The Del-monas- Do The Uncle Willy CD. The musical influences on The Del-monas 'Do The Uncle Willy' covers a wide range between rock n roll and rockabilly, running from Lesley Gore to Link Wray, with nods to more obscure Garage bands like the Zombies, Seeds and the Easybeats. However, what most characterizes 'So The Uncle Willy' is that it’s a clean synthesis of it’s influences. Thus, "Jealousy" isn’t a Monkees rip-off, though the Monkees might have done a rather fair job with it. "Lie Detector," which the Milkshakes turned into a Lennon anti-tribute, is played here for the first time and a number of other songs that Billy Childish gave the ringing endorsement to many years ago. This CD gives you an appreciation for the whole "Medway" scene in the UK through some pretty groovy songs played in a melodic, Sixties-styled beat garage kinda way.