BILL WARD SOLO RELEASES UPDATE

I received an E-Mail from Mark Jones (Bill Ward’s Production Manager) regarding info on not just one, but *THREE* Bill Ward Solo releases in 1997. Here is the Press Release:

BILL WARD / MUNGUS SHINE ENTERTAINMENT

At 5 p.m. Pacific time, on Thursday the 30th of January, 97, Mungus Shine Entertainment (owned by Bill Ward), signed into a worldwide record deal with Cleopatra Records (excluding South America and Japan). The first album, titled, When the Bough Breaks, will be released in mid April in the following territories:

USA / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Caroline
UK / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Pinnacle / Cargo
France / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Tripsichord
Germany / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Infarot
Poland / Label Cleopatra / Distributor PPH Vivo
Australia / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Shock Distribution
Holland / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Sonic Rendevous
South Africa / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Tic Tac Bang
Hong Kong / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Monitor Records
Korea / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Myong Eumco Ltd.
Italy / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Audioglobe
Canada / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Cargo Records
Portugal / Label Cleopatra / Distributor ETC Distribution
New Zealand / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Global Routes
Sweden / Label Cleopatra / Distributor Hot Stuff Records

A second record release from Mungus Shine Entertainment and Cleopatra Records will commence in September 97. This album is titled, Remembering, and will be available on the same labels previously mentioned.

Also in June or July 97, available only through Mungus Shine Entertainment, will be the double CD, Along The Way, original and a remake version of Along The Way. Also included on double CD are the songs, It’s Alright, originally recorded on the Black Sabbath album, Technical Ecstasy, and Swinging The Chain, originally recorded on the Black Sabbath album, Never Say Die. Also included on the double CD will be four previously unreleased Bill Ward songs. This double CD is obtainable through Mungus Shine’s website, scheduled to be operational in late March 97.

SPECIAL NOTICE: The Ozzy Osbourne tracks on Along The Way, (original) will not appear, ref. Jack’s Land, and Bombers Can Open Bomb Bays. The Ozzy tracks will not be replaced by other artists, but deleted from the original album format.

Further news updates will be given as more gets revealed.

Mark Jones

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