Willy Deville - Live At Tramps, NYC, October 2, 1996 - We Begin The New Year With 90 Minutes of Rock N' Soul Certainty as Conveyed Through a Master of Rhythmic Reverence - He Sweltered, Glowed and Agonized - Willy Deville - Aug. 25, 1950 – Aug. 6, 2009

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“In 1977, after having been billed through Mink DeVille as one of the most original groups on the New York punk scene, in the mythical CBGB’s club alongside Blondie or the Ramones, the staggering recording debut of Willy Deville takes place with the launching of the album Cabretta, praised by the influential Rolling Stone as one of the best albums of the year, with the charm of it’s popular urban rock’n’roll-rhythm’n’blues of the ‘50s and ‘60s, between the DRIFTERS and PHIL SPECTOR. It was Jack Nitzsche himself, the former fabulous arranger of Phil Spector and of Wall of Sound during the Golden Age of Teenage Pop who produced the album. “


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