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Horses is the debut album by Patti Smith released in November 1975, produced by John Cale. It was recorded and mixed by Bernie Kirsh. The innovative track, "Land", is a radical reworking of Chris Kenner's "Land of a Thousand Dances". "Gloria" is a similar reinterpretation of the old Van Morrison classic. "Birdland" is based upon "A Book of Dreams" (1973), a memoir of Wilhelm Reich by his son Peter.




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