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Today is the second of the series What a long, strange trip it has been … featuring Warren Paul Harris. Part One of the series aired on thebuzzrafter hours show on April 15, 2021. Link to the show here.
Living just outside San Francisco in 1965 through 1967, Warren was part of a psychedelic music scene, making friends within the Big Brother and the Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Sopwith Camel and Grateful Dead camps. He was a roadie for the Grateful Dead in the late sixties, before forging an incredible career in sound engineering.
During his audio engineering career, he provided service and consulting for the likes of Rick James, Jesse Colin Young, MC Hammer, members of Huey Lewis and the News, Journey, Boz Scaggs, and many others throughout the west coast. The likes of Lorne Greene, Sly & the Family Stone & Motown records sought his expertise.
The series “What a long strange trip it’s been” is a compilation of memoirs, as told by Warren Paul Harris.
We talk about his award-winning photography today, his contribution to the creative world and what’s next for a life well-lived.
The series What a long strange trip it’s been … is a compilation of memoirs, as told by Warren Paul Harris.
Enjoy the show!
Closing tonight, a quote from Mae West.
You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.”
And that brings us to the end. Thank you for tuning in. Thank you to Warren Paul Harris for taking the time to give listeners two informative sessions on his life less travelled.
When the show goes silent, take a minute to reflect. The messages told through music tonight are powerful.
Remember, without music our canvas is blank.
Get comfortable. This will take awhile…
Warren Harris started studying electronics at the age of 10, when a neighbor who was a Ham Radio operator introduced him to short wave radio. He started studying electronics on his own with the help of his neighbor and Allied Radio kits.
He continued his studies in high school and apprenticed at a sheet metal shop after high school, which proved useful when he was an assistant instructor in a college electronics fabrication class. Full bio continues here.
Warren Paul Harris is an award-winning Dallas photographer.
Truly believing ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’ Paul strives to convey this through his unique view of the world.
He lives and works in Dallas, The studio is in Richardson, Texas where he shoots products, people, fashion and glamour.
Warren is an artist, specializing in Architecture / Fashion / Rock’n Roll / event photography.
Portraits, Lifestyle, marketing, Sports photography and retouching are also part of his repetroire.
Visit the Zazzle Store for images on fine art neck ties.