Live In The Heart Of The City is a live album by Whitesnake.
It was recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in London on the 23 June 1980 (songs 1 to to 9) at the Hammersmith Odeon on 23 November 1978 (songs 10 to 15). The 1978 songs had previously been issued as Live In Hammersmith but only in Japan. The album was released in November 1980.
Whitesnake Live In The Heart Of The City
Disc: 1 – Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1980
1. Come On
2. Sweet Talker
3. Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues
4. Love Hunter
5. Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City
6. Fool For Your Loving
7. Ain’t Gonna Cry No More
8. Ready An’ Willing
9. Take Me With You
Disc: 2 Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1978
1. Come On
2. Might Just Take Your Life
3. Lie Down
4. Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City
The band at this stage was:
David Coverdale – vocals
Micky Moody – guitar
Bernie Marsden – guitar
Jon Lord – keyboards
Neil Murray – bass guitar
Ian Paice – drums (in 1980)
Dave Dowle – drums (1978)
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Buying Live In The Heart Of The City
To help you to find the album quickly and easily, I’ve given you the following links:
- Amazon.com as a CD or mp3
- Amazon.co.uk as a CD or mp3
- iTunes as a digital download
- eBay as a CD
It’s still worth checking around on the websites to make sure that there isn’t a more up-to-date or less expensive option.
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Do you think that this album is the best Whitesnake live album?
What do you like or dislike about it?
Whitesnake are included in my poll to find the best live album by the members of Deep Purple (marks 2 to 4).
The Best Live Albums Ever
At this stage Whitesnake were playing a blues rock style of rock and I’ve included this album in the poll to find the best blues rock live albums.
My aim is to help you to find the best live albums through readers polls, my own reviews and from bringing in Amazon reviews.
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