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3 Comments on " Accidentally Like A Martyr - Warren Zevon - A Quiet Normal Life: The Best Of Warren Zevon (CD) "

  • As one might expect, A Quiet Normal Life: The Best of Warren Zevon focuses on the artist's best known stuff from his tenure at Asylum Records, and leans more towards "Crazy Warren" tunes (like the above-mentioned trio) over superior if more difficult material like "The French Inhaler" or "Frank and Jesse James," with no rare or unreleased Brand: Elektra / Wea.
  • My InterpretationAs with so much of Zevon’s work, the lyrics here are abstract enough that they fit to your own personal circumstances - and that probably drives my own interpretation - but here goes: I see Accidentally Like a Martyr as a song about a relationship that has grown old and stale but the protagonist is stuck in it and cannot leave. The chorus refers to the state of their.
  • A Quiet Normal Life: The Best Of Warren Zevon is a greatest hits album by American musician Warren Zevon released in Zevon's second album (his first, Wanted Dead or Alive, appeared in ) Warren Zevon included three songs "Hasten Down the Wind", "Carmelita" and "Poor Poor Pitiful Me", that gained popularity from Linda Ronstandt's cover versions. The album, although it achieved critical Genre: Rock.