11. "Slip Away"
Broken Arrow was the first Neil Young album after the death of his longtime producer David Briggs. (It's likely not a coincidence that Briggs' death marked a considerable decline in quality in Young's work.) Though it's not as strong as Ragged Glory and other Crazy Horse albums of the era, Broken Arrow does have some very fine moments. The highlight is "Slip Away," a fantastic, jammed-out tune that shows why Crazy Horse remain one of the greatest backing bands in rock history. The live rendition on Year of the Horse is even better.