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Engineer and mixer who has worked for over 20 years for Effanel Music, a live and portable music recording company, acquired by XM Satellite Radio in 2005. He has recorded live concerts for major artists and broadcast on the television programs [i]MTV Unplugged[/i], [i]VH1 Storytellers[/i], the Grammy Award broadcasts, recently working with [a=Jay Vicari]. He was part of the production and engineering team for [i]Genius Loves Company[/i], [a=Ray Charles]'s final album.
[b]PLEASE BE CAREFUL WHEN ASSIGNING CREDITS TO THIS ARTIST![/b]
Other artists with the same name exist (list not complete):
For the bassist/guitarist/producer, having worked with Massive Attack among others, please see [a=Jon Harris].
For the British composer, arranger, conductor and musical director, please see [a=Johnny Harris].
For the American rockabilly singer born in 1932, please see [a=Johnny Ray Harris].
For the bassist, please see [a=John Harris (2)] or [a=John Harris (25)].
For the saxophonist/clarinetist/flautist, member of The Sandals and Godhead, please see [a=John Harris (3)].
For the harmonicist, please see [a=John Harris (4)].
For the American producer and keyboardist, please see [a=John Harris (6)].
For the funk/soul/jazz drummer, aka Iron Man, please see [a=John Harris (8)].
For the jazz drummer appearing on releases by [a=Horace Silver], please see [a=John Harris, Jr.]
For the guitarist/songwriter, member of The Blue Stars, please see [a=John Harris (10)].
For the coordinator, appearing on Stevie Wonder releases, please see [a=John Harris (11)].
For the hardcore guitarist, member of Kings of Oblivion, please see [a=John Harris (12)].
For the songwriter, please see either [a=John Harris (15)] or [a=John Harris, Jr. (2)].
For the British journalist and music critic, please see [a=John Harris (16)].
For the songwriter (Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow/Surfin' Bird/...), please use [a=John Harris (26)] (+ ANV if necessary).