#3 – Warren Zevon – “Werewolves of London” – (1978)

Here is the song that the brilliant Warren Zevon will be remembered for forever. It only peaked at #21 in the U.S., but it has become a classic rock mainstay. It’s one of those songs that gets a little more airplay around Halloween, but you do get it hear it year round. It’s paino-heavy, and the drummer and bassist on this recording? Mick Fleetwood and John McVie of Fleetwood Mac. Excitable Boy was Warren’s best album and this is among his very best work.