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Album Review

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.

Customer Reviews

Very Soulful Album

Major Harris is a good singer and I like the music. It's a little bit 70's-ish and I'm only 16, but I like it anyway. I like the song, "Love Won't Let Me Wait." It's got that great 70's R&B vibe. I hope to get more songs from his album. I give 5 stars for this album.

Rare Gem Finally Released!!!

You gits to get this, if you dont have this in your soul collection, you dont know soul!!!! Every track is slammin!!!!

Soul Groove

"Love Won't Let Me Wait" is a classic of seduction. I LOL'd when I read the review from the 16 year old. Your grandchildren will recognize the erotic power of that song forty years from now. The ladies harmonizing in the background are doing it old school like it isn't done anymore, too. You gotta go to the 70's to get it like that anymore.


Born: February 9, 1947 in Richmond, VA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s

After years of trying, Major Harris finally scored a big hit with the romantic, sensual "Love Won't Let Me Wait" in the summer of 1975. The ballad, with sexy backing vocals supplied by session singer Barbara Ingram, made its mark at number five on the pop charts while topping the R&B chart. He was born into a musical family on February 9, 1947, in Richmond, Virginia, as Major Harris III. His grandparents worked in vaudeville, his father was a professional guitarist, and his mother led the church...
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