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Norman Harris

Norman Harris

A pioneer of the Philly Soul movement, Norman Harris collaborated with soul and disco artists of the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s including The Trampps, The Four Tops, The Temptations, First Choice, Loletta Holloway, Curtis Mayfield, and Blue Magic, among many others. As an acclaimed guitarist, producer, arranger, and songwriter, Harris was also founding member of Philadelphia soul band MFSB and the record production trio Baker-Harris-Young. He opened his own production company, The Harris Machine, in the late 1970s and released his debut and only solo album, The Harris Machine, via Philadelphia International in 1980. His works have been sampled by some of the biggest contemporary artists in the world including 50 Cent, The Game, Whitney Houston, Jeezy, R. Kelly, Nas, Lauryn Hill, and Mary J. Blige.
4 tracks found
Anthony White "Never Let You Get Away from Me"
Anthony White
Album: Could It Be Magic
Genre: Pop
Mood: Aggressive
Blue Magic "Stop To Start"
Blue Magic
Album: Blue Magic
Genre: R&B
Mood: Easy Listening
Deep Sensation "Somehow, Somewhere (There's a Soul Heaven)"
Deep Sensation
Album: Good Times 2
Genre: R&B / Soul
Mood: Stressful
Norman Harris "In Search of Peace of Mind"
Album: The Harris Machine
Genre: R&B
Mood: Happy
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