The Music Of JC Harris

positively the most intelligent progressive rock on this here planet

positively the most intelligent progressive rock on this here planet


I’m told that free is the new black. Or the new broke. Whatever.

In any case, here are some zero dollar options for taking my music with you. First off, you can listen to a constantly shifting list of songs on the JCHMusic Player. Just click on the Listen menu, or anywhere on any page you see a little JCHMusic logo floating by.

Secondly, you can download from the following list of songs. The only thing we ask in return is that you’ll be forced to sign up for our mailing list.

Now, if you enjoy the music you hear, you can purchase any song from my catalog for a paltry 99 cents by simply by selecting it from the Player, or at Amazon or iTunes.

But until you’re ready for that kind of monetary commitment? Enjoy!


Internet Radio: Yet Another Way To Get Something’ Fer Nuthin’

These are some easy ways to listen to full versions of JCHMusic any ol’ time you like for free, Free, FREE!

MySpaceI confess that I spend very little time here. But it does have a very nice pop-out player with some full versions of tunes you won’t find here for some reason.

Last FMYou can set up a JCHMusic station which will combine what I do with various similar sounding artists.

Live365I owe my so-called career to Live365. It is more of a traditional ‘radio station’ with DJs who select music—which is a good thing in my view. Search for any of the Progressive Rock stations and you’re bound to run across some JCHMusic amid the Yes, ELP, Tool and Transatlantic.

SpotifyI can’t say I’m a huge fan of Spotify, but I am ‘there’ as part of my distribution deal. The rate they pay artists is a joke, plus the ‘algorithm’ they use to song match puts my work in with genres that could not be less similar.

PandoraWhat I said about Spotify goes double for Pandora. It’s an insult to the word to call what they pay artists ‘royalties’. Although the song-matching algorithm is slightly better.


Download these and get a quick jolt of JCHMusic every time you reach answer your phone.


Ringtone Tips

  1. Your phone must be capable of playing MP3 ring tones (most new ones are.)
  2. If you have an Apple device you can use iTunes® to transfer the file to your phone. iTunes will usually recognize the file as a Ringtone. If not, it will put it in your list of Songs. If so, just drag the song into the list of Ringtones.
  3. Other phones should allow you to transfer to your phone just like any other MP3.

Not sure what you're looking for? Just check the kind of song you're in the mood for: (Huh?)