Harris doesn't do much to help his cause, though, as his style on his CD "Feel" is laid-back almost to the point of indifference. The swaying title track lulls with its effortless rhythms, but Harris's lyrical repetitions never seem to develop or grow, and his honey-sweet murmuring accusation, "you don't care, you don't care, you don't care" might as well be aimed at a mirror. "You and Me" lacks the passion that its pleading lyrics demand, while a tune musing about anonymity ("If I Had No Name") meanders just as aimlessly as the song's subject. It's a shame that Harris hasn't developed a voice to match his strong track record as a songwriter; this collection of three-minute songs is ripe for reinterpretation by more expressive and e ngaging performers.
-- Catherine P. Lewis