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|1. Don't Cry No Tears|
|2. Danger Bird|
|3. Pardon My Heart|
|4. Lookin' For A Love|
|5. Barstool Blues|
|6. Stupid Girl|
|7. Drive Back|
|8. Cortez The Killer|
|9. Through My Sails|
Seven of the nine songs on this album were recorded with a reunited Crazy Horse, and nearly all of them deal with the subject of romantic conflict and lost love: Don't Cry No Tears; Barstool Blues; Pardon My Heart; Lookin' for a Love; Through My Sails ; the seven-and-a-half minute epic Cortez the Killer , and more!
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. Recorded in 1975, Zuma exudes both a sense of focus and a tentative optimism, two qualities that were completely MIA from the bleak Time Fades Away/Tonight's the Night/On the Beach trilogy that preceded it. "Barstool Blues", "Don't Cry No Tears" and "Drive Back" are terse, punchy rockers, while "Danger Bird" and "Cortez the Killer" are extended guitar work-outs in the grand Crazy Horse tradition. And the two acoustic entries--"Pardon My Heart" and "Through My Sails" (the latter was recorded with Crosby, Stills & Nash)--are absolutely gorgeous. Ignore the terrible cover art, and treat yourself to one of Young's most underrated records. --Dan Epstein
How can you not love this album? It's Neil and Crazy Horse at their very best with the classic "Cortez the Killer" closing it off. You rock boys.Published 20 months ago by Rahkattack
From a hard core Neil Young fan this is one of my favorite Neil Young albums (along with Everybody Knows this is Nowhere). Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2004 by Kilgore
After all the years this album has been out the price alone ought to tell you this is no bargin basement work. They totally rip on this one. Classic Young!Published on Oct. 24 2003 by Sattamander
Danger Bird and Cortez the Killer are enough to own this album, Barstool and Don't cry are also great songs. Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2003 by Geoguitar
Zuma is definately a good album. I would give it three and half stars in all reality. Songs like Barstool and Don't Cry. . . are some of the best neil young you can get. Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2002
Admittedly, i'll love anything from Mr Young, but this is honestly a very fine album.
Mr Young has such a tallent for writting beautifully coherent albums. Read more
Zuma is the best Neil Young album ever. If you only buy one Neil Young album, buy this one. Listen particularly to Danger Bird, and Cortez the Killer. Turn it up real loud. Read morePublished on June 12 2002 by "dontrade"
I didn't even know this CD existed until I saw it on a few of those "Top 10 CDs from an artist" type things you see at this site. Every song is solid. Read morePublished on Feb. 14 2002 by Primitive Pete