Swedish guitar player Peter H Nilsson has been in the musical business for many years in different bands in and extensive touring in his home country. In 2016 Nilsson started to work in his studio tracking new ideas for an album and in June 2017 all songs were done.

Nilsson was at the same time looking for a singer and found what he was looking for via the world’s leading music production marketplace Soundbetter: Chris Biano from Nashville, Tennessee and started to discuss
the possibility to work together and finally, in July 2017 the first song was tracked.

At the end of 2017 the majority of all songs were ready but the guitar player felt that the tracks needed something extra. He then started to look for a drummer on Soundbetter and soon found session drummer Jason Meekins from Austin, Texas who was recruited for the album in January 2018. long-time friend and bass player Patrik Adiels from Gothenburg joined for the album in early 2018.

Thomas “Plec” Johansson started to mix the record, which is called ‘Little American Dream‘, in September 2018 at his Panic Room Studios in Skövde, Sweden where the record also was mastered.

All songs written by: Peter H Nilsson and Chris Biano

Soundfiles in advance:

Little American Dream (Edit)

Me And You (Edit)

You Better Run (Edit)

Tracklist:

1. You Better Run

2. Me And You

3. Am I Dreaming

4. Timeless 5:20

5. Little American Dream

6. Haunted

7. Love Is Worth Fighting For

8. Rumours

9. Magic

Line up:
Peter H Nilsson:  Guitars, Keyboards
Chris Biano: Vocals
Jason Meekins:  Drums
Patrik Adiels:  Bass

 

 

British band ‘Trishula’ is the brain child of UK guitarist Neil Fraser and was born out of Neil’s work on his first solo project which started in 2015. In the mid eighties Neil played in a number of local rock bands from the Staffordshire area of England, and achievements during this time included gaining airplay on Radio Luxembourg with a track called ‘Poltergeist’, along with securing support slots with bands such as eighties glam rock band Wrathchild who were gaining lots of attention at the time.

Since the late nineties Neil has played, toured and/or recorded with bands and artists such as TEN, Rage of Angels, Tony Mills (TNT, SHY) & Neon Strip. During his time with the band Rage of Angels, Neil had worked alongside Welsh vocalist Jason Morgan and Portuguese drummer Joao Colaco, so when forming Trishula, Jason and Joao were Neil’s first choice to complete the lineup for recording the album.

The bands debut album ‘Scared To Breathe’ was initially recorded in Neil’s home studio (Farmyard Studios), demo vocals were recorded in various locations in Wales, with final vocal recordings being captured at M2 Madhat Studios (Magnum) under the watchful eye of Sheena Sear, additional keyboards were also added at M2 Studios by Magnum Keyboard player Rick Benton, drums were recorded in Black Sheep Studios in Portugal, with final mixing and mastering was also being undertaken by Sheena Sear and Mark Stuart at M2 Studios.

Soundfiles in advance:

I Can See It In Your Eyes (Edit)

I Never Cried (Edit)

Scared To Breathe (Edit)

Tracklist:

1. I Can See It In Your Eyes

2. Scared To Breathe

3. A Thousand Pieces

4. Secrets & Lies

5. I Never Cried

6. Homeland

7. Don’t Let Go

8. A Love So Cruel

9. Magnetic Memories

10. Jealousy

11. For A Friend (Instrumental)

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The world’s fastest growing independent record label, Golden Robot Records, continues it’s upward trajectory into 2019.  Starting the year off with a bang, the label is honored to welcome to the family, the guitar icon Gilby Clarke!

Gilby recently signed a GLOBAL deal with Golden Robot Records which will see a brand new solo album – ‘The Gospel Truth – released this year. This will be Gilby’s first in over 15 years!

Mark Alexander-Erber, Golden Robot Entertainment Group Founder and President: says of signing Clarke; ‘I couldn’t be happier to sign such an incredible artist like Gilby Clarke to our GRR international roster. He is totally authentic through and through. He brings such a wealth of experience to his songwriting, playing and producing and I know the world is ready for his new solo album which is a long time coming. It is an honour to release this record.

Clarke explains his excitement about the signing  “I am so happy to be a part of the Golden Robot family for my new solo record. I use the word family because I feel like I found a home. We share the same passion for Rock n Roll! Rock N Roll is alive n’ well & together we will turn it up loud!”

Gilby recently did an interview with Gibson Guitars at the 2019 Namm show in Los Angeles where he discusses his upcoming album.

Best known for his tenure in the mighty Guns N Roses, Gilby has a long and storied career of which GNR is only a part. Arriving in Hollywood as a 17 year old punk from Cleveland, Gilby soon found himself as a ghost writer and session player for former Runaway’s manager, Kim Fowley who then urged him to join the band, Candy. Gilby proved a little too rough and ready for the polished power-poppers and found himself a home both with hard-rockers Kill For Thrills and as a songwriter for Virgin Records.

Then a late night call from Slash changed everything… Gilby joined Guns N Roses in late 1991, replacing the recently departed Izzy Stradlin. For the next 3 years, Gilby strapped in for the wildest ride of his life, playing stadiums the world over and appearing on Guns N Roses,Spaghetti Incident, Live Era ’88-’91 and The Greatest Hits albums.

After GNR’s mid 90’s implosion, Gilby, armed only with his Les Paul, went back to Virgin and launched his solo career. Receiving critical acclaim for his albums Pawnshop Guitars, The Hangover, Rubber, 99 Live and Swag, he began the new millennium touring with the likes
of Nancy Sinatra, Heart, The MC5 and with his old band mate in Slash’s Snakepit.

In 2006, Gilby joined forces with Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee and former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted to form Rock Star Supernova. The band hosted the TV show of the same name in search of a singer and toured the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand in early 2007.

In 2012 Gilby reunited with his former GNR bandmates and performed with them as they were inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame.  That same year Gilby joined Kings of Chaos with ex GNR members Matt Sorum and Duff McKagan and an all-star rotating roster of icons that featured Steven Tyler, Joe Elliot, Nikki Sixx, Glen Hughes and many more.

Now in 2019, Gilby is preparing to unleash his first new solo music in nearly two decades! An old school mash-up of Keef, Johnny Thunders, and B.B. King, Gilby’s new album is full of fist-pumping rock ’n’ roll songs with fat choruses, bluesy licks and trademark solos! It’s Classic rock, a new version of what Gilby likes to do and that’s… LOUD GUITARS!

The album features drumming from legendary John Mellencamp and Chickenfoot   sticksman Kenny Aronoff and Stephen Perkins from Jane’s Addiction, Porno For Pyro & Infectious Grooves.

The Gospel Truth‘ will be released in the first half of 2019. More details coming very soon!

Gilby joins fellow GNR band mate, Dizzy Reed who was one of the first international signings to Golden Robot Records and released his solo album, ‘Rock N Roll Ain’t Easy‘ to critical praise in early 2018.

Gilby Clarke is now part of an international roster that includes such iconic artists as, Guns ’N’ Roses keyboardist Dizzy ReedPuddle Of MuddLittle CaesarRaveneyeThe Lazys and the all star A New Revenge which features Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens, Keri Kelli, Rudy Sarzo and James Kottak 

Plus, Golden Robot Records boasts an incredible line up of Aussie acts, led by Rose Tattoo, The Superjesus, Misex and featuring Steve Kilbey, Palace Of The King, Jailbirds, Fyre Byrd, The Kids, Destrends, Flickertail and many more.  Watch out for more incredible names who will be joining GRR’s international roster in the near future!

Golden Robot Records now own four record labels and have teams in every major market in the world: Sydney, Los Angeles, New York, Hamburg, London, Tokyo and Auckland.  With globally experienced music industry veterans heading up key roles in A&R, Management, Marketing and Publicity, Golden Robot Records are able to give their roster maximum exposure and support.

Nottingham’s hard rock / alternative metal 5-piece, FAHRAN, head out for a live run across the UK in March that will include festival appearances at Planet Rock’s Winters End and HRH AOR before heading out as special guests to Skarlett Riot.

The tour will see the band flexing its musical muscle, playing new songs that form the backbone to their next album, slated for release this Summer 2019.

Singer, Matt Black, said, “Last November we decided to try our first headline tour after spending most of the last 4 years on the road as a supporting act and now we’re hungry for more live shows, so we were delighted when our friends in Skarlett Riot invited us to join them throughout March.

We will be bringing our usual high energy show with new, hard hitting music, playing songs from our forthcoming album, as well as some from our previous album, Chasing Hours.”

Live dates in March
Sun 10 – Planet Rock Winter’s End, POOLE
Fri 15 – Hard Rock Hell AOR, PRESTATYN
With Skarlett Riot
Thu 21 – Bannerman’s, EDINBURGH
Fri 22 – Head Of Steam, NEWCASTLE
Sat 23 – Satan’s Hollow, MANCHESTER
Mon 25 – Islington Academy, LONDON
Tue 26 – O2 Academy, OXFORD
Wed 27 – The Flapper, BIRMINGHAM
Thu 28 – Rock City Basement, NOTTINGHAM
Fri 29 – Corporation, SHEFFIELD
Sat 30 – The Anvil, BOURNEMOUTH

Ticket links can be found at: www.fahran.com

FAHRAN (Fa-Ran) are a hard rock / alternative metal 5-piece from Nottingham, England whose members also have connections with Yorkshire and Shropshire.

Formed in 2012 they have a critically acclaimed album under their belts, Chasing Hours (2014), and are on the cusp of releasing a new self-produced album this summer.

They have graced many high-profile festivals, including Download, Bloodstock & Hard Rock Hell and also played alongside the likes of Young Guns, UFO, Black Peaks and many more.

Line up:
Matt Black – vocals
Chris Byrne – guitars
Jake Graham – guitars
Joshua Ballantyne – bass
Josh Fahran – drums

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British singer / song writer Matt Mitchell is back with a new self titled group debut album and music video for lead track ‘Black Diamonds‘.

The former Furyon and Colour Of Noise frontman describes the new song as being about an “inevitable ending”, explaining that “‘Black Diamonds’ is a metaphor for the loss of beauty/light/energy that occurs in the theoretical final stages of some stars life cycle (Black Dwarf). There were a lot of changes occurring around the time of the writing and demoing stages of this song. It started out as a song called ‘I hope you find what you’re looking for’ though after a re write session it morphed into the song we now know, being ‘Black Diamonds’.”

Black Diamonds‘ was voted Number One in Louder’s ‘Tracks Of The Week’ and received extensive airplay by the likes of Kerrang! Radio, Great Music Stories and moreIn addition, Planet Rock Radio has added the song to their prestigious A-List.

Not one to hold back with his writing and performance, the songs on the upcoming album ‘Matt Mitchell & The Coldhearts‘ reflect real human experience, passion and great songs that hold potency, diversity and purpose.

“I’m aware that sometimes an album is just for the love of rock n roll and I do love that. It’s on my agenda”, explains Matt. “It could be a song about a car, or thunder and lighting. However, the main stories on this album are all about people. The people that have been part of my life, the people that have loved, cared, nurtured, hurt, inspired, broken, stayed strong, lost themselves, found themselves. Family, friends, honesty, dishonesty, music and the music business, integrity and faith. The songs in this self-titled album are inspired by all these things.

Recorded at Rockfield’s Quadrangle studio with acclaimed producer Nick Brine (Stereophonics, Thunder, Bruce Springsteen, The Darkness) and featuring the piano that Queen’s Freddie Mercury used to record ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’; Matt Mitchell & The Coldhearts self-titled debut album delivers an exploration of soundscapes combined with mesmerising art inspired by benchmark “tracks of our lives” tied together with astonishing performances by Matt and the band aligned with innovative, fresh song writing.

Matt Mitchell & The Coldhearts‘ is a modern contemporary rock record that holds its own and then some; it digs deep and looks set to be a highlight of the year for rock music.

Matt Mitchell & The Coldhearts‘ debut album is released 19th April.

Album Tracklist:

1. Black Diamonds
2. Home
3. On & On
4. Dare You To Watch
5. Kings & Queens
6. Unavailable
7. Do You Wanna Be My God
8. Old Enough & Ugly Enough
9. Wave Goodbye
10. Everything To You
11. Keep Me Safe
12. Waiting For The Sun

Line up:

Vocals & Guitars – Matt Mitchell
Guitars – Mauro Laconi
Bass – Dom Ladd
Drums – Matt Cherry
Keys – Stevie Watts

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Yngwie Malmsteen will release ‘Blue Lightning‘ globally on March 29th via Mascot Records / Mascot Label Group.  To call Yngwie Malmsteen a ‘maestro’ or ‘virtuoso’ is to state the obvious. But such terms don’t do sufficient justice to either his talent or impact. There are innumerable guitarists who have copied a small part of the vast musical spectrum that defines him, but nobody comes close to achieving what he has over a period of nearly four decades.

This man is an undoubted pioneer, someone whose style and creativity has inspired so many others. While he first came to everybody’s notice in Los Angeles with Steeler‘s self-titled album (1983), followed by Alcatrazz‘s ‘No Parole From Rock ‘N’ Roll’ the same year and ‘Live Sentence’ (’84), it’s been what he’s done since in a distinguished and far ranging career as a solo performer and band leader that has momentously shown Malmsteen’s craft and worth as one of the elite guitarists on the planet. Combining skills that span a vast spectrum of inspirations, he stands as a giant, melding melody, technique and an epic scope in a unique and inclusive fashion.

Now, with ‘Blue Lightning’, the man highlights not only his enduring dexterity and diversity, but also pays homage to those from the Blues world who have fueled his artistic spirit for so long. “I have always played around with old songs, both live and also in the studio. I did a similar album called Inspiration a while ago (1996), and it was Mascot who came to me and suggested I do a Blues record.”

“Now, I grew up in a classically trained family, and people know me for playing in what is called a neo classical style. But when I got a guitar for my fifth birthday, what I would try to emulate were John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers – I would jam along to what they did on record with Eric Clapton (‘Bluesbreakers With Eric Clapton’ album). That’s something people don’t realize about me – I do have a strong interest in the Blues. So, when Mascot came to me with the suggestion of doing an album of songs in this style, it didn’t faze me at all. In fact, it seemed so natural.”

What Malmsteen has done here is combine choices which might seem almost obvious with some that will turn heads.  He shares, “There were songs that were immediately clear I wanted to do. These were the likes of “Purple Haze” and “Smoke On The Water” which I have been playing since I was a kid. But then I also went for something like “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” which I wasn’t sure I could do. In this case, it was about trial and error. I am delighted that I was able to do justice to the original.”

Anyone who is expecting Malmsteen to copy exactly the way the original versions sound is in for a shock. Because that is not what he has done.  He reflects, “I have never been one of those people who wants to sit down and mimic the way in which a song sounds on record. I don’t see the point in doing that. If all you want to hear is a song the way you remember it, then the originals are there for you. What I have done is add in my own vibe and personality, while paying tribute to what you already know. That way I feel I am being myself, yet also being respectful to those artists.”

One thing this album has allowed Malmsteen to do is to challenge himself, which is certainly the case of Eric Clapton’s “Forever Man.”  He offers, “I heard this on the radio, and honestly I didn’t know whether I could do it for this album. But I sat down and tried things, and they worked out. I had to rise to the occasion and am delighted to have done exactly that.”  This track showcases not only Malmsteen’s celebrated guitar qualities, but also his maturing individual vocal confidence. He reflects, “On the singing side with ‘Forever Man,’ I did it all in one take. I got the lyrics through, went into the studio, and just got them done. I am not someone who likes to do take after take. I feel you should be able to get it right the first time around.  That applies to the vocal parts and also my guitar playing. And for the most part, this is the way I did Blue Lightning.”

The man has also paid homage to a particular favourite.  He shares, “When I was ten years old, I got Deep Purple’s Fireball album, which I have always thought was very undervalued. And the song that really killed me was ‘Demon’s Eye.’ And I was very keen to do it for the album. Thankfully, the key was just right for my voice, and I had so much fun doing it. In fact, I would say that I had a great time doing all the songs here.”

Aside from the covers, there are also four original tracks included. And these clearly bring to the fore Malmsteen’s abiding love for the Blues, as well as his capacity for doing interpretations possessed of emotion and depth.  He offers, “I have always featured songs with a Blues groove on albums. So, having my own material in this vein was very natural for me.”

The album is self-produced, and Malmsteen has followed a traditional manner in the way this was recorded.  He shares, “In the old days, a band would go into the studio, do a couple of songs, then go out on tour, before returning to the studio to do a couple more new tracks. That’s the way I did things this time. I have been so busy on the road in recent times that it was the most pragmatic way to do the album. In all, it took me about ten months to get it done, but by going in the studio in between touring commitments, I feel it kept everything fresh.”

Tracklist:
1. Blue Lightning
2. Foxy Lady
3. Demon’s Eye
4. 1911 Strut
5. Blue Jeans Blues
6. Purple Haze
7. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
8. Sun’s Up Top’s Downs
9. Peace, Please
10. Paint It Black
11. Smoke On The Water
12. Forever Man

Bonus Tracks (Vinyl & Deluxe CD Only)
13. Little Miss Lover
14. Jumping Jack Fish

 

Foreigner and Eagle Vision have announced the release of the concert film, ‘Foreigner Live At The Rainbow ’78‘, which is available on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital video from March 15th. Available to pre-order here.

After the band’s self-titled debut album had spent a year in the US Top 20, rock’s conquering heroes played a sold-out show at London’s celebrated Rainbow Theatre on April 27, 1978. Opening with ‘Long, Long Way From Home,’ fans were treated to a magnificent display of musicianship and performance, including hit singles ‘Feels Like The First Time‘ and ‘Cold As Ice‘, as well an exclusive preview of two tracks from the upcoming Double Vision album, ‘Hot Blooded‘ and ‘Double Vision‘.

Featuring the classic Foreigner lineup of Mick Jones (lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), Lou Gramm (lead vocals, percussion), Ian McDonald (guitars, keyboards, sax, flute, backing vocals), Al Greenwood (keyboards, synthesizer), Ed Gagliardi (bass, backing vocals) and Dennis Elliott (drums, backing vocals), this show captures the essence of a group who would go on to become one of the world’s best-selling bands of all time.

Forty years later, this definitive performance by the original band has been restored from the original film reels, remixed and remastered for this release.

1978 was an absolutely magical time for the band,” remembers Mick Jones, “and to come back over to the UK to play a headline show at the legendary Rainbow really was a dream come true. The audience was amazing that night. We couldn’t have wished for a better show.

As Foreigner‘s music continues to resonate with fans old and new, the band celebrated their 40th anniversary playing amphitheaters and arenas throughout 2018.

Tracklisting:

Long, Long Way From Home
I Need You
Woman Oh Woman
Hot Blooded
The Damage Is Done
Cold As Ice
Starrider
Double Vision
Feels Like The First Time
Fool For You Anyway
At War With The World
Headknocker

N’Tribe have announced the release of their debut EP ‘Root ‘N’ Branch‘, on April 19th via NorthPoint Productions.

N’Tribe (short for the Nordic Tribe) is a living and kicking example of that: this new band was founded in 2018 by three highly esteemed professionals, André Andersen, Jonas Larsen & Henrik Brockmann, initially bonded through their original band Royal Hunt; all participated in numerous bands/projects, all received various accolades from the industry, sold tons of albums and toured the world countless times.

We’re very proud to be able to announce April 19th as the release date for our first EP, Root ‘N’ Branch. Hope you’ll enjoy our take on “contemporary classic rock”, because if you will – we have a plethora of songs, just waiting for the chance to pound on your eardrums.”

Track samples are available Here

Tracklisting:

01 Staring Down The Barrel
02 Down On My Knees
03 What Goes Around Comes Around
04 Paint It Black

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Whitesnake are streaming a previously unreleased recording of ‘Ready An’ Willing (Sweet Satisfaction)‘, recorded live in Glasgow, Scotland in 1984, and featured on the upcoming 35th Anniversary Edition of the band’s 1984 release, ‘Slide It In‘.

Whitesnake scored its first platinum-selling album in 1984 with ‘Slide It In‘, a release that has sold more than six million copies worldwide thanks to hard-rocking songs like ‘Love Ain’t No Stranger‘, ‘Slow An’ Easy‘ and ‘Slide It In‘. The classic album turns 35 this year and Rhino / Parlophone is celebrating with several new versions, including an enormous seven-disc boxed set.

Slide It In: The Ultimate Special Edition‘ will be available on March 8th. The 6CD/DVD collection includes newly remastered versions of both the UK and US mixes of the album as well as the 35th Anniversary Remixes from 2019, plus unreleased live and studio recordings, music videos, concert footage, and a new interview with Whitesnake founder and lead singer, David Coverdale.

Three other versions of ‘Slide It In‘ will also be available the same day. A double-CD Deluxe Edition includes the newly remastered UK and US mixes expanded with a selection of bonus tracks. The double-LP Deluxe Edition features the newly remastered UK and US mixes. And finally, a single-disc version includes the newly remastered brand-new mix of the complete album. The music will be available digitally as well.

Slide It In was always meant to be a structured, more electric modern take on the classic blues-based hard rock that Whitesnake were famous for, but our new Hook City Hooligan, Mixer Extraordinaire Christopher Collier, has hand-tooled this classic record for the 21st century,” says Coverdale. “Hearing all the performances so fresh and so clear after 35 years was amazing. Mel, Cozy and Jon’s playing on the record is as vital now as it was all those years ago. All the featured players shine. Not only did Christopher get the best out of the recording, but, he gives the album a fresh coat of sonic paint bringing it right up to date. I’m personally thrilled with it.

After releasing ‘Saints & Sinners‘ in 1982, Whitesnake reconvened the following year in Germany to begin recording songs for what would become the band’s sixth studio album, ‘Slide It In‘. At the time, band members included Coverdale, guitarists Micky Moody and Mel Galley, bassist Colin Hodgkinson and keyboardist Jon Lord. The album was initially released in 1984 in the UK, where it climbed into the Top 10.

Soon after, the band’s lineup changed. Jon Lord left to rejoin Deep Purple and Moody and Hodgkinson were replaced by guitarist John Sykes, and Neil Murray, who was Whitesnake’s original bassist. Prior to its US release in 1985, ‘Slide It In‘ was remixed while newly recorded parts by Sykes, Murray and keyboardist Bill Cuomo were added, resulting in two distinct versions of the album, both of which are included in this set.

Slide It In: The Ultimate Special Edition‘ features unreleased versions of every album track, including 35th Anniversary remixes made this year, as well as monitor mixes recorded in 1983. The set boasts more than a dozen unreleased live recordings from 1984 that feature an entire concert from Glasgow, Scotland, plus several songs from Jon Lord’s final show with Whitesnake in Sweden. The collection’s final disc unearths 30 tracks that cover original demos and early mixes for album tracks, as well as unfinished song ideas.

The DVD from ‘Slide It In: The Ultimate Special Edition‘ mixes music videos and live performances, all of which have been carefully restored and remixed in 5.1 Surround Sound for the first time ever. A newly recorded interview with singer David Coverdale rounds out the DVD.

Slide It In: The Ultimate Special Edition

Tracklisting:

Disc One: US Mix (1985) 35th Anniversary Remaster

“Gambler”
“Slide It In”
“Slow An’ Easy”
“Love Ain’t No Stranger”
“Give Me More Time”
“Standing In The Shadow”
“Hungry For Love”
“All Or Nothing”
“Spit It Out”
“Guilty Of Love”

Disc Two: UK Mix (1984) 35th Anniversary Remaster

“Gambler”
“Slide It In”
“Slow An’ Easy”
“Love Ain’t No Stranger”
“Give Me More Time”
“Standing In The Shadow”
“Hungry For Love”
“All Or Nothing”
“Spit It Out”
“Guilty Of Love”

Bonus Tracks:

“Need Your Love So Bad” – Single B-Side
“Gambler” – 7” Eddie Kramer Mix (1983)
“Guilty Of Love” – 7” Eddie Kramer Mix (1983)

Disc Three: 35th Anniversary Remixes (2019)

“Slide It In” *
“Slow An’ Easy” *
“Love Ain’t No Stranger” *
“Give Me More Time” *
“Guilty Of Love” *
“All Or Nothing” *
“Spit It Out” *
“Standing In The Shadow” *
“Hungry For Love” *
“Gambler” *
“Need Your Love So Bad” *

Disc Four: Monitor Mixes & Intros (September 1983)

Intro to “Gambler” from David Coverdale
“Gambler” *
“Standing in the Shadow” *
Intro to “Slide It In” from David Coverdale
“Slide It In” *
“Give Me More Time” *
Intro to “Love Ain’t No Stranger” from David Coverdale
“Love Ain’t No Stranger” *
“Hungry For Love” *
Intro to “Guilty Of Love” from David Coverdale
“Guilty Of Love” *
“Spit It Out” *
Intro to “Slow An’ Easy” from David Coverdale
“Slow An’ Easy” *
“All Or Nothing” *
David Coverdale discusses the U.S. vs U.K. versions of Slide It In

Jon Lord’s Last Whitesnake Show (Sweden, April 16, 1984)

“Gambler”
“Guilty Of Love”
“Love Ain’t No Stranger”
“Reading An’ Willing (Sweet Satisfaction)”

Disc Five: Live in Glasgow, Scotland (March 1, 1984)

“Gambler” *
“Guilty Of Love” *
“Reading An’ Willing (Sweet Satisfaction)” *
“Love Ain’t No Stranger” *
“Here I Go Again” *
“Slow An’ Easy” *
“Cryin’ In The Rain” *
Keyboard Solo
“Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City” *
“Fool For Your Loving” *
“Need Your Love So Bad / Thank You Blues” *
“Slide It In” *
“Don’t Break My Heart Again” *

Disc Six: Early Ruff Mixes, Original Demos and Obscurities

Early Ruff Mixes with Unfinished Lyrics

“All Or Nothing”
“Hungry For Love”
“Spit It Out”
“Give Me More Time”
“Slow An’ Easy”
“Love Ain’t No Stranger”
“Need Your Love So Bad” – Instrumental
“All Or Nothing” – acapella excerpts remix
“Slow An’ Easy” – organ and drum excerpts remix
Wheezy Interludes – various alcoholic studio antics, David and Mel “fighting a cold”

Original Demos

“Slow An’ Easy”
“Slide It In”
“Standing In The Shadow”
“All Or Nothing”
“Spit It Out”
“Guilty Of Love”
“Love Ain’t No Stranger”
Intro to “Need Your Love So Bad” from David Coverdale
“Need Your Love So Bad”

Unfinished Symphonies: Demo Ideas that Were Never Finished

“Body Heat”
“The Gypsy In You”
“Lounge Lizards”
“Great Riff In The Morning”
“The River Song”
“Can’t Make A Deal With The Devil”
“Prayer For The Dying”
“Spend The Night With Me”
“So Much To Live For”
“Riff Raff Blues”
“Thanks You Blues”

DVD: Music Videos & Live Clips

“Guilty Of Love” – Music Video
“Slow An’ Easy” – Music Video
“Love Ain’t No Stranger” – Music Video
“Give Me More Time” – Top Of The Pops
“Standing In The Shadow” – New Promo Video
“Love Ain’t No Stranger” – Live… In The Still of the Night
“Slide It In” – Live at Donington (1990)

Extra Features

Jon Lord’s Last Whitesnake Show (1984)

“Gambler”
“Guilty of Love”
“Love Ain’t No Stranger”
“Reading An’ Willing (Sweet Satisfaction)”
Whitesnake Chronicles: David Coverdale discusses the 35th anniversary of Slide It In

* previously unreleased

 


Local rock heroes from Turku, Finland united their forces in the form of HAWAII HOLIDAYS, a catchy rock band formed in late 2018.

The members have experienced full-length recordings, large festivals, major record deals, nationwide singing competitions, shows abroad and more. As well as dead end gigs, the disbanding at the moment breakthrough and so on – but that’s rock ‘n’ roll?

The first release of the band is a music video ‘Liquid Love‘, directed by Joonas Kinnunen. The debut EP will be released during the spring and this single release is followed by mini-tour in Western Finland.

Line up:

Olli Hyvönen (Vocals)
Juhani Mistola (Guitars, vocals)
Mikko Heinonen (Guitars, vocals)
Kim Krappala (Bass, vocals)
Vipe Ylitapio (Drums, vocals)

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