Jerry Harris | Music Street

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Music Street

by Jerry Harris

Guitar Instrumental album for your listening pleasure. Mix of reggae jazzy style.
Genre: Reggae: Smooth Reggae
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1. Where Is Music
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2. Didn't Know
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3. Guitar Celebrations
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4. Cherry Blossom Tree
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5. Holiday
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6. Let's Go
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7. Time Line
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8. Relationships Vibes
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9. So Good
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10. Nice and Sweet
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11. Lying Dub
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12. My Taste
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13. Best Man Intstrumental
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14. Crying
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15. Serious Track
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jerry Harris new release (Music Street) with nice sounding guitar instrumental, these music tracks for your listening pleasure to relax and enjoy Jerry Harris Guitar performance
Since the age of 14 devoted his life to music. He was influenced by the life and playing style of his father who was a professional jazz and Calypso musician on the hotel circuit in Jamaica. The name Jerry was given to him by musician friends. They felt that Jerry had a similar style to guitarist "Jah Jerry" of the Skatalites fame.

His first regular gig as a guitarist/backing vocalist came in 1972 when he played with The Young Experience Band for 4 nights a week at Port Antonio Hotel and night club. From there, the band spent the next two years performing live concerts with artist such as U-Roy, Toots & The Maytals, and the Heptones. Also in the band was Jerry's friend, Junior Murvin who would later become famous for the classic "Police And Thieves." Harris also toured Japan from 1985 working with many Japanese
up to 2006, Jerry released eight albums in Japan and many others.


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