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Warren Zevon - A Quiet Normal Life The Best of (1LP VINYL)

Warren Zevon - A Quiet Normal Life The Best of (1LP VINYL)
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Warren Zevon - A Quiet Normal Life The Best of (1LP VINYL)

140-gram vinyl reissue

Certified gold-selling release contains Zevon's biggest hits!

One of the most acute and savagely satiric songwriters of his era, Warren Zevon spent time working as the Everly Brothers' pianist and writing/working with/for artists Linda Ronstadt, the Turtles & Jackson Brown when not consumed by his own alcoholism.

Zevon was one of rock's great crazy men. When drinking-and in general pursuing oblivion the way Ahab did a certain white whale-Zevon was notorious for vomiting off interior balconies at staid record company meet-and-greets and much, much, worse, writes The Vinyl District.

Zevon was a bona fide lyrical and songwriting genius. His second and third LPs (1976's Warren Zevon and 1978's Excitable Boy) established him as the only lyricist of the era who could hold a candle to Randy Newman, and the sheer insanity of his songs — it's impossible to imagine anyone else writing about a walking headless mercenary seeking revenge on his killer, or a kid who builds a cage for himself from his girlfriend's bones — left the competition in the dust.


  1. Werewolves Of London
  2. Play It All Night Long
  3. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner
  4. The Envoy
  5. Mohammed's Radio
  6. Desperados Under The Eaves
  7. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
  8. Lawyers, Guns And Money
  9. Ain't That Pretty At All
  10. Poor Poor Pitiful Me
  11. Accidentally Like A Martyr
  12. Looking For The Next Best Thing

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