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Re: "Here I go again"- Three chapters


According to Nigel's site these people recorded the re-mix:

David Coverdale/Vocals
Dan Huff/Guitar
Adrian Vandenberg/Guitar
Bill Cuomo/Keyboards and keyboard bass
Denny Carmassi/Drums
Mark Andes/Bass
Alan Pasqua/Keyboards
Tommy Funderburk/Vocals



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According to Nigel's site these people recorded the re-mix:

David Coverdale/Vocals
Dan Huff/Guitar
Adrian Vandenberg/Guitar
Bill Cuomo/Keyboards and keyboard bass
Denny Carmassi/Drums
Mark Andes/Bass
Alan Pasqua/Keyboards
Tommy Funderburk/Vocals




That´s also what the booklett of the Greatest Hits CD(1994) says.
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Dan Huff is a stellar studio musician that has played on countless hits and platinum albums. There's even a longstanding rumour he did all of the guitar work on Warrant's first album. Just look at the incredible list of sessions near the bottom of this page:

http://members.aol.com/guitarron/dannhuff/dannhuff.htm

Some of it's shlock never heard of, but alot of it is multi platinum hit material and Here I Go is mentioned.

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Yes, the Radio mix band is all session musicians I believe. Dan Huff was in AOR gods Giant - also produced Megadeth.



Thanks for the info. So presumably this was recorded after the Sykes lineup went and before the 'Still Of The Night' video musicians were hired?




http://homepage.ntlworld.com/nigel.d.young/whtsnake/snake3.htm#1987

Radio version recorded Feb-March 87, "video" line-up put together in March 87.

Vandenberg was obviously about for the Radio Mix recording.
As for the others, Aldridge/Sarzo were probably hired together (they had a band called Driver which they ditched to join WS), not sure when Campbell was approached.


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Alan Pasqua was also the keyboard player in Giant
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And Ozzy got caned for doing this type of thing to Blizzard of Oz.

I would like to knwo what happened there. Re-recordings of Blizzard?

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And Ozzy got caned for doing this type of thing to Blizzard of Oz.

I would like to knwo what happened there. Re-recordings of Blizzard?



Partially. Basically, the musicians who had played drums and bass on the original album commented negatively regarding the Osbournes show, so during the remastering process of the album, the current bass player and drummer of Ozzy's band re-recorded those parts.

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I would like to knwo what happened there. Re-recordings of Blizzard?



Here's the story. Interestingly one of the musicians involved has a Rainbow connection (Bass player during the Long Live Rock and Roll era)

http://www.bobdaisley.com/remaster_main_links_info.htm
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Shortlist
1.Saints & Sinners (Lord "church"organ intro)
2.1987-LP-version
3.US Single remix
4.Starkers in Tokyo (unplugged)

Live Situations
1a. Saints & Sinners Live Versions 1982 - 1984
1b. pre-1987, Richard Bailey replaces Lord, ditches organ
2a.1987 intro with US Remix rhythm on verse 2, since 1987
2b. remake of old version with 1987glitches on "Farewell Tour" 1987
2c. remake of 1987 version with "oldeVersion Glitches" since 2003.
3a. Marsden & Moody do a pop-feel unplugged version.
3b. On Tony Ashton Tribute show, Bernie Mardsen does a bluesier unplugged version with Jon Lord running fast on accompanying organ.
3c. TheSnakes/CompanyofSnakes/M§ do Saints&Sinners version, though lacking a certain Power.
Full Circle.
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Chapter 1- The original in the series, it is quite raw, and has some energy, which is the the best part of the song. It lacks the power that the later versions have. Moreover, that shriek is irritating.

Chapter 2- The next version has more power, the guitars are louder and one word is changed- thankfully, "hobo" becomes "drifter". However, a slight soupy, romantic feel weighs it down. Looks like that irritating screech is still left behind there.

Chapter 3- The final version doesn't start softly, but instead, it is hard and vigorous throughout its length, but it doesn't run long. Moreover, it has a candlelit romance feel which gets nearly as irritating as that screech that they have removed. That guitar solo isn't good either.

Very hard to choose from the three versions.

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