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Restless Heart

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Category: Blues Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Toshiba EMI (Japan)

Catalog Number: TOCP-50090

Average Rating: 76 / 100 (21 ratings)

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Personnel
David Coverdale vocals
Adrian Vandenberg guitar
Guy Starka Pratt bass
Denny Carmassi drums and percussion
Brett Tuggle keyboards and backing vocals
Tracks
1.  Don't Fade Away  
2.  All In The Name Of Love  
3.  Restless Heart  
4.  Too Many Tears  
5.  Crying  
6.  Stay With Me  
7.  Can't Go On  
8.  You're So Fine  
9.  Your Precious Love  
10.  Take Me Back Again  
11.  Woman Trouble Blues  
12.  Anything You Want bonus track  
13.  Can't Stop Now bonus track  
14.  OI instrumental bonus track  

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From: Reno Date: May 28, 2002 at 20:41
For all the fans out there that preferred their older style from the early 80's. This album ws very good. back to the bluesy rock of Whitesnakes first albums.

From: Altay Date: August 12, 2002 at 17:27
i can't believe this cd came up at 1997.great hardrock,usual whitesnake tune.enjoy it. WOMEN TROUBLE BLUES!!!..woman..you promised me heaven but you gave me hell...

From: jarett r. Date: November 1, 2002 at 8:08
steve vai and brett tugle have both played with both david lee roth and whitesnake.

From: jarett r. Date: November 1, 2002 at 8:09
tuggle i meant

From: dusty Date: February 8, 2003 at 12:19
BLUES!!! This album is great!

From: Gar Date: February 18, 2003 at 22:22
I've only heard the title track and I really like it. Is the rest of the album up to par? Its kinda pricey; I'd hate to buy it just for one good song.

From: Dusty Date: March 4, 2003 at 10:42
The whole album is great. It's all very bluesy. It is a great album. (pricey? I had this one very cheep , but that was in the Netherlands)

From: vandervelde Date: July 18, 2003 at 17:13
I'm not into blues, but this album is really great. Don't be scared if you don't like blues, you will like this album. I think i like this even better than 1987 album.

From: Adam Blackheart Date: December 10, 2003 at 17:43
Great come back to late 70's and early 80's. Adrian we love you, David we loooooove you... you know it well

From: steve-o^ Date: February 24, 2004 at 13:33
Just goes to show - David Coverdale can go from one extreme to the next. He sounds fantastic as a soul/blues singer, and always has. It's a refreshing change from the 1987/Slip Of The Tongue *power ballad* phase - truly awesome. Steve

From: pozermaniac Date: May 4, 2004 at 6:50
Very good.This is Coverdale's real style!

From: Big Papa K Date: June 30, 2004 at 17:10
This goes back to their blues sounding albums. I am not too big of a fan of this style, but there are still good songs such as the title track. 6/10

From: Uusiolli Date: August 5, 2004 at 19:17
A return to his bluesier Whitesnake-days. Yes I say this is not a band record, but David Coverdale project. I liked the idea when I heard it but couldn't quite find the clue. Don't know why I didn't like this so much. 6/10,in Whitesnake scale, 8/10 otherwise. So let's give it 7/10.

From: Renato Palhano Date: August 15, 2004 at 20:58
If you looking for american hard rock, forget about this album!It was made for the old fans in south america,europe and other places where it was released.But some songs like Too Many Tears, Don't Fade Away and song title, could be in any Whitesnake album.

From: Propane Date: December 1, 2004 at 21:47
I like this one for the collection. Don't care for all of the songs, but just fine for the collection.

From: Remastered Reason Date: January 15, 2006 at 0:47
Amazingly enough, this cd starts out with a killer ballad & continues to dazzle through track #3, then sporatically throught. Overall, not essential but well worth wading through for the highlights.

From: Wardy Date: March 27, 2011 at 8:14
A good time to revisit the Snake with the soon to be released Forevermore (early listens hint success), Restless Heart was as many above (and years ago - always find that weird) have already said, a very good rootsy album. Highlight has to be lead track Don't Fade Away, a subtle but crucial moment in the Whitesnake semi-ballad catalog, a tremendous cruising the sunny highway if there ever was one... title track hits well enough and the reworked Too Many Tears is as good as before... the final minutes of Crying return to 80's bigtime Whitesnake but when all is said and done the album has little to do with that era and is more in tune with Coverdale's earlier works. So while carries handful of great tunes overall album ain't exactly brilliant but worth your coin if this is your cup o tea! Still, soft spot for this one and as far as blues Snake goes I'd sooner go here but is good enough to be essential for those needing the best of the catalog.

From: halfordhughes Date: April 30, 2011 at 23:55
this is very underrated album!!! great bluesy rock!!!

From: hair metal again Date: June 10, 2011 at 0:54
fantastic release by WHITESNAKE, and a great come back after the 2 hair metal previous releases.this is more laid back ,bluesy hard rock music with much quality,groove and style.the musicianship is excellent and the songwriting of the highest level.listen to :"woman trouble blues","take me back again","you re so fine" and "all in the name of love"!you should really dig this underrated gem

From: JOVIAOR Date: July 20, 2011 at 12:35
Tracks 2,3 and 5 are the highlights but still i am a bit

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 16, 2012 at 16:13
This album is more of a mellow bluesed release rather than anything else,i'd say an introspective one of Mr Coverdale..ironically the japanese bonus tracks "Anything You Want","Can't Stop Now" & the instrumental "Ol" are the ones that cheer it up because even though some other great tracks such as "Don't Fade Away"(nice),"Restless Heart","Too Many Tears","Can't Go On" & "Woman Trouble Blues" are probably excellent ones among others(these were my faves) do not match the energy of the aforementioned 3 bonus ones(is a personal opinion obviously)...if you want some relax then have this record...84/100

From: ROBERT Date: March 22, 2012 at 23:00
A.O.R.??? this is BLUES HARD ROCK!!

From: Ydol eM Date: August 3, 2013 at 10:42
As written here many times, this is bluesy hard rock with an excellent vocalist. If you like Coverdale's cooperation with Page or his solo album "Into the light" or simply early Whitesnake you will probably like "Restless heart" too. Those ones, however,who like their late 80s more (like me) might object to being slow/mid-tempo songs in the majority. Anyway, quality is guaranteed. 80/100.

From: underworld king Date: June 25, 2014 at 8:28
I picked this album up used back in 2006 and over time it has become one of my favorite Whitesnake albums. It sounds like DC went back to the early WS roots on this one with a bluesy feel. I wish WS would put out another album like this as I think his voice live would really fare better on songs such as this. Plus they could delve back into the early WS history (pre 1987) for an awesome setlist. I love all eras of Whitesnake and was fortunate to see the band in 87 at the height of their popularity. The 1987 lp will always be a favotite but I find that the older I get I prefer the 70's Whitesnake lps a little more.


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