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Studio album by John Paul Jones
Released September, 1999
Genre Progressive rock, heavy metal, instrumental rock
Length 47:42
Label Discipline Global Mobile
Producer John Paul Jones
John Paul Jones chronology
The Sporting Life
The Thunderthief
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars [2]

Zooma is the 1999 instrumental debut solo-album by former Led Zeppelin bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones.

Zooma contains one organ solo by Jones (on "Snake Eyes"), which also contains orchestra arrangement. He uses his triple-necked guitar often, and also plays a wide assortment of instruments (as well as bass guitar).

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written, composed and arranged by John Paul Jones.

No. Title Length
1. "Zooma"   5:52
2. "Grind"   5:20
3. "The Smile of Your Shadow"   5:50
4. "Goose"   4:58
5. "Bass 'N' Drums"   2:32
6. "B. Fingers"   5:26
7. "Snake Eyes"   7:32
8. "Nosumi Blues"   5:48
9. "Tidal"   4:20
10. "Fanfare for the Millennium" (bonus track for Japanese releases) 1:02


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