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Warren Zevon

Few of rock & roll's great misanthropes were as talented, as charming, or as committed to their cynicism as Warren Zevon. A singer and songwriter whose music often dealt with outlaws, mercenaries, sociopaths, and villains of all stripes, Zevon's lyrics displayed a keen and ready wit despite their often uncomfortable narrative circumstances, and while he could write of love and gentler emotions, he did so with the firm conviction that such stories rarely end happily. Though he frequently worked with luminaries of the Los Angeles soft rock scene, Zevon was always the odd man out, someone who shared their exacting musical standards but not their smugly satisfied view of the world around them, and he remained a cheerful pessimist right up to the moment he met a fate that could have visited one of his own characters.

Warren William Zevon was born in Chicago, Illinois on January 24, 1947, and the facts of his early life read like a picaresque novel. Zevon's father, a Russian émigré, was a professional gambler who spent most of his time on the road, while his mother was a devout Mormon who looked after the family. When Zevon was young, his family moved to Fresno, California, and as he developed a precocious interest in music in his early teens and learned to play the piano and the guitar, young Warren became acquainted with the author and orchestra director Robert Craft. Craft in turn introduced the youngster to the noted composer Igor Stravinsky, who befriended Zevon and welcomed him into his home several times. While Zevon would remain fascinated with classical music, he also developed a passion for folk and rock & roll, and not long after his parents finally divorced, the 16-year-old Zevon quit high school, hopped in a car his father gave him, and headed for New York City, where he intended to become a pop star.

Zevon fared better than most starry-eyed would-be rock & roll sensations; he paired up with an old-school friend, Violet Santangelo, and formed a folk-rock duo called lyme & cybelle (they insisted the name be spelled in lower case), who scored a recording contract with White Whale Records and released a single, "Follow Me," which made it to 65 on the Billboard pop charts in 1966. However, after a second 45, Zevon quit the duo to move to Los Angeles, and over the next few years, he struggled to support himself as a contract songwriter (two of his compositions, "Outside Chance" and "Like the Seasons," were recorded by White Whale's best known act, the Turtles), composing commercial jingles, and as a session musician. In 1969, noted producer, talent scout, and eccentric Kim Fowley, impressed by Zevon's songwriting, offered to produce an album for him; as Zevon once told a reporter, "Fowley called me up one day and asked very simply, 'Are you prepared to wear black leather and chains, f--- a lot of teenage girls and get rich?' I said yes." For good or ill, the virtue of the young women in question remained unchanged, as did Zevon's bank account; the album, Wanted Dead or Alive, was a critical and commercial flop.

After the failure of his first album, Zevon joined the Everly Brothers' touring band as pianist, and following the duo's acrimonious split in 1973, he would work with both Don and Phil as solo artists. However, an attempt to complete a second album failed to get off the ground, and in frustration, Zevon left the United States for Spain, where he spent a summer playing in a small tavern and writing songs. By the fall of 1975, he had returned to Los Angeles, and after sharing a home for a while with a pair of struggling pop performers, Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, Zevon had already struck up a friendship with Jackson Browne, who was on the cusp of major stardom and one of the most well-respected songwriters on the West Coast. While Zevon and Browne's styles were very different, Browne greatly admired his new friend's talent, and not only helped Zevon land a deal with Asylum Records, but also produced his first album for the label. Simply titled Warren Zevon, the album (which featured Zevon's former roommates Buckingham and Nicks, who had since found stardom in Fleetwood Mac, as well as Bonnie Raitt and several members of the Eagles) didn't sell especially well but won rave reviews, and Linda Ronstadt would give Zevon her seal approval by covering three tunes from the album.

Browne took Zevon on tour to support the album, and in 1978, they returned to the studio to cut Zevon's second album. Excitable Boy became an unexpected success after the song "Werewolves of London" stormed the singles charts, and Zevon finally became a rock star. However, fame and wealth fueled his addiction to alcohol, and a stay in treatment preceded his third album for Asylum, 1980's Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School. Zevon was clean and sober for the tour that followed, and a live album during the final dates of the tour, 1981's Stand in the Fire, confirmed Zevon was a force to be reckoned with. Zevon explored his addictions in several songs on 1982's The Envoy, which proved unfortunately prescient; not long after its release, he fell back into drinking, and Asylum dropped him from their roster.

By 1984, Zevon was back on the wagon and eager to prove himself again. Looking to explore new musical territory, he reached out to Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Bill Berry of R.E.M., who were college radio heroes but a few years away from mainstream success. With three-quarters of R.E.M. as his rhythm section, the quartet cut a single under the name Hindu Love Gods, and a couple years later, they hit the studio to record Zevon's 1987 album Sentimental Hygiene. The album, which also featured guest spots from Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and George Clinton, earned Zevon a new deal with Virgin Records and won enthusiastic reviews from critics. (A set of covers Zevon recorded with Buck, Mills, and Berry would later be released under the title Hindu Love Gods.) Zevon's second effort for Virgin, 1989's Transverse City, was an ambitious concept album about a world in collapse, but despite the presence of several high-profile guests (including Jerry Garcia and David Gilmour), the album was a commercial failure, and Zevon was once again without a label.

He returned to duty in 1991 after striking a deal with Giant Records, but the three albums he cut for the label (Mr. Bad Example, Learning to Flinch, and Mutineer) received little notice from critics or fans, and his career seemed to be fading into the distance. However, Zevon enjoyed a resurgence through an unlikely source -- David Letterman. A fan of Zevon's music, Letterman made him a frequent guest on his talk show, and when bandleader Paul Shaffer was unable to appear on the broadcast, Zevon became his usual substitute. The television exposure reminded audiences of Zevon's dry wit and powerful musical gifts, and with his profile on the rise, Zevon signed a deal with the independent label Artemis Records, who issued his mordantly witty meditation of mortality, Life'll Kill Ya, in 2000. Zevon's next album, My Ride's Here, included a guest appearance by Letterman on the track "Hit Somebody! (The Hockey Song)," while Hunter S. Thompson, Carl Hiaasen, and Paul Muldoon all co-wrote songs with Zevon for the project.

In the fall of 2002, Zevon began experiencing dizziness and shortness of breath, and despite a lifelong distrust of doctors, he consulted a physician on the advice of his dentist. He was diagnosed with peritoneal mesothelioma, a virulent and inoperable form of lung cancer, and was told he was not likely to live more than a few months. After going public with his condition on September 12, 2002, he began marshalling his strength to complete a final album, with many friends and admirers stepping in to help, including Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Dwight Yoakam, Ry Cooder, and Don Henley. On October 30, Zevon appeared as the sole guest on David Letterman's show, playing his songs, discussing his life and his health, and advising viewers to "Enjoy every sandwich." Against the odds, Zevon lived long enough to see the release of his final album, The Wind, on August 26, 2003, as well as the birth of his twin grandsons. He died on September 7, 2003; five months later, The Wind earned him two posthumous Grammy awards, for best contemporary folk album and best rock duo performance (for "Disorder in the House" with Bruce Springsteen). ~ Mark Deming
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Preludes: Rare And Unreleased Recordings

Disc 1

1. Empty Hearted Town

2. Steady Rain

3. Join Me In L.A.

4. Hasten Down The Wind

5. Werewolves Of London

6. Tule's Blues

7. The French Inhaler

8. Going All The Way

9. Poor Poor Pitiful Me (Alternate Version)

10. Studebaker

11. Accidentally Like A Martyr

12. Carmelita

13. I Used To Ride So High

14. Stop Rainin' Lord

15. The Rosarita Beach Cafe

16. Desperados Under The Eaves

Disc 2

1. I Was In The House When The House Burned Down

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Track List: Reconsider Me: The Love Songs

1. Accidentally, Like A Martyr

2. Please Stay

3. Reconsider Me

4. Searching For A Heart

5. Hostage-O

6. She's Too Good For Me

7. Tenderness On The Block

8. For My Next Trick I'll Need A Volunteer

9. I'll Slow You Down

11. Keep Me In Your Heart

12. Back In The High Life Again

13. Don't Let Us Get Sick

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Track List: The Wind

1. Dirty Life And Times

2. Disorder In The House

3. Knockin' On Heaven's Door

4. Numb As A Statue

5. She's Too Good For Me

6. Prison Grove

7. El Amor De Mi Vida

8. The Rest Of The Night

9. Please Stay

10. Rub Me Raw

11. Keep Me In Your Heart

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Track List: Wanted Dead Or Alive

1. Wanted Dead Or Alive

2. Hitchhikin' Woman

3. She Quit Me

4. Calcutta

5. Iko-Iko

6. Traveling In The Lightning

7. Tule's Blues

8. A Bullet For Ramona

9. Gorilla

10. Fiery Emblems

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Track List: Genius: The Best Of Warren Zevon

1. Poor Poor Pitiful Me

2. The French Inhaler

3. Carmelita

4. Hasten Down The Wind

5. Werewolves Of London

6. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner

7. Excitable Boy

8. Lawyers, Guns And Money

10. A Certain Girl

11. Looking For The Next Best Thing

12. Detox Mansion

13. Reconsider Me

14. Boom Boom Mancini

15. Splendid Isolation

17. Searching For A Heart

18. Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead

19. Mr. Bad Example

20. Mutineer

21. I Was In The House When THe House Burned Down

22. Genius

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Track List: Life'll Kill Ya

1. I Was In The House When The House Burned Down

2. Life'll Kill Ya

3. Porcelain Monkey

4. For My Next Trick I'll Need A Volunteer

5. I'll Slow You Down

6. Hostage-O

7. Dirty Little Religion

8. Back In The High Life Again

9. My S**t's F**ked Up

10. Fistful Of Rain

11. Ourselves To Know

12. Don't Let Us Get Sick

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Track List: I'll Sleep When I'm Dead

Disc 1

1. Frank And Jesse James

2. Hasten Down The Wind

3. Poor Poor Pitiful Me

4. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead

5. Carmelita

6. Desperados Under The Eaves

7. Johnny Strikes Up The Band

8. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner

9. Excitable Boy

10. Werewolves Of London

11. Accidentally Like A Martyr

12. Lawyers, Guns And Money

13. Frozen Notes

14. Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School

15. Gorilla, You're A Desperado

16. Play It All Night Long

19. The Envoy

20. The Hula Hula Boys

21. Let Nothing Come Between You

22. Looking For The Next Best Thing

Disc 2

1. Sentimental Hygiene

2. Boom Boom Mancini

3. Detox Mansion

4. Bad Karma

6. Run Straight Down

7. The Long Arm Of The Law

8. Splendid Isolation

12. Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead

13. Searching For A Heart

14. Mr. Bad Example

20. Seminole Bingo

21. Monkey Wash Donkey Rinse

22. Mutineer

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Track List: Mutineer

1. Seminole Bingo

2. Something Bad Happened To A Clown

3. Similar To Rain

4. The Indifference Of Heaven

5. Jesus Was A Crossmaker

6. Poisonous Lookalike

7. Piano Fighter

8. Rottweiler Blues

9. Monkey Wash Donkey Rinse

10. Mutineer

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Track List: Learning To Flinch (Live)

1. Splendid Isolation (Live 1992)

2. Lawyers, Guns And Money (Live 1992)

3. Mr. Bad Example (Live 1992)

4. Excitable Boy (Live 1992)

5. Hasten Down The Wind (Live 1992)

6. The French Inhaler (Live 1992)

7. Worrier King (Live 1992)

8. Roland Chorale (Live 1992)

9. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner (Live 1992)

10. Searching For A Heart (Live 1992)

11. Boom Boom Mancini (Live 1992)

12. Jungle Work (Live 1992)

13. Piano Fighter (Live 1992)

14. Werewolves Of London (Live 1992)

15. The Indifference Of Heaven (Live 1992)

16. Poor Poor Pitiful Me (Live 1992)

17. Play It All Night Long (Live 1992)

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Track List: Transverse City

1. Transverse City

2. Run Straight Down

3. The Long Arm Of The Law

4. Turbulence

5. They Moved The Moon

6. Splendid Isolation

7. Networking

8. Gridlock

9. Down In The Mall

10. Nobody's In Love This Year

11. Networking (Acoustic Demo)

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Track List: The Best Of Warren Zevon

1. Werewolves Of London

2. Excitable Boy

3. Play It All Night Long

4. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner

5. The Envoy

6. Mohammed's Radio

7. Desperados Under The Eaves

8. Johnny Strikes Up The Band

9. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead

10. Lawyers, Guns And Money

11. Ain't That Pretty At All

12. Poor Poor Pitiful Me

13. Accidentally Like A Martyr

14. Looking For The Next Best Thing

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Track List: Envoy

1. The Envoy

2. The Overdraft

3. The Hula Hula Boys

4. Jesus Mentioned

5. Let Nothing Come Between You

6. Ain't That Pretty At All

7. Charlie's Medicine

8. Looking For The Next Best Thing

9. Never Too Late For Love

10. Word Of Mouth (Outtake)

11. Let Nothing Come Between You (Alternate)

12. The Risk (Outtake)

13. Wild Thing (Outtake)

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Track List: Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School

1. Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School

2. A Certain Girl

3. Jungle Work

4. Empty-Handed Heart

5. Interlude No. 1

6. Play It All Night Long

7. Jeannie Needs A Shooter

8. Interlude No. 2

9. Bill Lee

10. Gorilla, You're A Desperado

11. Bed Of Coals

12. Wild Age

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Track List: Excitable Boy

1. When Johnny Strikes Up The Band

2. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner

3. Excitable Boy

4. Werewolves Of London

5. Accidentally Like A Martyr

6. Nighttime In The Switching Yard

7. Veracruz

8. Tenderness On The Block

9. Lawyers, Guns And Money

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Track List: Warren Zevon

1. Frank And Jesse James

2. Mama Couldn't Be Persuaded

3. Backs Turned Looking Down The Path

4. Hasten Down The Wind

5. Poor Poor Pitiful Me

6. The French Inhaler

7. Mohammed's Radio

8. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead

9. Carmelita

10. Join Me In L.A.

11. Desperados Under The Eaves

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Track List: Mr. Bad Example

3. Model Citizen

5. Mr. Bad Example

9. Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead

10. Searching For A Heart

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Track List: Sentimental Hygiene

1. Sentimental Hygiene

2. Boom Boom Mancini

3. The Factory

4. Trouble Waiting To Happen

5. Reconsider Me

6. Detox Mansion

7. Bad Karma

8. Even A Dog Can Shake Hands

9. The Heartache

10. Leave My Monkey Alone

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Still freaking love it
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Love werewolfs but this song is slow as hell hell hell
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mauzy930
Great in mix, but hearing the same song twice in one day or every day is not worth paying for!! Jukebox or IPOD can replace without the repetitions! ! !
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Keep me in your heart.my favorite of all
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Tenderness on the Block is one of the most underrated of Warren Zevon's songs--it had me at she has a young man waiting--the anachronisti c language plays so well against the lies and the jive talk line. The song really plays against Zevonian (great adjective) stereotype-- a l w a y s wondered if he really thought she would 'find true love and tenderness on the block'--it seems so uncynical of him.
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Um, cdrach, are you so young, dumb or both, to not realize Kid Rock got permission from Warren, the writer of the music, to use it?
It's a song called Werewolves of London, check it out. Written about 25 years earlier

Next time, know what the hell you're talking about before you jizz at the mouth
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cdrach, can't sue the departed, RIP, Warren. He'd be among the great songwriters, who would truthfully state that Plagiarism is basic to all the arts kid rock, WHAT?!
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Great use of this song in "The Color of Money"
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Kid Rock should sue this guy for ripping off "All Summer Long"
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First song of Zevon's I used to jam out to was Roland the headless thompson gunnnnnerrrr r r . :)
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Ok ... just bought Transverse City yesterday. Can't take my headsets off ... just keeps me hummin along :)
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Really connected with Warren Zevon songs back in the 70's. All my vinyl wasted away. Now filling up my little Samsung MP3 player with Mr Zevon from Amazon. A small price to pay to listen to greatness :)
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www.meaningf u l l i f e . c o m
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What a gifted lyricist. Didn't really get into his music until recently - another great performer gone too young!!
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Keep me in your heart.....lo v e that song.
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Miss you
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THANKS WARREN , you and your words LIVE ON!!!!!!
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Ahh oooooooo yeah!!!!!!!! ! Get down ...I'll being howling around her back door tonite
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Nothing contrived, gut and heart wrenchingly real. At least we have his legacy of music. I pray his peace beyond! Thank you Warren ....
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Nobody like Warren for living his lyrics. Play it loud!
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Boom Boom Mancini is f**ked up good,
Sounds like 1975 Springsteen
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You know, it truly bums me out that I never realized how truly great he was, until he was gone
Sorry Warren, but at least I finally got wise at some point.
I think you'd be cool with that
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I love this number !!!!!!!! I'll be howling tonight doing the werewolves of London when she's sleeping. ......... cmon
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what will history say
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This man is very handsom
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staceymullin s
Go down then down again plz
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And his hair was perfect! Draw blood
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I have to admit I used this song to get real friendly with a hot little guadalajara girl back in the day
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The guy was simply brilliant. His wit, unceasing honesty as well as the ability to express human frailty on every level completely connects with me. One of the greatest songwriters of the modern age. A true rock n roll legend.
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@sternga5: exactly
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Keep Me in Your Heart is absolutely devastating, down on your knees, crying stuff
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Mr. Bad Example is Mark Twain good, f**king hilarious!
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Have to admire a man who could work brucellosis and William Quantrell (Frank and Jesse James) into song lyrics.
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Warren was never death, and yet his wit was alive and well, as he penned this gem of sarcasm: For my next trick, I'll need a volunteer.

Great tune , uniquely gifted artist..
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One of my all time favorites--b u t I have to say that I like the 'original' Accidentally Like a Murder much better than the 'updated version' with spunky piano and additional unneeded lyrics. Sometimes, even brilliant writers need to rethink what works and what doesn't.
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I for one am glad he never made it "big" as I saw him numerous times in bars that were the best shows I ever attended. He even signed the same on two different occasions.
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For some reason he stopped in Sioux City, Iowa and had a little concert down by the river - I got to shake his hand - it was incredible - one of those things you can't even imagine...st i l l don't believe it happened.
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Thank you Warren for this song!!!!!get s me all fired up . And this bottle of Merlot
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And his hair was perfect!
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Love it
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Rest in heaven, Warren Zevon.
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Warren,
bless your wry wit, your superb lyrics, and your amazing soul, we are all better simply for knowing your music
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get 'em all nicko, but Excitable boy is a must. I was quite fond of Sentimental Hygiene, not sure everyone's in that camp. Some of his best stuff is available in flacs of concerts. He was awesome live.
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still the artist I listen to the most
--brucellosi s
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I saw him in Austin early 80s at club foot no longer there. It was just him and his guitar,and it was great! Miss you Warren.
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My s**ts f**ked up too
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Excitable Boy was my first Warren Zevon album. Been hooked ever since. Send Lawyers Guns and Money. Warren was a great creative musician of his time. RIP Mr Zevon.
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Must have made spark plugs at Autolite
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May the sun BE in your face, seas steady and HEART FULL OF MEMORYS. OF LIFE FRIENDS AND BEING TRUE TO YOU! ARRR
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Warren's, Long Arm Of The Law is so appropriatel y prophetic these days.
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