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Whitesnake: Live... in the Still of the Night (2005)

Great Whitesnake live concert. Worth the buy, David Coverdale never disappoints

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Doug Aldrich ... Himself (guitar)
Tommy Aldridge ... Himself (drums)
Reb Beach ... Himself (guitar)
... Himself (vocals)
Timothy Drury ... Himself (keyboards and vocals)
Marco Mendoza ... Himself (bass)
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Great Whitesnake live concert. Worth the buy, David Coverdale never disappoints

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15 April 2005 (USA)  »

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The Rock & Roll Rhythm & Blues Show  »

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Won the best DVD Of The Year award at the 2006 Classic Rock Roll of Honour awards, held in November 2006 in London. Whitesnake also won Band Of The Year. See more »

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Not all releases are censored.
25 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

Just a quick note that the Australia/New Zealand release DVD that I have (Liberation Music LIBDVD1041) is *not* censored - you can clearly hear the occasional F-word uttered by Coverdale. A couple of the reviews in the liner notes also contain that horrible, horrible word without anything obscuring the letters. :) I purchased this DVD after seeing the first track (Burn) on YouTube. Even though it's not a Whitesnake song it's a great example of how hard these guys rock. Knowing that audio quality suffers somewhat on YouTube I went out and bought the real thing the next day, along with their "Best Of" CD. I'm so glad I did.


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