Daddy's Song

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Daddy's Song article By Roger Smith Originally Published in Everybody's Talkin' #17   In 1968, Harry Nilsson was living in a small, Central Florida town with his wife, Lois , and his son Gary . Harry had an older son from a previous marriage.    ...
Daddy's Song music_note Harry Nilsson included "Daddy's Song " on his Aerial Ballet album, but RCA quickly pulled the first release of the album and reissued it without "Daddy's Song."   RCA feared that Harry's version of the song would compete with the Monkees's recording included on the soundtrack album ...
Daddy's Song (performed by Monkees) music_note Harry Nilsson's version of "Daddy's Song " was originally released on the first pressing of his Aerial Ballet album. But, it was quickly pulled from the album by RCA who feared that it would compete with The Monkees's cover version.   Nilsson's version later reappeared on his ...
Daddy's Song (performed by The Casuals) music_note The Casuals recorded Daddy's Song for their 1969 album Hour World . The song is available on the Very Best of the Casuals CD.
Daddy's Song {Mono} music_note


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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 ...
Daddy's Song (performed by Monkees) music_note Harry Nilsson's version of "Daddy's Song " was originally released on the first pressing of his Aerial Ballet album. But, it was quickly pulled from the album by RCA who feared that it would compete with The Monkees's cover version.   Nilsson's version later reappeared on his ...
Head videocam The Monkees performed "Daddy's Song " for their 1968 film Head . It appears on the soundtrack album.  
The Casuals person The Casuals recorded Harry Nilsson's "Daddy's Song ."   The group consisted of John Tebb (vocals, organ), Howard Newcombe (guitar), Alan Taylor (bass), and Robert O'Brien (drums).
Around the Bend videocam Around the Bend is a 2004 film starring Michael Caine and Christopher Walken . Harry Nilsson's "Daddy's Song " is heard in the film.
Monkees person Harry Nilsson wrote "Cuddly Toy " and "Daddy's Song " for The Monkees and appears as an instrumentalist or singing backing vocals on a few of their songs.   Harry impressed most of the group when he auditioned several of his songs for them:   So I sang seven, eight or nine songs, ...
Daddy's Song (performed by The Casuals) music_note The Casuals recorded Daddy's Song for their 1969 album Hour World . The song is available on the Very Best of the Casuals CD.
Aerial Ballet {Monophonic LP} [1968] album Monophonic release of Harry Nilsson's second album for RCA . The first release of Aerial Ballet includes "Daddy's Song ." RCA quickly deleted this first release and issued a second pressing without "Daddy's Song ." RCA feared that Harry's version would compete with The Monkees's cover of ...
Aerial Ballet {Stereophonic LP Second Release} [1968] album RCA quickly deleted the first release of Aerial Ballet and issued this second pressing without "Daddy's Song ." RCA feared that Harry's version would compete with The Monkee's cover of the song.
Daddy's Song music_note Harry Nilsson included "Daddy's Song " on his Aerial Ballet album, but RCA quickly pulled the first release of the album and reissued it without "Daddy's Song."   RCA feared that Harry's version of the song would compete with the Monkees's recording included on the soundtrack album ...
Aerial Ballet {Monophonic LP Second Release} [1968] album Monophonic release of Nilsson's second album for RCA .   RCA quickly deleted the first release of Aerial Ballet and issued this second pressing without "Daddy's Song ." RCA feared that Harry's version would compete with The Monkees's cover of the song.
Ken Sharp Interviews Harry Nilsson (March, 1992) question_answer Ken Sharp interviewed Harry Nilsson in March of 1992 at the Beatlefest in Secaucus, New Jersey .   KS (Ken Sharp): What are your plans for a new record?   HN (Harry Nilsson): To make one!   KS: Have you been doing a lot of ...