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Great new age pianist
Robert W. Gee | W.P.B. FL. | 07/28/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I FIRST GOT TURNED ON TO DON THRU A RADIO STATION IN THE MID 90'S. HE DEFINATLEY LETS HIS FINGERS DO THE WALKING AND TALKING WITH THE BEST PIECE BEING "PORCELAN SKY". ONCE YOU'VE LISTENED, YOU'RE HOOKED. SOME OF THE BEST PIANO WORK YOU WILL EVER HEAR. DON PLAYS AN ARRAY OF KEYBOARDS THAT HE BLENDS TOGETHER FANTASTICALLY! VERY MELODIC WITH GUTS AND PURPOSE. I DON'T THINK YOU WILL DISAPPOINTED IF YOU HAVE ANY KNOWLEDGE OF THIS GENRE OF MUSIC. B.GEE, FL."
Rest your mind!
Rod McMahon | 11/17/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I first heard the piece of music "Porcelain Sky" on a Phoenix smooth jazz radio station while driving in a company owned vehicle on my way to a job site. So consuming was this music that I became "ill" and had to return back to the shop. I "managed" to swing by the closest music store on my way home and purchased the first of several copies of this recording. This first copy on audio cassette was promptly worn out the first week from repeated playing. This is a must have for anyone who is stressed out on a regular basis and who's not stressed these days? After a few minutes into this music all your cares will drift away.
I rediscovered this recording last week while organizing some old cds and tapes while moving into a new home. This recording is 20 years old but still sounds just as fresh as it did in 1989. Do yourself a favor and get a copy ASAP! You are in for a musical treat."
Hussein In The Membrane | Warner Robins, GA | 08/06/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This 1989 new age offering from Don Harriss is absolutely amazing - laid back, calming, beautiful, but never boring! Masterfully blending pianos and synthesizers, Harriss creates ethereal, sometimes spacey soundscapes that provide the backdrop for melodies that lull the listener into a state of joyous relaxation. Throughout many of the compositions, synth frequencies are present that release lovely floods of endorphins, sending a pleasant tingle down the listener's spine and bringing a smile to his or her face.
I first heard tracks from this offering on an installment of Musical Starstreams which featured this album along with Deep Breakfast by Ray Lynch, and have owned multiple copies of both since then - I've never been without a copy of either one for more than a few days, they're that good!
This album has my highest recommendation, and I strongly suggest that you buy your new or used copy today! The last time I checked, the album was out of print (still is as far as I know), copies are getting scarce, and I'd hate to see you miss out on something this good!"