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Whitesnake (Official Thread)

Discussion in '80's Music' started by Drummer Chris, Dec 7, 2005.

  1. Dairenn

    Dairenn Recording Artist

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    I plan to pick up both the Made in Japan DVD and Made in Britain CDs. His new band sounds amazing and David's still got the pipes in spite of the the years of wear and tear.
     
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    David Coverdale Interview With Masa Ito

     
  3. Sox

    Sox Avoiding The Swan Song

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    I've been giving the first six albums some real thump on the old player. I don't think Coverdale and his various band mates ever did a really bad album but for me those first half dozen are just quality.
     
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    Dude111 An Awesome Dude

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    I love thier song HERE I GO AGAIN but not the album version. the SINGLE I used to hear on the radio!!! -- MUCH BETTER!!!!!!!!

    IS THIS LOVE is also good......
     
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    My bro met David Coverdale and his lads at a truck stop outside Cedar Rapids, Iowa, immediately following Whitesnake's concert. Very cool guy.
     
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    he`s a lucky bro...:grinthumb
     
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    Whitesnake "Ready And Willing" Tour 1980 Madison Square Garden NYC (c)Bill O'Leary

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  8. E-Z

    E-Z The blues had a baby named rock & roll

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    Just bought WHITESNAKE- SLIDE IT IN x6 cds plus dvd box set which cost £55 and SLIP OF THE TONGUE x6 cds plus dvd box set which also cost £55

    The 1990 Castle Donnington live gig featuring along with David Coverdale is Steve Vai, Adrian Vanenberg, Rudy Sarzo & Tommy Aldridge and is totally f**king awesome and is thankfully included in it's entirety as a cd & dvd as part of the SLIP OF THE TONGUE box set.
     
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    Like many old farts, for me Whitesnake ceased to be of interest once the Micky Moody-Bernie Marsden-Neil Murray line-up ceased to be - although I did enjoy 1987.

    I did see Bernie Marsden, not so long ago, performing a lot of the Whitesnake set from his days in the band, with Robert Hart on vocals. Took me right back to seeing the original band in 1979/80.
     

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