Final Tracklisting Revealed For All-Star Compilation To Benefit ENUFF Z’NUFF Drummer Ricky Parent, American Cancer Society
March 16, 2006, 16 years ago
MelodicRock.com has issued the following update:
A benefit CD that was originally scheduled for worldwide release last year is finally going to see the light of day.
Labour Of Love will be released April 1st, according to 34 West spokesperson Aaron Duke. “We've survived a fire, a lot of tough losses personally and professionally but we've persevered.”
On January 28th, 2006 a huge fire broke out on Main Street in downtown Galesburg, Illinois. 34 West was located right next door to the blaze. Thanks to the Galesburg Fire Department, the label was fortunate to be able to recover all their files and masters for the project but it set the release date back yet again.
The final tracklisting is being released and features two previously rare and unreleased tracks from ENUFF Z’NUFF and TRIXTER plus appearances from BON JOVI's Richie Sambora, FOREIGNER's Jeff Pilson and SY KLOPPS BLUES BAND featuring members of JOURNEY, THE TUBES and EUROPE.
Final tracklisting For Labour Of Love: 'Nowhere Man' - LIBERTY N' JUSTICE, 'Round And Round' - SY KLOPPS BLUES BAND (featuring members of JOURNEY, THE TUBES, EUROPE and ENUFF Z'NUFF), 'Baby Loves You' - BEST OF SEVEN (featuring Donnie Vie of Enuff Z'nuff), 'Outerspace' - ENUFF Z'NUFF (previously unreleased), 'When A Blind Man Cries' - HEAVEN AND EARTH (featuring Richie Sambora of BON JOVI), 'I Give My Life' - R.I.P.E., 'When Heaven Comes Down' - JEFF PILSON, 'The Albatross' - WADE WILLIAMS, 'One More Time' - THORNBIRDS (featuring Russ Parish - ATOMIC PUNKS, METAL SKOOL, FIGHT), 'Valentine' - JAMIE ROWE, 'One Step' - MATT FIG, 'Miss You' - SIXTY 10, 'Save Your Soul' - 40FT RINGO, 'Fanatic' - CRUNCHY, 'Penny Pills' - CRASH KELLY, 'Might As Well' - DRY, 'Little Brother' - JOE BECKER, 'Heart Of Steel' (live) - TRIXTER (bonus track, previously unreleased).
Pre orders for Labour of Love can be made at the label website www.34west.net. Shipments are expected to go out by late March. Proceeds from the CD are being given to help defray medical costs for Ricky Parent and a portion will also be given to the American Cancer Society. Parent, drummer for Chicago's Enuff Z'nuff was diagnosed with cancer in 2004 and continues his recovery.
“He has good days and bad days but he's a fighter and he's got a new perspective on life and what is really important”, says Duke.
Sound clips from the CD are available for preview at www.myspace.com/34westrecords.
Radio and other media can request materials for review and airplay by contacting the label - www.34west.net / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.rickyparent.net.