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WHITESNAKE

Made In Japan

(Frontiers)

Reviewed by : Mark Gromen
Rating : 7.5

The deluxe version of this package from David Coverdale & Co., in 2011, adds a second audio CD, with eight additional tunes (half acoustic) from “sound check,” as the entire ten song concert is available on the initial disc. Liner notes from bassist Michael Devin’s tour dairy fill the accompanying booklet. The show is massive, from the Loudpark festival, although filmed rather darkly, for a Japanese product. With that mane, can’t help but think of the Wizard Of Oz’s Cowardly Lion, every time David Coverdale appears. A mix of old classics and newer material, during ‘Give Me All Your Love Tonight’ everything onstage stops, the crowd singing the chorus. The power of ‘Love Ain’t No Stranger’ is suddenly sapped with a downshift into ‘Is This Love’. A Doug Aldrich solo spot leads into the slide guitar/cowbell embellished stomp of ‘Steal Your Heart Away’. Coverdale doesn’t talk much, although dedicates an acoustic begun ‘Forevermore’ to ‘Snake supporters. Aldrich is on acoustic, to start, he and Reb Beach adding backing vocals. The two guitarists duel on something called ‘Six String Showdown’, a frenzy of feedback, flashy notes, histrionics and technique that leads into ‘Love Will Set You Free’. Funny enough, Brian Tichy, who is no longer part of the band, is afforded a drum solo, utilizing chopsticks and Ginzu (sushi) knives! In the interim, Coverdale does a wardrobe change, ditching the white band emblazoned button-down that he began the show with, for a similarly adorned black number. Apart from Beach’s solo (when not seated on drum riser to play) ‘Fool For Your Loving’ is sort of a Vegas lounge act rendition. ‘Here I Go Again’ and ‘Still Of The Night’ close out the 70 minute set. Not much in the way of visual extras: a trio of musical accompanied photo galleries (Coverdale himself, band, promotional and live), as well as a pair of fan-made promotional videos for ‘Forevermore’ and ‘Steal Your Heart Away’. Not the definitive WHITESNAKE showcase, undoubtedly this is timed to combat the vintage DVD packages that are seemingly released annually, by former labels.



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