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Warren William Zevon (* 24. Januar 1947 in Chicago, Illinois, USA; † 7. September 2003 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien, USA) war ein Rock ’n’ Roll-Musiker und Songwriter. Gekennzeichnet hat ihn vor allem seine zynische Lebensauffassung, die sich in seinen oft schwarzhumorigen Songs, die oftmals politische oder historische Themen aufgreifen, widerspiegelt. Zevon war nicht nur Freund von diversen Autoren wie Hunter S. Thompson, Carl Hiassen, Ross MacDonald, Thomas McGuane oder Paul Muldoon, er war auch zeitlebens Kenner von Populär- und Hochkultur aus dem… mehr erfahren

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  • Happy birthday, you brilliant bastard.
  • Probably one of the most 'connected' guys in rock, having worked with everyone from Ry Cooder, Dylan, Hunter S. Thompson to George Clinton. What a legacy, great contributions.
  • Whiskey, weed and Warren Zevon.
  • Wonderful songwriter and as crazy as Hunter S. Thompson. Shame he had to go so early.
  • Awesome Dude! Rest in peace - wherever you are....
  • Interesting article about Warren Zevon: http://www.theguardian.com/music/2013/aug/01/warren-zevon-werewolves-of-london-demons
  • ""Lawyers, Guns and Money." "Boom Boom Mancini." Down hard stuff. "Join me in L.A." sort of straddles the line between heartfelt and primeval. His musical patterns are all over the place, probably because he's classically trained. There might be three separate songs within a Zevon song, but they're all effortlessly connected. Zevon was a musician's musician, a tortured one. "Desperado Under the Eaves." It's all in there." - Bob Dylan on Warren
  • Being 60, my favorite at this time is "Don't let us get sick"......second is "Keep me in your heart"
  • Esse cara é muito bom, na boa.
  • It looks like Warren is being managed by his label on here so they have full control of that sort of thing I believe.

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