Multi-talented Barry Harris started spinning turntables in 1983. After DJing for five years, he shaped his own membership/dance-oriented outfit known as Kon Kan. The Canadian ensemble debuted using the discharge of “I Beg Your Pardon” offering vocals by Kevin Wynne. The catchy tune peaked at number 3 for the U.K. singles graph with amount 15 on Billboard’s Popular 100 singles. Furthermore, the dancefloor anthem sampling Lynn Anderson’s “I Under no circumstances Promised A Rose Backyard” earned a Juno Prize (Canadian edition from the Grammy) for Greatest Dance Recording. Even so, after issuing the unsuccessful 1993’s Vida, Harris converted his focus on producing new tasks within the dance music field. DJ Terry Kelly teamed up with him to create Top Kitty. In 1996, Rachid Wehbi and Kimberley Wetmore became a member of him to produce a dance edition of “Among Us,” a tune popularized in 1995 by Joan Osborne. The threesome was released as Outta Control. After dealing with vocalist Simone Denny on “Funk Like Dat,” Harris installed with Chris Cox to start out their very own remix/production team known as Thunderpuss.
|2||Inducted into the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame in 1999.|
|Diana Ross Live! The Lady Sings... Jazz & Blues: Stolen Moments||1992||TV Special documentary musician: piano|
|Bi no tsubo||2013||TV Series 1 episode|
|Eastwood After Hours: Live at Carnegie Hall||1997||TV Special documentary||Himself|
|Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser||1988||Documentary||Himself (duo, piano performance)|
|NET Festival||1969||TV Series documentary||Himself - Pianist|
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