|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Follow Me||2||Audio||1966||White Whale|
|2||Follow Me||2||Audio||1966||White Whale|
|3||Follow Me||2||Audio||1966||White Whale|
|4||Song 7||2||Audio||1966||White Whale|
Lyme and Cybelle was a short-lived male/female folk/pop duo formed by [a273411] and [a1464324].
The duo is best known for its moderate chart hit "Follow Me," which represented the first commercial recording of Zevon's long musical career.
[a273411] took the stage name of Stephen Lyme, while [a1464324] called herself Cybelle, a name inspired by the 1962 French film Sundays and Cybele.
[a1464324] currently active in musical theater using the stage name [a2349151].