Live at Donington 1990

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Live at Donington 1990
Live album by Whitesnake
Released 20 May 2011[1]
Recorded 18 August 1990 at Castle Donington, UK[1]
Genre Heavy Metal, Hard rock
Label Frontiers[1][2]
Whitesnake chronology
Forevermore
(2011)
Live at Donington 1990
(2011)
Made in Japan
(2013)
DVD cover

Live at Donington 1990 is a live album by English hard rock band Whitesnake It was recorded at Castle Donington on 18 August 1990 during the Monsters of Rock festival.[1] It was released on 20 May 2011 in Japan,[1] 3 June in Europe and 7 June in the US[1][2][3] The group was performing with a modern sound system at the time, which ensured an impressive sound quality, what transpires on the disk. The performance at Monsters of Rock Festival was simply superb. The concert already existed in bootleg format, produced by BBC Radio, and became an object of cult among the band's fans. Thus, through a mobilization on the group's website, fans requested the release of the footage of the concert, and ordered the release of the audio of the show in a professional manner. Among other requests from fans on site were the order of the release of the videos of the show at the Hammersmith Odeon in 1980, Donington in 1983 and the Rock in Rio in 1985.

The album was released as a 2-CD set,[2] a single DVD set, a 2CD/DVD digipack and as a digital edition.[4] The disc was also released on triple vinyl, with audiophile mastering and 180 grams.

Tracklisting[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Slip of the Tongue"   David Coverdale, Adrian Vandenberg 6:52
2. "Slide It In"   Coverdale 5:02
3. "Judgement Day"   Coverdale, Vandenberg 5:55
4. "Slow An' Easy"   Coverdale, Micky Moody 8:11
5. "Kittens Got Claws"   Coverdale, Vandenberg 4:58
6. "Adagio for Strato"   Vandenberg 3:00
7. "Flying Dutchman Boogie"   Vandenberg 3:53
8. "Is This Love"   Coverdale, John Sykes 4:45
9. "Cheap An' Nasty"   Coverdale, Vandenberg 4:20
10. "Crying in the Rain" (featuring Tommy Aldridge drum solo) Coverdale 13:27

Disc 2[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Fool for Your Loving"   Coverdale, Bernie Marsden, Moody 6:01
2. "For the Love of God" (from the Steve Vai album Passion and Warfare) Steve Vai 5:12
3. "The Audience Is Listening" (from the Steve Vai album Passion and Warfare) Steve Vai 3:01
4. "Here I Go Again"   Coverdale, Marsden 5:42
5. "Bad Boys"   Coverdale, John Sykes 6:16
6. "Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City"   Michael Price, Dan Walsh 8:26
7. "Still of the Night"   Coverdale, John Sykes 7:59

DVD[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Slip of the Tongue"    
2. "Slide It In"    
3. "Judgement Day"    
4. "Slow An Easy"    
5. "Kittens Got Claws"    
6. "Adagio for Stato"    
7. "Flying Dutchman Boogie"    
8. "Is This Love"    
9. "Cheap An Nasty"    
10. "Crying in the Rain" (featuring Tommy Aldridge drum solo)  
11. "Fool for Your Loving"    
12. "For the Love of God"    
13. "The Audience Is Listening"    
14. "Here I Go Again"    
15. "Bad Boys"    
16. "Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City"    
17. "Still of the Night"    
18. "We Wish You Well" (Credits)  
19. "The Making of Slip of the Tongue; Slide Show" (Bonus content)  

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f ""Live at Donington 1990" CD and DVD". Whitesnake.com. Retrieved 21 May 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c "WHITESNAKE: 'Live At Donington 1990' DVD, CD Due In June – Mar. 29, 2011". Blabbermouth.net. Retrieved 21 May 2011. 
  3. ^ "Live at Donington 1990". Amazon.com. Retrieved 21 May 2011. 
  4. ^ "29-Mar-11 Whitesnake's "Live at Donington 1990" DVD/CD To Be Released in June". Eddietrunk.com. Retrieved 21 May 2011.