RICKY WARWICK "Love Many, Trust Few" /CD/



European release of the second full-length solo album by the Irish Classic Rock/AOR/Hard Rock musician, former vocalist/guitarist of The Almighty.
Ricky Warwick best known as the frontman for the Scottish Hard Rock band The Almighty. He has also performed with a variety of other bands and as a solo artist. He has recently risen to prominence again with his work as frontman of the Thin Lizzy spin-off band, Black Star Riders.
Following the success of "Tattoos And Alibis" (2003), Ricky Warwick returned to the studio armed with a boatload of new songs and inspiration. And it doesn't hurt that his patron saint is one of Hair Metal's finest crooners, Def Leppard's Joe Elliot. This 14-song offering is just what fans want and would expect from the man who learned to play guitar from listening to Johnny Cash records: alt Country twists with bits of renegade Folk, and drinking songs thrown in for good measure. Contributions from Elliot, Ian Hunter and Vivian Campbell help give "Love Many, Trust Few" a more polished sound than "Tattoos And Alibis", and at times Warwick sounds like a younger, more rebellious version of Steve Earle. It's not trailblazing music by any means, but in terms of personal growth, it's a major step in the right direction.
Recorded by Joe Elliot, singer of Def Leppard!
Album features guest appearances by: Vivian Campbell (Def Leppard), Ian Hunter (Mott The Hoople), Joe Elliott (Def Leppard) and more!!
European edition features two bonus tracks, including cover song of Iron Maiden's "Running Free"!!!
Sleaszy Rider Records, 2005 (SR-0046). Made in Greece. First press.


Tracklist:
1.Johnny Or Elvis?
2.I Don't Know What To Do
3.Learning To Fall
4.New Neighbours Old Fences
5.Anybody Wanna Waste Some Time?
6.Come Back Home To me
7.Guilty
8.Lonely Moon
9.Cold September
10.Ain't Comin' Round
11.Even now
12.Rich Kids
13.Long Way Back To Nowhere
14.Sometimes Even Losers


Samples: http://www.last.fm

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