||Slipaway CD (1992) |
Bennet Bowman music CDs All songs written by Jerry Shelfer except "You Don't Miss Your Water" (William Bell).
Bammie Winner plays honest mix of R&B, C&W & R&R in a stylistic mix reminiscent of Chris Isaak, Van Morrison, Merle Haggard, Bruce Springsteen & ...
||Like Me That Way CD (2005) |
Bennet Bowman CD discography Track Listing of songs: Love; Like Me That Way; Go on Go On; Ooh Mama Mama; Glory Days Are Gone; Identity; Don't Worry Now; Annalisa; Remember; ; Sun; Feel; Great American Dream; Clock on the Wall; Walking Endlessly; Simple Tune, ...
||My Best Yesterday CD (2002) |
Bennet Bowman discography Jill Olson was watching the 2002 Academy Awards with friends when, all of a sudden, she heard a very familiar song. Halle Berry had just won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in "Monster's Ball," and conductor ...
||Identity Parade CD (2005) |
Bennet Bowman albums Big Wheel: Khoi Huynh (guitar); Scott Rhoades (bass guitar).
Additional personnel: Bennet Bowman, Hugh Boone, John Stuart (drums); Tom Bishel, Karla Kane, CVS (background vocals).
||Gal Who Would Be King CD (1996) |
Bennet Bowman CD discography Nashville twang meets Liverpool jangle -- The Gal Who Would Be King would be the natural result had Marti Jones or Syd Straw been old enough to date the late Gram Parsons in his Flying Burrito Brothers days. ...
||Go! CD (1996) |
Bennet Bowman music CDs Following 1992's SIGHT AND SOUND and 1994's excellent BIG WHITE LIES, GO! finds San Francisco-based singer/songwriter Chris Von Sneidern expanding his musical horizons beyond the power pop forms mastered on the first two albums. While most of GO!'s ...
||Sight & Sound CD (1993) |
Bennet Bowman songs Around the turn of the '90s, native New Yorker Chris Von Sneidern spent over half a decade in the San Francisco Bay Area. There he honed his skills as a local solo performer while partaking of brief-and unfortunately ...
||Headful Of Words: The Best Of CVS Vol. 1 CD (2004) |
Bennet Bowman albums Subtitled - The Best of the CVS Volume One. Chris von Sneidern has been making some of the smartest pop rock around since he started his solo career in the early nineties. A founding father of the current power pop revival, CvS writes great melodies in the tradition of Badfinger, the Raspberries, and Todd ...