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  • Audio CD (15 Mar 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000024ZWL
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,762 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  5. Over Now 5:23£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Feeling Hot 4:11£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Easy Does It 5:52£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Take A Look At Yourself 5:02£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Don't Leave Me This Way 7:53£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Absolution Blues 5:59£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Whisper A Prayer For The Dying 6:54£0.99  Buy MP3 

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Excellant Condition, Light surface marks , Plays perfectly , Fast Despatch from the U.K

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By julie@steve33.freeserve.co.uk on 22 Dec 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is an album that`ll make your Gran get friction burns on her knees as she slides across the Axmister.I have never been a huge whitesnake fan but I may have to re-think as this combination works.You do not listen to this album as much as feel it with all your organs, climaxing in an uncontrolable urge to smile.
If you like commercial cliche rock then turn off now.
If you like the skillfull translation of the intangable into adrenaline AND pocess a volume knob that goes to 11 and not 10 then read on.
You will probably loose your neihbours in one afternoon as a result but this of course is yet another plus of the album.
I must admit I come to this guitar fest table from the Led Zep side and would sell my family to have seen them live, but I obviously have missed out on the other duet member as David Coverdales voice is nothing short of superb.It should also be said, and I don`t know who they are,that the session players, especially the drummer and keyboard player,deserve a special mention. I have this album on tape, which is why I am here because I want it on CD and those good old Amazon people are going to send it to me for such a small amout of money it would be worth it just to use it as a coaster.In the words of the bread advert, Jimmy is as good for you today as he`s always been, and David?, well, judge for your self, I`m off to listen to it!!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By James Choma on 8 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
I'm not sure why so many people, myself included, consider this album a guilty pleasure. Maybe it's because prior to its release, there were so many Whitesnake/Led Zeppelin (Coverdale/Plant) comparisons over the years, that something like this seems almost taboo. Plus, I recall reading that both Robert Plant and Jimmy Page were very critical of Adrian Vandenburg's liberal "borrowing" of Jimmy Page's violin bow and guitar technique for the "Still of the Night" video. So it was a surprise to see David Coverdale and Jimmy Page get together.

Upon first hearing of this pairing, the assumption was that we'd be treated to Led Zeppelin-Lite, so there defintely reservations about what the final product would sound like. Would David Coverdale try to emulate Robert Plant? Did Jimmy Page still have the guitar chops to make a relevant album?

The answer is yes. And as some other reviewers have stated, this is some of the best material Page has put out since leaving Led Zeppelin. It makes me wish Plant and Page picked up where this album left off when they reunited for the somewhat disappointing "Unledded" album.

Had Coverdale/Page been a Plant, Page, and Jones project, it would have made a much bigger splash on the music scene. Instead, this great album seemed to fly under the radar and fade away. There was a tour of Japan, but to my knowledge, no tour of the States. And that's a shame, because it would have been a treat to see these two in concert.

The stand-out songs for me are "Easy Does It," "Shake My Tree," and "It's Over Now," but I truly enjoy the album as a whole.

If you're a Led Zeppelin fan looking for a fix, don't feel guilty -- pick it up and give it a try.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By chris.stoakes@clara.co.uk on 13 Feb 2002
Format: Audio CD
For committed fans of Jimmy Page's guitar playing, this album is a treat and sounds even better than it did when first released in 1993. At the time there was much critical ho-humming over Page's choice of ex-hairdresser ex-Purple vox David "Whitesnake" Coverdale as his frontman. But Coverdale acquits himself well, providing an adequate vocal foil against which Page pits his guitar army, with earth-shaking riffs and exquisite ballads, bringing out intricate orchestrations of light and shade not heard since Physical Graffiti. The sound is lush and widescreen, making earlier outtings with The Firm and on his own solo Outrider seem - by Page's own admission - mere demos. There's no Kashmir here, but Over Now is a riff just waiting for Page to stumble upon and Shake My Tree starts with two disparate motifs, one on "Wailing Cairo guitar" and the other a one-chord skull-hammer, that combine majestically. The ballads Take Me For A Little While and Take A Look At Yourself demonstrate a soft-rock side to Page not hitherto seen, the former graced by some wonderfully melodic guitar decoration. Easy Does It concludes with a powerful acoustic outro that Page must have been hoarding for years. The album tails off towards the end and suffers from patchy lyrics - hence the docking of a star - but will be seen in retrospect as a high point of Page's post-Zeppelin career. He followed this with Plant reunions Unledded and Walking Into Clarksdale, the latter an album with a darker, bleaker texture akin to Presence. But on Coverdale Page, Jim was playing in the sunny uplands,which suggests that if he's looking for a final platform from which to show his chops before he hangs up that trusty Gibson, a further fling with Coverdale could be just the job.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris Perkins on 11 April 2008
Format: Audio CD
I've had this album for a long time, and recently revisited it, which included checking out some of the videos to be found on YouTube. I have to say there is some great stuff to be found here. As a long time fan of both Whitesnake and Led Zeppelin, it does seem as if DC and JP managed to combine their powers to good effect, even if that means ripping yourself off (see the lick for "Shake My Tree" and compare it to "Nobody's Fault But Mine"!). Page produces some superb stuff here, his best since Led Zep "Presence", particularly the solo on "Take Me For A Little While" and the riff to "Absolution Blues".

Another reviewer mentioned this album being a guilty pleasure, and I think that's spot on. If I have a reservation, it is that Coverdale spends a lot of his time singing in a higher register, and his blusier midrange doesn't really get a look in. I guess he felt that was the way to go, which is a shame, because he might have been able to fend off the 'Coverversion' accusations levelled at him by the likes of Paul Rogers and Robert Plant. Coverdale (possibly unfairly) has never enjoyed the kudos that Zep and Page (or Robert Plant for that matter) do, partly because he followed on, and let's face it, lifted the odd stylistic lead. Which is a shame, because If this had been a Zeppelin album, I do think people would regard it as a classic.

I'm hoping EMI will do a special edition someday, featuring the six tracks that never made it to the original cut, but I won't hold my breath!
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