Slip of the Tongue

Slip of the Tongue

Infobox Album |
Name = Slip of the Tongue
Type = Studio
Artist = Whitesnake


Released = November 18 1989
Recorded =
Genre = Hard rock, glam metal, heavy metal, blues-rock
Length = 46:47
Label = EMI (UK) / Geffen (USA)
Producer = Mike Clink & Keith Olsen
Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:bqm8b5x4tsqs link]
* Rolling Stone Rating|2|5 [http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/whitesnake/albums/album/256760/review/5944820/slip_of_the_tongue link]
Last album = "Whitesnake"
(1987)
This album = "Slip of the Tongue"
(1989)
Next album = "Whitesnake's Greatest Hits"
(1994)
Misc = Singles
Name = Slip of the Tongue
Type = studio
single 1 = Fool for Your Loving
single 1 date = 1989
single 2 = Slip of the Tongue
single 2 date = 1989
single 3 = The Deeper the Love
single 3 date = 1990
single 4 = Now You're Gone
single 4 date = 1990
single 5 = Slow Poke Music
single 5 date = 1990

"Slip of the Tongue" is an album by the rock band Whitesnake, released in 1989. This is the band's ninth studio album overall. It features guitar virtuoso Steve Vai on guitars. Three singles were released from the album: "Fool for Your Loving", "The Deeper the Love" and "Now You're Gone". "Slip of the Tongue" sold over four million copies.

"Fool For Your Loving" originally appeared on the Ready an' Willing album, but it was re-recorded for this album.

Track listing

All songs written by David Coverdale and Adrian Vandenberg except as noted.

# "Slip of the Tongue" – 5:20
# "Cheap an' Nasty" – 3:28
# "Fool For Your Loving 89" (Coverdale, Micky Moody, Bernie Marsden) – 4:10
# "Now You're Gone" – 4:11
# "Kittens Got Claws" – 5:00
# "Wings of the Storm" – 5:00
# "The Deeper the Love" – 4:22
# "Judgment Day" – 5:15
# "Slow Poke Music" – 3:59
# "Sailing Ships" – 6:02

For Fool For Your Loving, the "89" is not part of the song title. However it is included here to avoid confusion with the original 1980 version.

ingles

*"Fool For Your Loving 89"
*"Slip of the Tongue"
*"Now You're Gone"
*"The Deeper the Love"
*"Slow Poke Music"

Personnel

*David Coverdale – vocals
*Steve Vai – Guitars
*Adrian Vandenberg - Guitars (credited, but does not appear on album)
*Rudy Sarzo – bass
*Tommy Aldridge – drums

Guest Musicians

*Glenn Hughes - backing vocals
*Tommy Funderburk - backing vocals
*Richard Page - backing vocals on "Now You're Gone" [http://hem.passagen.se/snowblnd/sof/interviews/tt-wte89.html Wagging Tongue promotional version] - Interview with David Coverdale]
*Don Airey - keyboards
*David Rosenthal - keyboards

Other credits

* Produced and engineered by Keith Olsen and Mike Clink
* Assisted by Noel Golden, Gordon Fordyce, Shay Baby & Allen Abrahamson
* Mixed at Record Plant Studios by Mike Clink and Keith Olsen
* Mastered by Greg Fulginiti at Artisan Sound Recorders
* John Kalodner: A&R

Trivia

* Due to an injury, Adrian Vandenberg was unable to perform on this recording. Steve Vai played all guitars on the album. However, Adrian Vandenberg was credited as a bandmember and included in the group photoshoot in the album sleeves.
* David Coverdale's wife (1989–1991), Tawny Kitaen was on a video for the song "The Deeper the Love".

References

External Link(s)

[http://whitesnake.com/new/index10.html Official site]


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