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Live.... In the Heart of the City/Live at Hammersmith [Bonus Disc]

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All Music Guide - Eduardo Rivadavia
Virtually every hard rock band in the universe managed to release a live usually double album in the late '70s, and Whitesnake were certainly no exception. Live.... In the Heart of the City does a pretty good job of collecting the highlights from the band's first four releases, as well as a few Deep Purple standards singer David Coverdale, organist Jon Lord, and drummer Ian Paice are all Purple alumni. Whitesnake favorites such as "Walking in the Shadow of the Blues," "Ready an' Willing," and "Fool for Your Loving" heat up the crowd, but it's the extended version of "Lovehunter" that gets things boiling, thanks to Micky Moody's extended slide guitar solo. The audience...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Eduardo Rivadavia
Virtually every hard rock band in the universe managed to release a live usually double album in the late '70s, and Whitesnake were certainly no exception. Live.... In the Heart of the City does a pretty good job of collecting the highlights from the band's first four releases, as well as a few Deep Purple standards singer David Coverdale, organist Jon Lord, and drummer Ian Paice are all Purple alumni. Whitesnake favorites such as "Walking in the Shadow of the Blues," "Ready an' Willing," and "Fool for Your Loving" heat up the crowd, but it's the extended version of "Lovehunter" that gets things boiling, thanks to Micky Moody's extended slide guitar solo. The audience participation on "Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City" provides another thrilling moment, but the band truly brings the house down with a last encore of Deep Purple's "Mistreated" -- a blues of monstrous proportions that becomes an 11-minute catharsis for Coverdale. [The 2007 two-disc reissue included bonus cuts.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/20/2007
  • Label: Emd Int'l
  • UPC: 094638195924
  • Catalog Number: 381959
  • Sales rank: 45,659

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Whitesnake Primary Artist
Jon Lord Keyboards
Bernie Marsden Guitar
David Coverdale Percussion, Piano, Vocals
David Dowle Drums
Micky Moody Guitar
Neil Murray Bass
Ian Paice Drums
Stuart Wickes Keyboards
Technical Credits
Whitesnake Composer
Martin Birch Producer, Engineer
Martin Fisher Live Sound
William Fyffe Contributor
Alan Gordon Contributor
Helen Contributor
Peter Mew Remastering
Barry Newman Engineer, Contributor
Hugh Gilmour Reissue Art, Reissue Design
John Pasche Art Direction
George Bodnar Insert Photography
Steve Payne Stage Manager
Ashley Williams Stage Manager, Stage Monitor Engineer
Jeff Cummins Cover Art, Cover Painting
Nick Sholem Engineer
Geoff Barton Sleeve Notes
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