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Re:Whitesnake on Frontiers 9 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
I've rarely been disappointed with any album Coverdale has appeared on in his entire career. I agree that "Restless Heart" was probably when he was at his lowest point, but even on that you had some great songs like the title track, "Woman Trouble Blues", "All In The Name Of Love" and "Too Many Tears" (I prefer it to the "Into The Light" version).

Agree about the Brian Howe record - great stuff!
 
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whitesnake 87 was awesome, slip of the tonge was ok just for steve vai. thought the new one was quite good. i downloaded some stuff which had all different songs on from early stuff and with jimmy page. didn't like much of the old stuff but the tracks with jimmy weren't bad. is that album worth getting?
 
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I'd say absolutely, Coverdale/Page was a great record. Not a weak one on it for my money, and if you're into Zeppelin there's probably enough in the style of Jimmy's playing and writing on it to be of interest to you.
 
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I'll back up that.

Coverdale/Page is an excellent album that still sounds fresh all these years down the line and whilst many sneered at old Cov' going all Zep, it's only because Page was doing what comes naturally to him.

Have to say I'm a huge fan of early Whitesnake, to my ears it's blues based music with bags of heart and balls!
 
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