Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United States (1947 – 1987)
Norman Harris (October 14, 1947 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – March 20, 1987 in Philadelphia) was an American guitarist, producer, arranger and songwriter associated with Philly soul. He was a founding member of MFSB and one-third of the production trio of Baker-Harris-Young. He produced First Choice, Loleatta Holloway, Eddie Holman, the Salsoul Orchestra, and Love Committee for Salsoul Records, as well as The Trammps, Carl Bean, Blue Magic, 21st Creation. He died of Cardiovascular disease.
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