Fred Neil


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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 ...
White Rabbit circle An Associated Press news report on the passing of Harry Nilsson formed the basis for articles which appeared in many newspapers in the days after Nilsson's death in 1994. The report, and the subsequent articles, contained some inaccuracies.   The quotes ...
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' campaign Harry Nilsson and his producer Rick Jarrard discovered Fred Neil's "Everybody's Talkin'" as a demo originally earmarked for one of Jarrard's other acts, a band called Stone Country . [1]   [1] Mojo , Johnny Black (1999-08) "Time Machine: Los ...
Mariah Carey person   It wasn't meant to be a tribute, but Mariah Carey's recording of "Without You " turns out to be an ironic reminder of the artistry of Harry Nilsson , the man who had a No. 1 hit with the song 22 years ago. Carey's remake debuts on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart next week at No. 53, ...
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' ."  
Everybody's Talkin' {Midnight Cowboy Version} music_note
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.