|Eddie Harris was one the greatest tenor saxophonist of his era. In the course of recording more than 70 albums, and authoring 7 music books, Eddie has displayed himself as a jazz artist , also known as The Electrifying Eddie Harris who has played blues, rock, jazz fusion, straight-ahead, soul, and funk grooves. Eddie’s pioneering work in musical electronics (the Varitone electronic saxophone amplification system) and the effective conjunction of different elements of blues, R&B, jazz, and funk has had a widespread influence on what is generally considered today’s music. Eddie’s music has been sampled by countless artists including, but not limited to the following: Jamiroquai, Macy Gray, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, Heavy D, etc. He has also had many works featured in highly popular films and television shows from Martin Scorsese’s “Casino” to A&E’s “Bates Motel” and HBO’s “Vinyl.” Eddie's most popular tunes include: Exodus, Listen Here, Freedom Jazz Dance, Compared To What and Cold Duck Time.