Paris Black – Secret Seduction [1989]

Photobucket Country Canada         

Style AOR

Rating 88/100

Band Members Paris Black – Vocals, Howard Ayee – Bass, Graham Lear – Drums, Doug McKaskil – Guitars, Steve Sexton – Keyboards, Jay Speziale,Neil Donnel – Backing vocals

Tracks 1. Better Get Ready, 2. Buried Alive, 3. Black & White, 4. What´s Come Over You, 5. Why Me, 6. Two Worlds, 7. So You Fall For It All, 8. Barely, 9. Lover, 10. Every Emotion, 11. The Rising Line

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Profile Toronto’s Paris Black became a teen sensation in the early ’80’s as crooner and heart throb. His adult contemporary love songs drew him to the younger pre-puberty crowd and a featured face in Quebec teen magazine ‘Fan Club’.

His 1988 debut album, ‘Secret Seduction’, featured guest musicians Howard Ayee (bass), Graham Lear (drums), Doug McKaskill (guitar), Steve Sexton (keyboards) and the sister team TU (backing vocals). Songwriting assists were courtesy of Gerry Mosby (The Hunt, Rhinegold), Terry Crawford and Steve Sexton.

Three singles/videos gained regular rotation on MuchMusic/MusiquePlus. His follow-up, self-titled album in 1991 was released by ISBA Records. Despite a huge marketing and promotional push, he was never able to gain commercial acceptance. Paris continues to perform, model and has been acting in low budget feature films.

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