Tuesday, March 28

Chris Von Sneidern - Unreleased, Covers & Demos

Unreleased Songs, Covers & Demos
various recording locales & dates

soundboard recordings (quality range VG+ to Ex-)

01 Little Guy
02 House Horse
03 Where Is the World Tonight?
04 I Disclaim the World
05 I Could Love Her Again
06 Judy
07 Shake Some Rice
08 Want You (demo)
09 One Side In Heaven (demo)
10 Gemini (demo)
11 Open Wide (demo)
12 Dream Away (demo)
13 Somedays (demo)
14 The Ballad (demo 1)
15 The Ballad (demo 2)
16 Too Much to Do (demo)
17 She Doesn't Get Made Up (demo)
18 Watch Them Ride Away (demo)
19 Ballad of El Goodo
20 Thirteen
21 Unkind (Japan-7 Inch)
22 Without a Prayer (Japan 7-Inch)
23 Chin Ho's Lament
24 Go to Bed

        
ROB SEZ: My friends at the old ASH music blog helped me discover the joy of Chris Von Sneidern's music back in 2014, which prompted THIS post featuring rare and unreleased CvS tracks. Now, thanks to Don, I bring you another helping. No time to post a sample for this one, but I'm pretty sure you won't regret taking a risk on it. Do check out Chris' music if you're not already familiar with it.
       
MP3@320 
This is ASH Tuesday post #60

4 comments:

  1. Never heard of this gentleman, but will have a good listen.
    Thanks as always for these great shares.

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  2. I think most people will enjoy his excellent pop/rock music. If you get interested in the artist, there's a good documentary from a few years back called "Why Isn't Chris Von Sneidern Famous?" Here's a link to the trailer:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEVwV3uzUQk

    And here's a brief interview with Chris about the documentary:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUxl6mo2EJE

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  3. When I first discovered indie power pop one of the first CD's I got (at the classic Disc Diggers in Somerville while playing long lunchtime hooky from the law firm) was CVS's "Open Wide". Luckily it was and is a great one and 1,000 CD's later I'm still digging.

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  4. With so much lousy music, it's a real shame that genuine talents like Chris don't get the attention they deserve. (I know I don't have to tell you that, Bruce!)

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