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Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl
Featured in Episode
Artist(s)
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
Did Not Chart
Year Released
1977
Album
Cabretta
Writer(s)
Willy DeVille
RIAA Certification
NONE
Sequence song appears
Tubbs & Valerie check park for Lynette
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"Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl" is a song performed by Mink DeVille, recorded on the album Cabretta in 1977. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episode "Too Much, Too Late".

NotesEdit

  • Willy DeVille said about the song, "I know Mick Jagger likes it. It's about a woman I know who was drug addict. She was mixed up and she was shook up. That's what it's about."

PersonnelEdit

  • Willy DeVille - vocals, guitar, harmonica
  • Thomas R. "Manfred" Allen, Jr. – drums
  • Steve Douglas – saxophone
  • Louis X. Erlanger – guitar, background vocals
  • The Immortals (Max Bowman, Val Heron & Mike Johnson) - background vocals
  • Bobby Leonards – piano, keyboards
  • Allen Rabinowitz - background vocals
  • Rubén Sigüenza – bass


External LinksEdit

Link to DeVille Interview

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