Golden Syrup Music


References

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How To Write A Song {Quadraphonic Mix} {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note The quadraphonic version of "How To Write a Song " was released on the quad LP version of Sandman .  
Who Done It? music_note What Schmilssonian has not thrilled to the dramatic, ominous prelude which opens Harry Nilsson's masterful pastiche of Agatha Christian mayhem, "Who Done It?". That intro, through the crashing thunder and leading up to the loping bass line, is the only music on Knnillssonn not actually ...
Easier For Me music_note "Easier for Me" by Harry Nilsson  
(Thursday) Here's Why I Did Not Go To Work Today music_note "(Thursday) Here's Why I Did Not Go To Work Today" by Harry Nilsson
To Be a King music_note
Something True {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Pretty Soon There'll Be Nothing Left for Everybody {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
The Ivy Covered Walls {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
(Thursday) Here's Why I Did Not Go To Work Today {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Will She Miss Me {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
I'll Never Leave You {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Will She Miss Me music_note
Something True music_note Harry Nilsson dedicated Something True to Mal Evans .
Moonshine Bandit music_note
Old Bones music_note
Pretty Soon There'll Be Nothing Left for Everybody music_note
Kojak Columbo music_note "Television's here to save us," Harry Nilsson sings (with tongue firmly in cheek) in Kojak Columbo . "Kojak " was a police drama which aired on CBS from October, 1973, to April, 1978. Telly Savalas , former casting assistant and news director, starred as "Lt. Theo Kojak." "Columbo " ...
Laughin' Man music_note
Lean On Me music_note
The Ivy Covered Walls music_note
Goin' Down music_note Harry Nilsson submitted Goin' Down to the makers of the film The Odd Job , but the producers decided not to use it. (Source: )
How To Write A Song music_note In "How to Write a Song," Harry Nilsson describes how to ... write a song.
I Never Thought I'd Get This Lonely music_note
I'll Never Leave You music_note
Daylight Has Caught Me music_note
Blanket For A Sail music_note Harry Nilsson recorded "Blanket for a Sail" for his 1971 album Knnillssonn . In 1990, he recorded an alternate version for the album For Our Children . The alternate version begins with the "Little fellow, you're so tired" verse from Little Cowboy .
All I Think About is You music_note