Sloan was born in New York City to an American father and a Romanian-born mother. His family moved to West Hollywood, California in 1957, where his father, a pharmacist, changed the family surname from "Schlein" to "Sloan" after repeatedly being denied a liquor license for his store. When Sloan was 13 his father bought him a guitar. However, after The Grass Roots enjoyed a Billboard Top 30 single with "Where Were You When I Needed You", the band's first album failed to chart, and Dunhill forced Sloan and Barri to recruit a real band to perform as The Grass Roots. Ultimately, a second band had to be recruited after the first one quit.
CITY WOMEN" was posted from the . Sloan CD "Anthology".
Label: RCA Of Australia Pty. Ltd. – 101725. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Sampler. City Women, On Top Of A Fence (7", Single).
You wake up warm from a summer's sleep But those city women get up and turn on the beat They just don't know when to let a man be Those city women are gonna be the death of me You work all day and you sweet real hard But you don't warn enough for them on your job So they
Sloan, Soundtrack: Repo Man. Singer/songwriter . Sloan was born Philip Gary Schlein on September 18, 1945 in New York City. Phil grew up on Long Island before eventually moving with his family to West Hollywood, California in 1957. At age twelve Sloan landed a record contract with Aladdin Records and recorded the single "All I Want Is Loving . At age twelve Sloan landed a record contract with Aladdin Records and recorded the single "All I Want Is Loving See full bio . Born: September 18, 1945 in New York City, New York, USA. Died: November 15, 2015 (age 70) in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Album Title: City Women. Sloan - Underwhelmed. Shaved Women - Shaved Women. C. K. B. - New York City Women. Marty Rhone And His Soul Agents - Thirteen Women. Twice As Much - Sittin' On A Fence. Sloan - Step On It, Jean. Sloan - The Sins Of The Family.
Sloan also wrote numerous folk-pop hits for many popular acts of the day which include the Turtles, Barry McGuire and many others. One of the best songwriters of his generation, Sloan also had good vocals that were moody and just right for rock music. The 1966 album, Twelve More Times was an electrified folk-rock album, dealing with more sophisticated subject matter as compared to his 1965 debut. From A Distance, Here’s Where You Belong, Upon A Painted Ocean and Lollipop Train sound like they could have been hit singles.