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Gordon Harris

Post  KeithMoonIsGod on Wed Jun 19, 2013 4:12 pm


Voice Type: Low Tenor
Vocal Range: G2-B♭4

Significant High Notes:
B♭4 - "Judy Run Run"
A4 - "Hey Baby, What's Your Name?", "Judy Run Run"
G4 - "Disco Dancing", "Foe-Dee-O-Dee", "Fools and Lovers" "Heatwave", "Hey Baby, What's Your Name?", "Judy Run Run", "Jukebox Rock"
F4 - "Disco Dancing", "Foe-Dee-O-Dee", "Heatwave", "Lonely For My Baby"

Significant Low Notes:
G2 - "Shooting Star"
A2 - "Like a Butterfly"
C3 - "Don't You Ever Go", "Like a Butterfly", "Shooting Star"
D3 - "Hey Baby, What's Your Name?", "Shooting Star"

*Orange marks notes with questionable registers: absolutely no use figuring out these.
*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Red marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.

Singer for the Scottish pop band from the 1970's, Shorty. A pretty unknown band, their music was fairly good. Some songs were shite, some were good. Harris had a great voice though, very light and pleasant. Unfortunately, all of the members of the band have just fallen into obscurity. For example, the guitarist now only plays in clubs. Would've liked to have heard more from the band, 'cause "Fools and Lovers" is a brilliant song.
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