Having played bass on Squeeze hits “Take Me I’m Yours”, “Cool For Cats” and “Up the Junction”, and with his roots firmly in Deptford, Harry Kakoulli has written and recorded his first album, Even When I'm Not, for the South London label, Oval Records.
Recorded locally at 8-track Elephant Studios near the Borough, “Even When I’m Not” reveals Harry’s wide taste and varied influences, taking in disco and Lou Reed, reggae and Ian Dury. His vocals reveal a sensitive character presenting himself with bravado and deadpan humour, backed with the danceable rhythms of his bass-playing
What Happened Next
Harry became increasingly involved in dance music, working with Nation Records under a variety of artist and producer names, and attracting some impressive clients including King Sunny Ade and Youssou N'Dour. In 2002, he went to Cyprus, where his parents came from. Now using his given name, Harri is currently producing chill-out tracks for Six Degrees Records of San Francisco, attracting thousands of downloads.