Featuring guests as diverse as Neil Young, R.E.M. and George Clinton, ‘Sentimental Hygiene’ remains an important Warren Zevon album.
Another smart missive from a fearless songwriter, ‘The Envoy’ found Warren Zevon bringing synthesisers into his sound.
Recorded with the cream of 70s musicians, the songs on Warren Zevon’s self-titled album unfold like a well-developed story.
Recorded while Warren Zevon was suffering from cancer, ‘My Ride’s Here’ was a typically dark-humoured meditation on life and death.
Recorded while on tour in 1992, ‘Learning To Flinch’ found Warren Zevon performing acoustic versions of his classic songs.
Written in the wake of rehab and a broken marriage, ‘Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School’ reflected Warren Zevon’s guilt and remorse.
The best Warren Zevon songs reveal the songwriter – ‘a moralist in cynic’s clothing’ – to have been one of the most gifted talents in music.
A masterpiece of subversive songwriting, the ‘Excitable Boy’ album found Warren Zevon joking about things no one had joked about before.
One of the most affecting live albums of the 80s, ‘Stand In The Fire’ finds a newly-sober Warren Zevon on blistering form.
Recorded during a vodka-fuelled all-night session, Warren Zevon’s Werewolves Of London was “a lesson in not taking yourself seriously”.
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