|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Time Stands Still||10||Audio||1981||House Of Lords Records|
|2||Time Stands Still||10||Audio||1981||House Of Lords Records|
|3||Spark Of Desire||10||Audio||1978||Warner Bros. Records|
|4||So Long Baby Jane||2||Audio||1981||House Of Lords Records|
|5||Words On The Wire||2||Audio||1981||House Of Lords Records|
|6||What Kind Of Love||2||Audio||1987||Attic|
|7||Once In A Long Time||2||Audio||1978||Warner Bros. Records|
|8||Sweet Rose||2||Audio||1979||Warner Bros. Records|
|9||Boys & Girls||2||Audio||1987||Attic|
|10||Time Stands Still||2||Audio||1981||House Of Lords Records|
|11||Imagine A Song||2||Audio||1978||Warner Bros. Records|
Christopher Ward has written songs for Diana Ross, Hilary Duff, Wynonna Judd, The Backstreet Boys, Meredith Brooks, Tina Arena, Amanda Marshall, Peter Cetera, Colin James, Roch Voisine and many others. His best-known song is the worldwide # 1 hit for Alannah Myles, ‘Black Velvet’, recently included in Bob Mersereau’s book ‘The Top 100 Canadian Singles’.
Previously, Ward was a member of the ‘Second City Touring Company’, based in Toronto. In 1984, as Canada’s first ‘VJ’, he helped launch MuchMusic, where he interviewed artists as diverse as Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Peter Gabriel and Tina Turner.
In 2002, Ward was featured in ‘Austin Powers - Goldmember’ in the group Ming Tea, alongside Susanna Hoffs, Matthew Sweet and Mike Myers.