Former THE ALMIGHTY Frontman RICKY WARWICK: New Solo Album Samples Available
Former THE ALMIGHTY frontman Ricky Warwick has uploaded audio samples from his upcoming second solo album, "Love Many Trust Few", at his official web site. Check them out at this location.
The follow-up to 2003's "Tattoos and Alibis", "Love Many Trust Few" was produced by Ronan McHugh and DEF LEPPARD frontman Joe Elliott and features guest appearances from DEF LEPPARD guitarist Vivian Campbell and Canadian singer/songwriter Emm Gryner. The artwork and design was handled by Steve Averill (the guitar player with the seminal Irish punk band THE RADIATORS FROM SPACE), who has previously worked with U2. A video for the track "Learning to Fall" was shot during Warwick's performance at the Sprit Stone in Dundalk, Ireland on March 31. A May release via Sanctuary Records is expected.
"Love Many Trust Few" track listing:
01. Johnny or Elvis?
02. I Don’t Know What to Do
03. Learning to Fall
04. New Neighbors Old Fences
05. Anybody Wanna Waste Some Time?
06. Come Back Home to Me
08. Lonely Moon
09. Cold September
10. Ain't Comin’ Round
11. Even Now
12. Rich Kids
13. Long Way Back to Nowhere
14. Sometimes Even Losers
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