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Jimmy Wachtel

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Waddy Wachtel

HQ Phone:  (310) 275-2619

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Waddy Wachtel

8771 W. Pico Blvd.

Los Angeles, California,90035

United States

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Web References(15 Total References)


Warren Zevon - Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School 1980

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Jimmy Wachtel - Artwork, Photography
George Gruel - Photography


Warren Zevon - Mr. Bad Example 1991

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Jimmy Wachtel - Photography


Warren Zevon 'Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School' 1980

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Jimmy Wachtel - Artwork, Photography
Waddy Wachtel - Producer


Warren Zevon 'Excitable Boy' 1978

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Jimmy Wachtel - Design, Photography
Waddy Wachtel - Producer Musically, Zevon's stalwart singing and rigorous, razor-sharp piano playing hold down the fort, while Wachtel, who brandishes an armory of guitars, takes the high ground with such audacity he nearly steals the action at times. On "Johnny Strikes Up the Band" (like the second LP's "Mohammed's Radio," a "tribute to rock & roll"), Wachtel simply picks up the song and carries it away, giving it back only for the vibrant vocals. ... ""Werewolves of London" is one of those indescribable, half-sung/half-spoken, stupid/profound anthems that captures something of a city and a time. With Wachtel's guitar prowling through the rolling fog like Jack the Ripper, Zevon reduces the whole world to a mythic howl, and you feel exhilarated." He'll rip your lungs out, Jim, Huh! I'd like to meet his tailor.


Jackson Browne - Lives in the Balance 1986

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Jimmy Wachtel - Art Direction


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