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Horses is a fingerpicking instrumental by John Fahey from his 1973 album After The Ball. It is a great example of his ‘American Primitive’ style of guitar playing, using basic melodies and progressions to create compelling pieces. It is played in Open C Tuning (C-G-C-G-C-E) and uses one of his signature licks, the triplet roll.