Crow Jane Alley is an album by Willy DeVille. It was recorded in 2004 in Los Angeles. For this album, DeVille was joined by members of the Chicano rock band Quetzal, David Hidalgo of Los Lobos, and Peruvian Afro-Cuban jazz drummer Alex Acuña, among other prominent musicians. Crow Jane Alley was produced by John Philip Shenale, the third album Shenale produced for DeVille.
Right There, Right Then
Downside of Town
My Forever Came Today
Crow Jane Alley (For Jack)
Muddy Waters Rose Out of the Mississippi Mud
Come a Little Bit Closer
Slave to Love
(Don't Have a) Change of Heart
Trouble Comin' Every Day in a World Gone Wrong
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