1. Song information for Celebration - David Coverdale on AllMusic. Song information for Celebration - David Coverdale on AllMusic David Coverdale. Whitesnake/Northwinds. VSOP:
  2. Oct 09,  · David Coverdale – ‘Northwinds’ – Album Review (The David Coverdale Series) Published on October 9, February 16, by 2loud2oldmusic 50 Comments. After ‘Whitesnake’, David went in a recorded his follow-up solo release, ‘Northwinds’. This was around March / April of ; however, the album wouldn’t be released until a.
  3. This is a compilation of David Coverdale's two late seventies solo albums (Whitesnake ('77) and Northwinds ('78)). The music is a solid mixture of rockers, blues numbers and soul ballads with a few funky numbers thrown in. Pretty much the same way as Deep Purple was during his stay and Whitesnake would soon be.
  4. Northwinds est le second album de David Coverdale depuis la fin d'activité de Deep Purple. Son prédécesseur, WhiteSnake avait proposé un rock gorgé de soul et de blues, cette fois, le vocaliste opte pour une approche plus directement rock sans toute fois totalement dévier de sa ligne/5(16).
  5. David Coverdale - Whitesnake / Northwinds (cassette) paper labels. $ Genre: Metal. $ shipping. Duration: Album. Watch. Whitesnake Slip Of The Tongue Cassette Tape, , Used, Ships Free, 80s Metal. $ Cassette Tape Lot x 7 WHITESNAKE .
  6. David Coverdale – Whitesnake Lyrics (Coverdale/Moody) In the shadows of the dark night, You need a woman by your side.. She'll help you make it in the cold light · Northwinds · Peace Lovin' Man · Celebration.
  7. WhiteSnake & Northwinds by David Coverdale TWO CDs-Remastered + Coverdale Page. $ Whitesnake Self Titled. Whitesnake Self Titled Vinyl LP Original David Coverdale Here I Go Again. $ WHITESNAKE STARKERS LIVE. WHITESNAKE STARKERS LIVE REHEARSALS CD DAVID COVERDALE deep purple not LP.
  8. Taken together, David Coverdale 's first two post- Deep Purple solo albums, 's White Snake and 's Northwinds, are rather more subdued and, while not exactly laid-back, more in a mainstream late-'70s rock groove than you might expect from a singer who fronted both Deep Purple and Whitesnake, with pit stops for roots rock, AOR ballads, and gently funky stuff.

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