Engineer and mixer who has worked for over 20 years for Effanel Music, a live and portable music recording company, acquired by XM Satellite Radio in 2005. He has recorded live concerts for major artists and broadcast on the television programs MTV Unplugged, VH1 Storytellers, the Grammy Award broadcasts, recently working with Jay Vicari. He was part of the production and engineering team for Genius Loves Company, Ray Charles's final album. In '70s on some Queen's albums he was the equipment supervisor.
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For the saxophonist/clarinetist/flautist, member of The Sandals and Godhead, please see John Harris (3).
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For the American producer and keyboardist, please see John Harris (6).
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For the coordinator, appearing on Stevie Wonder releases, please see John Harris (11).
For the hardcore guitarist, member of Kings of Oblivion, please see John Harris (12).
For the songwriter, please see either John Harris (15) or John Harris, Jr. (2).
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