I Love Warren Zevon

Lawyers, guns,money, paranoia and gorillas in the LA Zoo! 40 People

    Werewolves Of London

    I've noticed that whenever I hear the intro to Werewolves of London on the radio I've been praying that that's what it is, and not that godawful Kid Rock song that sampled it... even the original Sweet Home Alabama would be an improvement. Come to think of it, I could say the...
    winstonwelles winstonwelles
    26-30, M
    2 Responses Dec 8, 2009

    Zevon At Hilton Head, Sc

    I saw Warren play in a very small bar in Hilton Head, SC when he had just come out of rehab and was playing in a few small venues to start performing again. We sat at a table right next to his piano while he played all night....a truly memorable experience. It was sometime...
    Kicksaveaz Kicksaveaz
    51-55
    2 Responses Jun 1, 2012

    Sentimental Hygiene And Beyond...

    I only "discovered" The Music of Warren Zevon about maybe two years ago. I found an old cassette tape in a box up in the loft that must have belonged to my dad or one of my sisters. Written on it was Sentimental Hygiene. I remember having to listen to it a few times through, and...
    thelastday thelastday
    22-25, M
    Feb 21, 2012

    Pure Genius!

    I really only knew Warren from "Werewolves". I love classic rock but never really got into him anymore than that. Then, back in 2003, I watched that VH-1 special on him as he recorded his last album. The songs from that album they played just sounded awesome. The day it came...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Mar 31, 2011

    A beautiful song he wrote

    as he was dying. http://youtu.be/seMTL0itueI
    tnomrev tnomrev
    61-65, M
    Apr 12, 2014

    I really enjoy his last appearance on Letterman.

    The interview was fantastic, with Warren expressing his sardonic sense of humor right until the end - enjoy every sandwich.
    tnomrev tnomrev
    61-65, M
    Mar 15, 2014

    In Concert

    It must have been 25 years ago that I saw Warren Zevon in concert at Mississippi Nights in St. Louis. It was a great venue. Small, intimate. I sat perhaps 25 feet from the stage (such as it was). It is a concert I will always remember. He had so many wonderful songs: Roland the...
    jillian99 jillian99
    61-65, T
    1 Response Sep 15, 2011

    I Went Home With the Waitress, the Way I Always Do

    How was I to know, she was with the Russians, too? (HUNH!)
    Nyxie Nyxie
    51-55, F
    22 Responses May 22, 2009
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