Whitesnake ~ Flesh & Blood



Whitesnake is back! The new album Flesh & Blood sounds similar to past albums of Whitesnake. The music is tight. The guitar playing is still the treat that you want to hear, just like you did back in the 1980’s. David Coverdale’s voice is not as tight as it use to be, but that comes with age. When you’ve been hitting those high notes for decades, it’s going to happen, but David still makes it work. The album is a bunch of songs about having a good time, and, girls…of course. Reb Beach & Joel Hoekstra really do a great job on the guitars on this album. Not to say that Mike Devin on bass, and Michele Luppi on keyboards aren’t doing their fair share. They certainly are. Of course Tommy Aldridge on the drums always packs a big punch, and it doesn’t stop here. This is the 13th album by Whitesnake & if you’ve liked them then, you’ll like them now. I give this 4 out of 5 Music Guru stars. I wasn’t a big Whitesnake fan, but, after hearing this one, I may have to go back & re-listen to some of the older ones as well. They are also touring for this album, so maybe you should go see that as well. I would like to.

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