Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl
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Willy DeVille
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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".


  • 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."


  • 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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