Whitesnake: Music in Review Trailer

Whitesnake: Music in Review Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

Music & Musicals, Rock & Pop, Hard Rock & Heavy Metal - Revisit the music of British rockers Whitesnake in this critical review of the group's successful run as one of the leading hard-rock hair bands of the 1980s. Included are interviews with lead vocalist David Coverdale and bassist Neil Murray, rare footage, commentary from rock critics and show-stopping performance clips from hits such as "Here I Go Again," "Crying in the Rain," "Fool for Your Loving" and "Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City."

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