Saturday, 6 November 2021

Iain Hornal: Expanded Fly Away Home

#1,630: An expanded special edition of Iain Hornal's excellent 2020 album "Fly Away Home" (co-produced by Jo Webb) is now available to buy via his official website. The Jeff Lynne's ELO & 10cc leading light has added two bonus trax to the original release in "Say The Word" (found on Iain's 2017 album "The Game Begins With The Lights Out") and "Drop Me Out, Wake Me Up" (a reworking of "Wake Me Up, Drop Me Out"). Iain will be touring the UK with Graham Gouldman and 10cc during March, April, September & October 2022.

Signed copies are available @ £15 from Iain via this link with unsigned copies priced @ £12 via the official 10cc store

Details of 10cc's 2022 UK tour dates/venues/tickets can be found here: ticketline.co.uk/10cc#bio

Related KJS/ELOBF articles
ELO Beatles Forever (ELOBF) recommends "Fly Away Home" by Iain Hornal to those enlightened folks who enjoy the music of Jeff Lynne's ELORoy WoodWizzardThe Move10ccThe Idle Race'Brum Beat'The Beatles and related artistes.

*** Until next "Time" in the ELOBF Universe ... KJS ... 06-Nov-2021 ***

3 comments:

  1. Iain has real talent, but I was really pissed off with the fact that during Jeff's "comeback gigs " he handed too much of the lead vocals over to Iain, and while Iain does have a good voice, he ain't no Jeff !!! I also feel and this is my OWN HONEST OPINION the album From Out of Nowhere was the laziest album he's ever made, he himself said Balance of Power was a rushed album to finish his contract, but comparing the two I prefer BOP it's far superior to FOON, the first time I listened to it in full, the track Time of our lives I physically cringed, the lyrics are what a child could have written, like I say just my opinion.

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    1. Stella ... In all honesty, looking back now in Yours Truly 2021, I do feel that BoP (especially the expanded issue) is superior to AITU & FOON. Maybe I need to give 'em another play or three but that's what I'm thinking today ... KJS@ELOBF

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  2. I actually know of Graham from his work on Animalympics. Someone I used to talk to on YT sent me a song from there (back when such a thing could be done). Interesting to see a connection to ELO (even if a very distant one).

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