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8 thoughts on “ Backs Turned Looking Down The Path - Warren Zevon - Warren Zevon (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. After all, we might have a masterpiece here. I turn on the tape recorder, and Warren begins to play. You wouldn’t believe how bad it sounded. T he past, let it all go fast: Warren William Zevon.
  2. Rolling Stone: 4 stars out of "WARREN ZEVON captures the singer-songwriter at his peak as a black humorist." Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Frank And Jesse James; 2. Mama Couldn't Be Persuaded; 3. Backs Turned (Looking Down The Path) 4. Hasten Down The Wind; 5. Poor Poor Pitiful Me; 6. The French Inhaler; Tracks of Disc 2; 1. Mohammed's Radio; 2. I.
  3. Sep 08,  · Warren Zevon earned a warmer reception than Wanted, and almost plays out like his debut callrewarilcaworlgohomiritenwhee.coinfo years later, it was followed by Excitable Boy, which paired the more fragile songcraft of .
  4. [Zevon] insisted for years that "Backs Turned Looking Down the Path," the third track and perhaps the least-known song off his outstanding debut Asylum record, may have been his best work, or at least underrated. "He wrote it when we left for Spain and he used to say that it's the best love song he ever wrote," says Crystal Zevon.
  5. check amazon for Backs Turned Looking Down The Path mp3 download browse other artists under W:W2 W3 Songwriter(s): Warren Zevon Record Label(s): Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company Official lyrics by.
  6. Warren Zevon "Backs Turned Looking Down The Path": With my back turned, looking down the path Hit me like a ton of bricks Had to have my outlook fixed album: "Warren Zevon" () Frank And Jesse James. Mama Couldn't Be Persuaded. Backs Turned Looking Down The Path. Hasten Down The Wind.
  7. Warren Zevon’s self-titled album is his second studio album, and the first that saw any real success. While the album only peaked at on the Billboard Top , it contained several songs that.
  8. Warren Zevon is a Rock & Roll album recorded in and released in by the artist of the same name. The album features guest appearances of artists like Jackson Browne, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, Phil Everly, Don Henley and Glenn Frey, Bonnie Raitt and many more.

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