John Sloman – Disappearances Can be Deceptive [1989]

JOHN_SLOMAN_DCBDCountry United Kingdom          Style Hard Rock/AOR

Rating 84/100

Band Members
John Sloman – Vocals,Guitars, Alan Murphy,Shaun Baxter – Guitars, Rob Fisher,Adrian Lee,Richard Cottle – Keyboards, Pino Palladino – Bass, Jon Munro – Drums, Gregg Dechert,Neil Lockwood,John “Caruso” Munro – Backing vocals

Tracks
01. Foolin’ Myself (3:27), 02. Now You Say Goodbye (3:27), 03. Parting Line (4:29), 04. Breathless (3:56), 05. Save Us (5:04), 06. In Too Deep (3:17), 07. She Talks About You (4:03), 08. Perfect Strangers (4:47), 09. Jealous Eyes (4:39), 10. Hooked On A Dream (4:19)

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Profile John Sloman was born in Cardiff and he is a former member of Trapper, Pulsar, Lone Star and Uriah Heep. In 1989 he released his first solo album titled  “Disappearances Can be Deceptive” produced in part by Todd Rundgren.  A pretty good release. There is some fine bass playing from Pino Palladino and the performances are all top notch with good melodic songs and nice colaborations from great musicians. If your a fan of Uriah Heep’s “Conquest” album or Lone Star’s “Firing on all Six” album, you’ll like this album, it might be a little more commercial then those album’s, but the album is still good…

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