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Eddie Harris, one of the four, sums it up best after a live run through of "Cherokee": "Those of you who'd like to know who I am, ask the person seated next to you',' he says, waiting a beat for the inevitable laughs. Many times the person sitting next to you don't know who I am either. Just keep asking, somebody might know". It seems to have been Dorn's life's work to make sure people do know, not just Harris but Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Cannonball Adderley, Les McCann and others. Each disc offers something special. Harris's might be the most revelatory. On A Tale of Two Cities, he displays a sweet tone and a swinging style on his saxophone that seem effortless. Harris had hits, including "Listen Here" included here, and his duet with McCann on "Compared to What" (found on McCann's disc without Harris). But his stature is not commensurate with his talent.
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The Electrifying Eddie Harris (Vinyl) 1967. That Is Why You Are Overweight (Vinyl) 1975. The Electrifying Eddie Harris & Plug Me In 1993. Artist's Choice - The Eddie Harris Anthology CD2 1993. Eddie Harris Goes To The Movies (Vinyl) 1962. I Need Some Money 1998. Silver Cycles (Vinyl) 1968.
A Tale of Two Cities. The Eddie Harris Piano Classics consists of 24 Eddie Harris compositions, for the moderately skilled player, that have been arranged for solo piano by David Berger. The arrangements of the compositions consist of three staves. The top stave is a lead sheet of each compositions as to exactly how Eddie played it. The bottom two staves consist of a piano arrangement that present the essence of the groove and harmonic sense of each composition. The compositions are written to provide the rhythmic pulse and harmonies using just the piano since all 24 compositions were originally recorded with full.
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A Tale of Two Cities is the debut album by British musical group Mr Hudson & The Library, released on 5 March 2007. It is named after the Charles Dickens novel of the same name. On the Street Where You Live" (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe). Take Us Somewhere New". Too Late Too Late" (Brass by Nik Carter-Sax, Jack Birchwood-Trumpet and Steven Fuller-Trombone). Everything Happens to Me" (Tom Adair, Matt Dennis).
|Sonnymoon (For Two)|
|I Can't Get Started (With You)|
|Don't Let Me Go|
|VNCD3||Eddie Harris||A Tale Of Two Cities (CD, Album)||Night Records||VNCD3||1991|
|VJCP-30086||Eddie Harris||A Tale Of Two Cities (CD, Album)||Virgin Japan||VJCP-30086||Japan||1991|
|2 91589||Eddie Harris||A Tale Of Two Cities (CD, Album)||Virgin||2 91589||1991|
|4-91589||Eddie Harris||A Tale Of Two Cities (Cass, Album)||Night Records||4-91589||US||1991|
|VNTC3||Eddie Harris||A Tale Of Two Cities (Cass, Album)||Night Records||VNTC3||1991|
|VNLP3||Eddie Harris||A Tale Of Two Cities (LP, Album)||Night Records||VNLP3||Europe||1991|
|TMF 9304||Eddie Harris||A Tale Of Two Cities (CD, Album)||Hyena Records||TMF 9304||US||2002|