Lee Harris | Shapeshifting

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by Lee Harris

Music for the heart and mind - a male solo artist like no other.
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wood Met Fire
4:41 $1.25
2. Innocence I Remember
6:33 $1.25
3. Stumbling
5:11 $1.25
4. Ghost of Myself
4:10 $1.25
5. Sandcastle
5:46 $1.25
6. Another Reason
3:50 $1.25
7. You
3:31 $1.25
8. Whirlwind
2:37 $1.25
9. A Million Times
3:47 $1.25
10. Hollow
4:07 $1.25
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Shapeshifting was recorded in 2001 at a remote residential studio in Wales. Surrounded by incredible natural beauty , Lee made his debut album. Now, years later, this very special album has been remastered and repackaged for 2010.

"Harris' debut album is a beautifully crafted, multi-layered expression of male emotion. The heartfelt vocals are emotionally fuelled by the very personal, simple and deeply moving lyrical content. An album begging further investigation"
Wendy Bronika (for 'Making Music' UK)

"This album is like a great poem, in that you find yourself thinking about it at odd moments and wondering about it......Harris needs to be heard....He's the type of artist that is going to make a difference"
Adele Nozedar (Founder of Rhythm King Records and previous A&R Head of Arista UK)

"....few voices deserve the label ethereal but Harris' epitomizes the very concept of the word. Powerful and heartfelt, it is the sound of a soul opened for the world to hear. As the striking cover image testifies, this is a man who has laid himself bare"
(Niall Bakewell (for 'Music of the Future', Belfast, Northern Ireland)



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