Label: Eastworld - WTP-90491 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock
Bow Wow is an influential Japanese rock band formed in by Kyoji Yamamoto. In they renamed themselves to Vow Wowrecruited vocalist Genki Hitomi and adopted a mainstream sound. Yamamoto reformed Bow Wow in with all new members, before it became a trio when original members Mitsuhiro Saito and Toshihiro Niimi rejoined in In Japan their best-selling album is V which reached number 12 on the Oricon chart.
Bow Wow was formed in by Yoshimi Ueno, an inexperienced record producer who recruited vocalist and guitarist Mitsuhiro Vow Wow - V and drummer Toshihiro Niimi, whom he had managed before. However seeing talent in the band, production would soon be overseen by Touru Yazawa who had produced Alice, a renowned folk rock group in Japan.
Their first release with the new producer was the album Hard Dog inwhich set the pace for the band's future as a respectable hard rock act. In Vow Wow - V , the remaining three members were joined by vocalist Genki Hitomi and keyboardist Rei Atsumi, this resulted in a more commercial sound and the band decided a name change was necessary. Former Whitesnake bassist Neil Murray was recruited to fill the spot after he and Yamamoto worked on the second album from Phenomena although Murray later stated he never became a full member.
Although experiencing commercial success, Genki wanted to remain in Japan to begin a family. Vow Wow - V band regrouped without Neil who was recording with Black Sabbath, and utilized American studio bassist Mark Gould for their final album, Mountain Top.
Vow Wow disbanded after Back To Nature - Various - The Edge Of The Seventies May 28, concert at the Nippon Budokan.
Genki became a high school English teacher, while the other members each continued separate musical careers, Yamamoto forming the band Wild Flag in In MayYamamoto reformed Bow Wow with all new members. World Rock Festival.
They returned the following year when their next album got a Korean release. Genki Hitomi and Rei Atsumi reunited with Kyoji and Toshihiro for a Vow Wow reunion concert on December 25,and for two shows the following year on December 25 and 26, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Bow Wow Wow. Heavy metal hard rock. Virgin Books. Official Charts Company. Retrieved The Japan Times. Archived from the original on Young Guitar Magazine in Japanese.
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