1973


References

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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, ...
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 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 . ...
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.
Trust In Me music_note Harry Nilsson originally recorded Trust In Me for A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night , but it was not included on the album. Other Recordings: Mildred Bailey's recording of Trust In Me reached #4 on the US charts in 1937. Etta James's recording of Trust In Me reached #30 on ...
You're Sixteen music_note Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals on Ringo Starr's recording of You're Sixteen .
Rock Around the Clock music_note 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" recording, it was the one which introduced the new style of music to most of the world. Rock Around The Clock was written in 1953 by Max Freedman and ...
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
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.
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 ...