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Don Harriss

This keyboardist and computer whiz has derived his unique sound from a diverse background which includes classical training,’60s Haight-Ashbury psychedelia, stints of touring and recording with rock idol Pat Travers, and jobs composing corporate film soundtracks. Though he lapses into glitzy pop triteness sometimes, he’s light-years before most adult modern synthesists in his advanced use of structure and audio. He has many albums available on the market that do well on brand-new adult modern radio, including Shell Video game, Vanishing Stage, and Elevations, but his greatest release undoubtedly is normally Abacus Moon.

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