Coverdale • Page is a hard rock album, directed and performed by guitarist Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin and singer David Coverdale (Whitesnake, Deep Purple), released March 27, 1993 on the Geffen label Records in the US and EMI Group in Europe, produced by Jimmy Page, David Coverdale and Canadian producer Mike Fraser.
The album is recorded at Little Mountain Sound Studios in Vancouver, Canada, at Miami Criteria Studios and Highbrow Productions, Hook City and at Abbey Road Studios in London, England. The recording began at the end of 1992 and ended in early 1993. The duet had between 50 and 60 titles available and one of them, the song Shake My Tree is based on a riff of guitar that Jimmy Page had written for Led Zeppelin's In Through the Out Door album, but failed to convince the other members of the group, the idea was abandoned>. Six other tracks were recorded by Page and Coverdale, including Saccharin>, Good Love> and Southern Comfort>.
This studio album marks for Jimmy Page, the return to hard rock and commercial success, since the end of Led Zeppelin.