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Whitesnake (DVD)


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  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Coming Home Studios
  • DVD Release Date: 6 Mar 2006
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00095L93S
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 258,566 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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On "Live – In The Still Of The Night", the first official Whitesnake-DVD to appear on the European market, David takes us close to the beating heart of the white snake: into London's Hammersmith Apollo. There, the live show was recorded with 13 cameras during Whitesnake’s 2004 tour and preserved for posterity. The resulting excellent, high quality pictures allow the viewer to fly high over the heads of the seething crowd or get right up close to David. The band line-up is top notch: the highly energetic, powerful Doug Aldrich ( Dio, Lion) and the exceptional Reb Beach (e.g. Winger, Alice Cooper) impress here just as much as the ultimate beast behind the drum-kit, Tommy Aldridge (e.g. Ozzy Osbourne, Quiet Riot, Gary Moore ). In short – here you are, "Live...In The Still Of The Night", you see Whitesnake captured in the still of a glorious night to remember...unlike anything the world has seen so far from them. Whitesnake, an immortal band, have managed to set themselves yet another unforgettable memorial of who they are...doing what they do best.

Region: 2; System Format: PAL; Certificate: E; Running Concert Time: 110 mins; Audio Format: 5.1 Dolby, SRS & DTS surround sound; Language: English; Aspect Ratio: 16-9.

Review

"A belting in-concert package" **** -- Record Collector

"All the classics dusted off for one grand show... 2006 could well become the year of the Snake" 7/10 -- Metal Hammer

"Money has been spent here, and it shows. Musically and visually, it's energetic, engaging and highly entertaining" **** -- DVD Review

"Rock legends capture stunning live return on celluloid" **** -- Kerrang!

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dr Nick VINE VOICE on 7 Feb 2006
This DVD was filmed in 2004 at the Hammersmith Odeon (it's true name, none of this Apollo stuff), and clearly a lot of work has gone into it. Over 20 cameras, slick visuals and top notch production make this DVD easy on the eye. The director managed to have a heart attack last year, which delayed things somewhat.
The set listing is:
01. Burn (with brief Stormbringer section)
02. Bad Boys
03. Love Ain't No Stranger
04. Ready An Willing
05. Is This Love
06. Give Me All Your Love
07. Judgement Day
08. Snake Dance
09. Cryin' In The Rain
10. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City
11. Don't Break My Heart Again
12. Fool For Your Lovin'
13. Here I Go Again
14. Take Me With You
15. Still Of The Night
The band is an interesting line-up, which will please generic rock fans, and probably annoy those who have been fans since the early days (ie Marsden/Moody era). The idea seems to be to use the 1987 vibe as a template.
Doug Aldrich plays very much in the John Sykes mode (Still of the Night/Bad Boys, that sort of thing), and is very VERY good.
Reb Beach (ex-Winger/Alice Cooper) is more of a Steve Vai-ish player in this context - fast scales, loads of tapping, wang bar excesses and wierd harmonics.
They play together very well, and appear to be having a blast (mind you, any guitarist with a half-decent job these days ought to be happy!).
Marco Mendoza on bass is very versatile, total poser, good stuff.
Tommy Aldridge is an animal on drums - you don't realise how good he is until you experience him live.
And Timothy Drury on keys is excellent, gets to show off in Burn, and is audible throughout the DVD, which is unusual for a rock band - and very welcome.
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By G. Lewis on 10 July 2007
I'd never really been a huge fan of Whitesnake. I have their greatest hits and enjoyed listening to it but when I saw this DVD at a mates house I was instantly converted! I had seen Doug Aldrich in the 'Holy Diver - Live' DVD by Dio so was familiar with his posing! David Coverdale was excellent and didn't drag the songs out like his former Deep Purple colleague Ritchie Blackmore likes to do. Overall, this is an excellent concert so I would buy it now!!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By shinysteve on 17 Feb 2006
This is a stupendously good memoir of a rock concert – whether you are a fan of Whitesnake or not.
Camera angles, image mixing, effects, etc - someone has gone to great lengths to capture the sights, sound and energy of a great rock concert – and done a rather good job of it!
As one of the Whitesnake faithful who saw them on the 2004 tour (though not at the gig recorded here) – it’s a wonderful reminder of a memorable night. David Coverdale still wears the crown as far as vocals/stage persona is concerned – and has once again surrounded himself with a band of superior musicians who breath new life and energy into the Whitesnake classics. All the songs featured sound great – even after all these years – but my personal favourite is the live rendition of “Here I Go Again” – best version I’ve heard yet!
If you didn’t catch the 2004 tour then this is definitely worth a look – the footage is so good that it gives a very real feel of what it was like to be at the concert – a rare achievement.
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