Bow Wow discography (main). lt; Vow Wow III (1986). Bow Wow discography (all). lt; Don't Leave Me Now, Cry No More (1987). Vow Wow V. Bow Wow. Type: Full-length. The album is also included in the boxed set The Vox. Recording information: Recorded at Ibiza Studios, Ibiza, Spain, June 1987.
Bow Wow Album Photos (9). Vow Wow V Album Photos (1). Kingdom.
Vow Wow - Vow Wow V (1987) Album Photo by 신길동옹.
import racks with an onslaught of fine albums and EPs for years on end, Japanese hard rock phenoms Vow Wow finally quit their homeland for London in 1987, leaving behind long-serving bassist and unwilling ex-patriot Kenji Sano, but welcoming well-traveled Brit player Neil Murray (ex-Whitesnake, future Black Sabbath, et. as his replacement. Unfortunately for the group, that same year's sparingly named V did little to increase their commercial profile in the highly competitive hard rock market of the late '80s, not through lack of competency, mind you, but because.
They renamed themselves to Vow Wow in 1984, before moving to England in 1987 and disbanding in 1990. Guitarist and vocalist Kyoji Yamamoto reformed Bow Wow in 1995 with all new members, before original members Mitsuhiro Saito and Toshihiro Niimi rejoined him three years later YouTube Encyclopedic.
Listen to music from Vow Wow like Nightless City, Beat Of Metal Motion & more. Bow Wow's (1976-84) style is hard/speed rock, but later (1984) when they changed name to VW, they also changed line-up and style to more melodic and commercial (and less 'agressive'). We should treat VW and BW as two different (but connected) bands. Now they back to Bow Wow name, returned to old lineup and old style.
Vow Wow - Live in the . Video, 2006, Self-Released.
Vow Wow - Rock Your Cradle Vow Wow - Cyclone (1985). Vow Wow - Don't Leave Me Now (Extended Version) Vow Wow - V (1987). Vow Wow - The Girl In Red Vow Wow - V (1987). Vow Wow - Go Insane Vow Wow - Iii (1986).