Saturday, February 02, 2008

Tammy Harris Natural Vibe

I went scurrying off to track down a copy of Tammy Harris's CD Natural Vibe after reading a review in the latest copy of In The Basement.

You can pick up a copy via CD Baby and here's the blurb from the site:

Tamara (Tammy) Harris is a talented vocalist and lyricist from Chicago, Illinois who is earning her cap as an arranger and producer as well. Tammy's music is a smooth blend of traditional R&B soul music fused with elements of Jazz & Funk. Tammy's style had been described by many as reminiscent of the timing and phrasing of Phyllis Hyman, the vibrato of Stephanie Mills, a waver like Denise Williams, and the class and style of Miss Nancy Wilson.

Tammy's debut album, Can't Keep A Good Woman Down", released in 2003 is a mix of funky grooves, attitude with raw emotions, yet feminine in every since of the word. "Can't Keep A Good Woman Down" offers the listener so much from start to finish.

Tammy's current project "Natural Vibe" offers a deeper listen into the artistry of Miss Harris. This release features remixes of both tunes by The Remix King, Grammy award winning Maurice Joshua and Rob Diggy whose credits include the Grammy winning re-mix of Crazy in Love for Beyonce. The title song is a collaboration with W. Terence Jackson out of Texas and Clarence Ferguson out of New York. The single is already creating a buzz. "Come Over" was a finalist in the Song of The Year songwriting contest sponsored by VH1 Save the Music for the month if August and "Baby I Need You" was a runner-up in the same contest for the month of November.
To find out more about Tammy please check the official Root Soul website at:

or her Myspace page

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