James D. Harrah
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James D. Harrah

Mount Pleasant, Texas, United States | INDIE

Mount Pleasant, Texas, United States | INDIE
Band EDM New Age

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I just completed a "demo" album called "And the Sun will Rise...", containing 10 songs which is being distributed to various record companies. The album covers such genres as Trance, Dance, Easy Listening and New Age.

I have gotten a few nibbles but this basically just started and I am still waiting to hear from some Indie Lables. Nothing has been published yet.

My music is available to listen to on YouTube. Just search "James D. Harrah".

I am really not into the whole video thing (which is obvious by the awful amateur videos on my channel), so a friend of mine in Germany has been making videos for my music using fantastic visuals and 3D effects. The only reason they are on YT now is so I can get my music "out there" so to speak.

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Feeling a bit camera shy

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I was born in Denison, Texas at Perrin Air Force Base on July 24, 1964. And as long as I can remember I have loved music, but never dreamed of actually making it. As a teenager I would hold up in my room with my old turntable and 45's with those huge headphones on and listen to everything from Blue Oyster Cult to Donna Summer. I loved all kinds of music but it seemed the weirder sounding the song, the more I would loved it. The kind of music you didnt hear everyday. The electronic era broke bounderies with artists like Kraftwerk, OMD, Human League, Gary Numan and Giorgio Moroder.

We used to have an old organ in the family room and I would sit at that thing for hours and hours and playing it was like an escape to me. I was a loner as a teenager and didnt have many friends...but my music was always there for me.

I never dreamed of becoming an artist creating his own music and to be honest if it werent for todays technology and computer software, I would probably be still listening to those 45's (which I still own btw).

This all started out as just a hobby, but I have been encouraged by so many to give it a shot and see what would happen if I tried to persue a career out of this. If I do? Great. If not...then it was not meant to be and I am fine with that. I will continue to make music.