Warren Zevon had toured for quite some time as a songwriter in the rock scene, released a few singles and landed a flop with his debut LP in 1969 before the tide finally turned. Roughly ten years later, his live album - put together from a five-day residency at the Roxy Theater in West Hollywood - entered the annals of vinyl history as one of the best live albums of all time and was awarded four stars by the magazine Rolling Stone. Ambiguously entitled by the comprehensively educated Zevon, who had been confronted with the tough side of show business, 'Stand In The Fire' delivers genial simple pure and straightforward rock right from the start, which hit the public with a vengeance. Full of vim and elation, the band pours out the significant, biting verses with fire ('Jeannie Needs A Shooter') and fuels the emotional inferno with high-speed bursts of rock ('Excitable Boy'). Zevon proves his skills as a singer and songwriter in the ballad-like yet powerful 'Mohammed's Radio'. In a direct comparison to this number we have the forthright, no-nonsense hit 'Werewolves Of London' with it's close harmonies. Just how Zevon manages to succeed in getting his delicate voice and lyrics over to the public is shown in the powerful mix of heavy and honky-tonk ('I'll Sleep When I'm Dead') and finally in the thunderous final number - 'Bo Didley's A Gunslinger' - with it's percussive and metrically complicated antiphony. This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head. More information under www. Pure-analogue. #com. All royalties and mechanical rights have been paid. Recording: August 1980 live at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, CA. , by Billy Youdelman and Greg LadanyiProduction: Greg Ladanyi & Warren Zevon

Warren Zevon had toured for quite some time as a songwriter in the rock scene, released a few singles and landed a flop with his debut LP in 1969 before the tide finally turned. Roughly ten years later, his live album - put together from a five-day residency at the Roxy Theater in West Hollywood - entered the annals of vinyl history as one of the best live albums of all time and was awarded four stars by the magazine Rolling Stone. Ambiguously entitled by the comprehensively educated Zevon, who had been confronted with the tough side of show business, 'Stand In The Fire' delivers genial simple pure and straightforward rock right from the start, which hit the public with a vengeance. Full of vim and elation, the band pours out the significant, biting verses with fire ('Jeannie Needs A Shooter') and fuels the emotional inferno with high-speed bursts of rock ('Excitable Boy'). Zevon proves his skills as a singer and songwriter in the ballad-like yet powerful 'Mohammed's Radio'. In a direct comparison to this number we have the forthright, no-nonsense hit 'Werewolves Of London' with it's close harmonies. Just how Zevon manages to succeed in getting his delicate voice and lyrics over to the public is shown in the powerful mix of heavy and honky-tonk ('I'll Sleep When I'm Dead') and finally in the thunderous final number - 'Bo Didley's A Gunslinger' - with it's percussive and metrically complicated antiphony. This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head. More information under www. Pure-analogue. #com. All royalties and mechanical rights have been paid. Recording: August 1980 live at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, CA. , by Billy Youdelman and Greg LadanyiProduction: Greg Ladanyi & Warren Zevon

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Stand In The Fire [LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SPEAKERS CORNER
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 01/17/2020
UPC: 4260019715944

Stand In The Fire [LP]
Artist: Warren Zevon
Format: Vinyl
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Warren Zevon had toured for quite some time as a songwriter in the rock scene, released a few singles and landed a flop with his debut LP in 1969 before the tide finally turned. Roughly ten years later, his live album - put together from a five-day residency at the Roxy Theater in West Hollywood - entered the annals of vinyl history as one of the best live albums of all time and was awarded four stars by the magazine Rolling Stone. Ambiguously entitled by the comprehensively educated Zevon, who had been confronted with the tough side of show business, 'Stand In The Fire' delivers genial simple pure and straightforward rock right from the start, which hit the public with a vengeance. Full of vim and elation, the band pours out the significant, biting verses with fire ('Jeannie Needs A Shooter') and fuels the emotional inferno with high-speed bursts of rock ('Excitable Boy'). Zevon proves his skills as a singer and songwriter in the ballad-like yet powerful 'Mohammed's Radio'. In a direct comparison to this number we have the forthright, no-nonsense hit 'Werewolves Of London' with it's close harmonies. Just how Zevon manages to succeed in getting his delicate voice and lyrics over to the public is shown in the powerful mix of heavy and honky-tonk ('I'll Sleep When I'm Dead') and finally in the thunderous final number - 'Bo Didley's A Gunslinger' - with it's percussive and metrically complicated antiphony. This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head. More information under www. Pure-analogue. #com. All royalties and mechanical rights have been paid. Recording: August 1980 live at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, CA. , by Billy Youdelman and Greg LadanyiProduction: Greg Ladanyi & Warren Zevon

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