Coverdale,Page is the only studio album by Whitesnake lead vocalist David Coverdale and former Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page (as Coverdale,Page), released by Geffen Records in North America & EMI internationally, on 15 March 1993. The album was recorded at Little Mountain Sound Studios in Vancouver, Criteria Studios in Miami, Granny's House in Reno, Nevada and Abbey Road Studios, London. Recording commenced in the fall of 1991 and concluded in early 1992.
Coverdale,Page was a musical collaboration featuring Whitesnake and former Deep Purple lead vocalist David Coverdale, and former Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. Their debut album, Coverdale,Page was released on 15 March 1993, reaching No. 4 in the UK and No. 5 on the US Billboard 200 chart. Five singles were released to promote the album: "Pride and Joy", "Shake My Tree", "Take Me for a Little While", "Take a Look at Yourself" and "Over Now".
Everything about Coverdale/Page, right down to the goofy copping of the Presence artwork, is an attempt to recapture the pompous majesty of Led Zeppelin. It doesn't succeed, of course, but it does leave all of the Zep clones in the dust. Although Jimmy Page plays better here than he has since 1979's In Through the Out Door, there is a conspicuous lack of solos. If you've never liked David Coverdale, his performance will not change your opinion. Both fare better on the rockers; the power ballads tend be slightly tedious.
Coverdale, Page – Coverdale, Page. Label: Sony Records – SRCS 6662. Released: 18 Mar 1993.
Coverdale,Page è il primo ed unico album in studio dell'omonimo supergruppo musicale formato dal cantante David Coverdale e il chitarrista Jimmy Page. Al disco parteciparono anche Denny Carmassi alla batteria e Ricky Phillips al basso. Dopo la registrazione del disco, la band si imbarcò in un tour in cui propose, oltre ai pezzi dell'album, anche brani degli Whitesnake e dei Led Zeppelin. Il tour otterrà tuttavia un successo minore rispetto alle aspettative, decretando la fine del progetto.
Coverdale/Page' was released on March 15, 1993. Any further chance to establish themselves as a distinct entity was dashed when a planned world tour was reduced to just a handful of dates in Japan, with Coverdale telling Jam, "The whole arrangement for the Coverdale/Page project was to go directly to the theaters, to the stage, and nothing, not even a whisper, came from Jimmy’s manager when the album. The following year, Page reunited with Plant for the successful No Quarter album and tour, signalling an abrupt end to this team-up, but.
The project officially began with some low grade recordings by the Coverdale-Page duo in 1991. The album tracks for the eponymous album were then recorded in several studios on both sides of the Atlantic over the winter of 1991/92. However, the album itself was delayed in post production for over a year until it was finally released in March 1993. Coverdale-Page by Coverdale-Page
Coverdale Page - Self Titled Album. 1993 EMI Records CD Release. The sole, self-titled album these two big beasts made together was a classic.