David Coverdale Wants To Reissue 1993 LP With Jimmy Page

David Coverdale Wants To Reissue 1993 LP With Jimmy Page | Society Of Rock Videos

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He’s Planning Two New Versions

In a new interview with eonmusic, Whitesnake’s David Coverdale revealed that he’s hoping to reissue his 1993 album with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. This is in celebration of the LP’s 30th anniversary in 2023. He also discussed it with Page a few weeks ago.

He said that it might include “some nice surprises” and added that “Jimmy and I have been talking about it, and he’s isolated out in the country, so we just have to make sure, because I’m not getting on a fucking plane, and I certainly don’t expect him to! We’ll have the original album remastered, and we’ve got a bunch of songs we didn’t release, and I videoed most of the writing and recording scenario, and all the way to the shows in Osaka and stuff, so, there’s a shit load of content.”

One of the things he suggested to Page is making two new versions of the record – a Jimmy Page mix and a David Coverdale mix and they would just “let the fans just get Jimmy’s perspective, and mine”.

Coverdale described his relationship with Page as “great” and mused that “The lawyers were furious; they thought they were going to make a bunch of money negotiating this and that, and Jimmy and I just met in New York, shook hands and said everything’s 50/50. And we did that like Lennon / McCartney without the bitterness! [laughing].”

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