1941

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1941 {New Nilsson Songs} music_note Harry Nilsson's "1941" is an autobiographical song originally released on Nilsson's Pandemonium Shadow Show album.   Well in 1941 a happy father had a son And by 1944 the father walked right out the door And in '45 the mom and son were still alive But ...
1941 music_note Harry Nilsson's "1941" is an autobiographical song originally released on Nilsson's Pandemonium Shadow Show album.   Well in 1941 a happy father had a son And by 1944 the father walked right out the door And in '45 the mom and son were still alive But ...
1941 (performed by Tom Northcott) music_note Northcott's recording of 1941 is available on CD in a various artists collection called Buried Treasure: Lost Gems From Deep in the '60s Vaults .   "1941" by Tom Northcott  
1941 (performed by George Burns) music_note George Burns sings 1941 on his 1968 album George Burns Sings .
1941 (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
1941 (performed by John Randolph Marr) music_note John Randolph Marr recorded 1941 for his 1970 album John Randolph Marr . The album is a "Nilsson House " production.
1941 (performed by Alan Price) music_note
1941 (performed by Billy J. Kramer) music_note Billy J. Kramer's recording of "1941 " was released as a single (CBS 3396) in the UK in 1968. "1941" by Billy J. Kramer
1941 (performed by Patty Pravo) music_note
1941 (performed by Jenny O) music_note
1941 {Les Vérités de la Police} music_note "The Truths of the Police" is a French song sung to the tune of "1941 " with lyrics by Richard Dewitte . The lyrics, unrelated to the original, tell the story of a man becoming a police officer to impress a woman. The song was recorded by Les Jelly Roll .   I passed the exam and my return is ...
1941 {Mono} music_note
1941 {Live On BBC's Saturday Club} music_note
1941 {Demo} music_note
1941 (performed by Pandemonium) music_note "1941" by Pandemonium  
1941 {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Harry Nilsson's "1941" is an autobiographical song originally released on Nilsson's Pandemonium Shadow Show album.   Well in 1941 a happy father had a son And by 1944 the father walked right out the door And in '45 the mom and son were still alive But ...


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Notes on Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter by Alyn Shipton book by Roger Smith   Drawing on extensive research and access to Nilsson's personal archives, Alyn Shipton's Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter is an exhaustive and award-winning biography of Harry Nilsson . Published in 2013, the biography is ...
One Last Touch of Nilsson article This article is from Goldmine Magazine (Vol. 20 No. 9 Issue 359 dated April 29, 1994). Bruce Ansley contacted Krause Publications Group, Inc. and Dawn Eden and they were kind enough to grant him permission to place the article online. Once he had ...
1941 (performed by Billy J. Kramer) music_note Billy J. Kramer's recording of "1941 " was released as a single (CBS 3396) in the UK in 1968. "1941" by Billy J. Kramer
Covering Harry article This article originally appeared in Everybody's Talkin' (Number 15) published in 1998.   by Chris Hahn   Bring up the subject of Harry Nilsson's singing and you'll get little argument. In his early years, Nilsson had one of the sweetest, purest voices ever to engage a ...
Harry Nilsson Tribute Concert event_note A note from Roger Smith : Many of the photographs used in this article were taken with an early digital camera and are, therefore, not very good. The better quality photographs were scanned from film prints. I have additional print photographs from Harryfest ...
Harry Nilsson in the Netherlands article This 1997 article is based on one of Sue Schnelzer's contributions to the Everybody's Talkin' newsletter.   By Sue Schnelzer   "If only I could find a place where smiling strangers knew our faces; I would take you there. A place with constant melody, where you and I could wander ...
Interview with Zak Nilsson article Roger Smith interviewed Zak Nilsson for this article which was originally published in the July, 1996, issue of Everybody's Talkin' .   ET caught up with Zak Nilsson somewhere in Cyberspace where this interview was conducted over a period of a few weeks. Many of the questions were ...
1941 (performed by Tom Northcott) music_note Northcott's recording of 1941 is available on CD in a various artists collection called Buried Treasure: Lost Gems From Deep in the '60s Vaults .   "1941" by Tom Northcott  
Ray Connolly person Producer David Puttnam was impressed by Harry Nilsson's song "1941 " and asked writer Ray Connolly to create a screenplay based on it. [1]   [1] Enigma: David Puttnam, the story so far , Andrew Yule . Sphere (1989)
Enigma: David Puttnam, the story so far book Enigma is Andrew Yule's biography of film producer David Puttnam .   The book decribes how David Puttnam was impressed by Harry Nilsson's song "1941 ." Puttnam asked writer Ray Connolly to create a screenplay based on it which resulted in the film That'll Be the Day .
That'll Be the Day videocam Directed by Claude Whatham with a screenplay by Ray Connolly , the 1973 film That'll Be the Day is loosely based on Harry Nilsson's song "1941 ."   One day in the early-Seventies I had a huge stroke of beginners’ luck. Going over to a friend’s house ...
1941 {Les Vérités de la Police} music_note "The Truths of the Police" is a French song sung to the tune of "1941 " with lyrics by Richard Dewitte . The lyrics, unrelated to the original, tell the story of a man becoming a police officer to impress a woman. The song was recorded by Les Jelly Roll .   I passed the exam and my return is ...
In Concert {The Music of NIlsson} videocam "The Music of Nilsson " is a 1971 episode (Season 4, Episode 8) of the BBC TV series "In Concert."   Nilsson performs the following songs in front of a non-existent studio audience:   Mr Richland’s Favourite Song / One Gotta Get Up Walk Right ...
1941 (performed by John Randolph Marr) music_note John Randolph Marr recorded 1941 for his 1970 album John Randolph Marr . The album is a "Nilsson House " production.
1941 (performed by George Burns) music_note George Burns sings 1941 on his 1968 album George Burns Sings .