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I personally love the whole thing, but if you hate tribute albums, buy it for Studebaker.
Fans of Warren Zevon are well aware of what a great artist, and songwriter, that he was during long yet too-brief career.
On the other hand, Adam Sandler (!)'s rendition of "Werewolves of London" is as perfect as a werewolf's hair.
Was a big warren zevon fan. Other artists doing his work didn't do it for me.Published 1 month ago by phildirt
Life goes on, I know, but so quickly? I just learned of this album-I was very busy-and it is fine indeed. The Z man came out about the same time i started in radio. Read morePublished 12 months ago by William J. Thibault
A tribute featuring an array of legend Warren Zevon's friends--and more. So eclectic; early in his career, Warren was a guest on David Letterman, and said that things were going... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alison B. Akers
I found out about this cd by accident.
I found an old you tube video of Jackson Brown talking about how people always ask him to do Poor Poor pitiful me. Read more
this title was the answer to David Letterman on his last appearance when asked " what do you know about death now that we don't, now that you're dying? Read morePublished 17 months ago by iansimpson
Every song, every artist, every lyric, you just can't ignore Warren's impact on 70s, 80s and 90s rock n roll...
He lived like he wanted to live... Read more
This is a wonderous CD. It is worth the price just for "Don't Let Us Get Sick". Warren would be happy at how his friends did this up. You should buy it.Published 18 months ago by Robert H. Englsih