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Early solo work by the singer from Brand New Immortals
John S. Harris | Memphis, TN | 04/26/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Had to do quite a bit of hunting to find this CD. Harris more than proved his talent as frontman for Brand New Immortals and their sole (to date) full-length CD "Tragic Show." Included on this solo CD is an earlier version of "If I Had A Dime", a song slightly improved upon on "Tragic Show."
But his voice is so elegant and soulful that he would be almost any rock band's dream lead singer.
The material on this CD is solid throughout, though perhaps without any real slam-dunk tunes. For those, check out "Tragic Show.""
New Fan Thanking Original Fans
thewomenofcharm | Jacksonville, FL | 10/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've just finished watching Biker Boyz for the first time, after some encouragement from my brother's fiancee, and she and I couldn't wait to find out the name behind the voice of such a soulful song. We were so delighted when we located his name and songtitle through a search for the Biker Boyz soundtrack. Felt like we'd struck gold. At first listen of an online preview of his songs, I thought he sounded like Seal, but I quickly recognized the difference between the two. He combines crast lyrics with (beau)tiful music. I love his outspoken personality; He says whatever he feels. At any rate, our search continued when we wondered why we hadn't heard of him until now. By the way everything is listed on his official site, we thought he was a newfound artist who amazingly landed a spot on the Biker Boyz SdTrk. Now, we find that he's been out for a long time: as the leader of not one, but two hit groups. Such a huge relief to know better. Thank you fans who posted reviews on him. We've learned more from you all, than we have from our Google Search."
Queen Kibibi | Romulus, Michigan United States | 12/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"well, i must say, that i truly miss the group, Follow For Now...that was true talent! David Ryan Harris (lead vocalist of FFN) has one really soothing (solo) album--his album's what folks who appreciate fine art are starving for...it'll have you smiling inside & out...pease"