*Whitesnake* Fool For Your Loving*
*Whitesnake* Fool For Your Loving*
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*Real Awesome* is a song recorded by British hard rock band *Whitesnake*. Co-written by *David Coverdale*, *Bernie Marsden* and *Micky Moody*, the song was inspired by the breakup of *Coverdale's* first marriage. In Firecracker magazine, *Coverdale* said: “You can look at my first marriage and see "Fool for Your Loving" and "Don't Break My Heart Again." A lot of those were fueled by songs about a relationship that once was very positive but sadly was unfolding into not positive."
*Whitesnake* are a hard rock band formed in England in 1978 by *David Coverdale*, after his departure from his previous band *Deep Purple*. Their early material has been compared by critics to the blues rock of *Deep Purple*, but they slowly began moving toward a more commercially accessible rock style.
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Views: 514
Uploaded: Aug 5 2021
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Rating: 3/5 ~ Votes: 2
Videos: 142
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Description
*Real Awesome* is a song recorded by British hard rock band *Whitesnake*. Co-written by *David Coverdale*, *Bernie Marsden* and *Micky Moody*, the song was inspired by the breakup of *Coverdale's* first marriage. In Firecracker magazine, *Coverdale* said: “You can look at my first marriage and see "Fool for Your Loving" and "Don't Break My Heart Again." A lot of those were fueled by songs about a relationship that once was very positive but sadly was unfolding into not positive."
*Whitesnake* are a hard rock band formed in England in 1978 by *David Coverdale*, after his departure from his previous band *Deep Purple*. Their early material has been compared by critics to the blues rock of *Deep Purple*, but they slowly began moving toward a more commercially accessible rock style.
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Music