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Ready An' Willing (Remastered / Expanded) Original recording remastered, Extra tracks

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  • Audio CD (8 May 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000EXZDOQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Fool For Your Loving (2006 Digital Remaster)
  2. Sweet Talker (2006 Digital Remaster)
  3. Ready An' Willing (2006 Digital Remaster)
  4. Carry Your Load (2006 Digital Remaster)
  5. Blindman (2006 Digital Remaster)
  6. Ain't Gonna Cry No More (2006 Digital Remaster)
  7. Love Man (2006 Digital Remaster)
  8. Black And Blue (2006 Digital Remaster)
  9. She's A Woman (2006 Digital Remaster)
  10. Love For Sale
  11. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City (Live at the Reading Festival '79)
  12. Mistreated (Live at the Reading Festival '79)
  13. Lovehunter (Live at the Reading Festival '79)
  14. Breakdown (Live at the Reading Festival '79)

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Ready an Willing is a great album of bluesy rock the front cover is as nice little black and white picture of the band which is less classic than the love hunter album cover but since its only the cover it doesn't really matter it actually does suit the music a bit though as it has a quite a laid back sound to it.

the album opens up with the now classic fool for your loving no more which is not the version that most people will remember it is the calmer and more laid back slower tempoed version which I prefer it feels more suited to the lyrics.

the next tack is sweet talker a faster paced good old fashioned sounding rock and roll song, with lots of stabby organ and boogie status quo sounding rhythm and also a COWBELL!!!!! woohooo the Drums onthis trac suitably rambunctious and stompy pounding the beat out for the rest of the band to build on it sound powerful and precise

Ready an Willing, this song opened up with absolute class and swagger a very groovy rhythm that just has SEX written all over it you can really dance to it, it then has the breakdown that sounds a bit funky which then explodes in to a solo of guitaring pleasure. its a top track and one of the best on the album possibly oneo whitesnakes best, should be a classic I can here the sort of funk, soul influence in it as well.

Carry Your Load, this song is quite straight forward, and sounds like classic whitesnake, its quite subdued in tempo, and is a good love song and has some good piano and organ accompaniment, it has lots of harmony and vocal melodies which is good for singing along too.
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If not the best then certainly one of the best Coverdale's albums. Blues and hard rock of top quality.
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Great band and album, unfortunately the remaster is apalling and another release where the dynamic range has been strangled to the point it makes your ears bleed. If you're an audiophile and have half decent equipment then avoid this.
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One of the best collection of rock recordings ever put together in my opinion.There is not one single track that does not match up in quality and lyrical finese to any other rock recording you could think of.From the classic Fool for your loving,to the haunting Blindman and the stomping tune of Ain't gonna cry no more.Coverdale & co have never matched this album for musical content and powerfull lyrics since this recording.I have personally seen Whitesnake eleven times in the past at various venues in G.B and every time i saw them they were fantastic !! Andy.
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By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 July 2010
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Was there ever a better Whitesnake album,im not sure,a fantastic release in its day and the remaster adds 5 bonus tracks.The eagle eyed fan will have spotted that the cover is a rejigged version of the photo on the back of the Trouble original album,hastily substituted at the time for a rather risque sleeve presented to Mr Coverdale by the artist that produced the Love Hunter sleeve.

Anyway,this is supreme 'Snake and indeed the album doesnt have a poor track,the original disc was nine glorious slices of Whitesnake from the opening hit single 'Fool For Your Lovin' which just struts out of the speaker followed by a double helping of sassy blues via 'Sweet Talker' and the title track,followed by 2 glorious Free/Bad Co influenced masterpieces in 'Carry Your Load' & 'Blindman',the former featuring superb vocals,the latter a reworking of a track from his first solo disc WHITESNAKE(1977),it was excellent then,sublime here before the wonderouss acoustic led 'Aint Gonna Cry No More',a truly epic Snake track with harmonies to die for,these six tracks as good as it gets and should always form the backbone of any Whitesnake set list,are you paying attention Mr Coverdale.Although almost impossible to follow what went before the last three tracks are excellent in their own right 'Love Man',tongue in cheek rythmn and blues,'Black and Blue',with quo riffin to the fore,and a typical declaration of his love for women on 'She's A Woman',fantastic stuff.

Bonus tracks: 1 studio track 'Love For Sale' an average work in progress if truth be told,the lyrics would be salvaged elsewhere in future releases.

The icing on the cake is the remaining 4 live tracks ,30 mins live from Reading 1979,excellent versions of 'Aint No Love...
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I own the original CD, but use Deezer to listen to music at work. That gave me the chance to compare the original and remastered versions. The difference is so stark it begs the question about the credentials of who performed the remaster. They should be shot. Anyone expecting a remaster to offer a better sound quality will be throwing their money away. The original is way more dynamic, punchy and has a much better separation of the sound stage. For an example, compare Blindman. The original has so much clarity compared to the destroyed remaster.

I have now also had the chance to compare the CD versions on my home set up. In short - don't waste your money on the remaster - hunt for the original.

This gives remastering a truly bad name. I will now be more careful about spending money on re-releases, and I'm going to try compare some of my other collection to see what other atrocities I can find. I suspect Whitesnake won't be the only victim!
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