Title: Heaven for everyone
Catalogue number: 7243 8 82525 2 2
Format: Cd single
Condition sleeve / record: EX+ / EX
Extra: Blue cardboard
Only 1 Available!
"Heaven for Everyone" was a track Taylor wrote and tried out with Queen in 1987, although according to some sources it was written with Joan Armatrading in mind to sing it.
Whether she turned it down or Taylor withdrew his song is unclear, but it was recorded for his other band The Cross.
One night Mercury came to visit The Cross at the studio and after some drinks he gave them ideas of how to sing the song and ended up recording the lead vocals for it.
Mercury appeared on the UK version of their album "Shove It" as guest lead vocalist on the song, with Taylor doing backing vocals.
The roles were reversed on the single and the American "Shove It" version. Mercury's vocals were then used for the Made in Heaven release, with a couple of different lines and May singing backing vocals instead of Taylor, with Richards adding several arrangement ideas.
Released as a single in 1995, the song's music video commemorates Mercury, and also contains footage of Georges Méliès seminal 1902 silent film A Trip to the Moon
|Formats||Cd Single 5"|
|Condition Sleeve/Insert||Excellent or + (EX, EX+)|
|Condition Record/Disc||Excellent or + (EX, EX+)|
|Hard to Find||Common|