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Warren Zevon

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We made mad love shadow love random love and abandoned love. Accidentally like a martyr. The hurt gets worse, and the heart gets harder.

— Warren Zevon


You used to be the best to make life be real to me, and I hope that you're still out there and you're like you used to be

— Warren Zevon

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And I think it's safe to say that the single very impressive figure to me was Merle Haggard.

— Warren Zevon

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But I can't say that I didn't like John Hammond's performances often better than the originals.

— Warren Zevon

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But there's a thin line between songwriting and arranging.

— Warren Zevon

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Duncan Aldrich has been my partner in most recording projects, and touring projects, for the past decade.

— Warren Zevon

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Dylan doesn't have to make Blonde On Blonde every time.

— Warren Zevon

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Dylan can do no wrong.

— Warren Zevon


Everywhere I go, I have my little Steinberger, and I like it very well.

— Warren Zevon

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Enjoy every sandwich.

— Warren Zevon

#every #sandwich

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In 1978 Zevon released Excitable Boy (produced by Jackson Browne and guitarist Waddy Wachtel) to critical acclaim and popular success. special envoy to the Middle East during the early 1980s. The group released the non-charting single "Narrator" on the IRS label in 1984 then went into abeyance for several years.

He was known for the dark and somewhat bizarre sense of humor in his lyrics. His best-known compositions include "Werewolves of London" "Lawyers Guns and Money" "Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner" and "Johnny Strikes Up the Band" all of which are featured on his third album Excitable Boy (1978). Warren William Zevon (/ˈziːvɒn/; January 24 1947 – September 7 2003) was an American rock singer-songwriter and musician.

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