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Major Harris – How Do You Take Your Love (1978/2015) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Major Harris – How Do You Take Your Love (1978/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time – 41:58 minutes | 940 MB | Genre: Soul
Studio Master, Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks | Artwork: Front cover | © Legacy Recordings

Major Harris III was an American R&B singer, associated with the Philadelphia soul sound and the Delfonics (early 1970s–1974). After left the Delfonics Major Harris have some commercial success as a solo artist…

The Jerry Ragavoy-produced How Do You Take Your Love represents a marked shift away from the shimmering Philly soul sensibility of Major Harris’ Atlantic efforts, favoring smooth jazz arrangements that underscore the singer’s gifts as a balladeer. Despite a few up-tempo, disco-inspired tracks, including the ten-minute epic “I Want to Dance with You,” the majority of the record favors slower, more romantic arrangements that showcase the depth and intimacy of Harris’ vocals. As a love man he puts the likes of Barry White and Luther Vandross to shame, articulating the intricacies of romance with style and authority.

01 – I Wanna Dance with You
02 – Lucky Day
03 – Pretty Red Lips (Kiss My Blues Away)
04 – How Do You Take Your Love
05 – Night Moods
06 – You’re So Good You’re Bad
07 – Your Sweet Song
08 – This Is Forever
09 – Let Me Take You There


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