I found it hard to believe, too, and remember, I posted that I read about the 4 songs many years later, I have no idea if Whitesnake only played 4 songs at my show, or any other, which is why I'm asking here, hopefully someone knows definitively; I did a google search after posting, and I found a few shows, that were played within 3-4 weeks of the one I attended, where Whitesnake played 7 songs, but no mention if it was an opening slot for Motley Crue...I also found that Whitesnake had played Texxas Jam 3 months prior, they were the 3rd act, I remembered the first 2 (Boston, Aerosmith), but not Whitesnake, probably because the 1987 album had not yet exploded by then. Many artists are now doing concerts where they perform a classic album in its entirety. It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by houston, Jun 9, 2011. Keyboard players Don Airey and Bill Cuomo were brought in to record some keyboard parts, as well as Dutch guitar player Adrian Vandenberg to record the guitar solo for the re-recorded version of the song "Here I Go Again". A 30th anniversary "super deluxe" reissue came on 6 October 2017, a 4CD/DVD package containing the original album in a newly remastered format along with a live recording from their 1987-1988 tour, demos/rehearsals, remixes and the DVD of music videos and tour bootlegs. 2 outstanding live performers! Thread Status: Not open … A limited edition vinyl LP picture disc, with the European track listing and title, was released by Rhino Records on 21 April 2018 as a Record Store Day exclusive. Coverdale was also discussing the possibility of Vandenberg soon joining Whitesnake. Following the release and promotion of his debut solo album White Snake in 1977, vocalist David Coverdale formed the band of the same name the following February, with the initial lineup including guitarists and backing vocalists Micky Moody and Bernie Marsden, bassist Neil Murray, drummer Dave "Duck" Dowle and touring keyboardist Brian Johnston. Michele Luppi - Keyboard, backing vocals More. How did this association come about? DC… There are no studio out-takes simply because I do not have access to my original multi track tapes… You’ll have to wait ’til I get them back to search thro’ them for that kind of thing… Record companies don’t like the artists who create the work getting anywhere near them, for some reason… I’m still learning thro’ my website that some people want just about anything at their fingertips… regardless of quality… That’s a bit of a tough one for me… If you’ve followed the horrid, scraping the barrel albums that Deep Purple’s old management throw out there without our blessing, you may understand my reluctance to stick just any old thing on a record under the name Whitesnake… Even then, I know some people seem to delight in scratchy videos… Crappy sounding shows… I don’t get it… but, I’m trying to understand…, I haven’t closed the door on researching more of this avenue of questionable delights from my sordid past for possible inclusion in future projects… As anyone who has seriously followed my career knows I have always tried to maintain strict quality standards for Whitesnake… to make sure you get as much bang for your buck, as possible… & I will continue to do that as long as I can… If we utilise bootleg audio or visuals, you can be assured they will be the best quality we can find… then someone will probably tell us they have a copy much better than ours!
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