White Snake is the first solo album by David Coverdale, released in early 1977. Coverdale would use the album title as the name of his future band, first known as "David Coverdale's Whitesnake" and soon afterwards shortened to Whitesnake. As his first solo effort, Coverdale later admitted: "It's very difficult to think back and talk sensible about the first album
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It was last year while visiting with Beats 1 Radio that Snoop Dogg revealed that his next album would be a Gospel record dedicated to his faith. It’s always been on my heart, man," he unveiled. I just never got around to it because I always be doing gangsta business or doing this or doing that. I just felt like it’s been on my heart too long.
Any adult who had never taken up arms against the . government could apply. Women and immigrants who had applied for citizenship were eligible.
The Homestead Act was a piece of legislation passed by the United States Congress and signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln in 1862. Under the law, people could lay rightful claim to a set amount of land if they lived on it for five years while also farming it. At one point, an estimated 10% of the land in the United States was owned through homestead claims, and the act contributed significantly to westward expansion in North America, encouraging people to establish footholds well outside the original 13 colonies
|A6||The White Trash Song|
|B2||When The Sun Don't Shine|
|B3||Devil In Disguise|
|B4||Hog Call Rag|
|B5||The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down|
- Arranged By, Engineer – Bill Trigg
- Banjo, Fiddle, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Dobro, Arranged By – John Hedgecoth
- Banjo, Rhythm Guitar, Harmonica, Bass, Vocals – Elmo Shropshire
- Bass – Bill Amatneek
- Electric Bass, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Patsy Trigg*
- Lead Guitar, Dobro – Steve Young
- Percussion – Gene Okamoto, Jimmy Hudson
- Piano – Mike Cogan
- Producer, Arranged By – The Homestead Act*
- Rhythm Guitar – Bob Fowler
- Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – John Pierson , Lynn Hayes
- Steel Guitar, Mandolin – Don Beck