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One Of The Best!!

Have no idea what the writer of the headline Review was thinking of!! This album is one of the very best of Willy DeVille's career & is crammed with highlights. Too nervous & studied? Absolute nonsense. Willy lets rip in uninhibited fashion on the amazing 'Ballad Of The Hoodlum Priest' which has yet to fail to impress any of my visitors- but it really does benefit from being played LOUD! Come to think of it, most of Willy's stuff does. Right. I'm about to take a bit of a risk here & declare this record to be arguably Willy DeVille's last truly GREAT album, although perhaps not quite as great as 'Backstreets Of Desire' (it's a close thing though). This is a lesson in sheer class from start to finish. The duet with Brenda Lee, 'You'll Never Know', is often singled out for special mention & deservedly so since it is rather extraordinary, but 'Hoodlum Priest' & 'No Such Pain As Love' rank as among the best tracks the man ever recorded. This is an album which yields more with every spin & I've been spinning it regularly ever since it was first issued back in 1996 or thereabouts. It's a classic, simple as that.


Born: 25 August 1950 in Stamford, CT

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The roots of American music, including the blues, R&B, and Cajun music, gave Willy DeVille's (born William Borsey) late-'70s punk band, Mink DeVille, its unique flavor. A quarter of a century later, DeVille continued to blend musical traditions and postmodern intensity. A self-taught guitarist, DeVille found his early inspiration in the blues of John Hammond Jr., Muddy Waters, and John Lee Hooker. Determined to become a musician, he moved to London in 1971, hoping to latch on with a British band....
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