19 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The five tracks added to America's Greatest Hits: History "complete" this great folk-rock trio's run on the charts through 2001. Hear them evolve from the acoustic bliss of 1971's "A Horse with No Name" and highway-gliding anthems like "Ventura Freeway" through more fulsome George Martin productions like "Sister Golden Hair." Following Dan Peek's departure, remaining members Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell eventually embraced drum machines and synths on tracks like "The Border."

EDITORS’ NOTES

The five tracks added to America's Greatest Hits: History "complete" this great folk-rock trio's run on the charts through 2001. Hear them evolve from the acoustic bliss of 1971's "A Horse with No Name" and highway-gliding anthems like "Ventura Freeway" through more fulsome George Martin productions like "Sister Golden Hair." Following Dan Peek's departure, remaining members Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell eventually embraced drum machines and synths on tracks like "The Border."

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