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Artist: John Sloman

Title: Disappearances Can Be Deceptive...

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John Sloman Disappearances Can Be Deceptive... Album Cover

 

Category: Aor

Year: 1989

Label: FM Records

Catalog Number: WKFM XD 114

Personnel

John Sloman Vocals, Guitars
Alan Murphy Guitars
Rob Fisher Keyboards
Pino Palladino Bass
Jon Munro Drums

Tracks

1.  Foolin' Myself  
2.  Now You Say Goodbye  
3.  Parting Line  
4.  Breathless  
5.  Save Us  
6.  In Too Deep  
7.  She Talks About You  
8.  Perfect Strangers  
9.  Jealous Eyes  
10.  Hooked On A Dream  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: January 4, 2006 at 21:14
Having been an admirer of John Sloman's work with Lone Star I quickly grabbed this when it came out. It's a pretty good release but I feel it never quite hits it's stride.It has a very "in the studio" feel about it and is very much a product production wise of it's time.There is some fine bass playing from Pino Palladino and the performances are all top notch but some of the material could be better and the overall feel leads a little to the bland side. I do like it but maybe not everyones taste

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 1, 2006 at 20:55
NIce poppy aor cd.It has good melodic songs with nice colaborations from great musicians.Don't spect anything ala FM for example but if you are an open minded person,this one would be worth buying.

From: rbrigade Date: November 1, 2008 at 19:20
Mostly for fans of funky, jazzy, pop/rock. Sloman is a talented singer but for a straight rocker this stuff will get really tiring, cause Sloman never delivers the straight way, there's always a funny twist in his vocal lines...

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 13, 2010 at 16:17
I wrote back a comment in 2006 but i'd like 2 be more specific about this release..first of all John Sloman IMHO is a great singer but probably can sound painful (in the good sense of the word) to others...the album consists of great Pop/AOR tracks also IMHO...guest musicians are top class (Alan Murphy from Go West & Robert Fisher of Climie/Fisher & the very talented Pino Palladino)..my fave tracks are "Foolin' Myself","Now You Say Goodbye"(love this one!),"Parting Line"(killer ballad),"Save Us" (superb ballad)...the rest of the album is pretty enjoyable to be honest...a matter of tastes but i would recommend this album 4 sure!!!.93/100

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 5, 2013 at 15:26
"Hooked On A Dream" and my new rate on this album...90/100

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 5, 2013 at 15:27
"In Too Deep"


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