“Country for Groovers is a twangy, bouncy blend of Buck Owens traditional country, Sir Douglas Tex-Mex eccentricity and, Byrds jangle. Nashville Scene”
"D.B. Harris shows a great deal of promise with his self-released debut, Can I Return These Flowers? Over the course of 10 songs, he manages to cover a lot of musical ground, from Tex-Mex opener "You're Too Much For Me" and the Western swinging title track to the rockabilly-flavored "Hollywood in Texas." - Austin Chronicle
"music that's so beautiful, it doesn't matter who or what the reference points are. Spare, intimate, and invariably winsome, Deep Dark Black makes for perfect late-night-driving music" - The Onion
“db Harris and His Men of Action do groovy, pop-country right... ..Harris's vocals are as silken as Baja-boy Chris Isaak. ”
"Deep Dark Black envelops the listener like a warm bed on a dreary Sunday morning, inviting him to remain still, even in the specter of responsibilities awaiting ahead."
“ "There's no shortage of hardcore honky tonk in the title track, a solid country offering. Great hooks, great vocals, great melody = memorable song. This one's a winner!...and It's no surprise "Nighttime Man," a rip roaring roadhouse rocker, is a crowd favorite at D.B.'s live shows." - Take Country Back”