It's a beautiful record, with some wonderful surprises along the way. It's hard to categorize. Americana? Pop? Pop-country? Whatever it is, I love it. by KM in CA
I have always loved Harry's songs and these are among his best. "The Desperation Gospels" is my current favorite. Highly recommended. by LT in TX
Right now this is my favorite album. I listen to it all the time - I like the changes in mood, vibe, energy. It's a fantastic album. by RB in FL
Harry Scott Green was born and raised in Houston, TX. He started singing in church choirs, and obsessively drawing, at age five. He began playing classical percussion and drum set in the 5th grade. He learned guitar, bass, and piano soon after. He holds two degrees (B.F.A. in Studio Art, M.M. in Ethnomusicology) from the University of Texas at Austin, where he was also a seven-time All-American distance runner. During his time at UT he also started writing songs, and soon after, making recordings.
As a drummer, over the last thirty years, Harry has recorded and/or performed with Bradley Royds, Blue Coffee, The Argyles, Teal Thompson, Craig Smith, Miss Xanna Don't and The Wanted, Irene's Cuisine, The Upper Ten, Thom Loftus, Bright Brown, Kim Garrison, Starstrewn and Tattered, and many others. In 1993/94 Harry recorded two EP's of original songs with Lou Waddell under the name The Inbetween Us. Harry and Lou co-wrote the songs, shared vocals, and played everything. Lou also recorded and co-produced Harry's first solo demo of original songs in 1996, The Sleepers. Harry made The Sleepers his 'band' name and used it on subsequent recordings.
Harry is currently involved in two musical projects: his solo work, and the band Charlie Horse, a project with two of his oldest friends: Jonathan Skolnick and Paul Armatta.