Patti Smith: Horses (LP)
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The debut album by Patti Smith, released in 1975, was a key factor and major influence on the New York punk rock scene. At the time she recorded Horses, Patti Smith and her band were favorites in the New York club scene along with Blondie and The Ramones. The former's influence can be best heard in the track "Gloria", a radical retake on the Van Morrison song. "Birdland", in particular, owed more to the jazz which Smith's mother enjoyed than to the influence of punk.
Source: Acoustic Sounds