David Coverdale   White Snake
Release Date: 1977

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3.0 goodRobbit | June 16th 16

David's debut solo album is actually an enjoyable listen. Musically, it's a far more laid back affair than the hard rock he'd done with Deep Purple and much closer in spirit to what Tommy Bolin did on PRIVATE EYES. The R&B / soul influenced opener "Lady" and the bluesy "Blindman" are my picks for highlights. It's obvious that his songwriting would still need to mature a bit. The worst that could be said about any of these songs is that they might be a tad bland in places. The overall vibe of the album is quite upbeat and welcoming. The title track "White Snake" is a tad goofy with its obvious innuendos, but now we know where the band name and future direction ("cock rock") originated from.


2.5 averagerockit79 | September 11th 16
3.0 goodMythodea | June 16th 16
3.5 greatfrancisc0 | December 29th 15
3.5 greatleothelion | October 15th 15
3.0 goodmanosg CONTRIBUTOR | December 9th 14
4.5 superbsnorriberg | November 9th 14
3.5 greatConor | September 6th 14
3.5 greatDirtBagDan | February 12th 13
3.5 greatanimusnocens | December 5th 12
4.0 excellentmho | July 13th 12
3.5 greatfacepollution | October 22nd 11

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