JOHN SYKES: 'Is This Love' Audio Clip Posted Online
Legendary guitarist John Sykes (THIN LIZZY, WHITESNAKE, BLUE MURDER) has posted an audio sample of his live version of WHITESNAKE's "Is This Love" at his official web site.
The song comes off Sykes' recently released (in Japan) live CD, "Bad Boy Live", which was recorded in April 2004 on Sykes' Japanese tour.
"Bad Boy Live" track listing:
01. Bad Boys (mp3 clip)
02. We All Fall Down
03. Cold Sweat
04. Crying In The Rain
05. Jelly Roll
06. Is This Love (mp3 clip)
07. Look In His Eyes
08. I Don't Wanna Live My Life Like You
09. Please Don't Leave Me
10. Still Of The Night
11. Thunder and Lightning (mp3 clip)
Joining Sykes in his touring band for the recording of the album were former DREAM THEATER/YNGWIE MALMSTEEN keyboardist Derek Sherinian, bassist Marco Mendoza (WHITESNAKE, BLUE MURDER, THIN LIZZY) and drummer Tommy Aldridge (OZZY OSBOURNE, TED NUGENT, WHITESNAKE).
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