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Proper bluesy hard rock,
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This is the direction that Whitesnake should have gone in back in the 80s rather than the big hair glam metal of 1987 and Slip of the Tongue. I guess we know who the real talent of that legendary early line up was now (Moody, Murray and Marsden).
If you are a fan of those early Whitesnake days (the Moody/Murray connection here) and Bad Company, then you will love this band. The singer, Chris Ousey (who incidentally is right up there with the best vocalists in the country at the moment) even has an air of Paul Rogers about him which is definitely no bad thing.
This year promises to be a good year for hard and classic rock releases and we are off to a flying start with this one.
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Initial post: 3 May 2013, 09:00:54 BST
barry b says:
the real talent of the ealy line up ? where have they been then
Posted on 5 Dec 2013, 14:09:37 GMT
Don't forget Ian Paice and Jon Lord! David Cover'version' as Robert Plant so aptly put it was a good singer and front man, but as the hair got bigger and the sound got more Americanised they lost the plot. Saw them at Donington when Steve Vai was with them and they were really so far gone it was embarrasing. Thunder blew them off stage that day. This reminds me of those early days and it is a fond memory. Sounds like a work of love and integrity so far removed from the bloated corpse that is now Whitesnake.
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