Knowledge Identifier: +Warren_Zevon
Allen Toussaint - In 1964, "A Certain Girl" was the B-side of the first single release by The Yardbirds; the song was released again in 1980 by Warren Zevon
Tony Levin - A prolific session musician since the 1970s, Levin has played on 500 albums, including those of Cher, Alice Cooper, John Lennon, Sarah McLachlan, Stevie Nicks, Pink Floyd, Dire Straits, Lou Reed, Tom Waits, Buddy Rich, The Roches, Todd Rundgren, Seal, Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe, Warren Zevon, Kevin_Parent, Laurie Anderson, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Gibonni, and Jean-Pierre Ferland
Waddy Wachtel - In 1972, he was hired by Warren Zevon to play guitar on The Everly Brothers "Stories We Could Tell" album and join them in a subsequent tour
The Everly Brothers - Phil sang back-up vocals on one song for Roy Wood's 1975 album "Mustard" and two songs for Warren Zevon's 1976 album Warren Zevon
There, he collaborated with Jackson Browne, who in 1976 produced and promoted Zevon's self-titled major-label debut
Zevon's first tour in 1977 included guest appearances in the middle of Jackson Browne concerts, one of which is documented on a widely circulated bootleg recording of a Dutch radio program under the title "The Offender meets the Pretender"
Later during 1980, he released the live album "Stand in the Fire" , recorded over five nights at The Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles
Philip Habib - Warren Zevon wrote the song "The Envoy", from his 1982 album of the same name, in honor of Habib
In 1983, the recently divorced Zevon became engaged to Philadelphia DJ Anita Gevinson and moved to the East Coast
Ross Stevenson (radio) - At that time, Stevenson began his radio career in 1985 on community station 3RRR where he partnered with fellow lawyer Denis Connell on a show called Lawyers, Guns and Money, a reference from a Warren Zevon song
The immediate follow-up to "Sentimental Hygiene" was 1989's "Transverse City", a futuristic concept album inspired by Zevon's interest in the work of cyberpunk science fiction author William Gibson
Gurf Morlix - In 1990 he accompanied Warren Zevon on tour
Judee Sill - American singer-songwriter Warren Zevon recorded "Jesus was a Cross Maker" for his 1995 album, "Mutineer"
In the liner notes for the 1996 "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" anthology, Zevon stated that after the song came out, Habib sent him "a very nice letter of appreciation on State Department stationery"
Terri Clark - In 1996, Clark's second studio album, "Just the Same," was issued following the album's first single, "Poor Poor Pitiful Me," a cover of the 1976 Warren Zevon song
After another five-year layoff, Zevon signed with industry veteran Danny Goldberg's Artemis Records and again rebounded with the mortality-themed 2000 release "Life'll Kill Ya", containing the hymn-like "Don't Let Us Get Sick" and an austere version of Steve Winwood's 1980s hit "Back in the High Life Again"
Eagles (band) - Also in 2003, Warren Zevon, a longtime Eagles friend, began work on his final album, "The Wind", with the assistance of Henley, Walsh, and Schmit
Knockin' on Heaven's Door - In 2003, Warren Zevon released a version of the song on his album "The Wind" , shortly before his death from cancer in September 1973 of that year
A second tribute album, titled "Hurry Home Early: the Songs of Warren Zevon" was released by Wampus Multimedia on July 8, 2005
Steve Cohen - On May 10, 2012, at a House subcommittee hearing on asbestos trust transparency legislation, Cohen described plaintiff's attorneys who contacted him about the illness of his friend, Warren Zevon as "parasites