A Place to Call Home

A Place to Call Home est le premier album solo de Joey Tempest, le chanteur suédois du groupe de hard rock Europe. Il est sorti le 20 avril 1995 se distingue des productions d'Europe.

À son sujet, Tempest a déclaré « J'ai besoin de changer le son d'Europe » et « Je voulais prouver à moi-même en tant que chanteur / auteur bien sûr, mais pour moi il est plus d'un voyage pour en apprendre davantage sur la musique. Je suis allé voir beaucoup de nouveaux jeunes artistes, je me suis inspiré de Van Morrison et de Bob Dylan »[1].

John Norum, le guitariste d'Europe, fait une apparition dans la chanson Right to Respect.


  1. We Come Alive – 4:48 (Joey Tempest)
  2. Under the Influence – 4:41 (Joey Tempest)
  3. A Place to Call Home – 3:42 (Joey Tempest)
  4. Pleasure and Pain – 3:55 (Joey Tempest)
  5. Elsewhere – 3:56 (Joey Tempest)
  6. Lord of the Manor – 3:46 (Joey Tempest)
  7. Don't Go Changin' on Me – 3:26 (Joey Tempest)
  8. Harder to Leave a Friend Than a Lover – 3:49 (Joey Tempest)
  9. Right to Respect – 2:50 (Joey Tempest)
  10. Always a Friend of Mine – 4:01 (Joey Tempest)
  11. How Come You're Not Dead Yet – 4:29 (Joey Tempest)
  12. For My Country – 3:50 (Joey Tempest)

Notes et références

  1. Interview sur RATHOLE.com : Fireworks Magazine no 18

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