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Learning to Flinch is a fantastic performance by Warren Zevon back in 1992.
He switches from acoustic to electric guitar, even pulling out a slide for "Worrier King," and plays some sharp piano as well.
It's a highly recommended album for any fan who is ready to delve in past just the well known material.
This album is pretty much a greatest hits live and unplugged. It really showcases Zevon's abilities on piano, 12 string guitar and slide guitar. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bill
Great live stuff, sounds like Warren at his bad boy best! The intro to Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner exceeded my expectations.Published 8 months ago by MRF
Wonderful collection of primarily Warren Zevon and his 12 string guitar and piano playing the classics and the lesser-knowns from his repertoire. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mr. Polo
i know there are complaints about some of the imperfect recordings here but his performances often were ... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kelly K. Patterson
I had the good fortune of seeing Warren Zevon play in a little bar on the tour that produced this album. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bice
If you're not familiar with Warren Zevon or if you're a new fan looking to get a primer on Warren's music this is NOT the release for you. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Darren O'Neill
It's just a man and his instruments, but my goodness the man was talented. One of the best songwriters the world has ever seen. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Bruce Holmes
Zevon apparently didn't like a comment he once read that his studio albums sounded polished, thanks to an extended range of sessionists. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Greg Edwards
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