Lesser Known Classic Rock Sunday: Warren Zevon – “Excitable Boy”

Weren’t born in 1940?  Missed out on the hippie era, the swingin’ 70s, the relatively horrible 80s, the carpenter jean 90s?  Well you’re in luck…

Warren Zevon is commonly known as a one hit wonder.  Thanks to “Werewolves of London,” an excellent throwaway song (and one he ended up hating), the world never got to spend any time with Zevon’s other great works.  He was an excellent songwriter and deserves more praise than he’s received, so to help you get started, I present you with his second biggest pop song…

Warren Zevon – Excitable Boy

Enjoy every sandwich and buy something nice from his myspace!

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One response to “Lesser Known Classic Rock Sunday: Warren Zevon – “Excitable Boy”

  1. The whole album Excitable Boy is phenomenal, one of my favorites of the late 70s. ‘Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner’, ‘Lawyers, Guns and Money’ and ‘Accidentally Like a Martyr’ are all standout tracks in addition to Werewolves and the title track. Fun fact: The outstanding groove on Werewolves is provided by Mick Fleetwood and John McVie.

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