Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy (Translucent Red vinyl)
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy (Translucent Red vinyl)
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy (Translucent Red vinyl)
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy (Translucent Red vinyl)
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy (Translucent Red vinyl)
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy (Translucent Red vinyl)

Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy (Translucent Red vinyl)

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Warren Zevon – lead, harmony and backing vocals, piano, organ, synthesizer

Jorge Calderón – harmony and backing vocals, Spanish vocals on "Veracruz"

Danny Kortchmar - guitar, percussion

Russ Kunkel – drums

Karla Bonoff – harmony vocals on "Accidentally Like a Martyr"

Jackson Browne – guitar, harmony and backing vocals

Luis Damian – jarana on "Veracruz"

Kenny Edwards – bass guitar on "Veracruz", "Tenderness on the Block" and "Lawyers, Guns and Money"

John McVie - bass on "Werewolves of London"

Mick Fleetwood – drums on "Werewolves of London"

The Gentlemen Boys (Jackson Browne, Jorge Calderón, Kenny Edwards, J. D. Souther and Waddy Wachtel) – backing and harmony vocals

Arthur Gerst – Mexican harp

Bob Glaub – bass guitar on "Roland the Headless Gunner", "Excitable Boy" and "Nighttime in the Switching Yard"

Jim Horn – recorder on "Veracruz"; saxophone on "Excitable Boy"

Greg Ladanyi – bells on "Nighttime in the Switching Yard"

Rick Marotta – drums on "Veracruz" and "Lawyers, Guns and Money"

Jeff Porcaro – drums and percussion on "Nighttime in the Switching Yard"

Linda Ronstadt – backing and harmony vocals on "Excitable Boy"

Leland Sklar – bass guitar on "Johnny Strikes Up The Band" and "Accidentally Like a Martyr"

J.D. Souther – backing and harmony vocals

Manuel Vasquez – requinto on "Veracruz"

Waddy Wachtel – guitar, synthesizer, harmony and backing vocals

Jennifer Warnes – harmony vocals on "Excitable Boy"

1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Translucent Red

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : ?

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Asylum Records

Recorded at The Sound Factory, Los Angeles

Engineered & mixed by Dennis Kirk, Greg Ladanyi

Produced by Jackson Browne, Waddy Wachtel

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1978

Reissued in 2009

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Johnny Strikes Up The Band
  2. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner
  3. Excitable Boy
  4. Werewolves Of London

Side B :

  1. Accidentally Like A Martyr
  2. Nighttime In The Switching Yard
  3. Veracruz
  4. Tenderness On The Block
  5. Lawyers, Guns And Money

 

Reviews :

"Warren Zevon's self-titled 1976 album announced he was one of the most striking talents to emerge from the Los Angeles soft rock singer/songwriter community, and Linda Ronstadt (a shrewd judge of talent if a sometimes questionable interpreter) recorded three of its songs on two of her biggest-selling albums, which doubtlessly earned Zevon bigger royalty checks than the album itself ever did. But if Warren Zevon was an impressive calling card, the follow-up, Excitable Boy, was an actual hit, scoring one major hit single, "Werewolves of London," and a trio of turntable hits ("Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner," "Lawyers, Guns and Money," and the title track). But while Excitable Boy won Zevon the larger audience his music certainly deserved, the truth is it was a markedly inferior album; while it had all the bile of Warren Zevon, and significantly raised Zevon's dark-humor factor, it was often obvious where his previous album had been subtle, and while all 11 tracks on Warren Zevon were strong and compelling, two of the nine tunes on Excitable Boy -- "Johnny Strike Up the Band" and "Nighttime in the Switching Yard" -- sound like they're just taking up space. Musically, most of Excitable Boy is stuck in a polished but unexceptional FM pop groove, and only "Veracruz" hints at the artful intelligence of Warren Zevon's finest moments. It's hard to say if Zevon was feeling uninspired or just dumbing himself down when he made Excitable Boy, but while it made him famous, it lacks the smarts and substance of his best work." AllMusic Review by Mark Deming 

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 4,32 / 5

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