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My only comment, is this could have easily been a 2 cd set, and neither would leave my stereo for months at a time — at least until the next WS release.

Love it but one of my faves was omitted. Blind man? Help me thro the night? We wish you well? Such a great back catalogue but omitted.

AWEsome remix and remaster. I just keep missing the really old WS songs. The Last three albums should not have been covered in these collections.

Whitesnake are the only ones who can have remixes and they sound so different in a good way. Hope we get a doug Aldrich set!

So, none of the old songs at all? Love all the songs covered here. And the video for Is This Love! Thank you David for doing this for us!

This will be the icing on the cake for my Whitesnake collection! Love You! Pingback: Whitesnake to release new 'Love Songs' compilation in November as part of its themed trilogy series Not a fan of compilations of songs I already have!

On 11 February , Whitesnake announced they would be playing a festival slot at Download Festival in England on 14 June via their official website.

They also announced Def Leppard would be playing on the same day as the headliners. After seeing a specialist, it was announced on 12 August that Coverdale was suffering from severe vocal fold edema and a left vocal fold vascular lesion, and the band had to withdraw from the remainder of Judas Priest tour.

In early February , David Coverdale announced that his voice seemed to have fully recovered from the trauma that sidelined him and the band on the Priest tour.

He stated that he had been recording new demos, aiming for a new Whitesnake album. In June , Whitesnake announced they would be releasing their own wine, a Zinfandel, described by David Coverdale as "filled to the brim with the spicy essence of sexy, slippery Snakeyness The album Forevermore was released as a special edition Snakepack through Classic Rock magazine on 25 March , a full 3 weeks before its commercial release.

The fan pack includes the full, official new album Forevermore , a page magazine, poster and pin badge.

It did, however, show signs of Whitesnake's slow rebuild of support in the US with the album charting at number 49 — the band's highest charting album since the 80s.

In November , Whitesnake and Journey along with special guests Thunder announced an eight date UK Tour in , where the two bands will appear onstage together for the first time ever.

Drummer Brian Tichy announced on 4 January that he had left Whitesnake in order to focus on his other band, S. On 25 January , it was announced that former drummer Tommy Aldridge would be rejoining the band.

The new cover album was released 15 May via Frontiers Records. On 17 April , the Italian vocalist and instrumentalist Michele Luppi Secret Sphere , former Vision Divine was announced as their new keyboardist and backing vocalist, replacing Brian Ruedy.

The band embarked on a worldwide tour dubbed The Greatest Hits during the summer of In August , Whitesnake signed a distribution deal with Rhino Entertainment in North America and Japan and internationally through Parlophone , covering most of their albums, including their self-titled album and a new studio album in In September , the band announced that their next album was set for a tentative spring release.

On 25 June , The New York Times Magazine listed Whitesnake among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the Universal fire.

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It all comes in a handsome, hefty, well-made box that feels in the hand as if you are holding a tome of literature. In fact, David Coverdale himself said it felt like holding The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and from a rock perspective it is just as epic As you can see from the picture I took moments after taking off the cellophane as eagerly as a kid at Christmas, there are lots of goodies.

There is a handsome poster of the album cover that will soon be framed and hanging with my other favorite rock posters.

Now, working our way counterclockwise from the top left of the photo, we see the exquisite page, hardback book chock full of photos from the era and text detailing everything you could want to know about the meteoric rise of this multi-platinum stunnner.

You can hear individual tracks and instruments more sharply, and often the low-end sounds are clarified, which contrasts them with the high-end vocals.

It is as if the lines of a sculpture have been chiseled anew, not differently, but to make the cuts deeper and to bring the details into sharper relief.

This last track is a true gem, one that may be unknown, criminally and tragically so, to many. At the bottom left you can see the DVD, which is the first item I played in this treasure box.

It starts off with the four MTV videos restored and remastered in 5. Watching these takes you back to that golden age of rock videos and music television.

It examines everything from Hugh Syme's design of the now iconic Whitesnake amulet, Tawny Kitaen's replacement of Claudia Schiffer in the videos, and of course the making of the music.

Backstage and behind-the-scenes clips are interlaced with footage from various concerts on that tour, and the effect is that you are reminded just how much fun rock was in those days.

The hair is big, the costumes are flashy, and taking me back to the days of my youth as it did, it darn near brought a happy tear to my eye.

Next in the picture you see the disc of "Snakeskin Boots," which was the second disc I couldn't wait to open.

It contains twelve tracks recorded live in June of in Tokyo. This is the mighty Whitesnake at the height of their hair-metal glory. I once asked David on the old Whitesnake bulletin board whether he had sung it or Deep Purple's "Mistreated" more often, and he replied that it would be hard to tell.

I love all of the countless versions I have listened to, and it is indeed one for the famous Whitesnake Choir that David loves and appreciates so much to join in on with full-throated abandon.

Of course the track that gets the crowd to blow the roof off the place is Track 10, "Still Of The Night. On on the bottom right is the disc "87 Evolutions," filled with demos and rehearsals.

I love this kind of thing. It's like unearthing an original manuscript of a famous work and seeing how it changed over time. We hear alternative arrangements and lyrics, and by gaining access to these works in progress, we are taken deep into the creative process.

If you are the kind of person who loves rockumentaries and the nitty-gritty of music development as I do, you will enjoy this disc. The last disc in the picture is the complete '87 album remastered.

It includes the full eleven tracks from the European edition, but in a different order from either the U.

The sounds are a bit cleaner than the original, and anything that opens with "Still Of The Night" is going to be a scorcher.

In the upper right corner of the picture, you will notice a small, purple booklet. It includes all the lyrics to the songs along with David Coverdale's own handwriting, including the crossing out of words he decided against.

How many versions of Whitesnake do you need to own? You have the European version and the US versions, which have different tracks and running orders Hello, Beatles?

The answer is that THIS Remastered version of this multi-platinum album is the only one you need.

In fact, if this album is within your top 20 favorite rock albums, then you probably need the Deluxe Version.

The sound of the Remaster sounds fantastic to me. I know when something sounds like 'Death Magnetic', and this most certainly does not. I'll leave it to someone else to determine if the sound doesn't pass a more advanced ear.

Each tune from the album starts off in its most raw form. David singing usually just the skeleton of the lyrics, but the vocal melody already present.

David or someone else may clap to keep the beat, and Sykes plays along. A minute or two later the song morphs to a more mature stage with almost complete lyrics, maybe bass and a drum machine added.

The song usually evolves to decent sounding demos with the full band, including Neil Murray on bass and Ansley Dumbar on drums. Whitesnake in this configuration was a tight little heavy metal unit.

This lineup never did get to tour or promote the finished album so any additional material from these sessions is a real treat.

I do miss Sykes guitar tone a bit when going from the studio album to the live album, but I can get past that because what Adrian and Vivian did on this tour is excellent.

Tommy Aldridge gets a great drum sound on this, and his playing is a joy to listen to. Anyway, the only fault I can find with this live release is the sub-par background vocals.

This show appears to be sourced from the Olympic Pool in Tokyo, June 13 There is an existing soundboard bootleg of the show but it does not come close to the great sound that Coverdale has achieved for this release.

I have not compared the official and unofficial releases to know which songs he may have cut and pasted with better versions from other shows, but it does not matter to me anyway as it flows perfectly.

It certainly did sound different to my ears and I will need to return to this and update the review at a later time. Essential to have in order to gather the odd and ends, all the bits and pieces of the album.

The DVD with the remastered videos from the album is stunning. The look and sound of these videos is excellent, and they aged surprisingly well, IMO.

The videos are followed by an essential 30 minute documentary with David, speaking about the making of the album and the events leading up to it, and yes, the implosion of that lineup.

I was literally at the edge of my seat watching him talk about this album, and rewinding parts to make sure he said what I thought I heard.

You want a spoiler? After the mini-doc comes a new 'Here I Go Again' video with concert, backstage and behind the scenes footage.

The great thing about this is that it's a completely alternate take of the song, different vocals, different solo, very cool. Finally there is a 15 minute pro-shot from the tour.

I was a bit unsure if I needed to spend the money on this box set. Then I thought about the excellent price of this thing and what you get for that price.

For one of my favorite albums ever, it was a no-brainer. It is currently the pride of my collection.

Well done Mr. I was worried that there wouldn't be enough here to make this purchase worthwhile I was wrong.

The album remastering is fine, nothing amazing, but it sounds nice and modern as you'd expect. The beauty in this package is in the bonus materials.

The Snakeskin Boots live disc is outstanding. It is a very nice soundboard recording. The "making of" video and music videos are cool, nice fun viewing.

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Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. Neil Murray. Johnston was the keyboardist for Whitesnake's first few shows, but was not credited as a full band member.

Solley replaced Johnston and performed on Snakebite , but was still credited as a "special guest" performer. In the absence of a full-time keyboardist, Seratte performed on the tour promoting 's Slip of the Tongue.

Snakebite Trouble Lovehunter Live Ready an' Willing Live Slide It In Whitesnake Versions David Coverdale — lead vocals Doug Aldrich — guitar, backing vocals Reb Beach — guitar, backing vocals Marco Mendoza — bass, backing vocals Tommy Aldridge — drums, percussion Timothy Drury — keyboards, backing vocals.

David Coverdale — lead vocals Doug Aldrich — guitar, backing vocals Reb Beach — guitar, backing vocals Uriah Duffy — bass, backing vocals Tommy Aldridge — drums, percussion Timothy Drury — keyboards, backing vocals.

Live: In the Shadow of the Blues David Coverdale — lead vocals Doug Aldrich — guitar, backing vocals Reb Beach — guitar, backing vocals Uriah Duffy — bass, backing vocals Chris Frazier — drums Timothy Drury — keyboards, backing vocals.

David Coverdale — lead vocals Doug Aldrich — guitar, backing vocals Reb Beach — guitar, backing vocals Michael Devin — bass, harmonica, backing vocals Brian Tichy — drums, percussion, backing vocals Timothy Drury — keyboards, backing vocals.

Forevermore David Coverdale — lead vocals Doug Aldrich — guitar, backing vocals Reb Beach — guitar, backing vocals Michael Devin — bass, harmonica, backing vocals Brian Tichy — drums, percussion, backing vocals Brian Ruedy — keyboards, backing vocals touring.

David Coverdale — lead vocals Doug Aldrich — guitar, backing vocals Reb Beach — guitar, backing vocals Michael Devin — bass, harmonica, backing vocals Tommy Aldridge — drums, percussion Brian Ruedy — keyboards, backing vocals touring.

David Coverdale — lead vocals Reb Beach — guitar, backing vocals Joel Hoekstra — guitar, backing vocals Michael Devin — bass, harmonica, backing vocals Tommy Aldridge — drums, percussion.

The sounds are a bit cleaner than the original, and anything that opens with "Still Of The Night" is going to be a scorcher. In the upper right corner of the picture, you will notice a small, purple booklet.

It includes all the lyrics to the songs along with David Coverdale's own handwriting, including the crossing out of words he decided against.

How many versions of Whitesnake do you need to own? You have the European version and the US versions, which have different tracks and running orders Hello, Beatles?

The answer is that THIS Remastered version of this multi-platinum album is the only one you need. In fact, if this album is within your top 20 favorite rock albums, then you probably need the Deluxe Version.

The sound of the Remaster sounds fantastic to me. I know when something sounds like 'Death Magnetic', and this most certainly does not.

I'll leave it to someone else to determine if the sound doesn't pass a more advanced ear. Each tune from the album starts off in its most raw form.

David singing usually just the skeleton of the lyrics, but the vocal melody already present. David or someone else may clap to keep the beat, and Sykes plays along.

A minute or two later the song morphs to a more mature stage with almost complete lyrics, maybe bass and a drum machine added.

The song usually evolves to decent sounding demos with the full band, including Neil Murray on bass and Ansley Dumbar on drums.

Whitesnake in this configuration was a tight little heavy metal unit. This lineup never did get to tour or promote the finished album so any additional material from these sessions is a real treat.

I do miss Sykes guitar tone a bit when going from the studio album to the live album, but I can get past that because what Adrian and Vivian did on this tour is excellent.

Tommy Aldridge gets a great drum sound on this, and his playing is a joy to listen to. Anyway, the only fault I can find with this live release is the sub-par background vocals.

This show appears to be sourced from the Olympic Pool in Tokyo, June 13 There is an existing soundboard bootleg of the show but it does not come close to the great sound that Coverdale has achieved for this release.

I have not compared the official and unofficial releases to know which songs he may have cut and pasted with better versions from other shows, but it does not matter to me anyway as it flows perfectly.

It certainly did sound different to my ears and I will need to return to this and update the review at a later time.

Essential to have in order to gather the odd and ends, all the bits and pieces of the album. The DVD with the remastered videos from the album is stunning.

The look and sound of these videos is excellent, and they aged surprisingly well, IMO. The videos are followed by an essential 30 minute documentary with David, speaking about the making of the album and the events leading up to it, and yes, the implosion of that lineup.

I was literally at the edge of my seat watching him talk about this album, and rewinding parts to make sure he said what I thought I heard.

You want a spoiler? After the mini-doc comes a new 'Here I Go Again' video with concert, backstage and behind the scenes footage. The great thing about this is that it's a completely alternate take of the song, different vocals, different solo, very cool.

Finally there is a 15 minute pro-shot from the tour. I was a bit unsure if I needed to spend the money on this box set.

Then I thought about the excellent price of this thing and what you get for that price. For one of my favorite albums ever, it was a no-brainer.

It is currently the pride of my collection. Well done Mr. I was worried that there wouldn't be enough here to make this purchase worthwhile I was wrong.

The album remastering is fine, nothing amazing, but it sounds nice and modern as you'd expect. The beauty in this package is in the bonus materials.

The Snakeskin Boots live disc is outstanding. It is a very nice soundboard recording. The "making of" video and music videos are cool, nice fun viewing.

The 87 Evolutions disc is a good listen. You get everything from boombox recordings with Coverdale improvising lyrics to finished out studio demos.

The 87 Versions disc is cool, some unheard studio stuff and remixes, very nicely done. For this price, this is a very nice package indeed.

All discs come is nice cardboard sleeve with cool artwork. Two thumbs waaaaaay up! See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries.

First of all can I just make an observation a lot of us can identify with. That excitement when the post arrives you hope your order has arrived.

Well this delivery was FAST. Ordered in the evening of the 3rd my two Whitesnake Cd's arrived approximately 6pm the following day.

I have actually always been a fan of the older Snake. I think Come and Get it was one of best Albums of the 80s. We kind of always new what we were going to get with a damn good Rock 'n' Roll Whitesnake Album.

So at the time we all ran down to our record store the day our local Record shop had in stock it was a race back home to get this on the deck.

We kind of all looked at each other with different expressions, excitement, disappointment and saddness. David Coverdale was attempting to break into the American market.

You either love it or hate it. However now I have eventually got to the point of a review hopefully before you have slid into a coma.

If you are a fan like me we put the Records down on some pretty old bits of kits then. Old pioneers and some old Hitachi equipment.

Now my car system has a more pure sound than those bits of kit. I am running a Bad now and some of my old CDs sound very dated.

The vocals punch but without any sacrifice of Guitar or percussion. But live footage does and I can honestly say I have seen better Bootlegs.

Yes, that bad guys. So, I it for your Remaster. It sounds great and in no way dated. Personally, I think some Albums should not be touched, they take you back to a time when the sound on the Record should remain that way.

Jimi Hendrix for instance and many more. Garbage Bonus Features. Lets get the bonus features out the way first,because they are crap. On the c. Save, for Doug Aldrich's lead guitar work,they are pretty unremarkable ,hardly essential versions,at all.

Tawny Kitaen doing,no doubt,what she did best,ahem. It all looks rather dated now,but at the time groundbreaking no doubt,I'm sure. Also on the DVD are live versions of these 4 singles.

Yet again,these are already available on the 'live in the Still of the Night' dvd,so please bare that in mind before you part with your cash for this Now to the main event;the album itself.

Personally,again,I'm disappointed with the mix. Just my view. If your a Whitesnake fan you will have this album. Trust me,the rest of the album is very,very strong also.

Strange that. The most intriguing thing here is found in the booklet. He also talks at length about marketing the video's for MTV USA,yet seems to forget that in ,virtually no-one in Britain had access to it!!!

Thanks Dave. Again,just my view. Please refer to my original review for more detail. One person found this helpful.

Waited a long time to get at right price now I have good album fast delivery. Plenty of great tracks.

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