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Nipples popping out

David Coverdale talks to a couple of Canadian dudes, promoting the latest tricolour Whitesnake compilatons. Also on the agenda: Jon Lord’s left hand, the flying Dutchmen, singing about lunches, Coverdale/Page, wildfires, classical artists, and many other things.

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Coverdale/Page may get a revamp

Blabbermouth reports that David Coverdale was on the Eddie Trunk show on February 18th, and spoke about a possible reissue of the Coverdale/Page album. He said that he obtained the rights to the album from the record company (Geffen, now owned by the Universal Music Group behemoth) and is in discussions with his co-conspirator about […]

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Just snap your fingers

David Coverdale dresses up and wishes you a Merry Christmas.

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There is a rash

David Coverdale talks to the Rhino Podcast. Amidst promoting the latest Whitesnake compilation Love Songs, he mentioned that with the things being what they are, he might not be able to tour again until 2022-ish.

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Legs to stand on

David Coverdale spoke to Rock Classics Radio on Apple Music Hits, and among more recent things, shed the light on his writing in th Purple days: It’s the old clich√© of they’re all your children. One of the questions I was asked at the management meeting for DEEP PURPLE was do I write. And I […]

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Family affair gone wrong

The second half of Coverdale’s interview to eonmusic starts off with David giving his account of the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony: I’d like to talk about Deep Purple’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2016; were you disappointed that Ritchie Blackmore didn’t attend? We’d been talking about it [Ritchie and […]

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Mixtapes and embellishments

David Coverdale spoke to eonmusic about various remixes, remasters and other embellishments of his back catalogue, prospects of Coveradle/Page reissue, and many other things. You wanted Rory [Gallagher] for Deep Purple, didn’t you, when Ritchie Blackmore left? I loved him so much that when Ritchie said he was leaving [in 1975], the first guitar player […]

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Housekeeper cooking body parts

David Coverdale talks to Darren Paltrowitz for the latter’s podcast. They spoke about degenerative arthritis, tax evasion, naked puppets, ear candy, handsome devils, coats of arms, choking on smoke, ancient Egypt, mutual respect, and in between it all, music.

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A little bit uplifted

David Coverdale recently spoke to The Cassius Morris Show podcast, and they’ve discussed how fast the bears move, ostrich eggs, box of tissues, changing wallpaper, revolving doors, baking, common sense of Yorkshiremen, Linda Lovelace, bastard children, and, occasionally, music.

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The man who reinvented the guitar

Eddie Van Halen passed away on Tuesday, October 6, from complications due to cancer. Ritchie Blackmore paid tribute to the fellow guitar wizard: Eddie Van Halen was a brilliant guitarist who started a technique of guitar playing which was emulated by a whole generation of guitarists. He was one of the nicest musicians I ever […]

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