Everybody's Talkin'

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Everybody's Talkin' music_note Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' " from the Aerial Ballet album was later featured in the movie Midnight Cowboy . The single issued to coincide with the release of the soundtrack album became an international hit and earned Nilsson a Grammy award.   ...
Everybody's Talkin' {Midnight Cowboy Reprise} music_note
Everybody's Talkin' [2001] album
Everybody's Talkin' {Australian CD} [1994] album Includes full length version of "Jump Into The Fire ."
Everybody's Talkin' {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 ...
Paul Oakenfold Paul Oakenfold's "Starry-Eyed Surprise " includes samples of Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' ." The song is on Oakenfold's Bunnka album.   " Starry-Eyed Surprise " by ...
The King of Queens {Buggie Nights} videocam In an episode titled "Buggie Nights," the CBS TV series "The King of Queens " used Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' ."
The Graduate theater_comedy The Broadway version of The Graduate was not a musical. But, it did use snippets of pre-recorded music from the period to introduce scenes. One of the songs used was Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' ."
Borat!: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan videocam Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' " is heard in the 2007 film Borat!: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan .  
Duit On Mon Dei article By Curtis Armstrong and Diane Nilsson Originally Published in Everybody's Talkin' Spring 1997   "Duit On Mon Dei" is a phrase which has intrigued Harry Nilsson fans for some time. Duit on Mon Dei is the name Harry gave to the album he had ...
Beat Club videocam A short film of Harry Nilsson performing "Everybody's Talkin' " was shown on the TV show Beat Club in 1969. The film has more recently appeared on VH1 .
Digital UK Commercial videocam Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' " is used in a commercial for Digital UK .   Produced by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO Ltd , the commercial features an animated robot character named "Digit Al," and aims to raise awareness of the UK's switch to digital broadcast TV.   ...
Malibu Film Festival Ad videocam Josh Caplan , associate creative director at McCarthy Mambro Bertino , and Backyard Productions produced a 90-second black-and-white film to advertise the 2004 Malibu Film Festival . The film was shown in theaters before movies and set to Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' ." ...
Midnight Cowboy videocam Midnight Cowboy is a film by John Schlesinger which won the Oscar for "Best Picture" in 1969. The film features Harry Nilsson's performance of "Everybody's Talkin' ."   The movie studio wanted an original song written for the film, so Schlesinger used "Everybody's Talkin'" as a ...
Singer & The Song videocam Singer & The Song is Classic Pictures's DVD of German television appearances from "some of the world's most well known singers performing some of the all time classic songs at the very pinnacle of their careers."   The DVD includes 22 TV performances (with a choice of 5.1 Dolby Digital ...
Only Fools and Horses {"The Jolly Boys Outing"} videocam Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' " is heard in the episode 7 of season 6 ("The Jolly Boys' Outing") of the BBC TV show "Only Fools and Horses ."    
Grammy Hall of Fame Award circle The Grammy Hall Of Fame Award was established by the Recording Academy's National Trustees in 1973 to honor recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance that are at least 25 years old. Winners are selected annually by a special member committee of eminent and knowledgeable ...
Howard Stern radio On March 5, 2003, on his popular radio show, Howard Stern played "You're Breaking My Heart ." As the song played (with the expected edits, of course), Stern laughed out loud.   Stern asked if Harry Nilsson was still alive and his "posse" said no, but couldn't agree on either the date of ...
John Schlesinger person When asked about his use of "Everybody's Talkin' " in his 1969 film Midnight Cowboy , director John Schlesinger described it as a: Total, total fluke. My assistant suggested it. I didn't know who Harry Nilsson was at the time but lyrically it's perfect as well as rhythmically. The studio ...
Curtis Armstrong person Actor and screenwriter, Curtis Armstrong, is a recognized expert on Harry Nilsson and his music. Curtis co-produced several reissues of Harry Nilsson's CDs for BMG's Buddha and Heritage labels and has written many articles for the Everybody's Talkin' newsletter.   Curtis, along ...
Happy Hits album Happy Hits is a library of MOR favorites for broadcast use. The $999 library includes 1,111 songs with complete indexes, containing timing, tempo and category information, plus background notes for each track.   Contains Harry Nilsson's performance of "Everybody's Talkin' ."
Midnight Cowboy {Stereophonic LP} [1969] album The soundtrack of the John Schlesinger film, Midnight Cowboy , features Harry's performance of Fred Neil's "Everybody's Talkin' ."   "Everybody's Talkin' " won Harry his first Grammy award.
Midnight Cowboy {US CD Reissue} [1998] album The soundtrack of the John Schlesinger film features Harry Nilsson's performance of Fred Neil's "Everybody's Talkin' ."  
Midnight Cowboy {180 gram LP Reissue} [1999] album Simply Vinyl released the Midnight Cowboy soundtrack on LP in 1999 and Nilsson Schmilsson on LP in 2002.   The soundtrack of the John Schlesinger film features Harry Nilsson's performance of Fred Neil's "Everybody's Talkin' ."  
Only Fools And Horses - The Album album Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' " is heard in the episode 7 of season 6 ("The Jolly Boys' Outing") of the BBC TV show "Only Fools and Horses ."  
The GRAMMYs -- 50th Anniversary Collection [2008] album Available only at Starbucks company-operated locations in the United States and Canada, this two-CD collection "offers songs hand-selected by Starbucks Entertainment from the wealth of great songs honored by The Recording Academy in the last 50 years."   ...
Everybody's Talkin' music_note Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' " from the Aerial Ballet album was later featured in the movie Midnight Cowboy . The single issued to coincide with the release of the soundtrack album became an international hit and earned Nilsson a Grammy award.   ...
AM Gold: Radio Gems [1998] album Time Life Music's various artists collection includes Harry performing "Everybody's Talkin' ."
Aerial Pandemonium Ballet {Stereophonic LP} [1971] album After the success of "Everybody's Talkin' ", Harry Nilsson went into the studio and produced Aerial Pandemonium Ballet , a collection of reworked songs from Pandemonium Shadow Show and Aerial Ballet .
Starry-Eyed Surprise music_note Paul Oakenfold's Starry-Eyed Surprise includes samples of Harry Nilsson's recording of Everybody's Talkin' . The song is on Oakenfold's Bunnka album.
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City music_note While making the film Midnight Cowboy , director John Schlesinger had been using Harry Nilsson's recording of Everybody's Talkin' as an example of the type of song he wanted for the finished film. Harry wrote I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City as his candidate for the final ...
Everybody's Talkin' {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Harry Nilsson remixed his Aerial Ballet version of Everybody's Talkin' for the Aerial Pandemonium Ballet album. He removed the second voice.
Why is a Mouse That Spins? article By Roger Smith Originally published in Everybody's Talkin' Volume 1997.2   On the back of Harry Nilsson's Aerial Ballet album cover is the cryptic message "Why is a mouse that spins." I suppose I'm not the only Harry fan to have puzzled over ...
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.    ...