Heaven and Hull is the final solo album by Mick Ronson, released in 1994, following Ronson's death the previous year. It featured collaborations by longtime friends of Ronson including David Bowie, Joe Elliott, and Ian Hunter. Other artists included Martin Chambers and Chrissie Hynde, Phil Collen and John Mellencamp.
Hunter, escribió y grabó la canción "Michael Picasso" como tributo a su amigo, y la incluyó en el álbum de 1996 The Artful Dodger, que fue el siguiente a Dirty Laundry de 1995. También participó en el trabajo póstumo de Ronson Heaven and Hull (1994) y en el primer Concierto en Memoria de Mick Ronson en abril de 1994.
18 de sept. de 2022 · From his early-’70s glory-and-glitter days as the muscular, platinum-haired axeman in David Bowie‘s Spiders from Mars to his workmanlike late-’80s club gigs with Ian Hunter, Mick Ronson always proved himself a rock guitarist of the highest order.
His second and third solo albums were Play Don't Worry in 1975, and Heaven and Hull in 1994. The latter set was only partly completed at the time of Ronson's death, and was released posthumously. Artists involved with the album included Bowie, John Mellencamp, Joe Elliott , Ian Hunter, Chrissie Hynde , and Martin Chambers .
10 de may. de 1994 · Heaven and Hull. 2016 CD Epic / SICP 31037. Ian Hunter departed that band. Hunter would collaborate with Ronno and his first solo album, however management shenanigans meant that it was released under Hunter's name only, as there were still plans for Ronno to have his own solo career.
1 de ene. de 1994 · Guitar hero Mick Ronson died of cancer in 1993, midway through his third solo album. His running buds—Ian Hunter, David Bowie, Joe Elliott, Chrissie Hynde, John Mellencamp, and others—stepped up to complete the project. In the results, you can hear the quality that had kept Ronson going.
26 de may. de 2020 · For his third and final solo album, Heaven And Hull, Ronson received support from Ian Hunter, John Mellencamp, Chrissie Hynde, Sham Morris and Joe Elliott. Joe Elliott: “I met them at Dublin Airport and, Jesus, Mick was gaunt! He’d always been wiry, but the change in his appearance was dramatic.