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    Well, at least we can agree on Sykes. Right? Nobody will top him in Whitesnake.

    And I need to re-watch Live in the Still of the Night. Been a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonBot View Post
    Well, at least we can agree on Sykes. Right? Nobody will top him in Whitesnake.

    And I need to re-watch Live in the Still of the Night. Been a while.
    Sykes was perfect for WHITESNAKE. It's a shame there was only record of his Originals. Blue Murder's Debut was perfect however.
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    Truthfully, I love every Era of Whitesnake for different reasons and I love there is so much variety of well-crafted songs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venator View Post
    Sykes was perfect for WHITESNAKE. It's a shame there was only record of his Originals. Blue Murder's Debut was perfect however.
    Coverdale and Sykes were an awesome creative team that were simply never going to last very long. I would rate Coverdale/Marsden/Moody only slightly behind, however, and they proved to be a great team over the course of a lot of albums. In the end, Coverdale's silly lyrics are a problem no matter what lineup he's got. They were more noticeable in the early, bluesier version of the band, of course. Even when I was a hormone-riddled teenager, Coverdale's lyrics frequently made me cringe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    Coverdale and Sykes were an awesome creative team that were simply never going to last very long. I would rate Coverdale/Marsden/Moody only slightly behind, however, and they proved to be a great team over the course of a lot of albums. In the end, Coverdale's silly lyrics are a problem no matter what lineup he's got. They were more noticeable in the early, bluesier version of the band, of course. Even when I was a hormone-riddled teenager, Coverdale's lyrics frequently made me cringe.


    I can live with it. However, maybe it's because I am "hopeless romantic." I don't know... Haha.

    But man, there is some great music from the Moody/Marsden Era. Some solid songs that don't get enough love.

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    Much as I love Beach in Winger, my favourite "Whitesnake guitarist" is Dann Huff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominic View Post
    Much as I love Beach in Winger, my favourite "Whitesnake guitarist" is Dann Huff.
    How is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonBot View Post
    I hear you. Doug has an incredible style and tone. But he always just seemed like it was a "job". Joel seem genuinely happy to be there. When I saw them last summer, the whole time Joel just had a huge smile on his face.
    I've seen him twice with TSO and he was ear-to-ear grinning the whole time too. He's the happiest guitarist on the planet. Or he's just on drugs.


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