Snakebite is the first official release by the British hard rock band Whitesnake. The original EP initially featured only four tracks and was released in the UK in June 1978 and never published in the US. Snakebite was re-released in September 1978 as a Double Extended Play containing four extra studio tracks taken from David Coverdale's second solo album Northwinds. The EP sleeve is entitled David Coverdale's Whitesnake and features photographs of the live band in concert
Snakebite (1978) by David Coverdale's Whitesnake. Labels: Sunburst Records, United Artists Records. Genres: Hard Rock, Blues Rock .
David Coverdales Whitesnake. Snakebite (LP, Album). United Artists Records, Sunburst. David Coverdale's Whitesnake - Snakebite (full album vinyl rip) 36:03. Whitesnake - Bloody Mary 2:42. shiremen, gunkldunk, Markus Austin, sindak82, boycbronco.
Whitesnake revisited the music that singer David Coverdale recorded with Deep Purple in the Seventies when they released The Purple Album two years ago. The album, and the tour that followed, offered fans new modern interpretations of Purple classics like Burn and Mistreated.
Band: David Coverdale's Whitesnake Album:Northwinds Released: March 1, 1978 Recorded: March–April 1977 Studio: AIR Studios, London, UK Genre: Blues rock Label: Purple (UK) Polydor (Japan) Producer: Roger Glover. I played some Tony Newman's note for note shuffle triplet beats with some of my own grooves and fills as well. Just a lot of love here man, hope you like the feel.
David Coverdale - Whitesnake. Hard-Rock Whitesnake. Labels Purple Records. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album5.
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For the 1977 David Coverdale solo album with a similar name, see White Snake (album). Studio album by Whitesnake. This put the album's production behind schedule, especially when Coverdale underwent surgery and a six-month-long rehabilitation program. After Coverdale recovered, he started work on his vocal tracks with Ron Nevison, before soon switching to Keith Olsen, who also helped mixing the album.