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David Coverdale - White Snake (1977)

David Coverdale - White Snake (1977)

Tracklist front / back album covers
David Coverdale - White Snake

Side one
"Lady" (Coverdale, Micky Moody) – 3:48
"Blindman" – 6:01
"Goldies Place" – 5:03
"Whitesnake" (Coverdale, Moody) – 4:22

Side two
"Time on My Side" (Coverdale, Moody) – 4:26
"Peace Lovin' Man" – 4:53
"Sunny Days" – 3:31
"Hole in the Sky" – 3:23
"Celebration" (Coverdale, Moody) – 4:11

David Coverdale Band Members / Musicians

David Coverdale – lead vocals, piano, percussion

Micky Moody – guitars, percussion, backing vocals

Tim Hinkley – organ, percussion, vocals

Ron Aspery – saxophone (baritone, tenor, alto, and soprano), flute

DeLisle Harper – bass, percussion, vocals

Roger Glover – bass, melodica, ARP 2600 synthesizer, percussion, vocals, production

Simon Phillips – drums, percussion

Liza Strike, Helen Chappelle, Barry St. John – backing vocals

White Snake is the first solo album by David Coverdale, released in February 1977. Coverdale would use the album title as the name of his future band, first known as "David Coverdale's Whitesnake" and soon afterwards shortened to Whitesnake.

David Coverdale (born 22 September 1951) is an English rock singer-songwriter best known for his work with Whitesnake, a hard rock band he founded in 1978. Before Whitesnake, Coverdale was the lead singer of Deep Purple from 1973 to 1976, after which he established his solo career. A collaboration with Jimmy Page resulted in a 1993 album that was certified Platinum. In 2016, Coverdale was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Deep Purple, giving one of the band's induction speeches. Coverdale is known in particular for his powerful blues-tinged voice.

David Coverdale Discography Full - Solo

White Snake (1977)

Northwinds (1978)

"The Last Note of Freedom" – song featured on the Days of Thunder soundtrack (1990)

Coverdale and Page (with Jimmy Page) (1993)

Into the Light (2000)

Guest performances

1974 Roger Glover – The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast ("Behind the Smile")

1974 Jon Lord – Windows – 2nd Movement, Gemini

1976 Eddie Hardin – Wizard's Convention ("Money To Burn")

1978 Barbi Benton – Ain't That Just The Way (co-writer 
of "Up in the Air")

1990 Steve Vai – Passion and Warfare ("For the Love of God")

1992 Bernie Marsden – The Friday Rock Show Sessions (four live recordings from 1981: "Who’s Fooling Who?", 
"Shakey Ground", "Look At Me Now", "Byblos Shack")

1995 Young & Moody – The Nearest Hits Album (co-writer of "Sunrise To Sunset")

2000 Bernie Marsden – And About Time Too ("Who's Fooling Who", live recording from '81, only on reissue of the album)

2003 Tony Franklin – Wonderland ("Sunshine Lady")

2014 Adrian Vandenberg – Moonkings ("Sailing Ships")

2014 Bernie Marsden – Shine ("Trouble")

2015 Phil Collen's Delta Deep – Delta Deep ("Private Number")

Film & TV appearances
1977 The Butterfly Ball
1990 Days of Thunder
2011 Metal Evolution
2012 A Passion for the Vine
2013 Behind The Music Remastered, ep. Deep Purple
2016 Here I Go Again: David Coverdale

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