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|Born||16 November 1976|
|Years active||2002 - present|
Waters is heard at the age of 2 in the original recording of "Goodbye Blue Sky" on Pink Floyd's 1979 album The Wall. The song opens with him saying "Look, mummy, there's an aeroplane up in the sky" before the music starts. He resides in Morley, Leeds
Waters is also a jazz musician who has teamed with the likes of Ian Ritchie (saxophone player for Roger Waters), forming the Harry Waters Quartet. Some demos of his jazz work are available to download from Waters's official website.
In November 2008 the first Harry Waters Band album was released.
- Harry Waters Band (2008)
Harry Waters Band
- The lineup is as follows:
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