Johnny Harris (John Stanley Livingstone Harris)
Johnny Harris was born in Edinburgh, Scotland 1932 (of Welsh parentage) and is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music in London. He originally played trumpet with English big bands in the 50's and started freelance writing and arranging in the early 60's before he was hired by Tony Hatch for Pye Records in 1965. He became well known for his wild style of conducting which was inspired by touring with Tom Jones and he went on to win Eurovision 1969 with Lulu and 'Boom Bang-a-Bang'. Director Richard C. Read more... The Moon' and offered him his first British film score for the psycho-thriller 'Fragment Of Fear' because he liked 'the spiky sounds' that Johnny created on the 45. Johnny would score a number of cult British films with mates like Sarafian and Richard Harris before he left for the US in 1972 to work with Paul Anka. He continued his film/tv work in America on such legendary shows like Wonder Woman, Buck Rogers In The 25th Century and award winning specials with Lynda Carter who remains his greatest supporter in the US.