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Coverdale/Page


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  • Audio CD (March 16 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000000OT1
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,890 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Shake My Tree
2. Waiting On You
3. Take Me For A Little While
4. Pride And Joy
5. Over Now
6. Feeling Hot
7. Easy Does It
8. Take A Look At Yourself
9. Don't Leave Me This Way
10. Absolution Blues
11. Whisper A Prayer For The Dying

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Time may judge this the worst kind of Led Zep mimicry, but on first listen it generates real excitement. Never mind that Coverdale is a third-rate Robert Plant (particularly as a lyricist). It's enough that the drums do the Stegosaurus stomp, and Page is more in touch with his muse than at any time since Physical Graffiti. "Shake My Tree" is the standout. --Jeff Bateman

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Vader on Aug. 31 2006
Format: Audio CD
Coverdale/Page released this album back in 1993 and for the most part was under-rated and under-appreciated. The album has two great songs in Pride & Joy and Shake My Tree. The ballads- Take a look at Yourself and Take Me for a little while are beautifully done. David Coverdale and Jimmy Page make an excellent combination. Whitesnake meets Led Zepplin.

Every fan of David Coverdale and Jimmy Page should have this album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By brainofj72 on Feb. 23 2004
Format: Audio CD
Many Led Zeppelin fans resent Coverdale Page because Jimmy Page was "copying" Zepp - and essentially himself - with this album. That is simply blasphemy. Sure, he did select a singer (David Coverdale) which sounds quite a lot like Robert Plant, but Plant wasn't what made Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin. Who created all of Zepp's riffs that made them so famous? Who wrote the majority of the lyrics? That's right, Jimmy Page. Page was Zepp, and with this album he simply continued what he had been doing years ago. The album cleans up and slightly sophisticates the sound that was displayed on Led Zeppelin's final album, "In Through The Out Door".
This album is solid all the way through. Some of the best rock riffs I've heard in a while, and one of the best I've ever heard. That riff is "Whisper a Prayer For The Dying". Pure genius. Also, I have nothing against System of a Down, they are actually one of my favorite new bands, but listen to "Whisper a Prayer For The Dying" and then listen to their song "Aerials". I've never heard a more obvious rip-off in my life.
Anyway, check this album out. You WON'T regret it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Feb. 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album got a bad rap from some people because Zepplin fans didn't get Robert Plant and a resurrected John Bonham. It's actually very good. From a Led Zepplin perspective, it's a good album; from a Whitesnake perspective, it's a fantastic album. Jimmy Page plays as well as he ever has (barring solos - there's no "Stairway" equivalents here). The songs are really great; some are better than others but no bad ones. David Coverdale, despite the inevitable Plant comparisons, sings wonderfully and shows more range of pitch and style than he ever has. Denny Carmissi is no Bonzo but he gets the job done quite nicely and with a good sound. Jimmy Page produced this album - do you think it wouldn't sound great? Well worth the purchase by Zepplin or Whitesnake fans.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Anderson TOP 50 REVIEWER on July 5 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This 1993 release is a collaboration between Jimmy Page (formerly of Led Zeppelin) and David Coverdale (formerly of Deep Purple and Whitesnake).

This album has not really gained much attention since its release but it should be of interest to Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple fans.

Jimmy Page turns in a great performance. The guitar work on this album is comparable to Led Zeppelin in their Physical Graffiti period. David Coverdale is a good vocalist; I liked his work with Deep Purple but his work with Whitesnake does nothing for me. He's no Robert Plant but he does a good job on this album.

Bottom line: if you're a Led Zeppelin fan, this album is worth checking out for Jimmy Page's performance.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Leo J. Stawicki on June 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
This may be the most UNDER RATED CD in history. All the flack about Coverdale sounding like Plant, hurt sales. Pay no mind. This is Jimmy Page playing his best since Zeppelin! All the songs are unique. Even the lyrics are right on. This is the release plant should have been on, and HE KNOWS IT! In fact, So jealous was Plant, He was back with Pagey within eight months. Every song is excellent. This disc shows who gave Zeppelin It`s muscle. "SHAKE MY TREE" or "PRIDE AND JOY" or "OVER NOW" will show you the direction Zep may have headed in. TRUST ME....Get this CD and Rock out!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By whocares on June 3 2004
Format: Audio CD
Coverdale/Page were a great Duo. David Coverdale is in NO way a Plant Clone. He did great things with Deep Purple and continued all through his carreer. The only complaint people seem to have is that Whitesnake got popular during the horrid "Hair Band" time. I have this album and a great Bootleg from Japan that shows the power and ability of this band. If the only real complaint is that Jimmy Page plays guitar like Jimmy Page, get over it!
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Format: Audio CD
Don't expect anything truly original from this collaberation album. It is the perfect blend of both Whitesnake & Led Zep - Nothing more, nothing less. The worst thing one could do is judge the album by the standards of the two men's previous bands. The best thing one could do is take the album for what it is - a musical one night stand. It was a fling, nothing more, and should be treated as such.
More than anything else, the album is one of the blusiest hard rock efforts I've heard in a long time. Page's riffs & compositions are dripping with blues influence, as usual. Coverdale's sexy, sandpaper voice lays on the sultry sexual innuendoes pretty thick. Yes, there are striking similarities between his voice and that of Plant's, but both men have independently made their mark in the rock world.
"Shake My Tree" is a great opener for this album, and "Take Me For A Little While" is a great, cathartic lament, with a really haunting guitar riff. "Over Now", though suspiciously reminiscent of Led Zep's "Friends", has a chilling, eerie strings line that sticks with you long after the song ends. "Take A Look At Yourself" is a slow piece that can easily be a rock radio single. The album ends on a great note with "Whisper A Prayer For The Dying", and is probably the only truly "serious" song on the album.
The major drawback I have with the album is that there is absolutely no substance in any of the lyrics of the songs, excluding the last one. Coverdale is simply not a serious-minded lyricist (but then again, blues-rock isn't always serious...).
Overall, a fun album to listen to, but don't expect it to inspire you to save the world.
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