Zevon, Warren

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

A Quiet Normal Life: Best Of Warren Zevon
New - LP - 60503-1
Sealed 1986 Original With Custom "Werewolves Of London" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
A Quiet Normal Life: The Best Of Warren Zevon
New Import - 081227944254
Sealed 2016 vinyl compilation reissue. "Warren Zevon's body of work is a good bit more diverse and intelligent than you might imagine if you only know his music from the radio; while his relative hits ("Werewolves of London," "Excitable Boy," "Lawyers, Guns and Money") play more like novelty songs than anything else, his best albums display a melodic sophistication that never gets in the way of his desire to rock out, and a lyrical perspective that's unusually literate, witty, and brutally cynical. As one might expect, A Quiet Normal Life: The Best of Warren Zevon focuses on the artist's best known stuff from his tenure at Asylum Records, and leans more towards "Crazy Warren" tunes (like the above-mentioned trio) over superior if more difficult material like "The French Inhaler" or "Frank and Jesse James," with no rare or unreleased material for completists. It doesn't even honor the hits as well as one might hope (the remastering is a bit on the flat side, and "Lawyers, Guns and Money" appears in a radio edit that deletes the final verse), and there isn't a single song from Stand in the Fire, Zevon's superb live album. But you do get the most famous songs, which are invariably worth hearing (his own hits and a couple tunes that were made famous by Linda Ronstadt, though "Hasten Down the Wind" is curiously absent), along with a few pleasant surprises, including the incendiary "Play It All Night Long" and one of Zevon's finest meditations on life in L.A., "Desperados Under the Eaves." A Quiet Normal Life: The Best of Warren Zevon will satisfy those with a casual interest in the artist, but for a better one-stop introduction to this songwriter's body of work, try I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (An Anthology)." AMG - Mark Deming. more
Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School
New - LP - 5E 509
Sealed 1980 Original. Small Saw Cut. more
Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School
New - LP - 5E-509
Sealed 1980 Original. Small Cut Out Hole. more
Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School
New - LP - 5E 509
Sealed 1980 Original. more
Best Of
Used - LP -
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Envoy
New - LP - 60159
Sealed 1982 Original, Clean COH. more
Envoy
Used - LP - 60159
1982 Original. Small Edge Bump And Tiny Corner Bump. "While Moderation Was Never Warren Zevon's Strong Suit, His Efforts To Clean Himself Up In The Early '80s Resulted In Two Of His Finest Albums, 1980's Literate But Corrosive Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School And The Following Year's Explosive Live Set Stand In The Fire. It Seemed As If The Wired Chaos Of Zevon's Personal Life Had Been Channeled Into His Art On Those Lps, But After Another Bout With The Bottle And Another Attempt At Sobriety, Zevon Tried Another Approach At Merging His Music And His Life On 1982's The Envoy. On The Envoy's Best Songs, Zevon Tackles His Dangerous Appetites Head On; "Charlie's Medicine" Is A Chilling Requiem For A Drug Dealer Who Used To Sell Him Dope, "Jesus Mentioned" Is A Spare But Curiously Moving Meditation On The Death Of Elvis Presley, Who "Went Walking On The Water With His Pills," And The Ragged But Right "Ain't That Pretty At All" Is An Unlikely But Powerful Recovery Anthem In Which He Howls "I'd Rather Feel Bad Than Not Feel Anything At All."' Mark Deming, All Music Guide more
Excitable Boy
New - LP - 6E 118
Sealed 1978 Original, Clean COH. Rubbing On Both Spine Corners Due To Pulling Shrink. more
Excitable Boy
New - LP - FRM 9006
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 180gm HQ Half-Speed Mastered (From The Original Asylum Master Tapes). Features Jennifer Warnes, Jackson Browne And Others. more
Excitable Boy
Used - LP - 6E 118
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Silver Foil Bullet Sticker Hyping The "Werewolves Of London" Song On The Shrink Wrap. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve With Complete Lyrics. more
Excitable Boy
Used - LP - 6E 118
1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And COH. WOBC. Side One Label Has A Manufacture's Tear, But Is Well Pasted And Does Not Affect Play. Cover Has Some Rubbing. All These Issues Accounted For In Price. more
Excitable Boy
Used - LP - 6E 118
1978 Original. Includes Original Custom Inner Sleeve. Features Jennifer Warnes, Jackson Browne And Others. more
Excitable Boy
Used - LP - 6E 118
Rare 1978 White Label Promo With Yellow Promo Sticker On Front Cover. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Features Jennifer Warnes, Jackson Browne And Others. Appears Unplayed. more
Excitable Boy
New - LP - 6E 118
Sealed 1978 Original. Pristine Copy. Features Jennifer Warnes, Jackson Browne And Others. more
Excitable Boy
New - LP - 6.00E-118
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom "Werewolves Of London" Bullet-Shaped Hype Sticker. Excepting A Tiny, Thin Saw-Cut, Jacket Is Fantastic. more
Excitable Boy
Audiophile - LP - P-10470Y
1978 Japan Original. The 3rd Record Was A Charm For Warren. Commercial Hits With "Werewolf's Of London" And "Send Lawyers, Guns And Money" Carried Warren From An Emerging Talent To A Major Singer/Song Writer. Features Jennifer Warnes, Jackson Browne And Others. more
Excitable Boy
New Import - RCV1 118
Sealed 2020 Glow-In-The-Dark Vinyl. Including The Big Hits "Werewolves Of London", "Excitable Boy" & "Lawyers, Guns & Money". Features Jennifer Warnes, Jackson Browne, Waddy Wachtel, Danny Kortchmar, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood And Others. more
Excitable Boy
Used - LP - 6E 118
1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Includes "Werewolves Of London." Saw Cut. more
Excitable Boy
Colored Vinyl - New - 0603497848867
Sealed 2020 Reissue, Pressed On Glow-In-The-Dark Vinyl. "Warren Zevon's Self-titled 1976 Album Announced He Was One Of The Most Striking Talents To Emerge From The Los Angeles Soft Rock Singer/Songwriter Community, And Linda Ronstadt (A Shrewd Judge Of Talent If A Sometimes Questionable Interpreter) Recorded Three Of Its Songs On Two Of Her Biggest-Selling Albums, Which Doubtlessly Earned Zevon Bigger Royalty Checks Than The Album Itself Ever Did. But If Warren Zevon Was An Impressive Calling Card, The Follow-up, Excitable Boy, Was An Actual Hit, Scoring One Major Hit Single, "Werewolves Of London," And A Trio Of Turntable Hits ("Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner," "Lawyers, Guns And Money," And The Title Track). But While Excitable Boy Won Zevon The Larger Audience His Music Certainly Deserved, The Truth Is It Was A Markedly Inferior Album; While It Had All The Bile Of Warren Zevon, And Significantly Raised Zevon's Dark-humor Factor, It Was Often Obvious Where His Previous Album Had Been Subtle, And While All 11 Tracks On Warren Zevon Were Strong And Compelling, Two Of The Nine Tunes On Excitable Boy -- "Johnny Strike Up The Band" And "Nighttime In The Switching Yard" -- Sound Like They're Just Taking Up Space. Musically, Most Of Excitable Boy Is Stuck In A Polished But Unexceptional Fm Pop Groove, And Only "Veracruz" Hints At The Artful Intelligence Of Warren Zevon's Finest Moments. It's Hard To Say If Zevon Was Feeling Uninspired Or Just Dumbing Himself Down When He Made Excitable Boy, But While It Made Him Famous, It Lacks The Smarts And Substance Of His Best Work." AMG - Mark Deming. more
Excitable Boy
Audiophile - New - MFSL 2-513
Sealed 2023 Limited Edition, Numbered Half-Speed Remastered Reissue From Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab. "Warren Zevon's Self-titled 1976 Album Announced He Was One Of The Most Striking Talents To Emerge From The Los Angeles Soft Rock Singer/Songwriter Community, And Linda Ronstadt (A Shrewd Judge Of Talent If A Sometimes Questionable Interpreter) Recorded Three Of Its Songs On Two Of Her Biggest-Selling Albums, Which Doubtlessly Earned Zevon Bigger Royalty Checks Than The Album Itself Ever Did. But If Warren Zevon Was An Impressive Calling Card, The Follow-up, Excitable Boy, Was An Actual Hit, Scoring One Major Hit Single, "Werewolves Of London," And A Trio Of Turntable Hits ("Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner," "Lawyers, Guns And Money," And The Title Track). But While Excitable Boy Won Zevon The Larger Audience His Music Certainly Deserved, The Truth Is It Was A Markedly Inferior Album; While It Had All The Bile Of Warren Zevon, And Significantly Raised Zevon's Dark-humor Factor, It Was Often Obvious Where His Previous Album Had Been Subtle, And While All 11 Tracks On Warren Zevon Were Strong And Compelling, Two Of The Nine Tunes On Excitable Boy -- "Johnny Strike Up The Band" And "Nighttime In The Switching Yard" -- Sound Like They're Just Taking Up Space. Musically, Most Of Excitable Boy Is Stuck In A Polished But Unexceptional Fm Pop Groove, And Only "Veracruz" Hints At The Artful Intelligence Of Warren Zevon's Finest Moments. It's Hard To Say If Zevon Was Feeling Uninspired Or Just Dumbing Himself Down When He Made Excitable Boy, But While It Made Him Famous, It Lacks The Smarts And Substance Of His Best Work." AMG - Mark Deming. more
Excitable Boy
Audiophile - New - MOVLP1378
Sealed, Latest run of the 2015 180gm audiophile remastered reissue from Music On Vinyl. "Warren Zevon's Self-titled 1976 Album Announced He Was One Of The Most Striking Talents To Emerge From The Los Angeles Soft Rock Singer/Songwriter Community, And Linda Ronstadt (A Shrewd Judge Of Talent If A Sometimes Questionable Interpreter) Recorded Three Of Its Songs On Two Of Her Biggest-Selling Albums, Which Doubtlessly Earned Zevon Bigger Royalty Checks Than The Album Itself Ever Did. But If Warren Zevon Was An Impressive Calling Card, The Follow-up, Excitable Boy, Was An Actual Hit, Scoring One Major Hit Single, "Werewolves Of London," And A Trio Of Turntable Hits ("Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner," "Lawyers, Guns And Money," And The Title Track). But While Excitable Boy Won Zevon The Larger Audience His Music Certainly Deserved, The Truth Is It Was A Markedly Inferior Album; While It Had All The Bile Of Warren Zevon, And Significantly Raised Zevon's Dark-humor Factor, It Was Often Obvious Where His Previous Album Had Been Subtle, And While All 11 Tracks On Warren Zevon Were Strong And Compelling, Two Of The Nine Tunes On Excitable Boy -- "Johnny Strike Up The Band" And "Nighttime In The Switching Yard" -- Sound Like They're Just Taking Up Space. Musically, Most Of Excitable Boy Is Stuck In A Polished But Unexceptional Fm Pop Groove, And Only "Veracruz" Hints At The Artful Intelligence Of Warren Zevon's Finest Moments. It's Hard To Say If Zevon Was Feeling Uninspired Or Just Dumbing Himself Down When He Made Excitable Boy, But While It Made Him Famous, It Lacks The Smarts And Substance Of His Best Work." AMG - Mark Deming. more
Leave My Monkey Alone
New - 12 - 96762
Sealed 1987 45rpm 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. 3 Remixes. Rare. more
My Ride's Here
Used - LP - STS-034
Rare 2018 Vinyl Press In Shrink. A Self Produced 10 Song Adventure In Gonzo Story Telling. Small Cut On Bottom Spine & Light Creasing To The Top.z more
Reconsider Me
New - 12 - PR 2216
Sealed 1987 Promo Only 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Saw Cut. Features Don Henley, Waddy Wachtel And Others. more
Sentimental Hygiene
Used - LP - 7 90603-1
1987 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Features Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Jennifer Warnes, Don Henley, David Lindley, Bill Berry And Others-Wow! 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. LP Appears Glossy. more
Sentimental Hygiene
Used - LP - 7 90603-1
1987 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Features Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Jennifer Warnes, Don Henley, David Lindley, Bill Berry And Others-Wow! 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. LP Appears Glossy. more
Sentimental Hygiene
New - LP - 90603
Sealed 1987 Original With Custom Song Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Features Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Jennifer Warnes, Don Henley, David Lindley, Bill Berry And Others-Wow! 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. more
Sentimental Hygiene
New - LP - 90603-1
Sealed 1987 Original With Custom Song Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Clean Cut Out Hole. Features Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Jennifer Warnes, Don Henley, David Lindley, Bill Berry And Others-Wow! 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. more
Sentimental Hygiene
Used - LP - 7 90603-1
1987 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Features Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Jennifer Warnes, Don Henley, David Lindley, Bill Berry And Others-Wow! 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. LP Appears Glossy. more
Stand In The Fire
Used - LP - 5E 519
1980 White Label Promo With Custom Inner Sleeve. Recorded Live At The Roxy. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Stand In The Fire
New - LP - 5E 519
Sealed 1980 Original, Small Saw Cut. Recorded Live At The Roxy. more
Stand In The Fire
Audiophile - New - 5E-519
Sealed 2019 All Analogue Remastered Reissue From Speakers Corner. Pressed At Pallas In Germany. "After The Release Of Warren Zevon's Fourth Album, Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School, He Was Clean And Sober For The First Time In Years, And On-stage He Was Determined To Make The Most Of His Newfound Strength And Self-control. While His Songs Long Had A Dark And Frantic Undercurrent, Zevon Was Now Capable Of Playing A No-holds-barred Rock Show Where He Could Bring The Sharper Edges Of His Music To The Forefront. Anyone Who Saw Zevon On What He Called "The Dog Ate The Part We Didn't Like Tour" Can Attest To The Fact He Was In Superb Form, Playing Music That Rocked Hard While Displaying Intelligence, Passion, And A Sharply Corrosive Wit, And Stand In The Fire, Recorded During A Five-night Stand At L.a.'s Roxy Near The End Of The Tour, Captures Zevon And His Band At Their Peak. The Musicians (Anchored By Flashy Lead Guitarist David Landau) Pour Out These Tunes With Plenty Of Fire, And The Songs Rock A Lot Harder Than Anything Zevon Had Summoned In The Studio At That Point. And The Artist Proved He Was A Superb Rock & Roll Frontman On This Tour, Singing With Mean-spirited Glee (For A Change, "Werewolves Of London" And "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" Sound Just As Menacing As They Were Meant To Be) And Spewing Hilarious Bile At Every Turn (His Ad-libbed "The Ayatollah Has His Problems, Too" On "Mohammed's Radio" Alone Is Worth The Price Of Admission). The Set List Is Dominated By Zevon's Better-known Tunes Of The Period, Though There Are Two Otherwise Unrecorded Originals (The Ok Title Cut And The Blazing "The Sin"), And A Rave-up Encore On "Bo Diddley's A Gunslinger" That Revels In The Joyous Surrealism Of The Lyrics, And If One Might Have Hoped For A More Imaginative Selection Of Material, These Guys Nail Everything On Deck. No One Argues That Warren Zevon Is A Gifted Singer And Songwriter, But Stand In The Fire Proves That, When He Wants To, He Can Also Rock With The Best Of 'Em." AMG Review By Mark Deming. more
The Wind
New - LP - 51156
Factory Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm HQ Audiophile Quality Pressing. A Genius Right Up To The End. That Was Warren Zevon, And The Wind Is The Lasting Proof. Knowing That He Was Dying - In Fact, He Had Already Outlived His Doctor’s Prognosis - Zevon Left This, His Final Mark. Too Sick To Make It To An Outside Recording Studio, Zevon Finished This Record At His Home. The Songs Are As Personal, Introspective And Touching As Any Record Ever Made. And Despite His Illness, The Music Never Suffers. Alongside Zevon For His Farewell Are Friends And Accompanying Musicians Ry Cooder, Don Henley, Billy Bob Thornton, Dwight Yoakam, Bruce Springsteen, Jim Keltner, Jackson Browne, Tom Petty, Emmylou Harris And Joe Walsh. more
The Wind
Used - LP - EOM-LP-46017
2018 180gm 15th Anniversary Reissue With Download. A Genius Right Up To The End. That Was Warren Zevon, And The Wind Is The Lasting Proof. Knowing That He Was Dying - In Fact, He Had Already Outlived His Doctor’s Prognosis - Zevon Left This, His Final Mark. Too Sick To Make It To An Outside Recording Studio, Zevon Finished This Record At His Home. The Songs Are As Personal, Introspective And Touching As Any Record Ever Made. And Despite His Illness, The Music Never Suffers. Alongside Zevon For His Farewell Are Friends And Accompanying Musicians Ry Cooder, Don Henley, Billy Bob Thornton, Dwight Yoakam, Bruce Springsteen, Jim Keltner, Jackson Browne, Tom Petty, Emmylou Harris And Joe Walsh. more
Transverse City
New - LP - 91068
Sealed, Hard To Find 1989 Vinyl. Two Custom Stickers Over Shrink Wrap. more
Wanted Dead Of Alive
Used - LP - SPC 3715
1979 2nd Issue Of His Rare 1st Album. more
Wanted Dead Or Alive
Used - LP - LP 12456
Only The Second Copy Of This 1969 Debut Album Rarity We Have Seen In 5 Years. Both Record And Jacket Are Very Good Condition. more
Wanted Dead Or Alive
Used - LP - SPC 3715
Beautiful 2nd Issue Of His Rare Debut LP. more
Warren Zevon
New - LP - 7E 1060
Sealed 1976 Original Featuring Jackson Browne, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, David Lindley, Bonnie Raitt, Glenn Frey And Others. Clean COH. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Three Years. Small, Clean COH. more
Warren Zevon
Audiophile - LP - 1060
Sealed 2008 180gm HQ Test Pressing Housed In A Plain White Jacket. “Warren Zevon Was A Ten-Year Music Industry Veteran Who Had Written Songs For The Turtles, Backed Up Phil Everly, Done Years Of Session Work, And Been Befriended By Jackson Browne By The Time He Cut His Self-Titled Album In 1976. Even Though Warren Zevon Was On Good Terms With L.A.'S Mellow Mafia, He Sure Didn't Think (Or Write) Like Any Of His Pals In The Eagles Or Fleetwood Mac; Zevon's Music Was Full Of Blood, Bile, And Mean-Spirited Irony, And The Glossy Surfaces Of Jackson Browne's Production Failed To Disguise The Bitter Heart Of The Songs On Warren Zevon. The Album Opened With A Jaunty Celebration Of A Pair Of Old West Thieves And Gunfighters ("Frank And Jesse James"), And Went On To Tell Remarkable, Slightly Unnerving Tales Of Ambitious Pimps ("The French Inhaler"), Lonesome Junkies ("Carmelita"), Wired, Hard-Living Lunatics ("I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"), And Truly Dastardly Womanizers ("Poor Poor Pitiful Me"), And Even Zevon's Celebrations Of Life In Los Angeles, Long A Staple Of The Soft Rock Genre, Had Both A Menace And An Epic Sweep His Contemporaries Could Never Match ("Join Me In L.A." And "Desperados Under The Eaves"). But For All Their Darkness, Zevon's Songs Also Possessed A Steely Intelligence, A Winning Wit, And An Unusually Sophisticated Melodic Sense, And He Certainly Made The Most Of The High-Priced Help Who Backed Him On The Album. Warren Zevon May Not Have Been The Songwriter's Debut, But It Was The Album That Confirmed He Was A Major Talent, And It Remains A Black-Hearted Pop Delight.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Warren Zevon
New - LP - 7E 1060
Sealed 1976 Original, Cut Corner (Not Shown), Featuring Jackson Browne, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, David Lindley, Bonnie Raitt, Glenn Frey And Others. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Three Years. more
Warren Zevon
Used - LP - R1 1060
2009 180gm HQ Reissue With Glossy Insert. LP Appears Glossy. “Warren Zevon Was A Ten-Year Music Industry Veteran Who Had Written Songs For The Turtles, Backed Up Phil Everly, Done Years Of Session Work, And Been Befriended By Jackson Browne By The Time He Cut His Self-Titled Album In 1976 (Which Wasn't His Debut, Though The Less Said About 1969's Misbegotten Wanted Dead Or Alive The Better). Even Though Warren Zevon Was On Good Terms With L.A.'S Mellow Mafia, He Sure Didn't Think (Or Write) Like Any Of His Pals In The Eagles Or Fleetwood Mac; Zevon's Music Was Full Of Blood, Bile, And Mean-Spirited Irony, And The Glossy Surfaces Of Jackson Browne's Production Failed To Disguise The Bitter Heart Of The Songs On Warren Zevon. The Album Opened With A Jaunty Celebration Of A Pair Of Old West Thieves And Gunfighters ("Frank And Jesse James"), And Went On To Tell Remarkable, Slightly Unnerving Tales Of Ambitious Pimps ("The French Inhaler"), Lonesome Junkies ("Carmelita"), Wired, Hard-Living Lunatics ("I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"), And Truly Dastardly Womanizers ("Poor Poor Pitiful Me"), And Even Zevon's Celebrations Of Life In Los Angeles, Long A Staple Of The Soft Rock Genre, Had Both A Menace And An Epic Sweep His Contemporaries Could Never Match ("Join Me In L.A." And "Desperados Under The Eaves"). But For All Their Darkness, Zevon's Songs Also Possessed A Steely Intelligence, A Winning Wit, And An Unusually Sophisticated Melodic Sense, And He Certainly Made The Most Of The High-Priced Help Who Backed Him On The Album. Warren Zevon May Not Have Been The Songwriter's Debut, But It Was The Album That Confirmed He Was A Major Talent, And It Remains A Black-Hearted Pop Delight.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Warren Zevon
Used - LP - 7E 1060
1976 Original With Lyric Insert Featuring Jackson Browne, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, David Lindley, Bonnie Raitt, Glenn Frey And Others. Appears Unplayed. more
Warren Zevon
New - LP - R1 1060
Sealed 2019 180gm Reissue With Glossy Insert. “Warren Zevon Was A Ten-Year Music Industry Veteran Who Had Written Songs For The Turtles, Backed Up Phil Everly, Done Years Of Session Work, And Been Befriended By Jackson Browne By The Time He Cut His Self-Titled Album In 1976 (Which Wasn't His Debut, Though The Less Said About 1969's Misbegotten Wanted Dead Or Alive The Better). Even Though Warren Zevon Was On Good Terms With L.A.'S Mellow Mafia, He Sure Didn't Think (Or Write) Like Any Of His Pals In The Eagles Or Fleetwood Mac; Zevon's Music Was Full Of Blood, Bile, And Mean-Spirited Irony, And The Glossy Surfaces Of Jackson Browne's Production Failed To Disguise The Bitter Heart Of The Songs On Warren Zevon. The Album Opened With A Jaunty Celebration Of A Pair Of Old West Thieves And Gunfighters ("Frank And Jesse James"), And Went On To Tell Remarkable, Slightly Unnerving Tales Of Ambitious Pimps ("The French Inhaler"), Lonesome Junkies ("Carmelita"), Wired, Hard-Living Lunatics ("I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"), And Truly Dastardly Womanizers ("Poor Poor Pitiful Me"), And Even Zevon's Celebrations Of Life In Los Angeles, Long A Staple Of The Soft Rock Genre, Had Both A Menace And An Epic Sweep His Contemporaries Could Never Match ("Join Me In L.A." And "Desperados Under The Eaves"). But For All Their Darkness, Zevon's Songs Also Possessed A Steely Intelligence, A Winning Wit, And An Unusually Sophisticated Melodic Sense, And He Certainly Made The Most Of The High-Priced Help Who Backed Him On The Album. Warren Zevon May Not Have Been The Songwriter's Debut, But It Was The Album That Confirmed He Was A Major Talent, And It Remains A Black-Hearted Pop Delight.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Warren Zevon
New - LP - R1 1060
Sealed 2009 180gm HQ Reissue With Glossy Insert. “Warren Zevon Was A Ten-Year Music Industry Veteran Who Had Written Songs For The Turtles, Backed Up Phil Everly, Done Years Of Session Work, And Been Befriended By Jackson Browne By The Time He Cut His Self-Titled Album In 1976 (Which Wasn't His Debut, Though The Less Said About 1969's Misbegotten Wanted Dead Or Alive The Better). Even Though Warren Zevon Was On Good Terms With L.A.'S Mellow Mafia, He Sure Didn't Think (Or Write) Like Any Of His Pals In The Eagles Or Fleetwood Mac; Zevon's Music Was Full Of Blood, Bile, And Mean-Spirited Irony, And The Glossy Surfaces Of Jackson Browne's Production Failed To Disguise The Bitter Heart Of The Songs On Warren Zevon. The Album Opened With A Jaunty Celebration Of A Pair Of Old West Thieves And Gunfighters ("Frank And Jesse James"), And Went On To Tell Remarkable, Slightly Unnerving Tales Of Ambitious Pimps ("The French Inhaler"), Lonesome Junkies ("Carmelita"), Wired, Hard-Living Lunatics ("I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"), And Truly Dastardly Womanizers ("Poor Poor Pitiful Me"), And Even Zevon's Celebrations Of Life In Los Angeles, Long A Staple Of The Soft Rock Genre, Had Both A Menace And An Epic Sweep His Contemporaries Could Never Match ("Join Me In L.A." And "Desperados Under The Eaves"). But For All Their Darkness, Zevon's Songs Also Possessed A Steely Intelligence, A Winning Wit, And An Unusually Sophisticated Melodic Sense, And He Certainly Made The Most Of The High-Priced Help Who Backed Him On The Album. Warren Zevon May Not Have Been The Songwriter's Debut, But It Was The Album That Confirmed He Was A Major Talent, And It Remains A Black-Hearted Pop Delight.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Warren Zevon
New Import - MOVLP1321
Sealed 2015 180gm Audiophile Reissue From Music On Vinyl. "Warren Zevon Was A Ten-year Music Industry Veteran Who Had Written Songs For The Turtles, Backed Up Phil Everly, Done Years Of Session Work, And Been Befriended By Jackson Browne By The Time He Cut His Self-Titled Album In 1976 (Which Wasn't His Debut, Though The Less Said About 1969's Misbegotten Wanted Dead Or Alive The Better). Even Though Warren Zevon Was On Good Terms With L.A.'s Mellow Mafia, He Sure Didn't Think (Or Write) Like Any Of His Pals In The Eagles Or Fleetwood Mac; Zevon's Music Was Full Of Blood, Bile, And Mean-spirited Irony, And The Glossy Surfaces Of Jackson Browne's Production Failed To Disguise The Bitter Heart Of The Songs On Warren Zevon. The Album Opened With A Jaunty Celebration Of A Pair Of Old West Thieves And Gunfighters ("Frank And Jesse James"), And Went On To Tell Remarkable, Slightly Unnerving Tales Of Ambitious Pimps ("The French Inhaler"), Lonesome Junkies ("Carmelita"), Wired, Hard-Living Lunatics ("I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"), And Truly Dastardly Womanizers ("Poor Poor Pitiful Me"), And Even Zevon's Celebrations Of Life In Los Angeles, Long A Staple Of The Soft Rock Genre, Had Both A Menace And An Epic Sweep His Contemporaries Could Never Match ("Join Me In L.a." And "Desperados Under The Eaves"). But For All Their Darkness, Zevon's Songs Also Possessed A Steely Intelligence, A Winning Wit, And An Unusually Sophisticated Melodic Sense, And He Certainly Made The Most Of The High-Priced Help Who Backed Him On The Album. Warren Zevon May Not Have Been The Songwriter's Debut, But It Was The Album That Confirmed He Was A Major Talent, And It Remains A Black-Hearted Pop Delight." AMG - Mark Deming. more
Warren Zevon
New - LP - 7E-1060
Sealed 1976 US Original. Jack Close To NM, Light Lower Right Corner Crease. Not Able To Confirm Exact Label/Pressing Info. "Warren Zevon Was A Ten-year Music Industry Veteran Who Had Written Songs For The Turtles, Backed Up Phil Everly, Done Years Of Session Work, And Been Befriended By Jackson Browne By The Time He Cut His Self-Titled Album In 1976 (Which Wasn't His Debut, Though The Less Said About 1969's Misbegotten Wanted Dead Or Alive The Better). Even Though Warren Zevon Was On Good Terms With L.A.'s Mellow Mafia, He Sure Didn't Think (Or Write) Like Any Of His Pals In The Eagles Or Fleetwood Mac; Zevon's Music Was Full Of Blood, Bile, And Mean-spirited Irony, And The Glossy Surfaces Of Jackson Browne's Production Failed To Disguise The Bitter Heart Of The Songs On Warren Zevon. The Album Opened With A Jaunty Celebration Of A Pair Of Old West Thieves And Gunfighters ("Frank And Jesse James"), And Went On To Tell Remarkable, Slightly Unnerving Tales Of Ambitious Pimps ("The French Inhaler"), Lonesome Junkies ("Carmelita"), Wired, Hard-Living Lunatics ("I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"), And Truly Dastardly Womanizers ("Poor Poor Pitiful Me"), And Even Zevon's Celebrations Of Life In Los Angeles, Long A Staple Of The Soft Rock Genre, Had Both A Menace And An Epic Sweep His Contemporaries Could Never Match ("Join Me In L.a." And "Desperados Under The Eaves"). But For All Their Darkness, Zevon's Songs Also Possessed A Steely Intelligence, A Winning Wit, And An Unusually Sophisticated Melodic Sense, And He Certainly Made The Most Of The High-Priced Help Who Backed Him On The Album. Warren Zevon May Not Have Been The Songwriter's Debut, But It Was The Album That Confirmed He Was A Major Talent, And It Remains A Black-Hearted Pop Delight." AMG - Mark Deming. more
Warren Zevon
Used - LP - 7E-1060
1976 US Original; Santa Maria Pressing. Includes Printed Insert With Photo & Lyrics. VG+ Jacket With Light Edge/Corner Rubs & Ring Wear. "Warren Zevon Was A Ten-year Music Industry Veteran Who Had Written Songs For The Turtles, Backed Up Phil Everly, Done Years Of Session Work, And Been Befriended By Jackson Browne By The Time He Cut His Self-Titled Album In 1976 (Which Wasn't His Debut, Though The Less Said About 1969's Misbegotten Wanted Dead Or Alive The Better). Even Though Warren Zevon Was On Good Terms With L.A.'s Mellow Mafia, He Sure Didn't Think (Or Write) Like Any Of His Pals In The Eagles Or Fleetwood Mac; Zevon's Music Was Full Of Blood, Bile, And Mean-spirited Irony, And The Glossy Surfaces Of Jackson Browne's Production Failed To Disguise The Bitter Heart Of The Songs On Warren Zevon. The Album Opened With A Jaunty Celebration Of A Pair Of Old West Thieves And Gunfighters ("Frank And Jesse James"), And Went On To Tell Remarkable, Slightly Unnerving Tales Of Ambitious Pimps ("The French Inhaler"), Lonesome Junkies ("Carmelita"), Wired, Hard-Living Lunatics ("I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"), And Truly Dastardly Womanizers ("Poor Poor Pitiful Me"), And Even Zevon's Celebrations Of Life In Los Angeles, Long A Staple Of The Soft Rock Genre, Had Both A Menace And An Epic Sweep His Contemporaries Could Never Match ("Join Me In L.a." And "Desperados Under The Eaves"). But For All Their Darkness, Zevon's Songs Also Possessed A Steely Intelligence, A Winning Wit, And An Unusually Sophisticated Melodic Sense, And He Certainly Made The Most Of The High-Priced Help Who Backed Him On The Album. Warren Zevon May Not Have Been The Songwriter's Debut, But It Was The Album That Confirmed He Was A Major Talent, And It Remains A Black-Hearted Pop Delight." AMG - Mark Deming. more
Werewolves Of London
Picture Disc - New - AS 11386
Sealed 1978 Promo Only Picture Disc Housed In A Die-Cut Cover. Not Commercially Released. more
Werewolves Of London
Picture Disc - AS 11386
1978 Promo Only Picture Disc Housed In A Die-Cut Cover. Not Commercially Released. more

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