Posts Tagged ‘Willy DeVille’

Nightfalls

August 11, 2019

“Nightfalls,” written and recorded by Willy DeVille, 1987. Willy DeVille (vocal), Mark Knopfler (guitar), Guy Fletcher (keyboards, background vocals), Mickey Feat (bass, background vocals), Jamie Lane (drums).

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Across the Borderline

July 21, 2019

“Across the Borderline,” written by Ry CooderJohn Hiatt, and Jim Dickinson, performed by Willy DeVille in Amsterdam for RTL5, 1999.

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Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl

July 7, 2019

“Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl,” written by Willy DeVille, and recorded by him with Mink DeVille, 1977. Willy DeVille (lead vocal, guitar), Louis X. Erlanger (guitar, background vocals), Bobby Leonards (piano, keyboards), Steve Douglas (sax), Rubén Sigüenza (bass), Thomas R. “Manfred” Allen, Jr. (drums). Additional background vocals by The Immortals (Max Bowman, Val Heron, Mike Johnson).

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Italian Shoes

September 10, 2016

“Italian Shoes,” written by Willy DeVille (William Borsey Jr.) and recorded by him as Mink DeVille in 1985. Willie DeVille and Louis Cortelezzi were the only former Mink DeVille band members in the session; most of the other musicians were from the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section.

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