|1||–Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Don't Cry No Tears||2:34|
|2||–Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Danger Bird||6:54|
|3||–Neil Young||Pardon My Heart
Bass – Tim DrummondPerformer [Other Instruments] – Neil Young
|4||–Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Lookin' For A Love||3:17|
|5||–Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Barstool Blues||3:02|
|6||–Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Stupid Girl||3:13|
|7||–Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Drive Back||3:32|
|8||–Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Cortez The Killer||7:29|
|9||–Neil Young With Crosby, Stills, & Nash*||Through My Sails
Bass – Steve Stills*Congas – Russ KunkelGuitar – Neil Young
|MS 2242||Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Zuma (LP, Album, Ter)||Reprise Records||MS 2242||US||1975|
|REP 54 057||Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Zuma (LP, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||REP 54 057||Germany||Unknown|
|MS 2242||Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Zuma (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||MS 2242||Spain||1975|
|K 54 057||Neil Young With Crazy Horse*||Zuma (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||K 54 057||Europe||Unknown|
|none||Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Zuma (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)||Not On Label||none||UK||1975|
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Redirected from Danger Bird (Neil Young song)). Zuma is the seventh studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released on Reprise Records in 1975. Upon release, it peaked at on the Billboard 200. In 1997, the album received a RIAA gold certification.
Zuma Neil Young & Crazy Horse. Listen on Apple Music. Neil Young & Crazy Horse. If I Could Only Remember My Name. Crosby, Stills & Nash. Excitable Boy (Remastered). Neil Young Archives, Vol. 1 (1963-1972).
If Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere and Ragged Glory are the two finest studio albums Neil Young recorded with Crazy Horse, Zuma certainly qualifies as a close third. The subject shifts on this album depicting scenes from the endless human drama - man does his brothers and sisters wrong, gets intoxicated to forget about it, then stares in the mirror and swears not to do it again.
Neil Young boasted of steering his career into the ditch in the early 1970s, choosing to make sad, lonely, difficult records in the wake of Harvest’s wide success. The Ditch Trilogy (as Young enthusiasts dubbed it) of Time Fades Away, Tonight’s the Night , and On the Beach marks his creative peak-yet for decades, this era was neglected and incomplete. On the Beach only made it to CD in 2003, and Time Fades Away was never reissued digitally. In Waging Heavy Peace, Young’s 2012 memoir, the 1973 live album is mentioned exactly twice, which is approximately 1,000 times fewer than his electric Lincoln and his Pono music service. Even when major missing pieces of his ’70s catalog were patched in 2003, Time Fades Away was left to rot in the archives. Several theories have circulated to explain the conspicuous snub, most often returning to the cursed fog that hung over Young’s 1973 tour.
Listen free to Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Zuma. Having apparently exorcised his demons by releasing the cathartic Tonight's the Night, Neil Young returned to his commercial strengths with Zuma (named after Zuma Beach in Los Angeles, where he now owned a house).