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Warren Zevon - Reconsider Me: The Love Songs (2006)

7-02-2015, 17:58
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Warren Zevon - Reconsider Me: The Love Songs (2006)

Artist: Warren Zevon
Title Of Album: Reconsider Me: The Love Songs
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Artemis Records
Genre: Rock, Pop Rock, Singer-Songwriter
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 46:06 Min
Total Size: 111 Mb | 302 Mb


1. Accidentally, Like A Martyr 3:38
2. Please Stay 3:32
3. Reconsider Me 3:26
4. Searching For A Heart 4:16
5. Hostage-O 4:05
6. She?s Too Good For Me 3:10
7. Tenderness on the Block 3:54
8. For My Next Trick I?ll Need a Volunteer 3:12
9. I?ll Slow You Down 3:10
10. El Amor de Mi Vida 3:33
11. Keep Me in Your Heart 3:27
12. Back in the High Life Again 3:11
13. Bonus Track: Don't Let Us Get Sick 3:12

This 13-song compilation is a true celebration of life and love, and showcases the work of one of America's most brilliant songwriters. For the first time, the release includes favorites from Zevon's critically acclaimed Artemis Records releases Life'll Kill Ya, and The Wind, as well as older favorites from his years with Virgin, Asylum, and Giant Records. As an additional bonus track, the set includes the previously unreleased live, solo acoustic version of 'Don't Let Us Get Sick' recorded at KGSR Studios in Austin, TX. 2006.

In a sense, a father is a daughter’s true love. No matter what circumstances come into our lives to cloud the purity of that love, a daughter cannot help but feel the echo of her father whenever her heart swells with love. At least this has been true for me. My father and I had a strange and sometimes estranged relationship throughout my life and until the end of his; but despite the awkwardness and the pain we sometimes shared in each other’s company, his love for me and mine for him was unwavering and unquestionable.
Lucky (or unlucky at times) for me, his love songs were the tangible echoes of his capacity to love even when I could not be near him. I can recall as a young girl of 6 or 7 sitting in my mother’s rocking chair hugging the vinyl album cover to Excitable Boy as "Accidentally, Like a Martyr" and "Tenderness on the Block" brought streams of tears to my eyes. Though life’s hard knocks might have made it impossible for my father to always be present and by my side, the sweet melancholy of his lyrics and his voice consoled me and reassured me that wherever he was and whatever he was doing, his love could travel through space and time.' (Ariel Zevon)

Warren Zevon released 14 critically acclaimed albums from 1969 to 2003, including the Artemis Records releases ‘Life’ll Kill Ya,’ ‘My Ride’s Here,’ and ‘The Wind.’ The latter was the winner of two Grammy Awards-- Best Contemporary Folk Album and Best Rock Performance By A Duo or Group With Vocal for ‘Disorder In This House,’ his collaboration with Bruce Springsteen. Zevon biographer Frank DeGiacomo stated about Zevon’s love songs, "Warren's work for Artemis was significantly darker than his earlier work and doesn't fit easily into the ‘romantic’ category, at least in the traditional sense. I don't think that's a bad thing. In fact, one of the things I love most about Zevon is that his romanticism was always balanced and in many cases outweighed by his sardonic realism. He never wrote sappy love songs, which is why so many of his love songs are so enduring."

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