Don "Sugarcane" Harris

Don Francis Bowman Harris

Also known as Bomanharris, Bowman, Bowman Harris, Bowman, Harris, Cane Harris, D F Bowman Harris, D Harris, D. F. Bowman Harris, D. Harris, D.F.Harris, Don "Sugar Cane" Harris, Don "Sugarcaine" Harris, Don 'Sugar Cane' Harris, Don 'Sugarcane' Harris, Don Bowman, Don Bowman Harris, Don F Harris, Don F. Harris, Don Harris, Don Harris 'Sugar Cane', Don Sugar Cane Harris, Don Sugarcane Harris, Donald Harris, G. Harris, Haris, Harris, Sugar Cane Harris, Sugarcane & His Violin, Sugarcane Harris
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.sugarcane-harris.com/ (defunkt)

Discography of Don "Sugarcane" Harris:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Keep On Driving 7 Audio 1970
2 They Say You Never Can Miss / Elim Stole My Baby (Boo Hoo) 2 Audio 1960 Eldo Records
3 Got The Blues 4 Audio 2008-02-22
4 Keyzop 6 Audio 1975 MPS Records
5 Fiddler On The Rock 6 Audio 1971 MPS Records
6 Flashin' Time 6 Audio 1976 MPS Records
7 Sugarcane 10 Audio 1970 Epic
8 Fiddler On The Rock 11 Audio 2007 Body Heat
9 New Violin Summit 7 Audio 1971
10 Cup Full Of Dreams 5 Audio 1973
11 New Violin Summit 7 Audio 1971 MPS Records
12 Sugar Cane's Got The Blues 4 Audio 1973 MPS Records
13 Sugar Cane's Got The Blues 4 Audio
14 Cup Full Of Dreams 5 Audio 1973 MPS Records
15 New Violin Summit 7 Audio 1976
16 I'm On Your Case 8 Audio 1974
17 Flashin' Time 6 Audio 1976 MPS Records
18 Fiddler On The Rock 6 Audio 1971 MPS Records
19 I'm Gonna Miss You 2 Audio 1972
20 Cup Full Of Dreams 5 Audio 2011 Promising Music
21 Cup Full Of Dreams 5 Audio 1976 MPS Records
22 New Violin Summit 7 Audio 2007 Take 5
23 Fiddler On The Rock 6 Audio MPS Records
24 Keyzop 6 Audio 1975
25 Sugarcane 10 Audio 1970 Epic
26 Keep On Driving 7 Audio
27 Keyzop 6 Audio 1975 MPS Records
28 Cup Full Of Dreams 5 Audio 1973 MPS Records
29 Flashin' Time 6 Audio 1976 MPS Records
30 Sugarcane 10 Audio 1970 Epic
31 Sugarcane 10 Audio 1971 Epic


Born: 19th June 1938, Pasadena, California, USA.

Died: 30th November 1999, Los Angeles, California, USA.

American musician and jazz blues-fusion violinist. Noted for his work with Johnny Otis, Frank Zappa and in The Mothers and John Mayall (U.S.A. Union).

Harris died after a lengthy battle with pulmonary disease.


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