Harris, Major

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Jealousy
New - LP - SD 18160
Sealed 1976 Original. Unable To Confirm Exact Pressing. Small Corner Crease. “Major Harris' Soulful, Smokey Voice Exudes Emotion On "I Got Over Love," "Jealousy," And A Remake Of Blue Magic's "Talking To Myself." Four Of The Eight Songs Are Courtesy Of Joe Jefferson And Charles "Charlie Boy" Simmons; There's Two By Bobby Eli And Vinnie Barrett (Neé Gwendolyn Woolfolk), An Eli/Collins Song, And "Ruby Lee," By Ron Baker And Norman Harris. Jefferson Is Major's Brother, And Harris His Cousin -- A Family Affair.” AMG - Andrew Hamilton more
My Way
New - LP - SD 18119
Sealed 1974 Original. “My Way Contains Major Harris' Number One R&B Hit "Love Won't Let Me Wait," A Smooth Exercise In Romantic Eroticism, And Its Bouncy Successor, "Loving You Is Mellow." The Disc Features A Smooth, Aching Remake Of Blue Magic's "Sideshow," Co-Written By Guitarist Bobby Eli, As Were The Two Previously Mentioned Singles, "Sweet Tomorrow," And "Just A Thing That I Do." "Each Morning I Wake Up" And "After Loving You" Are The Best Of Three Compositions By Melvin And Mervin Steals, AKA Mystro & Lyric, Best Known For Scribing The Spinners' "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love." The Title Track Is Harris' Philly Soul Rendition Of Frank Sinatra's "My Way," Which Really Doesn't Stray That Far From The Original.” – Andrew Hamilton, AMG more

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