Horses is the debut studio album by American musician Patti Smith, released on November 10, 1975, on Arista Records. Smith, a fixture of the then-burgeoning New York punk rock music scene, began recording Horses with her band in 1975 after being signed to Arista Records, with John Cale being enlisted to produce the album.
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Canadian folk veterans the Be Good Tanyas dropped their debut album, Blue Horse, back in 2000 via Nettwerk Records. It will also include a 28-page songbook and a digital download card. Two of these - "Mule on the Mountain" and "Ain't No Change" - are outtakes from the original Blue Horse sessions and feature founding member turned solo artist Jolie Holland. The other one isn't actually a Be Good Tanyas track.
Horse (born Sheena Mary McDonald, 22 November 1958 in Newport on Tay, Fife, Scotland) is a Scottish female singer-songwriter. She has a wide following in the UK and worldwide and has toured with Tina Turner and secured several record chart hits in Europe. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of her debut album The Same Sky, Horse and her band played the entire album on a concert tour of the United Kingdom in October and November 2010. In 2011, Horse performed a duet with Heather Peace, on a song they wrote together: Beechwood avenue. Horse toured in March 2011, playing an unplugged acoustic set with the full band.
Horse - Celebrate lyrics lyrics: (McDonald, McAlinden) In an ordinary town, a chariot is pulling round. The local stud and beaut. Album: God's Home Movie. McDonald, McAlinden) In an ordinary town, a chariot is pulling round. The local stud and beauty queen - A small pond Venus and kingpin Charging down the quiet Sunday streets.
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