On the adventure to ‘A Horse and not using a name’

In January 1972, the people-rock band the usa released "A Horse without a identify," a loping ballad that many individuals mistakenly attributed to Neil young.

The mellow introspective music, via lead singer and guitarist Dewey Bunnell, reached No. 1 on Billboard's pop chart, and sent the band's eponymous album to No. 1 as neatly—pushing Mr. young's "coronary heart of Gold" single and "Harvest" album out of the desirable spots.

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