Label: Artemis Records - none • Format: CDr Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic
This is my favourite Warren Zevon album with many outstanding tracks such as "For my next trick i'll need a volunteer", "Back in the high life again", "Don't let us get sick" and "I'll slow you down". Definitely a good starting point for people who haven't listened to any of Warren's albums before. A much underrated singer-songerwriter/5().
· The sad irony is that two years after making Life'll Kill Ya, Warren Zevon would be diagnosed with an inoperable case of mesothelioma that would claim his life in the fall of , but the album's themes ring even truer given the artist's fate -- Zevon was too bright a man to not know that Death was lurking somewhere, and on Life'll Kill Ya, he.
Warren William Zevon (Janu - September 7, ) was an American rock singer-songwriter and musician noted for including his unique and sometimes sardonic opinions of life in his musical lyrics, composing songs that were sometimes humorous and often had political or historical themes. Zevon's work has often been praised by well-known musicians, including Jackson Browne, Bruce.
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Back in that bright part of town. I'll be back in the high life again. All the doors I closed one time will open up again. I'll be back in the high life again. All the eyes that watched me once will smile and take me in. And I'll drink and dance with one hand free. Let the world back into me.
- Liebeslieder: Das Blümchen Wunderhold, Op. 52 No. 8 - Ludwig van Beethoven - Beethoven: Complete Edi