Why doesn’t anyone sing about horses anymore? Seems like it was recurring motif that got phased out by songs about G6’s and shufflin’ (kids these days).
We here at TrackPackPA revere horse-tracks of ole. It's not that we’re horse-crazy, but we feel like they’re a powerful and beautiful subject matter. Plus they’re relatable. Who doesn’t wanna run free like a horse? (I should really start jogging more.) Anyway, here it is- 20 tracks of riding wild, and wild riding!
TrackPackPA Presents: Horse Tracks!
Music to Get Your Giddy Up
America - "A Horse With No Name"
The Beatles - "Dig a Pony"
Van Morrison - "Slim Slow Slider"
Rolling Stones - "Wild Horses"
Paul Simon - "One Trick Pony"
The Byrds - "Chestnut Mare"
Jethro Tull - "Heavy Horses"
Bruce Springsteen - "Ponyboy"
The Osmonds - "Crazy Horses"
Iggy Pop - "The Horse Song"
Johnny Cash - "Tennessee Stud"
Michael Martin Murphy - "Wildfire"
U2 - "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses"
Bob Dylan - "All the Tired Horses"
Johnny Cash - "My Old Kentucky Home"
The Cardigans - "A Good Horse"
Neil Young - "Cowgirl in the Sand"
Aerosmith - "Back in the Saddle Again"
Randy Newman - "Rider in the Rain"
KT Tunstall - "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" (Thanks Karen K!)
George Jones - "The Race is On" (Thanks TJ B!)