Well everyone else has gotten some love lately why not Warren? His first "offical" album "Wanted: Dead or Alive" was ignored by the public. Although it's not a great album (Warren used to make fun of it later in his career and rightly considered "Warren Zevon" his true debut), this album has a couple of notable tracks including "Tule's blues" (later remade for "Excitable Boy" but unreleased until this year). Tracks: WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE HITCHHIKIN' WOMAN SHE QUIT ME CALCUTTA IKO-IKO TRAVELING IN THE LIGHTNING TULE'S BLUES A BULLET FOR RAMONA GORILLA FIERY EMBLEMS Recorded after Warren's duo Lyme and Cybelle had ended, "Wanted: Dead or Alive" finds Warren still developing as an artist. Although a very, very rough debut there were some gems here including "She Quit Me" which ended up on "Midnight Cowboy". It hints at many of the themes that would show up on later albums as well. "A Bullet for Ramona" continues to hint at his dark side and "Gorilla" prefigures "Gorilla You're A Desperado". Interesting if premature debut. Warren would do much, much better on his "first" album "Warren Zevon". Any other thoughts?