Whitesnake - Slow An' Easy

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Music video by Whitesnake performing Slow An' Easy. 

(C) 1984 Geffen Records

"Slow an' Easy" is a song by the English hard rock band Whitesnake, taken from their 1984 album Slide It In. The album provided the group with a commercial breakthrough in the United States, and this specific song. which was released as a promo single, became a hit on rock radio. "Slow an' Easy" and previous single "Love Ain't No Stranger" reached #17 and #34 on the publication Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, respectively.

The song was co-written by singer David Coverdale and guitarist Micky Moody, who was the only original member, besides Coverdale, left in the band. Moody was possibly the one that influenced the bluesy style of "Slow An' Easy"; most of the material on Slide It In took influence from contemporary melodic hard rock in terms of sound, in contrast to the earlier, blues rock based albums of the band.

In 25th Anniversary Edition of Slide It In, Coverdale comments on the songs recording by saying:
"Slow & Easy was recorded at 4 in the morning in Munich after a serious night's partying...Most of the vocals is just a live 'jam' lyric I made up to inspire the band as we recorded...I played around with the lyric later to try and make some sense of it..."
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