1973


References

Title Summary
Rock Around the Clock music_note "Rock Around the Clock" by Harry Nilsson   Bill Haley and the Comets recorded "Rock Around the Clock " on April 12, 1954. Although it may not have been the first "rock and roll" ...
Trust In Me music_note Harry Nilsson originally recorded "Trust In Me " for his A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night , but it was not included on the album.   "Trust in Me" by Harry Nilsson   ...
Lazy Moon music_note Recorded: March 15-22, 1973   "Lazy Moon " was written in 1901. Harry Nilsson first heard it sung by Oliver Hardy in the film Pardon Us . From the time it appeared in that film until Harry recorded it in 1973, there is no record of anyone else recording the song.
Nilsson Sings Newman {LP Reissue} [1973] album All songs on Nilsson Sings Newman are by Randy Newman . Nilsson Sings Newman did not make it into the Billboard album chart but was awarded "Record of the Year " by Stereo Review .   The car in the painting on the front cover is a 1938 Graham .   ...
Great Pop Stars book Harry Nilsson is included in this collection of stories and photos of "Great Pop Stars."
The Puppy Song (performed by David Cassidy) music_note David Cassidy's recording of "The Puppy Song " was released on a single ( Bell 45-413) in the US in October of 1973.   "The Puppy Song"by David Cassidy   In 1973, Cassidy ...
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Andy Williams & Noelle) music_note Andy Williams's version of Remember (Christmas) is on his 1973 album Solitaire .
Open Your Window (performed by 5th Dimension) music_note The 5th Dimension recorded Open Your Window for their 1973 album Living Together, Growing Together .
A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night {Australian} [1973] album The Starcall label, a division of RCA in Australia, released a version of the A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night album.  
Nilsson Schmilsson {Quad LP} [1973] album Quadrophonic release. Nilsson Schmilsson is Harry's best-selling album. It spent nearly one year on the charts, reaching #3, and going gold. A poster was included with the album. "That album was a great meeting [of minds] ... I was so glad to meet ...
Nilsson Schmilsson {Quad 8-track} [1973] album Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Schmilsson was released as a quadrophonic eight-track tape. The songs were remixed to take advantage of the four-channel play back.
Nilsson Schmilsson {Quad Reel-to-Reel} [1973] album Harry Nilsson's best-selling album was released in three four-track (quadrophonic) versions - LP, eight-track, and reel-to-reel.
Over The Rainbow music_note
Daybreak {Micky Dolenz - Release Version} music_note
Daybreak {Micky Dolenz - Promotional Version (Mono)} music_note The promotional single containing Micky Dolenz recording of Daybreak used a different mix of the song. Harry Nilsson produced Dolenz's recording.
Daybreak {Micky Dolenz - Promotional Version (Stereo)} music_note The promotional single containing Micky Dolenz recording of Daybreak used a different mix of the song.
Don't Forget Me {Demo} music_note A vastly different work-through of the Pussy Cats classic. Here, Harry Nilsson and the band take it at a fast pace, with several tempo changes along the way, and some fine drumming.
You're Sixteen music_note Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals on Ringo Starr's recording of You're Sixteen .
Thanks for the Memory music_note Thanks for the Memory was first performed by Bob Hope in the film "Big Broadcast Of 1938 ." Hope later adopted it as his theme song.
Make Believe music_note
Makin' Whoopee music_note
Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) music_note Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) was originally written in 1931 for the musical "Three Little Words". "Harry does it with much sadness and compassion." -- Derek Taylor
Ambush music_note
Black Sails In The Moonlight music_note When asked if he ever wrote songs to order, Harry Nilsson replied: "Recently I wrote one for Derek Taylor . A friend of his, his father was producing a movie with Peter Sellers and Spike Milligan and asked if I would write a tune for it. It was a pirate movie and they said they wanted a ...