David Coverdale Sees Red on New Rhino Podcast

Whitesnake's new 'Love Songs' collection
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Lockdown got you seeing red lately? David Coverdale has been seeing red, too - and some white and blue, for good measure.

The Whitesnake frontman joined the Rhino Podcast this week to share more about his latest project: the "Red, White and Blues Trilogy" that's revisited, remastered and remixed some of the band's biggest hits and fan favorites by genre. The white-covered The Rock Album was released earlier this summer, and the red entry, Love Songs, was issued Nov. 6. It features a new mix of international hit "Is This Love" plus three never-before-heard tracks from the sessions to Coverdale's 2000 solo album Into the Light.

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