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Danger Bird - Neil Young With Crazy Horse* - Zuma (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Neil Young With Crazy Horse ‎– Zuma Label: Reprise Records ‎– Series: Neil Young Archives Official Release Series – NYA ORS 08 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered Country: US Released: Genre: Rock Style: Classic Rock Tracklist A1 Don't Cry No Tears A2 Danger Bird A3 Pardon My Heart Bas.
  2. Produced and Directed by the late LA Johnson, the Neil Young & Crazy Horse concert was filmed on November 11, at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, California. (See Sugar Mtn for more details). Consisting of 3 sets, plus encore, the video is titled WAY DOWN IN THE RUST BUCKET.
  3. Neil Young reunited again with Crazy Horse on this album and it revisits the hard rocking edge he had employed at intervals throughout the seventies. The music is played with a loose, buzzy guitar-driven energy by Crazy Horse (who didn't seem to be able to play in any other way, anyway) and is considered one of Young's best seventies rock /5().
  4. Album: Zuma Get the Sheet Music A live version of "Danger Bird" appears on Year Of The Horse, a live album made in conjunction with a Jim Jarmusch documentary of the same name. Rolling Stone ranked "Danger Bird" as the 24th best Neil Young song of all time, and the seventh best "deep cut.".
  5. "Danger Bird" is a song written by Neil Young. It was first released on his album with Crazy Horse Zuma. A live version was also released on the album Year of the Horse.
  6. Zuma Neil Young & Crazy Horse Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Don't Cry No Tears 2 Danger Bird 3 Pardon My Heart 4 Lookin' For a Love 5 Barstool Blues 6 Neil Young & Crazy Horse If I Could Only Remember My Name David Crosby Greatest Hits Crosby, Stills & Nash.
  7. Jun 23,  · Neil Young reunites with Crazy Horse and makes an album that you would expect if you heard their first release together: an album that is much more focused on the instrumentation than on the writing, but that doesn't mean Young doesn't give us anything worthwhile in the lyric department.

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