Dayton, early 1970s
Felix Harris recorded one of the most sought after 45s on Counterpart. There isn't a lot we could find out, except he seems to have been from Dayton, and played keyboards (piano) in local clubs.
The only record he appears to have recorded is a really nice loungy soul 45, "Walking In The Night", credited to Felix and P. Towns. There is prominent piano on the record, and Felix's tenor voice. The flip side is the often performed "Blueberry Hill". The recording was at Counterpart, and for some deep detail, the record speed is credited as "45 Tours", which would be the French way of describing the record speed.
Walking In The Night / Blueberry Hill - Counterpart 3766, 1972