Band Name Whitesnake. Album Name Live '84 Back to the Bone. Data de aparición 10 Noviembre 2014. Labels Frontiers Records. Estilo MusicalHard Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum6.
The period of Whitesnake's history where they just starting to break out will be captured in a new DVD. On Nov. 11, they will release 'Live in '84 - Back to the Bone,' a compilation from the tour in support of that year's 'Slide It I. The trailer can be found above. Brave Words reports that lead singer David Coverdale worked with producer Michael McIntyre to track down quality footage from that tour. Coverdale noted the historical significance of this lineup of Whitesnake, as several of its members have since passed away. It’s still hard for me to find the words when remembering that half the incredible band who originally recorded the ‘Slide It In’ album with me have passed away, he said . All amazing people and amazing musicians. Their memories live on in our hearts and in the music they made.
An exciting archive release from Whitesnake showing the band in an evolutional phase, which would soon bring them to the incredible success of their 1987 self-titled release. Live in 84 Back to the Bone' showcases the fabulous line-up of ll-Murray live at the Super Rock Festival in Japan. It also adds, as a very special bonus, the last live performance of Jon Lord with the band, recorded in Sweden.
Now it’s the 30th anniversary of the Slide It In album, so David has issued a live retrospective set from that period too. A CD and DVD set documenting the John Sykes years is almost a guaranteed slam dunk in itself, but how does it stack up when we break it down? Let us take a look at the DVD and CD portions in detail
Live In 84 05. Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues. Whitesnake℗2014 Back To The Bone. Live In 84 08. Crying In The Rain. Live In 84 07. Guitar Solo. Live In 84 01. Gambler. Live In 84 04. Slow An' Easy. Live In 84 12. Live In 84 11. Ready An' Willing. Live In 84 06.
Following the release and promotion of his debut solo album White Snake in 1977, vocalist David Coverdale formed the band of the same name the following February, with the initial lineup including guitarists and backing vocalists Micky Moody and Bernie Marsden, bassist Neil Murray, drummer Dave "Duck" Dowle and touring keyboardist Brian Johnston. After their first few shows, the group replaced. In 1994, Coverdale revived Whitesnake following the breakup of Coverdale,Page, touring between June and October in promotion of Greatest Hits. The band's lineup included returning members Vandenberg and Sarzo, in addition to Ratt guitarist Warren DeMartini, former Coverdale,Page touring drummer Denny Carmassi, and backup keyboardist Paul Mirkovich. At the end of the run, the group's contract with. Live in '84: Back to the Bone (2014).