12 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Two of these three Air Force brats abroad were still teenagers when they recorded this 1971 folk-pop classic. Close vocal harmonies, intimate production, and inspired melodies characterize the cinematic "A Horse with No Name" and catchingly corny "I Need You." There's room for snazzy guitar soloing amid the existential questioning of "Here," while Dan Peek's "Donkey Jaw" foreshadows both his future Christian-rock career and America's more electric work to come.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Two of these three Air Force brats abroad were still teenagers when they recorded this 1971 folk-pop classic. Close vocal harmonies, intimate production, and inspired melodies characterize the cinematic "A Horse with No Name" and catchingly corny "I Need You." There's room for snazzy guitar soloing amid the existential questioning of "Here," while Dan Peek's "Donkey Jaw" foreshadows both his future Christian-rock career and America's more electric work to come.

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