'Honest, simple, and to the point, Bill Bonk's low-key pop songs are heartfelt and ultra-compelling. Close your eyes, and you'd swear the second offering on Bonk's dozen-cut CD, 'Merchant of Venice', was a Squeeze song, and a cool one at that! Lyrically, he's intelligent, clever (and unpretentious), and in the case of 'Winston Churchill,' historical as well. There are many winners on Spaghetti Western, produced by Dan Fredman, including the classic and poignant 'World Gone Mad' and the '50's-style bop and Dylan vocalizing of 'Teen Canteen'... His clear, strong voice, keen sense of melody, and wonderful lyrics place him in the ballpark of something like an American version of Crowded House...All I can say is, it's about time! More, more, more!' Bam Magazine You might recognize 'World Gone Mad' from a recent episode of ABC-TV's program, 'Alias'.