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This Could Be the Night music_note In 1964, Harry Nilsson began a short association with famed producer, Phil Spector . The association resulted in three songs: "This Could Be The Night ," recorded by the Modern Folk Quartet , and the Ronettes numbers "Paradise " and "Here I Sit ."   The Modern Folk Quartet's version of ...
Paradise music_note "Paradise " was one of Harry Nilsson's first recorded songs (by the Ronettes and the Shangri Las ). Harry finally recorded the song himself in 1971. Harry's version has not been released.
Without Her {Un Nouveau Jour Sur La Terre} music_note "A New Day on Earth" is a song in French set to the tune of "Without Her ."
Baby It's Over music_note "Baby It's Over " was recorded by Debbie Burton .   "Baby It's Over" by Debbie Burton
Without Her music_note "Without Her" by Harry Nilsson   "It drove me nuts. I must have played it a million times." -- Al Kooper   Harry Nilsson performed "Without Her " during his "The Ghost and Mrs. ...
Without Her {Noch Einmal} music_note Lierally "Again" in German, "Noch Einmal" is Harry Nilsson's "Without Her " translated to German.
She's Yours music_note
The Story Of Rock And Roll music_note Harry Nilsson plays piano on the Turtles's recording of The Story Of Rock And Roll .
Good Times music_note
Countin' music_note Harry Nilsson performed Countin' as a demo for the Monkees . Harry described it as "cute" and made several false starts before finishing the song.
Don't Say Goodbye music_note
Ain't Doing Too Bad music_note
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 ...
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 ...