Guitarist Mick Moody is best known as a member of the inaugural lineup of Whitesnake, though he actually began his career years earlier as a member of Juicy Lucy. After exiting Juicy Lucy, Moody played with Snafu for a few years, as well as on several session gigs, before joining Whitesnake in 1978. When bandleader David Coverdale began tinkering with Whitesnake's lineup in the mid-'80s, Moody resumed his prior career as a session guitarist; he also formed a blues-rock outfit called the Moody Marsden Band with Whitesnake cohort Bernie Marsden, which released an album titled Never Turn Our Back on the Blues in 1994. Moody and Marsden reunited again in the Whitesnake-affiliated supergroup Company of Snakes in 2000, and Moody released his first solo album, the bluesy I Eat Them for Breakfast, in 2001. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi

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Slow and Easy Guitar Lesson by Micky Moody of Whitesnake
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Ali Maas & Micky Moody "fool for your loving" June 16th 2019 at Blues on the farm fest Bekesbourne
Snakecharmer - Micky Moody's Slide Solo live at Bilston on 24 January 2014
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