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Kim & Reggie Harris don't mind wearing their political views on their sleeves. This, however, doesn't mean that Simplicity hits the listener over the head with left-wing positions. Instead, songs like "Big Big World" broadly condemn the small minds of the wealthy few who lay on the beach in Belize while so many go without. The duo cleverly points out that no one really knows what a politician means by "new world order." "Hold On" implores the battered and berated to never give up, while the instrumental "Song of Peace" floats like a prayer sent up for the unity of all nations. Other traditional songs also read like prayers to a higher power. There's a distinctive version of "This Little Light of Mine," complete with lovely harmony, and "Roll Jordan, Roll," beautifully sung by Kim Harris. The events of September 11 are also present on Simplicity, most obviously on "Short Shift at Ground Zero," a song that provides a three-dimensional view of a national tragedy. Kim & Reggie Harris also don't mind borrowing material from others. Certain choices, like Pete Seeger's "Rainbow Race," seem obvious, while others, like Sting's "We Work the Black Seam," are less so. Acoustic guitars, bass, and mild percussion provide atmospheric arrangements for the material and an appropriate underpinning for the vocals. While Simplicity's willingness to delve into political and social themes is quite rare among post-revival folksingers, it is a welcome change of pace from the usual singer/songwriter fare. Kim & Reggie Harris have recorded a heartfelt album, delivered with sincerity. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi


Se formó en: 1974 en Philadelphia, PA

Género: Intérprete/compositor

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

The stirring husband-and-wife folk duo Kim & Reggie Harris combine their love of music and social vision into accomplished, heartfelt songs. Based in upstate New York, they have performed together for over 25 years, singing traditional, contemporary, and original material on albums like In the Heat of the Summer, In the Heat of the Night, and Steal Away: Music of the Underground, and in performances at the Philadelphia Folk Festival and the Smithsonian Institute. The duo is especially powerful...
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