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soulstice

David Ryan Harris

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Good Album

"Soultice was a demo" is how David Ryan Harris describes this album and I believe that to be a proper assessment. This is a solid album for Harris who mixes a good deal of pop with his soulful sound. I would argue that he has a stronger selection not represented here on iTunes, but -Goodthing -Usedtothis -Forevermore -Don'tlookdown are among my favorites. If you enjoy his sound, I recommend checking out his Myspace where you can purchase a wider range of his collection. If his sound rings familiar it's because Harris can be often found touring with John Mayer. I think this had a major influence on the production of this album as it has a "No Room For Squares" feel to it, but like Mayer, Harris' work has matured and become more textured as his career has gone on. I hope this review was helpful and that you give David Ryan Harris a shot.

Great sound!

Exceptionally talented guy, I heard the song "a King in me" from biker boyz and had to find more music by the artist. That was my introduction to David Ryan Harris , great songs, acoustic and soulful sounds. I especially like forever more, sweetsberry, don' look down, all I need and do what you wan't. Would like to hear more music from David Ryan Harris!

Great Music!

I'm a 20 year old musician, and I cannot get enough of this man's music. Once you start it, that's all you'll listen to... He has a style that is all his own!

Biography

Born: 1969

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter David Ryan Harris has been challenging mainstream notions of black performers since fronting the Atlanta-based rock group Follow for Now in the late '80s. Once tabbed as the next Living Colour, the band actually drew from an even wider stylistic palette — everything from Stevie Wonder-style soul to Bad Brains thrash to bluebeat bounce — but didn't enjoy similar success and broke up after releasing one eponymous album on Chrysalis in 1991. Harris then played a huge role...
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