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Mink DeVille - Cadillac Walk: The Mink DeVille Collection (2001)

8-09-2015, 17:10
Music | Rock



Mink DeVille - Cadillac Walk: The Mink DeVille Collection (2001)


Artist: Mink DeVille
Album: Cadillac Walk: The Mink DeVille Collection
Year: 2001
Label: EMI Records Ltd
Genre: Rock & Roll, New Wave
Quality: 320 kbps
Format: MP3
Tracks: 22
Time Release: 01:10:51
Size Release: 163 mb
WebSite: amazon.com

Tracklist:

1. Spanish Stroll
2. Mixed Up Shook Up Girl
3. She's So Tough
4. Cadillac Walk
5. Gunslinger
6. Venus Of Avenue D
7. Little Girl
8. 'A' Train Lady
9. Guardian Angel
10. Confidence To Kill
11. Soul Twist
12. Desperate Days
13. I Broke That Promise
14. Just Your Friends
15. You Just Keep Holding On
16. This Must Be The Night
17. Savoire Faire
18. Mazurka.
19. Turn You Every Way But Loose
20. Bad Boy
21. Just To Walk That Little Girl
22. That World Outside

This 22-track import collection of Mink DeVille tunes contains over two-thirds of the tracks cut by the original band -- before Louis X. Erlanger and crew left and Willy DeVille continued with different musicians -- and culled from Cabretta, Return to Magenta, and Le Chat Bleu. Issued in the E.U. and distributed by Caroline Records in the United States, this collection was produced and annotated brilliantly by former Creem editor and writer Ben Edmonds. It was issued for the first time in 2001, but has been digitally remastered in 24-bit audio and includes virtually every track any serious fan of Mink DeVille would want, from "Venus of Avenue D" and "Cadillac Walk" to "Spanish Stroll," "Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl" "'A' Train Lady," "Guardian Angel," and "Just to Walk That Little Girl Home." The band was fortunate enough to work with the late great Jack Nitzsche, Steve Douglas, and Doc Pomus. During the punk era, this was saying something. Mink DeVille may have played the punk clubs, and they had the attitude, but musically they were rooted in American traditional rock & roll, soul, and blues. This collection, now in stellar sound, is a testament to one of the greatest all-but-unsung legacies in rock history







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