I have never really been a big Whitesnake fan until early 2010 when my former bandmate Nick “Blaster” Hansen lent me the Whitesnake DVD “Live: In The Still Of The Night”. It opened up my eyes to how much of an awesome vocalist David Coverdale is, and how cool Whitesnake songs actually are. I quickly became obsessed with the live version of “Here I Go Again” from the DVD. It’s a lot heavier than the original 80’s album version, and I began singing it to myself all the time.
It didn’t take me long to decide to record my own version of the song, just for fun. I based my version on the live one I’d come to like so much. I kept it pretty similar to Whitesnake’s, but added my own little touches here and there, and changed the ending to my liking. I also made sure the keyboard sound was really huge.
The recording was done in bits and pieces, because unfortunately I hardly find the time to get into the studio. I eventually finished off the song in May 2010, and proudly stuck it on Facebook to show my friends.
Our 2nd concert live @ Davis Club Vienna (9th of June 2018):
Blue Boeser (voc, blues harp, guitar)
Ernst Fuhrmann (guitar, voc)
Walter Gahr (guitar)
Georg Merzer (bass, voc)
Robert Pisa (drums)
Rainer Prinz (keys, voc)
This song represents the pranks on the Weekday Warriors. The song has the same music going on in the background the whole time almost as if it’s an annoyance. Pudge, Colonel, and Alaska all pull many pranks on the Weekday Warriors and it’s the same outcome. They get in trouble, get punished, then go and pull another prank. Hey keep going and pranking as if it’s a job. The same sequence happens in a continuous circle of never ending pranks. the song does the same thing throughout the music and lyrics.