Harry Miller Biography (Wikipedia)
Harold Simon Miller (25 April 1941 - 16 December 1983) was a South African jazz double bassist who settled in Europe, becoming one of the UK jazz scene's "most vibrant and dynamic talents".
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Harry Miller Tracks
Harry Miller, Loyle Carner, The Jungle Giants, Mabel, SOAK, The Magic Gang, Blaenavon, Shame, Clean Cut Kid, The Monks, Confidence Man, Javeon, Old Sea Brigade, King No-One, Stella Donnelly, Giant Rooks, Louis Berry, Estrons, Spinn, Life, Our Girl, Ruston Kelly, Bokka, Kara Marni, Emily Burns, Ryan McMullan, Mother's Cake, CHILDCARE, Husky Loops, Paris Youth Foundation, JVCK JAMES, Benin City, Benny Mails, Indigo Lo, The Tea Street Band, Goodies, Pearl Charles, Saltwater Sun, Dancing On Tables, Dayo Bello, Casey Lowry, Sound City, Altopalo, Alligator, Heavy Lungs, Red Rum Club, Lazy Day, Bríet, Cousin Kula, Columbia, 32 tens, Lylo, Annelie, Sophie And The Giants, Just Mustard, The Only Sun (UK), Glass Peaks, Little Thief, Eve Belle, Michael Clark, FRANKIIE, Parliamo, Jimmy Allen, Hanover, Scalping, Molly Rainford, Katy Alex, Mamatung, Azura Kings, Mateusz Franczak, LIFE (Hull), Hope (DE), Creatures Official, 52 Hertz Whale, Josh Island, Make Friends, Loving Embers, Monks (UK), Lennie Dies, OSCAR - Soul Experience, Blaž (SLO), CREATURES (Berlin), Cave Party, george (죠지) and Diskret
Unknown venue, Liverpool, UK
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