Neil Young and Crazy Horse, 'Zuma'
If you wanna get technical, Neil Young has occasionally played new albums like Greendale and Prairie Wind straight through right around the time they came out. But he's never gone out and done an old one. It simply goes against his anti-nostalgia, "I'm-not-going-back-to-Woodstock" mindset. If he ever changes his mind, we'd love to hear 1976's Zuma. The same Crazy Horse lineup of Ralph Molina, Billy Talbot and Poncho Sampedro that cut the album with Young is alive and well today. A minor stroke took Talbot briefly out of commission in 2014, but Young claims he's back in fighting shape. Should Crazy Horse ever tour again, the fans would be thrilled to hear Zuma. It would involve the first live "Through My Sails" in history and a supremely rare "Pardon My Heart," but neither of those are major lifts. Don't hold your breath waiting for this one to happen though.