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Zuma


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  • Audio CD (April 4 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Reprise
  • ASIN: B000002KCI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #894 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By custard-pie@nme.com on Feb. 3 2001
Format: Audio CD
I hesitated getting this album for a long while and i am not totally sure why. Anyway, ignoring Zuma was one of my worst decisions regarding my Neil collection (now 25 albums). This album is one of Neils best. Every song on here is excellent and none of them are filler tracks. Don't Cry No Tears, Stupid Girl, Drive Back and Barstool Blues are short, punchy rock tracks and are amazing. Lookin' For A Love is a Lo-Fi affair like on Comes A Time only not quite ao quiet. Pardon My Heart and Through My Sails are gorgeous acoustic numbers with Pardon.. having the bonus of a hypnotic refrain. Then the two best numbers on the record, the sprawling, mesmeric and rocking beasts that are Cortez The Killer and Dangerbird. Enough has been said on these two tracks so all i will say is LISTEN!! And just get the album. Don't make the same mistake I did and get it as soon as possible!
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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.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rocco Dormarunno on March 9 2004
Format: Audio CD
I cannot think of one weak album by Neil Young AND CRAZY HORSE that came out during the 70s. Some of his albums with other musicians didn't quite cut it for me (e.g., Journey through the Past). ZUMA is a perfect example of Neil & Crazy Horse doing what they do best: flexing their rock and roll muscles.
Forget the crummy cover art. Ignore the throwaway "Through My Sails" which I think he did only to give the three other guys a little work doing their downturns. This album cooks with gas and nitro. "Drive Back" is a rocking blues tune, as is "Barstool Blues". We all know the moody boiler, "Cortez the Killer", is an overlooked classic. And "Stupid Girl" probably has one of the most outrageous lyrics in music history: "Your such a beautiful fish, flopping in the summer sand/Looking for the wave you missed, when another one is close at hand". That got me hook, line and sinker! Pick up this underrated album!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mark S. Silverman on Jan. 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
I truly loved Zuma back in 1974 when it was released, and I've continued to play it regularly since that time. For the true fan of Neil and the Horse it's an absolute classic, with the right mix of extended guitar jams like "Danger Bird" "Drive Back" and the classic "Cortez the Killer" showing how Neil and the Boys could rock with the best of them! The latter two are practically standards of any Neil Yougn & Crazy Horse concert I've seen. "Barstool Blues" is a truly inspired song,too. with a bluesy sound. As well, the more laid back songs like "Pardon My Heart" and "Don't Cry No Tears" have that essential Neil and Crazy Horse spark. Many of the songs reflect the personal pain of Neil's breaking up with his lover, Carrie Snodgress (the actress of "I fell in love with the actress" fame from Harvest's "A Man Needs a Maid"( This is especially true lyrically of "Pardon My Heart", "Danger Bird" and "Stupid Girl" and even the lovely personal "I know she's out there somewhere and she loves me to this day" ending of one of his all time great songs, "Cortez the Killer". It's true also of his "friend's" lost love in "Barstool Blues". The album also has it's light folky songs, the optimistic "Looking for a Love" (after Carrie) and the Crosby-Stills-Nash and Young out-take "Through my Sails". To sum up, one of the best Neil Young and Crazy Horse albums, which has stood the test of time for over a quarter of a century. A must buy for anyone who considers themselves a true "Rustie'!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eric J. Hradecky on July 7 2003
Format: Audio CD
After dealing with the loss of Danny Whitten and Bruce Berry, touring with the crazed "Tonight's the Night" tour, and a failed marriage Young regrouped (literally) with a reformed Crazy Horse and created "Zuma." This record contains some of Young's greatest rock and roll. "Stupid Girl," "Barstool Blues," "Cortez the Killer," "Don't Cry No Tears" and "Looking for a Lover" are classic Young. The whole record is!
In true Crazy Horse style Frank "Poncho" Sampedro could barely play his guitar, but Young was able to mold Sampedro, Molina and Talbet into its former greatness when Whitten was still alive and able to play.
The question is not "Should I own this cd?" The question is "How many should I own?" The answer is, 1)car, 2)house/apartment, 3)work, 4)girl/boyfriend's apartment and 5)a spare just to be safe. Five. Yes five should do.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. Dunlop on Sept. 25 2001
Format: Audio CD
How can anyone who knows likes Neil Young not think this is one of his best albums? Cortez the Killer is a classic. Stupid Girl a classic. Through My Sails a classic. Wait. Virtually every song here is a classic. Highly recommended!
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Format: Audio CD
From a hard core Neil Young fan this is one of my favorite Neil Young albums (along with Everybody Knows this is Nowhere). Zuma has great songs from start to finish, Neil with his runchy gut felt guitar licks and the feeling that each song was done in one take. The whole ablum has an energy in every note. If you are a Neil Young fan and don't have this you are missing out on a truly great ablum
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By Sattamander on Oct. 25 2003
Format: Audio CD
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!
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