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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.

Thanks to Yvonne for the info.



Comment to “Nipples popping out”:

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    Uwe Hornung says:

    A Blues album from Whitesnake without Ain’t No Love in the Heart of the City or Blind Man is kind of self-defeating – it’s not his fault, he writes that he just doesn’t have the rights for those.

    I listened to the CD a few days ago – all the freshening up touches on some tracks can’t hide the fact how strained and heavily processed his voice is on the more recent tracks.

    David’s new found and very vocal love for Hammond sounds reminds me of an interview he did in the mid-80ies (the Sykes/Powell/Murray line-up with cruelly hidden keyboards) where his comment to a journo’s question on what he thought of the Perfect Strangers album was a rather unkind (and probably irritated) “Well, it’s nice to hear Jon Lord play something other than a Hammond for once.” That echoed Sykes’ inane comment around the same time according to which allegedly “Jon’s organ sound dated us by around 10 years, I’m glad we’re a four-piece now”.

    But listen to the 1987 album today and “dated 80ies over-processed guitar sound” finds new meaning.

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