Harry Nilsson

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Harry Nilsson person Harry Edward Nilsson III was born on June 15, 1941, in Brooklyn, New York , to Bette and Harry Nilsson .   In a 1968 interview, Harry stated that his full name is "Harry Edward Christopher Nilsson." Noting that he was born on Father's Day , Nilsson ...
Harry Nilsson {Korean LP} [1978] album    
Harry Nilsson {Korean CD} [1992] album


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Goodfellas videocam Harry Nilsson's Jump Into the Fire is used to good effect in Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas .  
Roses are Blooming music_note Harry Nilsson sang "Roses are Blooming" during his April 1, 1970, appearance on the Skip Weshner radio show on KRHM in Los Angeles . "Roses are Blooming" by Harry Nilsson ...
Great Pop Stars book Harry Nilsson is included in this collection of stories and photos of "Great Pop Stars."
They Made a Monkee Out of Me book Davy Jones's autobiography includes tales about Keith Moon , Harry Nilsson , and others.
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 ...
Without You music_note   "Without You " [...] is just the killer song of all time. -- Paul McCartney [1]     [1] "Behind the Music {Badfinger} " VH1
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, ...
Harry Nilsson Tribute Concert event_note A note from Roger Smith : Many of the photographs used in this article were taken with an early digital camera and are, therefore, not very good. The better quality photographs were scanned from film prints. I have additional print photographs from Harryfest ...
Transperformance 2015 - Look at The Movies event_note For "Transperformance " in 2015, Aloha Steamtrain performed Harry Nilsson's The Point! .   The Point! by The Aloha Steamtrain  
Transperformance 2005 - New York: A Bite from the Big Apple event_note Look Park in Northampton, Massachusetts , will be transformed into New York's Central Park for one evening. On August 30, 2005, the 15th annual "Transperformance " will feature more than 20 musical acts imitating their favorite New York City stars. Some of the performers include King ...
Dungeon Siege III videocam Harry Nilsson's "Best Friend " was used in a national commercial for the Dungeon Siege III video game.   Dungeon Siege III Commercial   In the commercial, Nilsson's song "Best ...
Crank videocam One of the most surprising uses of Harry in a movie in recent memory was in Crank . Did you guys see that? At one point Jason Statham escapes from a hospital insanely high on adrenaline and coke and I don't know what else, and he's on this kind of ...
Red Dog videocam The Australian film Red Dog contains a montage set to Harry Nilsson's "Jump Into the Fire ."
Cameron Crowe person Director Cameron Crowe listed his "Top 10 Music Moments in Film" for issue 240 of Empire magazine published in June of 2009.   At number 7 in the list is Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' " in Midnight Cowboy . Crowe writes, "The song is the opening brush stroke on a ...
Harry Nilsson in Movies/TV/Games list This is a list of some of the films, TV shows, and video games that have a connection to Harry Nilsson .   Movie/TV/Game Title 44 Inch Chest A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night Access All Areas All That Jazz ...
Ray Bradbury Letter circle photo Back in 1998, I wrote a letter to Ray Bradbury asking about Harry Nilsson's desire to name his first RCA album "Something Wicked This Way Comes ." I was a little surprised and greatly pleased to receive the following response. -- Roger Smith Dear Roger,   Thanks for your good ...
The Beehive State music_note   "Beehive State" by Harry Nilsson
Martoni's place Martoni's Italian Restaurant at 1523 Cahuenga Blvd in Hollywood, California , opened in 1960 and quickly became a favorite of Hollywood's elite, especially musicians.   In "When Harry Met E. J. " artist/writer/photographer/musician/..., E. J. Gold , recalls ...
Curzon Place place photo Harry Nilsson once owned apartment #12 at 9 Curzon Place in London, England . Curzon Place is a cul-de-sac off of Curzon Street in Mayfair. Built in the 1700s, the building was located near the Playboy Club and several casinos.   The building was gutted ...
The Presence of Christmas {US CD Reissue} [2003] album "A heartwarming anthology of stories, poems, and songs of the holiday season" narrated by Bruce Heighley . The songs are performed by Harry Nilsson .   This collection was produced by Harry's cousin, Doug Hoefer , for Harry's Hawkeye Entertainment .   ...
Picture Pop Sticker #64 business photo In 1974, Panini-Modena released "Picture Pop Sticker #64" featuring a photograph of Harry Nilsson on the front and a brief biography of the singer/songwriter on the back.   The bio on the back says:   NILSSON Born Harry Nilsson Schmisson in ...
Once There Was a Way book Once There Was a Way by Bryce Zabel is an alternative history novel in which the Beatles choose to stay together as a group, rather than breakup as the 1970s began.   Harry Nilsson appears as a character in the novel. Harry is watching the Watergate ...
Erik Preminger person The son of burlesque entertainer, Gypsy Rose Lee , Erik was named "Erik Lee Kirkland" at birth and believed his father was Lee's then-husband, Alexander Kirkland. It wasn't until he was 17 years old that Erik learned that his father was actually Otto Preminger. Years later, in 1967, Otto ...
Rosebud videocam Rosebud is a 1975 film directed by Otto Preminger from a screenplay by Erik Preminger .   In one scene, Kim Cattrall , as "Joyce," an American taken hostage by a terrorist group, does sit-ups and sings Harry Nilsson’s "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New ...
Watergate event_note Harry Nilsson had a strong dislike for Richard Nixon and was so pleased by the president's downfall that he dedicated an album to Frank Wills , the security guard who foiled the Watergate burglary.   In 1973, Harry and Una stayed at the Watergate hotel when Harry travelled to ...
Frank Wills person Frank Wills was the security guard at the Watergate hotel who discovered the break-in that eventually led to the resignation of Richard Nixon as president - which made Frank Wills a hero to Harry Nilsson .   Harry is pictured wearing a button with a picture of Wills on the cover of A ...
Life is a Rock music_note "Life is a Rock " by Reunion hit the top 10 in 1974 - peaking at number 8 on November 16, 1974. The song is available on Nipper's Greatest Hits - The 70's (which also includes Harry's performance of "Without You "). Harry Nilsson is name-checked in the ...
Harry Does Yoko [1984] album No offical album of this name has been released.   Harry Does Yoko (or Harry Sings Yoko ) is the name Harry Nilsson used for the collection of songs by Yoko Ono which he recorded as demos/guides for the Every Man Has a Woman album. Harry recorded eight songs. Three of the songs ...
The Kojacks person The Kojacks perform dressed in bald wigs, jaunty hats, sunglasses, and leisure suits resembling the attire of the television detective. They belt out tunes a la Telly Savalas ("Kojak") with a touch of Frank Sinatra thrown in for good measure.   The Kojacks recorded an entire CD of tunes ...
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 the ...
The Point! {Stereophonic LP} [1971] album The Point! is the soundtrack of Harry Nilsson's animated TV special. The Point! aired on ABC TV in early 1971. The TV program was narrated by Dustin Hoffman . The album is narrated by Harry Nilsson. The album reached #25 during a 32-week stay on the ...
44 Inch Chest videocam In 44 Inch Chest , Ray Winstone plays a thug named Colin Diamond. In the first scene, Diamond lies prone on the floor of his living room in a pile of broken furniture while Harry Nilsson's recording of "Without You " plays on his hi-fi. ...
Carl Emanuel Nilsson person Carl Emanuel Nilsson was Harry Nilsson's great-grandfather. Nilsson was born on March 8, 1868, in Gothenburg, Sweden .   On April 14, 1896, Carl Nilsson received a patent on his Aerial Ballet apparatus which was a centerpiece of Nilsson's Aerial Ballet .   On February 19, 1890, he ...
Australia place In 1984, while on a trip to Australia to promote the Every Man Has a Woman album, Harry Nilsson bought land in the Hunter Valley area north of Sydney in New South Wales .   Harry had lovely ideas. In this case, his idea was we’ll buy this land in Australia , and it’ll be good ...
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows music_note Joseph McCarthy and Harry Carroll wrote "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows " in 1918 for the musical comedy "Oh, Look! " Carroll's melody is based on Chopin .   "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" by ...
Together (performed by Clodagh Rodgers) music_note Clodagh Rodgers's recording of Harry Nilsson's Together was released as the b-side of her "Goodnight Midnight " in the UK in 1969. The single reached #4 in the UK charts. The recording is available on the CD You Are My Music: Best of Clodagh Rodgers .   ...
The Abdication of Count Down music_note Dialogue and incidental music from the film Son of Dracula .   "The Abdication of Count Down"
When Harry Got to Heaven music_note Laurence Juber , former Wings guitarist , wrote and performs the instrumental song "When Harry Got to Heaven " as a tribute to his friend, Harry Nilsson .   During live performances, he introduces the song by telling a story about Harry's funeral . The ...
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 ...
Ten Little Indians (performed by Yardbirds) music_note The Yardbirds recorded a cover of Harry Nilsson's Ten Little Indians . "Ten Little Indians" by the Yardbirds   "When I was still in the Yardbirds , our producer ...
Yardbirds person The Yardbirds recorded a cover of Harry Nilsson's "Ten Little Indians ." The song is available on their Cumular Limit and Ultimate! CDs. "When I was still in the Yardbirds, our producer Mickie Most would always try to get us to record all these horrible songs. He would say, 'Oh, c'mon, ...
The Mad, Mad World Of Soundtracks [1997] album This CD includes Harry Nilsson singing "Cast and Crew " from Skidoo .
Stuart Ginsburg Dies announcement Stuart Ginsburg has died.   Ginsburg began writing for Creem magazine after graduating from college. Then he began a long career in publicity for RCA and other record companies.   At RCA, he penned the promotional letter included with Harry Nilsson's Scatalogue album.   ...
Down To The Valley music_note
The RCA Albums Collection [2013] album This seventeen CD box set contains fourteen albums of Harry Nilsson's RCA albums from his 1967 debut Pandemonium Shadow Show to his final album for the label in 1977, Knnillssonn .   There are sixty-five tracks of bonus material added to the albums ...
Troubadour place On March 12, 1974, Harry Nilsson and John Lennon were escorted out of the Troubadour club in Hollywood, California , because they were heckling the Smothers Brothers during the comedy/music duo's "comeback" performance.   Harry Nilsson said the ...
Easier For Me music_note "Easier for Me" by Harry Nilsson  
Pain music_note "Pain" is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Derek Taylor person On September 8, 1997, Harry Nilsson's friend Derek Taylor died at his home in Suffolk, England , after a long illness. He was 65.   Derek Taylor was born in Liverpool, England on May 7, 1932. He was educated in the city and became a journalist for "The ...
Best Friend (performed by Brandon Cruz) music_note Brandon Cruz's Eddie Is a Punk CD includes four punk versions of "Best Friend ." One version features Harry Nilsson on piano and vocals. Two takes feature Cruz's TV father, Bill Bixby . And one version is a duet with Micky Dolenz .   ...
Everything He Needs music_note Carly Rae Jepsen incorporated Harry Nilsson's "He Needs Me " into her song "Everything He Needs ." The song appears on her 2019 album Dedicated .   Everything He Needs   We ...
Mournin' Glory Story {BBC Radio} music_note During an appearance in episode of Everett's BBC Radio 1 show, Harry Nilsson was asked to sing to background music he had not previously heard. Everett played a looped background track created from a small snippet of the Bee Gees's song "Craise Finton Kirk Academy of Royal Arts ." Harry ...
Capital Radio Breakfast Show radio Harry Nilsson appeared as a guest on Kenny Everett's Breakfast Show on Capital Radio on June 28, 1975. At one point, Everett plays a clip from Harry's earlier BBC Radio appearance where Harry spontaneously sang the lyrics to "Mournin' Glory Story " over a looped snippet from the Bee Gees ...
Sandi McTaggart person Harry Nilsson married 21 year-old Sandi McTaggart on October 10, 1964, in Los Angeles, California . [1]   She was very pretty. She looked a lot like Kim Novak , and she had an interesting background. She was from Buffalo, NY, and was a Hells Angels chick, which at first pissed me off so ...
Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter book Alyn Shipton's biography of Harry Nilsson is based on extensive research and exclusive access to Harry Nilsson's papers and his oral autobiography .   Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter Awards: WINNER of 2014 ARSC Award for best research in ...
Why We Love It {One By Harry Nilsson} radio The Why We Love It podcast discusses Harry Nilsson's song "One ."     
Final Sessions {#1: Rescuing the Rescue Boy} radio The four-part Final Sessions podcast series discusses Harry Nilsson's last recording sessions and the production of his posthumous Losst And Founnd album.   The first episode discusses Harry's final recordings and the long gap between their recording and release on the new album. ...
Final Sessions {#2: There's No More Yesterday} radio The four-part Final Sessions podcast series discusses Harry Nilsson's last recording sessions and the production of his posthumous Losst And Founnd album.   The second episode discusses h ow John Lennon's murder almost stopped Harry from making music .    
Final Sessions {#3: You've Had a Buckaroo Day} radio The four-part Final Sessions podcast series discusses Harry Nilsson's last recording sessions and the production of his posthumous Losst And Founnd album.   The third episode discusses h ow Harry stepped away from making music to spend more time with his family .    
Final Sessions {#4: Cut To An Old Man, Thinking 'bout His Life Span} radio The four-part Final Sessions podcast series discusses Harry Nilsson's last recording sessions and the production of his posthumous Losst And Founnd album.   The final episode discusses h ow Harry Nilsson's songs of love and death were frequently the same song .    
David Sontag person Among his accomplishments during his long career as a television producer and writer, David Sontag helped Hugh Hefner create the Playboy After Dark series. He also worked with Harry Nilsson on his musical, How Wright You Are .   Sontag was aboard US Airways Flight 1549 which famously ...
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 ...
How Wright You Are theater_comedy photo In 1968, Harry Nilsson began work on a Broadway musical he conceived about the Wright Brothers . To help write the book for "How Wright You Are," Nilsson enlisted David Sontag [1] and John Bradford [2] . Nilsson would provide the score. They intended ...
Early Tymes [1977] album The songs on Early Tymes were recorded in 1960 by Harry Nilsson as demos for singer/songwriter Scott Turner .   I was hanging around a publisher's office and there was a kid there with a guitar between his knees. He said he sang and wrote, so we went ...
Popeye videocam Released in 1980 by Walt Disney and Paramount Directed By Robert Altman Written by Jules Feiffer and E. C. Segar Starring Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall Music by Harry Nilsson   "Popeye" is a live action film which features ...
It's Not Easy Being Me music_note This duet from Popeye is sung by Popeye ( Robin Williams ) and Bluto ( Paul L. Smith ).
Charles Harry Nilsson person Harry Nilsson's grandfather, Charles Harry Nilsson was born on September 11, 1894, in New York, New York .   On January 31, 1915, he married Catherine Beatrice Robb .   They had several children. Mona Nilsson born July 20, 1915. Harry Edward ...
Peace Sunday event_note Over 80,000 people attended the "Peace Sunday" anti-nuke rally on June 6, 1982, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California .   Although the Associated Press and other sources describe Harry Nilsson as one of several speakers, he doesn't appear to have ...
RCA Contract circle Music producer Rick Jarrard had recently started working with RCA when he met Harry Nilsson in January of 1967. After several meetings and auditions with Nilsson, Jarrard offered Harry a contract with RCA (although Jarrard actually had no authority to offer such a deal).   So Harry’s ...
Wolcott's Instant Pain Annihilator circle photo Aerial Pandemonium Ballet Ad RCA used an 1863 poster advertising "Wolcott's Instant Pain Annihilator" in a magazine advertisement for Harry Nilsson's 1971 Aerial Pandemonium Ballet album.   A Seattle, ...
Weddings: Miss Bettee Martin / Mr. Harry Nilsson, Jr. event_note photo Harry Nilsson's parents, Harry Edward Nilsson, Jr. and Bette Martin , were married on September 16, 1940. An announcement of their upcoming nuptials appeared in The Morning News ( Wilmington, Delaware ) on September 12.   The announcement states that ...
Nilsson's Aerial Ballet theater_comedy Nilsson's Aerial Ballet was an act created by Carl Emanuel Nilsson , Harry Nilsson's great-grandfather. [1] .   Using a device patented by Carl Nilsson , ballet performers appeared to dance in mid-air while other dancers performed on the stage below. ...
Harry Edward Nilsson III person Harry Nilsson's full name was "Harry Edward Nilsson III" not "Harry Edward Nelson" as has been reported.   Harry Nilsson's name was so often misspelled as "Harry Nillson," "Harry Nillsson," "Harry Nilson," "Harry Neilson," "Harry Nelson ," "Harry Neilson," etc.) that Harry released an album ...
US Patent US558413A - Stage Apparatus circle In 1896, Carl Emanuel Nilsson , Harry Nilsson's great-grandfather, patented a "Stage Apparatus" for producing an "aerial ballet " where dancers appear to float an move in mid-air.   Nilsson applied for the parented on January 17, 1895. The USPTO ...
10549 Rocca Place place photo Harry Nilsson's 7,640 square foot home at 10549 Rocca Place in Bel Air, California , was designed by architect Eugene Kupper . The five-bedroom, seven-bath home features both canyon and ocean views. The home was built on about one-acre of land in 1977. [1] ...
Little Man videocam Harry Nilsson's "Best Friend " appears in the Wayans brother's film Little Man . A version of the song by Penfifteen Club plays during the film's closing credits.   Scenes from Little Man ...
Best Friend (performed by Penfifteen Club) music_note Penfifteen Club recorded Harry Nilsson's Best Friend for the film Little Man .   "Best Friend" by Penfifteen Club  
Turn On Your Radio (performed by Marc Cohn) music_note Marc Cohn recorded "Turn On Your Radio " for the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album. His version is a medley with John Lennon's "I've Got a Feeling " - "I was just subconsciously thinking about Harry's connection to John Lennon , because they were such good friends. I ...
Harry Nilsson Quotes auto_stories The following is a collection of quotes from (or about) Harry Nilsson .
Signs music_note Harry Nilsson sang "Signs" when he auditioned songs for the Monkees .
Mary Hoefer person Harry Nilsson's aunt "Cissy" was his mother's sister, Mary Hoefer (nee Martin). Her husband, Harry's Uncle Fred was an early musical influence on Harry.    
Fred Hoefer person Harry Nilsson's Uncle Fred, Fred L. Hoefer, was born on August 8, 1917, and died December 16, 2003.  
Carl Yastrzemski person In his biography of Harry Nilsson , Alyn Shipton describes Harry Nilsson playing baseball in high school against a team with Carl Yastrzemski as its star player. According to the account, based on Harry's unpublished draft biography, Harry played for Bayport High and Yastrzemski for ...
John Martin person Harry Nilsson's Uncle John was born in 1916. His first wife, Lillian, died in 1942. He married Anna Voorhis shortly after World War II .   Martin died in 1969.  
Anna Martin person Harry Nilsson's Aunt Anna was born Anna Louise Voorhis on January 17, 1920, in New York, New York .   She married Harry's uncle John Martin shortly after the end of World War II .   Anna Martin died on February 1, 2005.  
Elizabeth Nilsson person photo Harry Nilsson's mother Elizabeth Nilsson (born "Elizabeth Martin") was known as "Bette" to the family. She was born in 1920 in New York to Charles Augustus Martin and Florence Madeline Martin (nee Stotz). She had one brother, John , and a sister, Mary ...
Did Somebody Drop His Mouse? videocam Article By Curtis Armstrong   Unearthing the "lost" Nilsson Documentary   The existence of a lost Nilsson documentary was completely unknown to me until early last year [1997]. I had called legendary producer Richard Perry to discuss with him the possibility of his involvement in a ...
Nilsson Nyro Newman Neighborhood theater_comedy In a 1969 interview [1] , Harry Nilsson described a "contemporary musical" he was writing with Laura Nyro and Randy Newman called "Nilsson Nyro Newman Neighborhood."   It's an attempt to create an entertainment visually and musically by illustrating the lyrics. The three of us seem to ...
The Worst Person in the World videocam With its hipster vibe, eclectic soundtrack - Cymande , Harry Nilsson , Todd Rundgren , Art Garfunkel , Chassol - and attractive images from Danish cinematographer Kasper Tuxen , The Worst Person in the World stands a very good chance of international success after its Cannes ...
SBIZ circle SBIZ was the NASDAQ symbol for Harry Nilsson's Hawkeye Entertainment .   On March 26, 1987, Reuters reported that Hawkeye Entertainment Inc. said that it had completed its Initial Public Offering at the maximum subscription level of 14 million shares at 25 cents per share for proceeds ...
Knnillssonn {Stereophonic LP} [1977] album Knnillssonn was Harry Nilsson's last album for RCA . He felt it was not promoted well enough by RCA so he asked to be let out of his contract. Harry has said that Knnillssonn is his favorite of his albums.   When asked about the name of the ...
Son of Dracula videocam Count Down ( Harry Nilsson ), the son of Dracula, is "into just about every kind of music there is." The Count is about to be crowned the "Overlord of the Netherworld" when he has a change of heart. Dr. Van Helsing ( Dennis Price ) proposes an operation ...
Only You videocam Ringo Starr produced a a promotional film for his recording of "Only You ". For the film, a giant flying saucer and robot were lifted by helicopter to the top of the Capitol Records building in Los Angeles, California . Ringo and Harry Nilsson are on top of the building with the props as ...
David Geffen person Harry Nilsson was one of many guests at David Geffen's "surprise" 31st birthday party held at the Le Grand Trianon room of the Beverly Wilshire hotel on February 21, 1974,   Cher joined Bob Dylan to sing "Happy Birthday " while Nilsson mingled with guests including Ringo Starr , ...
Songs About Harry Nilsson list The following is a list of songs written about Harry Nilsson or which contain mentions of Harry or references to his music.   Song Artist Harry Eric Idle He Spins Around Family Tree Lost Another One Graham Nash ...
Brandy Alexander music_note Seeing Ron Sexsmith drinking a Brandy Alexander at a party, Leslie Feist asked about the drink. He told her the story of John Lennon's and Harry Nilsson's addiction to the drink during Lennon's "Lost Weekend ."   Inspired by the story, Feist wrote the lyrics to "Brandy Alexander" which ...
Our National Pastime music_note The song "Our National Pastime " by Rupert Holmes  tells a story of seduction at a Mets baseball game -- and incorporates the tune of the "Star Spangled Banner ."   Harry Nilsson is mentioned when the seducer describes what he expects will ...
Harry's Father in 1939 circle photo Harry's father, Harry Edward Nilsson, Jr. , was about 22 years old when photographed in 1939. The photograph was attached to his registration for a Seamen's Protection Certificate (a form of identification carried by American seamen) . Nilsson used the name ...
Harry Edward Nilsson, Jr. person Harry Nilsson's father, Harry Edward Nilsson, Jr., was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 20, 1917, to Catherine Beatrice Nilsson (nee Robb) and Charles Harry Nilsson .   Nilsson married Elizabeth Martin . They had one son, Harry Nilsson .   ...
549-56-5159 circle photo Harry Nilsson's Social Security Number ( SSN ), 549565159, was issued to him in California in 1957. [1]  [1] Public Records Search
Nilsson Productions, Inc. business Nilsson Productions, Inc. was incorporated in California on March 17, 1969. The mailing address for the company was:   Nilsson Productions, Inc. 9028 Sunset BLVD #201 Los Angeles, CA 90069   Harry Nilsson was listed as the CEO and Cindy Sims as the agent.  
Harry Nilsson person Harry Edward Nilsson III was born on June 15, 1941, in Brooklyn, New York , to Bette and Harry Nilsson .   In a 1968 interview, Harry stated that his full name is "Harry Edward Christopher Nilsson." Noting that he was born on Father's Day , Nilsson ...
Duit On Mon Dei article photo 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 ...
Diane Nilsson person photo Diane Nilsson was Harry Nilsson's second wife.   Diane Clatworthy was born on June 20, 1947 in Los Angeles, California , to Allen Sinclair Clatworthy and Leola Maxine Snow.   Bob Segarini introduced Diane to Harry in 1967. Diane was the secretary ...
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Turtles person The Turtles was one of the first groups to record songs written by Harry Nilsson . Harry's "Battle Of The Bands " appears on the Turtles's album of the same name. The 1968 album also contains Harry's "The Story Of Rock And Roll ."   On multiple occasions, from 1974 to 1992, Harry appeared as a ...
Shell Shocked: My Life with the Turtles, Flo and Eddie, and Frank Zappa, etc. book Howard Kaylan's memoir of his days in Turtles and Flo and Eddie includes many stories involving Harry Nilsson . He describes how Chip Douglas asked Harry to back Turtles for the recording of Nilsson's "The Story Of Rock And Roll ."   Harry played ...
Flash Harry [1980] album Flash Harry was not initially released in the US. The album begins with Eric Idle singing "Harry " and ends with Harry Nilsson performing Idle's "Bright Side of Life ."
Bright Side of Life music_note "Bright Side of Life" by Harry Nilsson  
Eugene Kupper person Architect Eugene Kupper designed Harry Nilsson's Bel Air home. The five-bedroom, seven-bath home at 10549 Rocca Place featured both canyon and ocean views.   Eugene Kupper (October 10, 1979) Part 1 of ...
The Story Behind the Photo of Anne Murray and the Hollywood Vampires photo On November 21, 1973, Richard Creamer took this famous photo of John Lennon , Anne Murray , Harry Nilsson , Alice Cooper , and Mickey Dolenz at the Troubadour . It is a part of the Michael Ochs Archives . [1]   In 1973, in an attempt to subvert ...
Put de Satan in de Coconut: Tales from Harry Nilsson's Tomb book Put de Satan in de Coconut: Tales from Harry Nilsson's Tomb is a novel by Craig Hellekson .   Legendary singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson died in 1994. That sucked. He was damn good. Did you know that he wrote such classics as, "Jump into The Fire ," ...
Nilsson! theater_comedy From February 15 to April 1, 1998, the Muziektheater in Amsterdam, Holland , presented "Nilsson! " a play based on the life and music of Harry Nilsson .   "Nilsson!" is based on a concept by Bill van Dijk . Developed under the working title of "Late Last ...
Tonight Show videocam Harry Nilsson wrote "Tonight Song " as a possible new theme for the Tonight Show when Jay Leno became the host.   On the June 15, 1998, episode of The Tonight Show Ringo Starr was Jay Leno's first guest.   My (soon to be) wife and I visited Los ...
Waiting music_note "Waiting " is from the movie Jenny starring Marlo Thomas and Alan Alda .
7708 Woodrow Wilson Drive place photo Before he moved to his custom built home in Bel Air , Harry Nilsson lived at 7708 Woodrow Wilson Dr in Los Angeles, California , in the Hollywood Hills West area. The six-bedroom home was originally built in 1951.   Built for Natalie Wood by her parents ...
San Francisco Studios place photo A touch of Harry Nilsson's humor was captured in concrete in San Francisco, California . The "Walk of Fame" was located on Seventh St. between Folsom and Harrison in front of what was, at the time, the home of San Francisco Studios . In addition to Nilsson, ...
23960 Long Valley Rd place photo As his family outgrew the custom-built Nilsson House in Bel Air , Harry Nilsson moved them to a five-bedroom home at 23960 Long Valley Rd in Hidden Hills, California .     External Links Google Maps
One music_note "One " was a hit for Three Dog Night . Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night names "One " as his favorite of the group's recordings.   Harry Nilsson said that he was inspired to create the song when he heard a busy signal on the telephone.   "Donkey" ( Eddie Murphy ) sings a line from "One" ...
Aerial Pandemonium Ballet photo campaign To capitalize on the success of "Everybody's Talkin' " which became a big hit after it appeared in Midnight Cowboy , Harry Nilsson remixed selected tracks from his first two RCA albums, Pandemonium Shadow Show and Aerial Ballet and released them ...
You Can't Take Your Love (Away From Me) music_note "You Can't Take Your Love (Away From Me)" by Harry Nilsson  
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Never Say Goodbye music_note "Never Say Goodbye" by Harry Nilsson  
Never My Love: The Lost Album Sessions [2001] album This previously unreleased album by the Addrisi Brothers features backing vocals by Harry Nilsson and Van Dyke Parks .   In a 2002 interview, Richard Addrisi was asked how the "lost tapes" had been found.   I kept on looking at this box with tape I ...
Samantha Juste person British model, Samantha Juste, married Mickey Dolenz in 1968.   Interviewed in 2011 for Alyn Shipton's Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter , Una Nilsson recalled that Harry Nilsson was so nervous as he prepared to fly to Ireland in late 1973 to ask her father for his daughter's ...
Me Myself And I music_note "Me Myself And I " is the title track to the film Me, Myself and I starring JoBeth Williams and George Segal .   "Me Myself and I" by Harry Nilsson   I've never ...
Doug Hoefer person Doug Hoefer's mother Cissy Hoefer was the sister of Harry Nilsson's mother, Bette Nilsson .  
Gotta Get Up music_note In his book, , Jimmy Webb says that Harry Nilsson asked permission from Webb to use the phrase "Up, Up, and Away " in Nilsson's "Gotta Get Up ."   "Gotta Get Up" 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
Bigger Man music_note Zak Nilsson wrote "Bigger Man" as a tribute to his father, Harry Nilsson .   "Bigger Man" by Zak Nilsson  
Why We Were in Wyoming in the Hardware Store that Day article This short story by Harry Nilsson was originally published in Fishwrap , Number 2, June 1983.   "WHY WE WERE IN WYOMING IN THE HARDWARE STORE THAT DAY" By Harry Nilsson   Two days after Valentine's Day at 11 AM, we decided to catch the only ...
Harry Strikes a Pose for Shelly Fuller photo I was in awe of Harry at the L.A. Beatlefest in 1981 - but not so much that I couldn't ask him to autograph my cardboard stand-up of Ringo from Stop and Smell the Roses . He even obliged when I asked him if I could take a picture of him with a rose ...
Tante Ko En Ome Koen music_note Tante Ko En Ome Koen ("Aunt Ko and Uncle Koen") is a song in Dutch using the tune from "Nobody Cares About the Railroads Anymore ."   "Tante Ko En Ome Koen" by Don Quishocking ...
The Puppy Song {Martine Bijl} music_note Martine Bijl adapted Harry Nilsson's "The Puppy Song " into Dutch.   "The Puppy Song" by Martine Bijl    
Clarkson's Farm {Harvesting} videocam The eight episode of the first season of the Amazon Prime TV series, Clarkson's Farm , makes reference to the film Goodfellas using Harry Nilsson's "Jump into the Fire ."
Bravemouth: Living with Billy Connolly book In Bravemouth: Living with Billy Connolly , Pamela Stephenson quotes her husband, actor and comedian Billy Connolly , as he describes his encounter with Harry Nilsson in Malta while Popeye was being filmed. "We were both legless that afternoon. For a ...
Just One book William Roble's autobiographical book describes his mother's reaction to his playing a Harry Nilsson album with "a slight amount of profanity." The nine-year-old was amused by his mother's reaction until he was chased from the house with "a fork sailing past ...
Yellowbeard: High Jinks on the High Seas! book Graham Chapman describes the filming of Yellowbeard . Originally Harry Nilsson and Chapman thought that Nilsson would do the music for the film. Harry and his family travelled to the filming location in Mexico. Producer Carter DeHaven met Nilsson on location and told Harry "we need a ...
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.   "Starry-Eyed Surprise" by Paul ...
Paul Oakenfold person 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.   "<a href="https://nil ...
Harry Nilsson in the Netherlands article This 1997 article is based on one of Sue Schnelzer's contributions to the Everybody's Talkin' newsletter.   By Sue Schnelzer   "If only I could find a place where smiling strangers knew our faces; I would take you there. A place with constant melody, where you and I could wander ...
Letter to Zak Nilsson from Paul McCartney circle On February 16, 2019, Zak Nilsson posted the following to Facebook [1]   I got this letter from Paul McCartney the other day. He heard I had cancer and sent me this note. I was very touched that Harry’s friendship meant this much to Paul.   2 ...
Zak Nilsson person Born on January 17, 1971, Zak Nine Nilsson was the son of Harry Nilsson and his second wife, Diane Nilsson .   My dad was a very intelligent man, and he could out think, out drink and out drug almost anyone. But he also had the soul of a poor boy from ...
Interview with Zak Nilsson article Roger Smith interviewed Zak Nilsson for this article which was originally published in the July, 1996, issue of Everybody's Talkin' .   ET caught up with Zak Nilsson somewhere in Cyberspace where this interview was conducted over a period of a few weeks. Many of the questions were ...
One: The Best Of Nilsson [2007] album This compilation CD was the first Harry Nilsson album to include Harry's recording of "Isolation ."     External Links Neil Watson's "Harry and Me" (Includes the story of Neil's contribution to this album)
Stop and Smell the Roses {CD} [1994] album Harry Nilsson produced and sang backing vocals for Back Off Boogaloo , Drumming is My Madness , and Stop and Take the Time to Smell the Roses on Ringo Starr's Stop and Smell the Roses album.   The CD reissue of this album includes some anti-gun ...
Covering Harry article This article originally appeared in Everybody's Talkin' (Number 15) published in 1998.   by Chris Hahn   Bring up the subject of Harry Nilsson's singing and you'll get little argument. In his early years, Nilsson had one of the sweetest, purest voices ever to engage a ...
Baby It's Over music_note Baby It's Over was recorded by Debbie Burton .
Sleep Late, My Lady Friend music_note Harry Nilsson's "Sleep Late, My Lady Friend" includes the line "And dream a dream of Cielito Lindo." "Cielito Lindo" means "Beautiful Sky" and that's probably the reference Nilsson intended. "Cielito Lindo" is also the name of a Mexican folk song (with its familiar chorus of "Ay, ay, ay, ay").
This Could Be the Night (performed by Modern Folk Quartet) music_note "We went into the studio and cut a song called This Could Be the Night , a Harry Nilsson tune, and it had the whole Spector 'wall of sound.' Part of the sound was to have lots of guitars, lots of drums, lots of bass - not just one of everything. So anyway, we recorded this song, and Brian ...
Without You (performed by Lana Cantrell) music_note Lana Cantrell recorded Harry Nilsson's "Without Her ," changing the words "without her" to "without you."   "Without You" ("Without Her") by Lana Cantrell  
When Harry Met E. J. article This article originally appeared in Everybody's Talkin' .   By E. J. Gold   My stepfather worked in the late fifties and early sixties as the marketing director at Capitol Records until he was put out to pasture on an empty desk when EMI Britain ...
Hidden Hills, California place Harry Nilsson and his family lived for a short time (approximately 1989 through 1991) in Hidden Hills, California . The Nilsson's Hidden Hills home, at 23960 Long Valley Rd [1] , had seven bedrooms and 6,000 square feet. It was built in the 1950s on about ...
Jughead {#108} book In issue #108 of the Jughead comics author Craig Boldman paid tribute to Harry Nilsson and to the fans of Harry's (who call themselves "Harryheads ").   In the story, Jughead Jones tells a bizarre bedtime story loosely based on The Point! and ...
Moonbeam Show event_note E. J. Gold collaborated with Harry Nilsson to create "The Moonbeam Show," a collection of ceramics, jewelry, and other artwork inspired by Nilsson's songs.   The Moonbeam Show opened in 1992 at Gallery Troov in Brooklyn, New York . In 1994, the collection was shown in New Paltz, New ...
Harry & Me Available for Pre-Order announcement Neil Watson's new book, Harry & Me is a collection of more than 200 memories of Harry Nilsson collected from fans and musicians. In addition to soliciting stories from Harry's fans, Neil interview many people who knew and worked with Nilsson. And, ...
The Door Into Summer music_note Recorded: May 29, 1967 and August 23, 1967   Chip Douglas has stated that the Monkees's "The Door Into Summer " was actually written solely by Bill Martin . [1]   The title of the song is a reference to the Robert Heinlein novel of the same name. [2]   The title was based on the ...
Cindy Sims person Cindy Sims was Harry Nilsson's business manager and a co-founder of Hawkeye Entertainment .   In 1991 Harry and his family had just moved to a new home in Hidden Hills, California , and had placed their Bel Air home on the market when they discovered that Sims had been embezzling their ...
Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology {CD} [1995] album Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology is a collection of Harry's best. Produced with the help of Nilsson and his wife Una Nilsson , the album contains 21 tracks spread across two CDs. Included is a nice booklet with a biography and photographs.   ...
Coconut {Alice Cooper} {Alice Cooper} music_note Alice Cooper , Harry Nilsson , Keith Moon , Marc Bolan , and the original Alice Cooper Band recorded a version of "Coconut " which has never been released.   Well, we had already done School's Out , which was, it was a number one album in England, and so we decided to record Billion ...
The Boy Who Always Said No article THE BOY WHO ALWAYS SAID NO by HARRY NILSSON   Harry Nilsson , the singer and songwriter best known for The Point! and the sound track to Midnight Cowboy , had a childhood dream: to write for Galaxy Magazine . While Harry and his family ...
E. J. Gold person In 1967, Eugene Jeffrey ("Jeff") Gold was Harry's official photographer. E.J. (as "Jeff Gold ") took the photographs intended for the cover of Harry Nilsson's first RCA album when the album was to be called Something Wicked This Way Comes . Some of the ...
Are You Sleeping? (performed by E. J. Gold) music_note "Are You Sleeping? " is one of the songs that E. J. Gold included on his 1994 Harry Nilsson tribute album, Children of the Night .  
Children of the Night [1994] album Children of the Night is an album released by E. J. Gold in 1994. The tribute album contains Gold's unique interpretations of twenty of Harry Nilsson's songs.   The album features impressions of many celebrities including Dr. John , Jean Stapleton , ...
While the Cat is Away album According to an article in the November, 1971, issue of Playboy magazine, Harry Nilsson , had just released an album called While the Cat is Away . [1]   As for Nilsson's future: It may include more scores and albums (his latest, While the Cat ls Away ...
Russian Doll videocam Russian Doll premiered on Netflix on February 1, 2019. In the show, Nadia Vulvokov, a game developer, dies repeatedly and relives the same night in an ongoing time loop. Harry Nilsson's "Gotta Get Up " is used throughout the series to indicate that ...
Marchin' Down Broadway music_note Marchin' Down Broadway is based on a song's mother, Bette Nilsson wrote.
Little Cowboy music_note Harry Nilsson based Little Cowboy on a song his mother, Bette Nilsson , wrote and sang to him.
All-Starr Band person On September 4, 1992, Harry Nilsson joined Ringo Starr and his "All-Starr Band" on stage at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada . Harry and the band (which included Ringo, Joe Walsh , Timothy B. Schmit , Dave Edmunds , Todd Rundgren , Nils Lofgren , Burton Cummings , Tim Capello , ...
Time Takes Time {LP} [1992] album "...the drummer's most consistent, wide-awake album since RINGO from 1973...stands as heartening proof that Mr. Starkey has something to offer at fifty-two... " -- Rolling Stone
Zapata theater_comedy On September 17, 1980, Zapata, a stage play written by Harry Nilsson and Perry Botkin , opened at the Goodspeed Opera House in Chester, Connecticut , but failed to move on to Broadway.   The Goodspeed Theater Harry and Ringo Starr attended the ...
Harry Nilsson Internet Resources list This is a list of some of the internet resources available to fans of Harry Nilsson .   Title Type HarryNilsson.com - The Official Harry Nilsson Website Website NilssonSchmilsson.com - A Little Touch of Schmilsson on the Net ...
Harry Nilsson Birthday Bash 2021 event_note On June 15, 2021, a YouTube event was held to celebrate Harry Nilsson's 80th birthday and to pay respects to his son, Zak .   Harry Nilsson Birthday Bash 2021   Benediction ...
Access All Areas videocam Harry Nilsson appears (as himself) in this short (27-minute) film directed by Jenny Sullivan . Sullivan created the film for the Directing Workshop for Women at the American Film Institute . Nilsson also received a "music" credit in the film.   ACCESS ALL AREAS is a half-hour drama ...
Joseph Schermie person Joseph Schermie played bass for Three Dog Night including on their hit version of Harry Nilsson's "One ."    
Richard L. Wynne person Richard Wynne is a lawyer who handled Harry Nilsson's bankruptcy for the law firm of Levene & Eisenberg .
Bennett L. Spiegel person Bennett L. Spiegel was one of the lawyers who handled Harry Nilsson's bankruptcy for the law firm of Levene & Eisenberg .
Kirkland & Ellis' Restructuring, Insolvency, Workout & Bankruptcy Group business Kirkland & Ellis' Restructuring, Insolvency, Workout & Bankruptcy Group represented Harry Nilsson during his bankruptcy proceedings "as debtor-in-possession. Confirmed plan of reorganization providing for 100% payment to creditors."
500 Santas videocam In late 1990 and early 1991, Harry Nilsson sent proposals to TV network executives outlining a movie idea of his called 500 Santas .   According to Alyn Shipton in Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter , in Harry's script ...   [..] Two homeless men contrive to receive lavish ...
Road to Australia videocam Ringo and Harry Nilsson will revive the old Hope / Crosby road-film genre in Road to Australia , with Ringo's wife, Barbara Bach , playing the Dorothy Lamour role, -- Playboy, February 1985 [1]   No such film was ever produced.   ...
AFRTS Basic Musical Library {P-11454} [1969] album This Armed Forces Radio and Television Service album features seven songs from Harry Nilsson's Harry album on one side. The other side consists of six tracks from Townes Van Zandt's album Our Mother The Mountain .
Campo de Encino music_note Jimmy Webb dedicated his song "Campo de Encino " to Harry Nilsson "who always said my songs were too serious."[1] Nilsson's recording of the song went unreleased until it appeared as a bonus track for the 2006 CD reissue of Son of Schmilsson . [1] ...
Son of Schmilsson {2006 US Reissue} [2006] album This reissue of Harry Nilsson's Son of Schmilsson album features several bonus tracks including Nilsson's previously unreleased recording of Jimmy Webb's "Campo De Encino ."
Everybody's Talkin' {Australian CD} [1994] album Includes full length version of "Jump Into The Fire ."
Songwriter [1992] album A budget greatest hits CD with only eight songs (about 20 minutes total).
Greatest Hits [1978] album Harry Nilsson was angered by RCA's release of this album which features a look-a-like on the front cover.   Look at this. This is RCA for you. That's not me. Now, do you think RCA has got any fucking soul whatsoever, when they do shit like this? I begged ...
Skidoo videocam In Skidoo , an ex-gangster is called out of retirement by a mob kingpin to carry out a hit on a fellow mobster.   As well as making a cameo appearance in the movie, Harry Nilsson composed the songs and score for Skidoo . Nilsson actually sang the closing ...
Time Magazine book Harry Nilsson was pictured on the cover of the February 12, 1973, issue of Time Magazine.   The Time Magazine cover was one of the very few pieces of music memorabilia Harry openly displayed in his home. [1]   Harry's son Zak was quoted in the letters ...
Auntie's Municipal Court music_note Recorded January 6, 15, 16, 1968.
Nilsson music_note The "alt-country" album Crow by Susannah Weaver (aka Little Sue ) includes a song called "Nilsson " which is a homage to Harry Nilsson . The album was released in March of 1999 by Cravedog Records .  
Harry and the Hendersons videocam According to screenwriter Bill Martin , "Harry" - the friendly "bigfoot" creature in the film Harry and the Hendersons - is named after Harry Nilsson . The film makers modeled the look of the creature after Bill Martin.    
The Rainmaker article chat_bubble_outline This article originally appeared in Everybody's Talkin' #16, March 2001.   By Gary F. Brown   I was doing work for various fanzines in the late 1960s and early 1970s, mostly to work on my writing skills. Ed Romeo , who published a comic book/science fiction/art fanzine called Realm ...
The Presence of Christmas article This article originally appeared in Everybody's Talkin' #16, March 2001.   By Doug Hoefer   Doug Hoefer, Harry Nilsson’s cousin, confidant, side-man, and friend produced The Presence of Christmas . This seasonal favorite proved to be the last Harry Nilsson album released before ...
The Presence of Christmas {Dove CD} [1988] album "A heartwarming anthology of stories, poems, and songs of the holiday season" narrated by Bruce Heighley . The songs are performed by Harry Nilsson . This collection was produced by Harry's cousin, Doug Hoefer , for Harry's Hawkeye Entertainment .   ...
Ray Connolly person Producer David Puttnam was impressed by Harry Nilsson's song "1941 " and asked writer Ray Connolly to create a screenplay based on it. [1]   [1] Enigma: David Puttnam, the story so far , Andrew Yule . Sphere (1989)
Enigma: David Puttnam, the story so far book Enigma is Andrew Yule's biography of film producer David Puttnam .   The book decribes how David Puttnam was impressed by Harry Nilsson's song "1941 ." Puttnam asked writer Ray Connolly to create a screenplay based on it which resulted in the film That'll Be the Day .
That'll Be the Day videocam Directed by Claude Whatham with a screenplay by Ray Connolly , the 1973 film That'll Be the Day is loosely based on Harry Nilsson's song "1941 ."   One day in the early-Seventies I had a huge stroke of beginners’ luck. Going over to a friend’s house ...
A Star Is Bought [1975] album Harry Nilsson appears as "Lassie " in "Party from Outer Space " on Albert Brooks's Grammy -nominated comedy album.    
Remember (Christmas) music_note If you listen closely you can hear the jingle of sleigh bells in Harry Nilsson's "Remember (Christmas) ".
Baa Baa Blacksheep / Baa Baa Blacksheep {Lola} [1963] library_music The B-side is an instrumental version of the song.
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The Flying Saucer Song music_note Many people think they recognize one of the main voices in Harry Nilsson's "The Flying Saucer Song " as Joe Cocker . But, the main voices are all Nilsson using three distinct voice inflections. The gruff background vocals, however, are provided by Joe Cocker , whose coarse delivery is similar ...
John Sharples' Answering Machine Message circle When John Sharples included a bit of Harry Nilsson's "The Flying Saucer Song " on his answering machine's outgoing message, he never expected that Harry Nilsson would hear it.   My band, Circle Sky , had been signed to a development deal with RCA Records , and we were hoping to entice them ...
The Thing About Harry radio In 1997, BBC radio aired a two-part show about Harry Nilsson and his music called "The Thing About Harry ."   The Thing About Harry
Ziggy's Gift videocam Ziggy , from Tom Wilson's comic strip, has a Christmas adventure in the Emmy -winning TV special, Ziggy's Gift . When he becomes a streetside Santa for charity, Ziggy doesn't realize the donations are really lining the boss's pockets.   Harry Nilsson wrote and sang the song "Give, Love, ...
Monty Python person Harry Nilsson was friends with members of Monty Python.   George Harrison was a great pal of mine, and one night he came and asked if he could do the "Lumberjack Song " and we said, "Yeah, of course." So he came on stage at City Center , and he did the "Lumberjack Song" as a Mountie, and ...
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life: A Sortabiography book Eric Idle's memoir is filled with anecdotes of the former Python's encounters with celebrities including a few run-ins with Harry Nilsson .   In the book, Idle describes singing "Volare " with Harry, Ringo Starr , and George Harrison at the exclusive ...
Harry & Me book Harry & Me is a non-fiction book by Neil Watson and David Roberts featuring stories contributed by fans of Harry Nilsson and remembrances from people who knew and worked with Harry,   You can order the book direct from the publisher at:   ...
Harry Nilsson's Funeral event_note The funeral was beautiful.  Mark Hudson and Jimmy Webb  were among the speakers. Others in attendance, besides  Harry's wife of over 20 years (Una) and his seven children (the youngest of which, Oscar, is only two), were George Harrison , ...
Jimmy Webb person Harry was a singer from another parallel universe where they grow singers. There was no one like him. I may be a little biased, but the only two people I can think of right off-hand, who were around when he was singing, who could touch him, were Paul McCartney and Glen [Campbell] -- and Glen ...
Jim Keltner person Jim Keltner was a special guest at Harryfest 2000 in Los Angeles, California .   James Lee "Jim" Keltner was born on April 27, 1942 in Tulsa, Oklahoma , but has spent most of his life in California.   Keltner worked with jazz musicians in John Handy's band before his first rock session ...
Isolation music_note Harry Nilsson's recording of John Lennon's song "Isolation " was released as a bonus track on the CD re-release of Aerial Pandemonium Ballet .   "<a href="https://nilssonschmilsso ...
Neil Watson person Neil Watson is the co-author of Harry & Me .   Before his debut novel, Muddy Water and its follow-up Florida Key , Neil Watson had previously written about motor homes and boats and his epic solo bike-ride across the USA. He has worked in marketing, magazine publishing and even ...
Jughead campaign Forsythe Pendleton "Jughead" Jones III is a character introduced in the Archie comic strip.   Craig Boldman , a fan of Harry Nilsson , has inserted some references to the singer into scripts he has written for Jughead.  
Jughead Schmughead - Jughead Pays Tribute to Harry Nilsson's Fans photo In issue #108 of the Jughead comics author Craig Boldman paid tribute to Harry Nilsson's fans (who sometimes call themselves "Harryheads").  
Richard Perry person Richard Perry has produced at least fifteen gold records including Harry Nilsson's best-selling album, Nilsson Schmilsson .   Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York , Perry contracted polio when he was twelve. Overcoming the disease, he became a ...
Cloud Nine: Memoirs of a Record Producer book In this autobiography, Richard Perry talks of his life's triumphs and its adversities. Overcoming polio, he became a successful high jumper on his high school track and field team. After graduating from the University of Michigan with a degree in music and ...
Nilsson Schmilsson {Stereophonic LP} [1971] album A poster was included with the album.  
Richard Perry's Autobiography Published announcement Richard Perry's memoir, Cloud Nine: Memoirs of a Record Producer , is now available from booksellers. The famed producer tells his life story and chronicles his work on Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Schmilsson and many other hit records,   The 386 page ...
ABC Movie of the Week videocam ABC's "Movie of the Week" was a weekly series featuring original 90-minute movies produced especially for television. It first aired in 1969.   Harry Nilsson's The Point! originally aired as an ABC Movie of the Week.
Punch-Drunk Love videocam Adam Sandler plays "Barry Egan," a small business owner with seven sisters whose abuse has kept him alone and unable to fall in love. When a mysterious woman (played by Emily Watson ) enters his life, his romantic journey begins.   Shelley Duvall's performance of Harry Nilsson's "He Needs ...
Is Tiny Dancer Really Elton's Little John?: Music's Most Enduring Mysteries, Myths, and Rumors Revealed book Gavin Edwards explores some of "music’s most enduring mysteries" in Is Tiny Dancer Really Elton's Little John? . Harry Nilsson appears in the discussion of Mama Cass and Keith Moon's deaths (in the London apartment owned by Harry).
Nilsson! photo From February 15 to April 1, 1998, the Muziektheater in Amsterdam, Holland , presented "Nilsson! " a play based on the life and music of Harry Nilsson .
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 Aerial ...
Theme Time Radio Hour radio Theme Time Radio Hour is a weekly, one-hour show hosted by Bob Dylan that originally aired from May 2006 to April 2009 on Sirius and XM satellite radio.   Songs by Harry Nilsson are played in several of the episodes.   "New York" is the theme of episode 48. It includes Harry's "I Guess ...
Songwriters on Songwriting: The Expanded Version book This book consists of interviews with many songwriters including Van Dyke Parks , Randy Newman and Harry Nilsson .   Paul Zollo recalls going out for a grand lunch with Harry Nilsson , then driving around in the hills with him listening to tapes of he ...
Me And My Arrow {93FM Commercial} music_note Harry Nilsson recorded a special version of "Me And My Arrow " for Arrow 93FM in Los Angeles, California .   Early on after the launch of Arrow 93FM (September 10, 1993), I received a telephone call from a gentleman who said he represented Harry and he wanted us to know that Harry was ...
Harry's Grave Site photo Harry Nilsson died on January 15, 1994. Harry's grave site is in the Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park in Westlake Village, California .   A few notes from Harry's "Remember (Christmas) " adorn the marker.    
Don't Forget Me (performed by Marianne Faithfull) music_note During her tour to promote her album Twentieth Century Blues , Marianne Faithfull performed Harry Nilsson's "Don't Forget Me ."   Before singing the song, Faithfull told a tall tale. She said that Harry died having root canal work after his "teeth fucked up, which is the first thing that ...
Harry and The Bear photo Inside the gatefold cover of Harry Nilsson's Harry album are some photographs of Harry with a bear. Harry's friend Bill Martin donned the bear suit for the photo session.   Interviewed by John Scheinfeld for the Nilsson documentary , Bill Martin ...
Harry Nilsson at Beatlefest photo From 1982 to 1992 Harry Nilsson attended most of the Beatlefest conventions, selling kisses to raise money for the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence and sometimes joining the band on-stage.   Harry Nilsson was in the room when Mark Lapidos pitched the ...
Ringo, Zak, and Harry photo Ringo Starr , Zak Nilsson , and Harry Nilsson posed for this photo around 1992, probably during Ringo's Time Takes Time recording sessions.
Early Promotional Photo photo Harry Nilsson strikes a pensive pose in this early RCA promotional photograph.  
Nilsson House Windmill photo In 1977, Harry Nilsson moved into his custom-designed house in Bel Air . Behind the Nilsson House stood a wooden windmill.   In the photo, which was probably taken around 1999 when the house was listed for sale, the windmill appears to be in a state of ...
Skidoo photo Harry Nilsson wrote music for the film Skidoo and makes a short appearance in the film.   The film premiered in Miami Beach, Florida , on December 19, 1968.   Invited to the premier were Harry's father and his father's wife, Lois. The couple had ...
Kenny Everett person During an appearance on Kenny Everett's radio show, Harry Nilsson denied being the singer of the song "I Want My Baby Back ."[1]   An episode of Everett's BBC Radio 1 show featured Harry Nilsson singing the words to his song "Mournin' Glory Story " over a looped background track taken ...
Testimony of Harry Nilsson before the United States House of Representatives article On February 24, 1988, Harry Nilsson testified before the Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary of the United States House of Representatives . Harry appeared in his capacity as an Executive Committee Member of the National Coalition to ...
Lay Down Your Arms (performed by Ringo Starr and Stevie Nicks) music_note It came about because Harry was my dear friend and he was really preparing himself for an album, always writing songs. He gave me this song, "Lay Down Your Arms ," four or five years ago. And I always thought I wanted to do this song one day if he doesn't do it on an album. So when they came ...
The Monkees {Mijacogeo} videocam Harry Nilsson played keyboards for the song "Zor and Zam ."  
Missing Links Volume Three [1996] album Harry Nilsson plays keyboard on the song "Zor and Zam ."  
Zor and Zam {TV Version} music_note Harry Nilsson played keyboards for The Monkee's recording of "Zor and Zam ."   The song was the last Monkees's song in the final first-run broadcast episode of "The Monkees TV series." The title of the episode in which it was heard, "Mijacogeo ," is an amalgam of the names of Micky Dolenz's ...
Zor and Zam {Studio Version} music_note Recorded January 7, 13, 18 and February 14, 17, 1968.   Harry Nilsson played keyboard on the Monkees's recording of "Zor and Zam ."  
Boston Fireworks {July 4, 1998} event_note Harry Nilsson's performance of "Without You " was one of the recorded music selections used for the July 4, 1998, fireworks display on the Esplanade in Boston following the Boston Pops concert.    
Jughead {#105} book Author Craig Boldman slipped a reference to Harry Nilsson into his script for the Jughead comic #105 published in June of 1998.   Later, in issue #108 , he would produce a much more substantial homage to Harry (and Harry's fans).
Practical Magic videocam Harry Nilsson's recording of "Coconut " is heard in the film Practical Magic .  
Reservoir Dogs videocam Harry Nilsson's "Coconut " is heard during the closing credits of the film Reservoir Dogs .  
Dick videocam Harry Nilsson's "Coconut " is heard in the 1999 comedy Dick .  
All That Jazz videocam Harry Nilsson's "Perfect Day " is heard in All That Jazz .
Paul McCartney person In an interview, Paul McCartney described his visit to Los Angeles, California , to see John Lennon during the singer's "Lost Weekend " in 1974. "So I went out there and he was doing Pussy Cats with Nilsson and Keith Moon and Jesse Ed Davis , to name just three total nutters. Three ...
Phil Spector person Harry Nilsson first met famed music producer Phil Spector at Perry Botkin's office in late 1964. "Phil was walking down the hallway and he heard my demo and he said, 'Who's that?' Turns out that Perry Botkin used to publish Phil when Phil was a teenager, and he said, 'That's Harry Nilsson .' ...
Harryquins person event_note Each year The Harlequins , an experimental, psychedelic rock trio from Cincinnati celebrate Halloween each year by adopting the persona of another group or performer. For the special, live event they’ve become The Beatles , Ziggy Stardust , and Velvet Underground . In 2018, The Harlequins ...
Loser's Lounge person Loser's Lounge is a New York, New York group which presents tribute concerts in local clubs.   On February 16-17, 1996, Loser's Lounge first paid tribute to Harry Nilsson with a concert featuring Nilsson's songs.   April 4-7 and 12-14, 2001, Loser's ...
Me, Myself and I videocam Harry Nilsson wrote and sang Me Myself And I which plays during the opening credits of Me, Myself and I .  
Shanghai Knights videocam Harry Nilsson's recording of "One " plays during a scene in which Owen Wilson's character "Roy O'Bannon" is separated from Jackie Chan's "Chon Wang."  
Algonquin Hotel place During a March, 1994, appearance at the Algonquin Hotel, Brian Wilson had a problem remembering his own songs, but reacted enthusiastically to a request to perform Harry Nilsson's "This Could Be The Night ."  
Skeeter person "Skeeter" was Harry Nilsson's childhood nickname. [1] [1] Source: Harry Nilsson's draft autobiography (referenced in Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter )
Nilsson House business Harry Nilsson often credited "Nilsson House" as the producer of songs he produced.
Africa place Harry Nilsson wrote most of the songs for Son of Schmilsson while in Africa.   Songs come differently each time, each album is unique. In Africa, the year before last, I wrote the Schmilsson album in a month and a half. I was never that prolific before ...
Bo Pete person Harry Nilsson used the pseudonym "Bo Pete" when he recorded "Baa Baa Blacksheep ."
Salmon's Syndrome theater_comedy Salmon's Syndrome is a play by George W. Fleischer based on the music of Harry Nilsson .
LaBrea Inn place Harry Nilsson first met Derek Taylor at the Labrea Inn in Los Angeles, California .
Crossroads Films business Crossroads Films produced the "Coke, You Nut " TV commercial featuring Harry Nilsson's "Coconut ."
George Harrysong person George Harrison is credited as George Harrysong on Harry Nilsson's Son of Schmilsson album.
Sebastian Stores person Sebastian Stores introduced Harry Nilsson to RCA producer Rick Jarrard which lead to Nilsson's being signed by RCA.   I was sitting in a coffee shop with a one-time collaborator, Sebastian Stores, and he said 'Hey, they've got a new A&R guy at RCA, Rick Jarrard. And he's under 50. Why ...
Justin Wade person Justin Wade played a research scientist in the "Coke, You Nut " TV commercial based on Harry Nilsson's song "Coconut ."
Liz Rhodes person Liz Rhodes, a BBC Radio Leeds presenter, named Harry Nilsson's "I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City " as her favorite song.
John Randolph Marr person Harry Nilsson produced John Randolph Marr's self-titled 1969 album John Randolph Marr .
Melody Maker book Melody Maker named Harry Nilsson's recording of "Without You " as the "Record of the Year " for 1972.
Poppa Joe music_note "Poppa Joe" is a song performed by Sweet . The song was released on an Italian single along with Harry Nilsson's recording of "Without You ."
R. B. Marich, Inc. business R. B. Marich, Inc. was the underwriter for the initial public offering of stock in Harry Nilsson's company Hawkeye Entertainment .
John Ponyman person John Ponyman lip-synchs to Harry Nilsson's performance of "Ain't It Kinda Wonderful " in the film The World's Greatest Lover .
Rock And Roll album Harry Nilsson participated in the first recording sessions for John Lennon's Rock And Roll album.  
Blackalicious person Blackalicious included a sample of Harry Nilsson's "Me and My Arrow " in their song "Blazing Arrow ."
Harry Neilson person On Harry Nilsson's single Wig Job/Donna I Understand , the songwriter of "Donna I Understand " is listed as "Harry Neilson."
Charlie LaVere person Before recording A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night , Harry Nilsson rehearsed with Gordon Jenkins's pianist, Charlie LaVere.
Postcard album Harry Nilsson wrote "The Puppy Song " for Mary Hopkin who recorded it for her first album, Postcard .  
Tony Richland person Stephen Anthony Richland ("Tony") was an independent record promoter who lent his name to John Lennon's favorite of Harry Nilsson's songs: "Mr. Richland's Favorite Song ."  
Foto-Fi person Harry Nilsson is credited as "Foto-Fi" on the "Stand Up and Holler " single. "Foto-Fi" is also the name of the label on which the single was released.
Without Her (performed by Neil MacArthur) music_note Colin Blunstone of The Zombies released a cover of Harry Nilsson's "Without Her " under the pseudonym Neil MacArthur .
Neil MacArthur person Colin Blunstone of The Zombies released a cover of Harry Nilsson's "Without Her " under the pseudonym Neil MacArthur.
Bob Segarini person As Joseph Segarini, Bob Segarini co-wrote and recorded "Miss Butter's Lament ." Harry Nilsson's version of the song remained unreleased until it appeared on the Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology album.   A member of the band Family Tree , ...
Patty Faralla person Patricia ("Patty") Marguerite Faralla (also "Maggie") introduced Harry Nilsson to Derek Taylor . A friend and fan of Harry's, at that time she was working for Paul Cooper at A&M . She also introduced Nilsson to Bob Segarini .   Faralla worked for Elektra , RCA , and A&M as a ...
Nilsson music_note Guitarist James Kirk's You Can Make It If You Boogie album contains a song called "Nilsson" - a tribute to Harry Nilsson .   "<a href="https://nilssonschmilsson.com/nilsson-21060 ...
The Sunset Tower Hotel place The Sunset Tower Hotel currently occupies the former Sunset Tower building which was home to the St. James Club - one of Harry Nilsson's favorite hangouts.
Mike McBride person John Lennon invited Eric Carmen and Mike McBride of the Raspberries to provide hand claps for Harry Nilsson's recording of "Loop de Loop ."
Nilssonny and Cher person Harry Nilsson recorded a duet of "A Love Like Yours " with Cher .   "I called us 'Nilssonny and Cher'" -- Harry
Tower Records business Tower Records, a Capitol Records label, picked up Harry Nilsson's contract from Mercury in 1964. The Spotlight on Nilsson was released by Tower.
Days of Our Lives videocam Starting in the mid-1980s, the TV soap opera "Days of Our Lives" has used Harry Nilsson's recording of "Always " as "the song" for the show's characters Tom and Alice Horton.  
Buck Earl person Buck Earl's only hit recording - his version of Harry Nilsson's song "Joy " - was released as a single by RCA in 1972.
Buckminster Fuller person Harry Nilsson admired both the architectural and social opinions of Buckminster Fuller. Fuller's drawings illustrate the Nilsson Schmilsson songbook.
Aloha Steamtrain person On the band's web site, Aloha Steamtrain's Henning Ohlenbusch listed Harry Nilsson's Son of Schmilsson as one of the ten albums he loves.
Chip Douglas person Chip Douglas introduced Harry Nilsson to the Monkees .   Chip Douglas was a member of the Modern Folk Quartet which recorded Harry's "This Could Be the Night ."
I Love You album Diana Ross opens and closes her I Love You album with Harry Nilsson's "Remember (Christmas) " which "inspired the album and its concept."  
Gary Usher and the Super Stocks person "Readin' Ridin' And Racin' " was one of Harry Nilsson's first songs to be recorded. It was recorded by Gary Usher's group Gary Usher and the Super Stocks.
Buddy Holly person Scott Turner wrote a few songs with Buddy Holly including "My Baby's Coming Home ." Later, Harry Nilsson added to the song and earned a co-songwriter credit.
Dale Turner person Dale Turner's Interpretations - Solo Arrangements for Guitar and Voice ends with the guitarist's acoustic version of Harry Nilsson's "Coconut ."
Cheeseburger album The cover of Cheeseburger's Gang's All Here EP features a photograph inspired by the cover of Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Schmilsson album.
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City/Shiver Me Timbers (performed by John DePalma) music_note John DePalma combines Harry Nilsson's I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City with Tom Waits's "Shiver Me Timbers " on his 2002 album The Song Is Mine .   "<a href="https:// ...
John DePalma person John DePalma combines Harry Nilsson's "I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City " with Tom Waits's "Shiver Me Timbers " on his 2002 album The Song Is Mine .   "<a href="https://n ...
Mike McNaught person Mike McNaught arranged the music for "The Point! " as presented on stage in London, England .   Harry Nilsson was impressed with his skills and hired him to arrange the music for Knnillssonn .
Stoney End album Barbra Streisand recorded Harry Nilsson's "Maybe " for her 1971 album Stoney End . The album was produced by Richard Perry and arranged by Perry Botkin .   "<a href="https://nil ...
Beatlemaniacs [2006] album Beatlemaniacs contains twenty-four of the best Beatles novelty and tribute songs including Harry Nilsson's "You Can't Do That ." The CD also includes a "monumental mega-booklet" with "dozens of rare pics, ads and label shots woven within a 13,000 word note ...
Tunesmith: Inside the Art of Songwriting book In his book, Tunesmith: Inside the Art of Songwriting , Jimmy Webb quotes Harry Nilsson's "How to Write a Song " in the introduction and latter tells a story about Harry asking Webb's permission to use the line "Up, Up, and Away" in "Gotta Get Up ."  
Up, Up, and Away music_note In his book, Tunesmith: Inside the Art of Songwriting , Jimmy Webb says that Harry Nilsson asked for Webb's permission to use the line "Up, Up, and Away" in "Gotta Get Up ."
Barbara Cook: A Concert for the Theatre event_note Barbara Cook: A Concert for the Theatre, a one-person show starring Barbara Cook , featured songs by Harry Nilsson . The show played at the Ambassador Theatre from April 15, 1987, through April 26, 1987.
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'Who is Harry Nilsson' Released on Blu-ray announcement Who is Harry Nilsson (And Why is Everybody Talkin' About Him?) , a documentary about Harry Nilsson , is now available on Blu-ray .   Who is Harry Nilsson? was originally produced on standard definition video. The Blu-ray disc contains the standard ...
Love Hurts music_note Harry Nilsson recorded a duet of Love Hurts with Jimmy Webb . It is included in Webb's CD box set The Moon's A Harsh Mistress: Jimmy Webb in the Seventies .   In the liner notes for The Moon's A Harsh Mistress Peter Blackstock writes:   The essence of Jimmy Webb's artistry is ...
Without You - His Greatest Hits [1994] album
Adrian Belew person Mike Keneally: Is "Dream Life " an intentional Harry Nilsson tribute? Adrian Below: Oh, no, not really, but now that you mention it, I'm doing a version of "Me And My Arrow " for a tribute album to him. Harry was one of my all- time favorite singers, right up there with Roy Orbison , John ...
Peter Boyle person I met him [John Lennon] accidentally the night of the Troubadour incident; I met him when I was doing Young Frankenstein . And then I met my wife, who was doing an article for Rolling Stone on Mel Brooks , and also at the same time doing an article on Harry Nilsson and John . John was ...
Handgun videocam In Handgun (aka Deep in the Heart ) a young woman is raped at gunpoint. Her intense anger drives her to seek revenge, and she becomes a hunter on a vengeful mission.   Harry Nilsson recorded "Lay Down Your Arms " for the film. It plays during the closing credits.  
Ann Magnuson person During a 1998 tribute concert in honor of Harry Nilsson , actress and singer Ann Magnuson performed a medley of "Coconut " and "Remember (Christmas) " connected by the story of a young girl dreaming of escaping her small town and running away to Los Angeles to meet Harry Nilsson .  
Early Years [1972] album UK reissue of the Spotlight on Nilsson songs. Harry Nilsson sings with the New Salvation Singers on the first two tracks.
Una Nilsson person Una Nilsson ( Una O'Keeffe ) was Harry Nilsson's third wife and the mother of six of his children. She was born on September 15, 1954 in Tipperary, Ireland . [1]   Harry and Una met in an ice cream parlor, married at an airport, and honeymooned in the Watergate Hotel .   O'Keeffe was a ...
Brandy Alexander circle To prepare Harry Nilsson's favorite drink ... 1/2 oz Creme de Cacao (Brown) 1/2 oz Brandy 1/2 oz Heavy Cream Shake well with cracked ice and strain into cocktail glass.
The Monkees {Everywhere a Sheik, Sheik} videocam Davy Jones sings Harry Nilsson's "Cuddly Toy " in the "Everywhere a Sheik, Sheik" episode of The Monkees .  
The Monkees {Monkees On The Wheel} videocam "Monkees On The Wheel," an episode of the Monkees's TV series, features Davy Jones singing Harry Nilsson's ' Cuddly Toy .' The episode aired during the second season of the TV show.   The version of ' Cuddly Toy " in this episode is an alternate mix of the version heard earlier in the ...
Move person Songwriter, Roy Wood lifted the bridge from Harry Nilsson's "Good Old Desk " for The Move's "Blackberry Way " which became the group's only U.K. number one hit.
Flashman book On the cover of Harry Nilsson's Flash Harry] ] you can spot a copy of the novel [[Flashman at the Charge , the third in the Flashman series by George MacDonald Fraser .
Life on Mars {The Man Who Sold the World} videocam Harry Nilsson's "Spaceman " is heard in an episode of the ABC TV series "Life on Mars " titled "The Man Who Sold the World."  
High Hopes music_note The October, 1990, issue of L.A. Magazine reported that Harry Nilsson joined Terry Gilliam onstage at Adriano's Restaurant to sing "Come Fly With Me ", "It Had to Be You ," and "High Hopes".
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 King of Queens {Wedding Presence} videocam The January 8, 2001, episode of the TV sitcom The King of Queens entitled "Wedding Presence " ended with a homage to The Courtship of Eddie's Father as Arthur ( Jerry Stiller ) and Spence ( Patton Oswalt ) run along the beach while Harry Nilsson's performance of ' Best Friend " plays.
Come Fly With Me music_note The October, 1990, issue of Los Angeles Magazine reported that Harry Nilsson joined Terry Gilliam onstage at Adriano's Restaurant to sing "Come Fly With Me", "It Had to Be You ," and "High Hopes ".
Wolf Stories: Myths and True-Life Tales from Around the World book Gary Lund , illustrator of the booklet included with Harry Nilsson's The Point! album, also illustrated the book Wolf Stories: Myths and True Life Tales from Around the World .
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).
Boat Trip videocam Sprung Monkey's cover of Harry Nilsson's "Coconut " is in the soundtrack of the film Boat Trip .  
Mind Snacks music_note "Mind Snacks" is the name of a spoken-word selection written by Harry Nilsson and Bill Martin . Martin performed the piece at the "A Celebration of the Music of Harry Nilsson " concert at the Roxy on June 13, 1998.
Harry and Ringo's Night Out videocam Harry and Ringo's Night Out , starring Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr was to be a mixed live-action and animated film. Filming began in October, 1974. It was never completed or released.
Addrisi Brothers person The Addrisi Brothers were Don Addrisi (b. 1938, d. 1984) and Richard Addrisi (b. 1941).   Harry Nilsson sang backing vocals for some songs on their Never My Love: The Lost Album Sessions album.
Allen Toussaint person After recording A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night Harry Nilsson remarked that he would like to record an album of songs by Allen Toussaint. Instead, he and John Lennon recorded Pussy Cats . [1]   [1] Citation Needed.
Shrek 2 videocam Donkey ( Eddie Murphy ) sings a line from Harry Nilsson's "One " at the beginning of Shrek 2 .  
Ulysses circle Harry Nilsson sings the part of Ulysses on the album Paris .   Ulysses is the Roman name for the mythical Greek hero Odysseus whose return to Ithaca after the siege of Troy was described in Homer's Odyssey .
Ray videocam The cast biographies included in the DVD release of Ray mention that actor Curtis Armstrong , who plays Ahmet Ertegun in the film, is a fan of Harry Nilsson and has produced re-issues of Nilsson's CDs.   Harry Nilsson was a fan of Ray Charles .  
The World's Greatest Lover videocam Harry Nilsson performed "Ain't It Kinda Wonderful " for the Gene Wilder film The World's Greatest Lover .      
George MacDonald Fraser person George MacDonald Fraser is the author of a series of comedy novels featuring a character named "Sir Harry Paget Flashman " aka "Flash Harry" which inspired the title of Harry Nilsson's Flash Harry album.
BBC business The British Broadcasting Corporation (the BBC) recorded and aired two In Concert TV specials featuring Harry Nilsson .   In 1997, BBC Radio aired a two-part show about Harry Nilsson and his music called "The Thing About Harry ."  
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' ."
Tribute videocam Tribute is a documentary which features the members and fans of several "tribute" bands including The Missing Links , a Monkees tribute band. In one scene, Danny Lopez , of The Missing Links, points out a photograph of himself with Harry Nilsson .
Without Her {Cheillia Pou Dipsoun Gia Agapi} music_note "Cheillia Pou Dipsoun Gia Agapi" is "Without Her " translated into Greek.
Without Her {Noch Einmal} music_note Lierally "Again" in German, "Noch Einmal" is Harry Nilsson's "Without Her " translated to German.
Vicky Leandros person Vicky Leandros recorded four versions of Harry Nilsson's "Without Her " in English, German, Greek, and French.   Leandros was born Vasiliki Papathanasiou in Paleokastritsa on the Isle Corfu. Her parents were Leandros and Boubou Papathanasiou.
Generous Judy person At the March 1982 Beatlefest Harry Nilsson offered to write a song for the first person to donate $500 to the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence . "Generous Judy" came forward. The song, "Judy ," was recorded in three takes with the help of Doug Hoefer .
The Wrecker's Ball: Three Dances by Paul Taylor videocam This one-hour film captures a performance by the Paul Taylor Dance Company on October 1, 1996. The company performed "Company B" (to songs sung by the Andrews Sisters ), "Funny Papers," and "A Field of Grass " (to songs sung by Harry Nilsson ).  
John and Yoko: A Love Story videocam This made-for-television movie tells the story of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's lives together. David Gillum portrays Harry Nilsson in the film.   John and Yoko: A Love Story   ...
Only You {Lennon Version} music_note Harry Nilsson provides harmony vocals on the song.  
Two Sides of the Moon {CD Reissue} [1997] album Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals on Keith Moon and Ringo Starr's duet of Nilsson's "Together ."      
Together (performed by Keith Moon) music_note Keith Moon enlisted the help of his buddies, Ringo Starr and Harry Nilsson to record "Together " for his 1975 album Two Sides of the Moon .   "<a href="https://nilssonschmilss ...
Harry Nelson person Several sources have reported that Harry Nilsson's name at birth was "Harry Nelson." This is not true and there is no evidence that Harry ever used the last name "Nelson."   The Billboard Book of Number 1 Hits by Fred Bronson (2003)     The Encyclopedia of Dead Rock Stars ...
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence person Harry Nilsson was the official spokesperson for the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV).   The CSGV is comprised of dozens of national religious organizations, child welfare advocates, public health professionals, and social justice organizations working to reduce gun violence.   ...
Gary Nilsson person Gary Nilsson is the half-brother of Harry Nilsson . Gary's father, Harry Edward Nilsson, Jr. , was also Harry Nilsson's father.   Gary lives in Palatka, Florida where his father was a scout for the Cincinnati Reds baseball team.  
Bridget Jones's Diary videocam Harry Nilsson's recording of "Without You " appears on the soundtrack CD from the film Bridget Jones's Diary .  
Jenny videocam Harry Nilsson's song "Waiting " appears in the movie Jenny .   In the film, a convenience marriage is arranged between an unmarried pregnant girl ( Marlo Thomas ) and a young man who wants to avoid the draft ( Alan Alda ).
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Apollo Throwdown music_note The Go! Team sampled Harry Nilsson's "The Birds (Narration) The Birds " narration from The Point! for their song "Apollo Throwdown."   "Apollo Throwdown" by The Go! Team ...
Blazing Arrow music_note Blazing Arrow by the hip-hop group Blackalicious includes a sample of Harry Nilsson singing Me and My Arrow . The song is available on the album of the same name, Blazing Arrow .   "Blazing ...
I Yam What I Yam (Popeye Rap) music_note The New Jersey group Guitari incorporated samples of Harry Nilsson's I Yam What I Yam , Sailin' , and It's Not Easy Being Me , from the Popeye soundtrack album in their songs "Hero " and "I Yam What I Yam (Popeye Rap)."
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 .
Johnny Niles person Early in his career, Harry Nilsson was signed for a short time to Mercury . "They kept me on the label for a year and they didn't put anything out, and finally they put that one single out." The single, "Donna I Understand ," was released under the name "Johnny Niles."
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Won music_note The Beta Band's song "Won" is a "hip hop" reworking of Harry Nilsson's song "One ." The Beta Band's recording includes extensive sampling of Harry's recording of "One ."   "Won" is available on the Beta Band's Hot Shots II CD.   "We met a rapper in New York, Sean Reveron , and ...
Beta Band person The Beta Band's song "Won " is a "hip hop" reworking of Harry Nilsson's song "One ." The Beta Band's recording includes extensive sampling of Harry's recording of "One ."   "Won " is available on the Beta Band's Hot Shots II CD.
Attack of the 50 ft. Woman videocam Debra Hill , producer of The Fisher King asked Harry Nilsson to record a song called "She's Tall " for the 1993 TV remake of "Attack of the 50 ft. Woman." The song was not in the film and may never have been recorded. [1]     [1] Citation ...
The Fisher King videocam Terry Gilliam's The Fisher King received five Oscar nominations.   Harry Nilsson sings "How About You " during the closing credits of the film.
John Ritter person Actor John Ritter, a big fan of the Beatles , told the following story during a talk show appearance.   A friend of his told him of that John Lennon was at a recording session in LA . Ritter arrived uninvited at the The Jim Keltner Fan Club Hour recording sessions produced by John ...
LA Obscura: The Architectural Photography of Julius Shulman circle For his "LA Obscura: The Architectural Photography of Julius Shulman" project, Julias Shulam included his photographs of Harry Nilsson's home at 10549 Rocca Place in Bel Air .   The show was presented at the Fisher Gallery of the University of Southern ...
That 70s Show {Eric's Buddy} videocam Harry Nilsson's "Best Friend " is heard in an episode of "That 70s Show " titled "Eric's Buddy." The episode, aired in the first season of the series, is about Eric Forman acquiring a new "best friend" (played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt ).
Stephen Sondheim person Stephen Sondheim was born on March 22, 1930, in New York, New York .   Harry Nilsson recorded Stephen Sondheim's song "Marry Me a Little " at Sondheim's request as a Christmas gift for Judy Prince , the wife of theater producer, Hal Prince .
Carly Simon person Harry Nilsson joined Carly Simon in London in November of 1972 to record the backing vocals for "Ballad of a Vain Man as "You're So Vain " was called until it was renamed as the record was being mastered. [1]   Richard Perry produced the recording.   During a 1995 interview on the ...
The Quiet Family videocam Harry Nilsson's "Jump Into the Fire " is featured quite prominently on the soundtrack in two different scenes in the South Korean film The Quiet Family (Choyonghan Kajok) .   (Source: Terry Thome )  
Americana Hotel place On May 13, 1968, John Lennon and Paul McCartney held a press conference at the Americana Hotel in New York, New York to announce the formation of Apple . Responding to questions, they named Harry Nilsson as both their favorite American artist and as their favorite American group.
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.   ...
Two and a Half Men {Taterhead is Our Love Child} videocam "Two and a Half Men" is a TV comedy starring Charlie Sheen as "Charlie." In an episode titled "Taterhead is Our Love Child," Charlie finds out he may be the father of an eight-year-old boy. The episode includes a montage set to Harry Nilsson's "Best Friend ."  
David Gillum person David Gillum played "Harry Nilsson " in the 1985 TV movie John and Yoko: A Love Story . Gillum was born on December 15, 1948, in Plymouth, Devon, England .   Gillium had a small part in Dirty Harry and played John F. Kennedy in the 1988 TV film Onassis: The Richest Man in the World .
The Courtship of Eddie's Father videocam In The Courtship of Eddie's Father , Bill Bixby played Tom Corbett, a widower raising a young son played by Brandon Cruz .   Harry Nilsson wrote and performed the show's theme song, "Best Friend ." During the first season, Nilsson also sang most of the incidental music. ...
Northridge Earthquake event_note The Northridge Earthquake rocked southern California on January 17, 1994, just two days after Harry Nilsson died. Aftershocks rumbled during Harry's funeral where someone joked that the earthquake was the result of Harry getting to heaven and discovering that there is no bar there.    
Camp Candy videocam "Camp Candy" was an animated TV series starring John Candy as the head counselor of a summer camp for kids. The show's theme song was written by Harry Nilsson and sung by Nilsson and Candy. The series originally aired on NBC from September 2, 1989 to ...
Hal person Hal included a cover of Harry Nilsson's "Cuddly Toy " on their 2005 single "Don't Come Running ."   Hal is an Irish pop group consisting of Dave Allen (vocals/guitar), Paul Allen (vocals/bass), Stephen O'Brien (keyboards), and Steve Hogan (drums).
Group Madness videocam Group Madness is a documentary about the filming of Yellowbeard . "Men At Sea ," a song Harry Nilsson wrote for Yellowbeard is heard at the end of the documentary. Group Madness ...
Yellowbeard videocam Harry Nilsson wrote and performed "Men At Sea " for the film Yellowbeard . The song was not used in the film, but does appear at the end of Group Madness , a documentary about the filming of Yellowbeard .
Nat Weiss person According to rumor, Derek Taylor played demos of Harry Nilsson's Pandemonium Shadow Show to Nat Weiss of the Beatles's management company, NEMS and NEMS attempted to lure Harry away from RCA . But the attempt ended when Beatles manager Brian Epstein died. [1]   ...
Unison Ad videocam In 2004, a £1.4 million TV advertising campaign by the England's largest trade union was used to recruit new members. The TV advertisements featured a woman walking through the streets of Liverpool, being joined by more and more workers to the tune of Harry Nilsson's "One ."   ...
Clodagh Rodgers person Clodagh Rodgers's recording of Harry Nilsson's "Together " was released as the b-side of her "Goodnight Midnight " in the UK in 1969. The single (RCA 1852) reached #4 in the UK charts. The recording is available on the CD You Are My Music: Best of Clodagh Rodgers .
Blue Jay Way place In August of 1967 George Harrison was staying in a rented house on Blue Jay Way in Los Angeles, California . According to Harry Nilsson , George Harrison wrote the Beatles song "Blue Jay Way" while waiting for a visit from Harry and Derek Taylor . [1] ...
Mardee Regan person Regan's The Bartender's Best Friend: A Complete Guide to Cocktails, Martinis, and Mixed Drinks includes a recipe for "Coco Loco" which is described as "A drink for fans of Harry Nilsson ." The drink is made of tequila, rum, gin, and grenadine. It's served in a coconut with a slice of lime as a ...
Ellen Foster videocam When it first aired on American television on December 14, 1997, the film Ellen Foster had Harry Nilsson's performance of "Remember (Christmas) " playing during the opening titles. The song does not, however, appear in the home video release of the film.    
A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night videocam "A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night " is a BBC Two TV special which originally aired on June 10, 1973. It features Harry Nilsson performing songs from the A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night album with a live orchestra.   ...
Mutts videocam Harry Nilsson wrote the theme song for "Mutts," a 1988 TV series for which only a pilot episode was filmed. Rick Riccio sang the theme.   "Mutts " was about a boy ("Eric" played by Stephen Dorff ) and his talking dog ("Mike"). The show was also known as "Conversations With My Dog ."   ...
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Paul Williams person Paul Williams (not the singer or actor) was Vice President of Strategic Marketing at RCA Records and was in charge of the CD re-issues of Harry Nilsson's RCA albums. He remixed the previously unreleased tracks on Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology . Williams is now president of ...
Mind Games album According to Diane Nilsson , John Lennon and Harry Nilsson , just after they firs met, agreed that they would each write a song called "You Are Here . Lennon was sponsoring a Yoko Ono exhibit of the same name in London at the time.   Lennon's song was released on his Mind Games album in ...
Laura Nyro person Before recording Nilsson Sings Newman , Harry Nilsson considered recording a collection of Laura Nyro's songs. [1]   At 17 Nyro wrote "And When I Die " which was recorded by Peter, Paul and Mary . This was followed by a string of hits recorded by The Fifth Dimension , Three Dog Night , ...
Breakfast on Pluto videocam Neil Jordan adapted Patrick McCabe's 1992 novel Breakfast on Pluto into a darkly funny film. The title comes from a 1970s song by Don Partridge .   The film's soundtrack features three songs by Harry Nilsson , "Me and My Arrow ," "The Moonbeam Song ," and "You're Breaking My Heart ." ...
Little Feat person Lowell George of Little Feat died on June 21, 1979, of a stroke. Just a few weeks earlier, he had worked with Harry Nilsson on Nilsson's Flash Harry album.   "Everyone knows the kind of musical impact this band has had on rock n' roll . . . they were and still are one of my favorite ...
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by The New Yorkers) music_note One of the earliest recording of the Hudson Brothers (who were then called "The New Yorkers ") was of Harry Nilsson's I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City .   "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New ...
The New Yorkers person One of the earliest recordings of the Hudson Brothers (who were then called "The New Yorkers") was of Harry Nilsson's "I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City ."   "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New ...
Demis Roussos person Artemios ("Demis") Ventouris Roussos was born in Alexandria, Egypt on June 15, 1946 ( Harry Nilsson's fifth birthday). Roussos's recording of Harry Nilsson's "The Wedding Song " is available on Roussos' Man of the World CD.  
Cooger and Dark's Pandemonium Shadow Show circle Harry Nilsson intended to name his first RCA album after Ray Bradbury's 1962 novel Something Wicked This Way Comes . But RCA's lawyers told him he couldn't since permission had not yet been obtained. Instead Harry chose the name Pandemonium Shadow Show from the name of the carnival in ...
The Trouble with Harry radio "The Trouble With Harry" is a short radio piece by Jackson Braider , an independent radio producer from Boston which includes segments of an interview Braider conducted with Harry Nilsson .       External Links Listen Online
Big Daddy videocam Harry Nilsson's "Best Friend " is used in a public service TV ad produced by the National Fatherhood Initiative in cooperation with the Ad Council and volunteer work by the Campbell-Ewald ad agency.   The commercial shows Godzilla playing with his son Godzuki (from the 1967 film Son of ...
The Falcons person Harry Nilsson and the other musicians working on the score for Popeye in Malta dubbed themselves The Falcons. (Get it? The Maltese Falcons.) The Falcons consisted of: Harry Nilsson Ray Cooper Doug Dillard Van Dyke Parks Klaus Voormann The Mysterious Karsten
First Impressions videocam In 1988, Brad Garrett starred in the short-lived CBS comedy TV series First Impressions in which he played "Frank Dutton", a divorced father who amuses his daughter with impressions and makes a living doing commercial voice-overs. The show aired weekly from August 27 to October 1, 1988. ...
Astrud Gilberto person Astrud Gilberto's recording of Harry Nilsson's "The Wailing of the Willow " is available on Gilberto's CD Talkin' Verve: Roots Of Acid Jazz .   Her recording of "The Puppy Song " is available on her CD The Girl from Ipanema .  
Apple business The Beatles formed Apple Corps Ltd. in 1968 primarily as their own record label.   At the press conference announcing the formation of Apple, The Beatles named Harry Nilsson as both their favorite American artist and as their favorite American group.   Son of Dracula was billed as ...
Brooklyn, New York place Harry Nilsson was born in Brooklyn and grew up in it's Bushwick section.   "The two brightest moments were when I saw the guy shot in the neck with the zip gun. When I was about nine, almost ten, And then after that my mother, sister and I were beaten up by a gang of black girls, a youth ...
Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour videocam Harry Nilsson appeared on the July 8, 1970, episode of the Smothers Brothers's television show, "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour ."   Tommy Smothers introduced Harry by singing I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City . Harry demonstrated the basics of songwriting by performing Poli High ...
Loneliness music_note Harry originally wanted Ringo Starr to play the gardener in the video for "Loneliness." Harry told Ringo, "Come on, you've played a gardener before." But, Ringo was in Spain and didn't think it was time well spent to fly to Los Angeles, California , for a couple seconds of video. [1]   ...
Chuck McCann person Chuck McCann plays Oliver Hardy in the video for Harry Nilsson's performance of "Loneliness ."  
Filter person The soundtrack for the film based on the hit TV show "The X-Files " includes a cover of Harry Nilsson's "One " by Filter. During filming, David Duchovny (as "Fox Mulder") ad-libbed the line, "One is the loneliest number" so the producer commissioned the recording of "One " for the soundtrack - ...
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1 Fuck You (performed by Melvins) music_note The Melvins recorded a cover of Harry Nilsson's "You're Breaking My Heart " as "1 Fuck You " which was released on their Working With God album on February 26, 2021.   Why haven't we recorded this song before now? It says it all. Nilsson was a genius!! ...
1941 {Les Vérités de la Police} music_note "The Truths of the Police" is a French song sung to the tune of "1941 " with lyrics by Richard Dewitte . The lyrics, unrelated to the original, tell the story of a man becoming a police officer to impress a woman. The song was recorded by Les Jelly Roll .   I passed the exam and my return is ...
One (performed by Ilona Knopfler) music_note Ilona Knopfler recorded her jazz version of Harry Nilsson's One for her 2003 album Some Kind of Wonderful .   "One" Performed By Ilona Knopfler  
Ilona Knopfler person Ilona Knopfler recorded her jazz version of Harry Nilsson's "One " for her 2003 album Some Kind of Wonderful .   The daughter of musicians who traveled often, Knopfler was born in Paris, France and lived in Hong Kong for several years. She then lived in New York, New York , and Atlanta, ...
Goodfellas videocam Buy Goodfellas Posters and Photos At AllPosters.com Harry Nilsson's Jump Into the Fire is used to good effect in Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas .
Kathy Simmonds person Kathy Simmonds appeared in the 1968 film The Touchables as one of a quartet of Pop-Art princesses who kidnap a rock-star and imprison him in their plastic, see-through bubble house.   Simmonds was Harry Nilsson's girlfriend at the time that he recorded A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the ...
Every Man Has a Woman {LP} [1984] album This collection of songs written by Yoko Ono includes Harry Nilsson's performances of "Silver Horse ," "Dream Love ," and "Loneliness ."
The Serpent {Episode #1.4} videocam Harry Nilsson's "Jump Into the Fire " is heard in Season 1, Episode 4 of the BBC One / Netflix TV series "The Serpent ,"    
Home Improvement {Flying Sauces} videocam The Season 1, Episode 8, episode of the TV series "Home Improvement " (titled "Flying Sauces ") ends with Tim Taylor surprising his wife, Jill, by remembering the song that played during their first dance together:   Tim: Well ... [Tim kisses Jill.] ...
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir {The Folk Singer} videocam Harry Nilsson guest starred as a singer named "Tim Seagirt " in an episode of the NBC television series, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir titled "The Music Maker ". Harry performs two songs, "Without Her " and "If Only ."   The episode with Harry, "The Music ...
The Point! videocam Once upon a time in the town of Point, everything - all the buildings, trees, and even the people were pointed. Except for one little round-headed kid named Oblio .   The Point! is a wonderful adventure, enchanting both children and adults since 1971.   Harry Nilsson's The Point! tells ...
TV Themes book This songbook contains TV theme songs arranged for piano and guitar. Included is Best Friend , Harry Nilsson's theme from The Courtship of Eddie's Father .
Smothers Brothers person Harry Nilsson appeared on an episode of the Smothers Brothers's television show, Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour . Tommy Smothers introduced Harry by singing "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City .' Harry demonstrated the basics of songwriting by performing "Poli High ."   Later, John ...
TV's Biggest Hits book Jon Burlingame's discusses Harry Nilsson's theme for The Courtship of Eddie's Father . The Nilsson section lasts all of two pages, but it fills in a part of Harry's career that has been heretofore relegated to a TV trivia question. Harry did discuss "Eddie's ...
Josh Ryan Evans person Josh Ryan Evans was born on January 10, 1982, in Hayward, California . He died on August 6, 2002.   From 1999 until 2002, Evans played "Timmy," a doll which comes to life, in NBC's daytime soap opera Passions .   In 2002, Evans was admitted to a San Diego hospital for treatment of a ...
Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth music_note On November 30, 1977, shortly after Bing Crosby died, his Bing Crosby's 42nd Annual Christmas Special aired. In one segment, Crosby and David Bowie sing a medley of "Little Drummer Boy " and "Peace on Earth ." Before the song they discuss music and musicians:   David Bowie: Do you eh... ...
The Wailing Of The Willow music_note "This came out of my bossa nova period." -- Harry Nilsson . [1]       Wailing of the WIllow       Astrud Gilberto , the girl from Ipanema, recorded a cover of "The ...
Caroline videocam Patrick Ahearn's animated short film Caroline uses Harry Nilsson's recording of "Caroline " as the film's entire soundtrack.   The film was shown on April 2, 1994, at the Palace of Fine Arts/Exploratorium's McBean Theatre in San Francisco, California , as part of an ASIFA ( ...
Bushwick place One of Brooklyn's oldest neighborhoods, Bushwick was home to several breweries that provided jobs and a strong economy for the community. But after World War II, the breweries began consolidating their plants and several of the Bushwick breweries closed. By the early 1960s, as other businesses ...
Ceremony person Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals on the 1993 album Hang Out Your Poetry by Ceremony. The credits list Harry under the heading "Guests." The album is produced by Mark Hudson . Some of Harry's other collaborators such as Jim Horn and Jim Keltner also appear on the album.
AWESOM-O videocam In an episode of the animated TV series "South Park " entitled "AWESOM-O," Cartman disguises himself as a robot to learn Butters's secrets. Butters believes the robot is his new best friend and sings a song obviously inspired by Harry Nilsson's "Best Friend :"   Hey there, have you heard about ...
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' ." ...
My Name is Earl {Stole Beer From A Golfer} videocam The seventh episode of the TV show "My Name is Earl" used a long portion of Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talking " while the character "Earl" rode in a bus. The episode, entitled "Stole Beer From A Golfer," first aired on November 11, 2005.  
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 ...
Playboy After Dark {Harry Nilsson} videocam In an appearance on the TV show Playboy After Dark in 1969, Harry Nilsson performed "Good Old Desk ." A straight-faced Harry Nilsson told the host, Hugh Hefner , that the meaning of the song "Good Old Desk " was in its initials - "GOD." Years later Nilsson admitted, "I bullshitted him. I ...
Company theater_comedy Stephen Sondheim wrote the song "Marry Me a Little " for the musical "Company" but it was dropped from the show because Sondheim felt that he could not make it work. A friend of his, named Judy, was a champion of the song and so pestered him about it that Sondheim actually paid for an entire ...
The Telephone videocam Whoopi Goldberg stars as an eccentric out-of-work actress, disconnected from reality, who ignores the threatening calls from her many creditors, choosing instead to amuse herself with the telephone. But her quiet and whimsical evening alone turns into a circus - one with a crazy grand finale. ...
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 ...
Obits videocam Obits Screenplay by Harry Nilsson and Terry Southern   Based on the Screenplay for Obituaries by Roger Watkins History   A talk with a bartender about the screenplay he had just written led Roger Watkins to a meeting with Harry Nilsson . Nilsson had recently become interested in ...
You've Got Mail videocam You've Got Mail is a 1998 film. The romantic comedy reunites "Sleepless in Seattle " stars Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan with director and writer, Nora Ephron . The film contains four songs performed by Harry Nilsson .   The plot of "You've Got Mail" centers ...
Harry And ... [1979] album Harry Nilsson's association with RCA had been rocky from the start and Harry's frustration reached its peak when RCA released Greatest Hits in spite of his objections then failed to promote Knnillssonn .   Then RCA licensed the songs for Harry ...
In God We Trust (or Gimme That Prime Time Religion) videocam In God We Trust (or Gimme That Prime Time Religion) is a 1980 film written, directed, and starring Marty Feldman . The theme song for the film is Harry Nilsson's recording of his "Good For God " from Duit on Mon Dei .      
In Concert {The Music of NIlsson} videocam "The Music of Nilsson " is a 1971 episode (Season 4, Episode 8) of the BBC TV series "In Concert."   Nilsson performs the following songs in front of a non-existent studio audience:   Mr Richland’s Favourite Song / One Gotta Get Up Walk Right ...
The Story of Eric videocam The Story of Eric is a 34-minute color documentary which follows a young mother through her first childbearing experience to help educate parents about the Lamaze method of prepared childbirth.   Producers: Carol and Winter Horton Writer and Director: David Seltzer , Centre Films ...
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 ."    
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.
Who is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him?) videocam Based on an original idea by Curtis Armstrong , Chuck Harter , and Alan Boyd , LSL Productions produced this documentary about Harry Nilsson . The documentary explores the enigmatic life and music of Harry Nilsson in an attempt to answer the question, ...
Everybody Loves Raymond videocam During a 2001 episode [1] of the TV series "Everybody Loves Raymond," Raymond's brother, Robert Barone, quotes Harry Nilsson's One :   Hey, why don't you get one of those big "number one" foam fingers and wave it in the air? 'Cause you're number one, Raymond, YOU'RE NUMBER ONE! But remember ...
Passions {"Unknown Episode"} videocam Harry Nilsson's performance of "Remember (Christmas) " was used in an episode of the TV show "Passions" during a montage in memory of the late "Timmy Lenox" and the actor who played him, Josh Ryan Evans .  
Drive My Car PSA videocam Harry Nilsson appeared in a music video of the song "Drive My Car" created by RADD ("Recording Artists, Actors, and Athletes Against Drunk Driving "). The video debuted on the American Music Awards on February 7, 1994 during the third hour of the television show.   Appearing in the video ...
Unlike Minerva chat_bubble_outline An early entry in the comic series Unlike Minerva referenced Harry Nilsson's song "Remember (Christmas) ."[1]   [1] Terrence Marks (1999) "Unlike Minerva" ( https:/ / unlikeminerva. com/ archive/ phase1. ...
A Celebration of the Music of Harry Nilsson event_note A concert titled "A Celebration of the Music of Harry Nilsson" was held at the Roxy on Sunset in Los Angeles, California , on June 13, 1998.   The show opened with children from Topanga Elementary School performing selections from The Point! .   Other performers included Morley ...
Bruce Hurwit person Bruce Hurwit of Crossroads Films directed the "Coke, You Nut " TV ad featuring "Coconut " by Harry Nilsson .   Hurwit began his career as an art director at Cliff Freeman & Partners in New York. He joined Crossroads Films in 1995 and has directed commercials for many major clients ...
Ringo Starr person He's one of the dearest friends you can have in life, and I hope he considers me one of his best friends. -- Harry Nilsson [1]   [1] Citation Needed.
Vanity Project person Steven Page (of Barenaked Ladies ) and Stephen Duffy (of Lilac Time ) formed The Vanity Project as a side project. "We started recording casually in my basement," Page said. The group's first album, Vanity Project was released in June of 2005. "The benchmark for it was the first McCartney ...
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 ...
Weird Al Yankovic person When asked to name his favorite love song, Weird Al Yankovic replied: If you'd like me to choose a song from my own oeuvre , I'd have to say "One More Minute." It's pretty good [...] I also like "You're Breaking My Heart " by Harry Nilsson . It was famous for being one of the few songs they ...
I Love My Suit music_note Ringo Starr appeared in four Japanese TV commercials for Simple Life leisure suits. The commercials show Ringo encountering unusual creatures while wearing his Simple Life suit and lip-synching to a jingle ("I Love My Suit"). The backing vocals for the jingle are sung by Davy Jones and ...
Davy Jones person Davy Jones appeared on the TV program Music Scene on December 22, 1969, singing Harry Nilsson's "Together ."   Davy Jones and Harry Nilsson sang backing vocals for a song used in four Japanese TV commercials for Simple Life leisure suits starring Ringo Starr .
Hollywood Vampires person "There was a little loft at the Rainbow Room in LA, they only had that for the club: the club was myself, Keith Moon , Ringo Starr , Micky Dolenz , Harry Nilsson , it was that crowd, every night those same people. Every once in a while John Lennon would come into town or Keith Emerson ...
John Marascalco person John Marascalco is best known for his work with Little Richard on songs such as "Good Golly Miss Molly ." He co-wrote several songs with Scott Turner which were recorded by Harry Nilsson . He also co-wrote several songs with Harry.   "John Marascalco deserves a lot of credit. He was the ...
Dennis Budimir person Dennis Budimir in a 2002 interview published on classicjazzguitar.com was asked about Harry Nilsson . He described Harry as "a lovely guy and a pleasure to work with. I worked with him the night John Lennon got murdered and I guess they were very close. I think it was a session for Frank ...
Super Season videocam "Super Season" was one of six short films Albert Brooks created for the first season of NBC's Saturday Night Live . "Super Season" is a parody of network promotional spots for new TV shows.   According to Brooks: [...] Newsweek said it was a great little film. But the review credited ...
Jim Gordon person Two men named Jim Gordon appear in the credits for Harry Nilsson's recordings. One is a percussionist. The other Jim Gordon plays horn.   Jim Gordon, the drummer, co-wrote "Layla " with Eric Clapton . When a re-release of "Layla" was nominated for (and won) a Grammy for "Best Rock Song" in ...
Bill Bixby person Wilfred Bailey Bixby was born on January 22, 1934, in San Francisco, California . He died on November 21, 1993, in Century City, California . Harry Nilsson attended Bixby's funeral.  
Music Convention person The New Zealand band, Music Convention, recorded Harry Nilsson's "One ." It was released by RCA in New Zealand as the a-side of a single (RCA 60452) in 1968.
Eddi Reader person Eddi Reader's 1999 album Simple Soul includes the dedication "Thanks to Harry Nilsson ."   During an online interview in March, 2001, Neil Watson asked her about the dedication. Her answer was that Harry Nilsson's A Little Touch of Schmilsson In The Night album was her big ...
Obituaries videocam Obituaries is a screenplay by Roger Watkins which was acquired in 1985 by Harry Nilsson and Terry Southern . Later that year, they assigned the rights to the newly formed company Hawkeye Entertainment .   Nilsson and Southern refined the screenplay and changed its name to Obits . ...
Alan Corbett person As "Alan Corbett," Alvis Sherouse hosted a weekday program, The Open Road on Miami, Florida's classical radio station, WTMI .   An article in the June 8, 1986, issue of the Orlando Sentinel described how Sherouse would inject comedy into his program. "One year, Sherouse probed the ...
May Pang person John and I entertained Paul , George and Ringo at various times. He would go see them or they would come to us. The Beatles getting together was not a thing of the past with John. He actually considered to get the other guys together and do a concert.  Harry Nilsson ...
Pardon Us videocam "Lazy Moon " was written in 1901. Harry Nilsson first heard it sung by Oliver Hardy in the film Pardon Us . From the time it appeared in that film until Harry Nilsson recorded it in 1973, there is no record of anyone else recording the song.   Pardon Us was Laurel and Hardy's first ...
Convention '72 music_note "Convention '72" is a break-in record credited to The Delegates which includes a sample from Harry Nilsson's "Coconut ."   In the novelty song, a Walter Cronkite impersonator asks:   "Senator McGovern, how did you feel when you and Senator Eagleton first separated, Sir?"   The ...
Baha Men person The Baha Men released their debut album in 1979. Junkanoo featured traditional Bahamian tunes done in Junkanoo style.   The group's second album featured a medley of tunes originally by K.C. And The Sunshine Band .   In 2000, the group's fourth album spawned the hit "Who Let the Dogs ...
The Point! theater_comedy The Point! has been staged as a play a number of times.   Esquire Jauchem adapted Harry Nilsson's The Point! for the Boston Repertory Theater stage in 1975.   In 1976 and 1977, Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones (both formerly of The Monkees ) starred in a play based on The ...
Marianne Faithfull person During her tour to promote her album Twentieth Century Blues , Marianne Faithfull performed Harry Nilsson's "Don't Forget Me ."   Before singing the song, she told a tall tale. She said that Harry died having root canal work after his "teeth fucked up, which is the first thing that happens ...
Anne Murray person On her official web site, Anne Murray lists her favorite albums as: Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Sings Newman Dusty Springfield's Dusty In Memphis Carole King's Tapestry K.T. Oslin's 80's Ladies The Beatles's White Album
Lost Another One music_note Graham Nash's song "Lost Another One" from his 2002 album Songs For Survivors is partially about Harry Nilsson : Just another morning cup of tea, I turn my radio on And in between the static and the headlines I heard that you were gone, we lost another one .... "It started with the ...
From Brooklyn to Hollywood event_note "From Brooklyn to Hollywood" was a concert celebrating the Hollywood composers, songs, and stars from Brooklyn, New York . The concert pays tribute to Neil Diamond , Harry Nilsson , and Barbra Streisand as well as such films as "The Kid From Brooklyn ," "It Happened in Brooklyn ," and ...
Admiral Dewey circle Eugene Ware wrote the poem about Admiral Dewey which is quoted (in modified form) on the cover of Harry Nilsson's Aerial Ballet album.   O Dewey was the morning Upon the first of May; And Dewey was the Admiral Down in Manila Bay; And Dewey were the Regent's eyes, "Them orbs" of ...
Laurel and Hardy person Harry Nilsson was a fan of Laurel and Hardy. He referenced a scene from their film Way Out West on the cover of his A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night album cover.
Way Out West videocam Harry Nilsson's "thumb-as-lighter" cover photo for A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night is based on a gag in the Laurel and Hardy film, Way Out West .   Laurel and Hardy Thumb-As-A-Lighter ...
Ella Fitzgerald person Ella Fitzgerald's recording of Harry Nilsson's "Open Your Window " appeared on a single with "Get Ready " (a cover of the Temptations hit written by Smokey Robinson ). The single is from Fitzgerald's 1969 album Things Ain't What They Used To Be which was produced by Richard Perry .   ...
Jellyfish person "Think About Your Troubles " was the last studio track recorded by Jellyfish. It originally was released on the album, For the Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson . It's currently available on the group's Fan Club 4-CD box set.   In the Fan Club liner notes, Jellyfish member Roger ...
Frank Stallone person Frank Stallone is Sylvester Stallone's songwriting/singing brother. Harry Nilsson produced Frank's recording of "Case of You ."   It was during the "Case of You " session that Harry learned of John Lennon's death.   A kid came running in the other side of the studio and he said ' John ...
Alex Miller person Alex Miller was the head of BMG's Heritage label.   A December, 1999, article in Discoveries magazine (about Miller's joining BMG's reissue label, Buddha , which was later replaced by Heritage ), began with the following quote of Miller's: "I love Harry Nilsson and I could talk about ...
Carl Hiaasen person Harry Nilsson is mentioned in Carl Hiaasen's novel Basket Case .   Carl Hiaasen was a friend of Warren Zevon . After Zevon's death, Hiassen wrote a letter to another friend which was read at Zevon's funeral. One section of the letter mentions Harry Nilsson : "Back in July, I called ...
Oblio circle Oblio is the name of the little round-headed kid in Harry Nilsson's The Point! .   Mike Lookinland ("Bobby" of "The Brady Bunch ") provides the voice of Oblio in the film version of The Point! .   "Oblio" means "oblivion" in Italian.   A pizza parlor near Denver, Colorado , is named ...
Kojak videocam Harry Nilsson wrote and recorded a song called "Kojak Columbo " - basically a love song about TV.   "Kojak" was a TV series which aired from October 24, 1973, to April, 1978, on the CBS television network. The series starred Telly Savalas as a police detective.
The Jim Keltner Fan Club Hour event_note On March 25, 1974, trying to make the best use of previously booked studio time, John Lennon arranged a recording session with Mick Jagger backed by musicians from Lennon's "Rock and Roll" sessions.   The session at the Record Plant in Los Angeles, included John Lennon (producer), Roy ...
The Trouble with Harry's album In the mid 1980s, The Residents began recording a series of albums called "The American Composer Series ." Each album consisted of an LP with songs by two American composers - one on each side of the LP.   After releasing two LPs, George & James (with songs by George Gershwin and ...
Perry Botkin person Perry Lafayette Botkin, Jr., was a successful songwriter, arranger, and publisher when Harry Nilsson met him around 1960. Botkin arranged music for several of Harry's songs and co-wrote songs with Nilsson.   In 1980, Zapata , a musical stage play written by Harry and Perry Botkin, opened at ...
Pete Townshend person Pete Townshend answered reader's questions in an English music magazine in February, 2002. When asked "When you meet Keith Moon in the afterlife, what will your first words of greeting be?" he replied "You owe me £5,000 back-rent. (He died in a flat I rented for him from Harry Nilsson .)"  
Mary Hopkin person Harry Nilsson wrote "The Puppy Song " for Mary Hopkin who recorded it for her first album.  
Armond White person In the New York Press , White called the use of Harry Nilsson's He Needs Me in director Paul Thomas Anderson's Punch-Drunk Love as "the first stroke of genius Anderson has ever come up with."
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, and ...
Nikki Sixx person On May 23, 1995, bassist Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue and his wife, Brandi named their newborn son "Decker Nilsson ." The rocker said the baby's name came to him in a dream and that Harry Nilsson was an old friend.
Nilsson Sings Newman music_note Paul Williams recorded the short song "Nilsson Sings Newman " which mentions both Harry Nilsson and Randy Newman :   You don't like Schumann Or Randy Newman And Nilsson's not your cup of tea You say Van Heusen is the shirt worth choosin' ...
Henry Diltz person Henry Diltz is best known as one of the great rock and roll photographers. But in the early 1960s he was a member of the Modern Folk Quartet who recorded Nilsson's "This Could Be the Night ."   I played the banjo and harmonica and sang--we were actually a vocal group. I mean, we all played ...
Sylvester Stallone person Harry Nilsson's Bel Air, California , home at 10549 Rocca Place overlooked the home of actor Sylvester Stallone. Harry joked about being able to watch women swimming in Stallone's pool. [1]   I know you! You're the guy who showed me how to do it. Who showed me how you can make a h ...
Pussy Cats Starring the Walkmen album Over a period of just ten days in 2006, The Walkmen recorded a song-by-song cover of Harry Nilsson's Pussy Cats album.   In January of 2006, while finishing the final mix of  A Hundred Miles Off , members of The Walkmen joked about recreating ...
Eric Carmen person John Lennon invited Eric Carmen and Mike McBride of the Raspberries to provide hand claps for Harry Nilsson's recording of Loop de Loop .
Dustin Hoffman person "Comic Relief VI" was broadcast live on HBO the evening of January 15, 1994. Although two of the hosts, Robin Williams and Whoopi Goldberg , had worked with Harry Nilsson , it was Dustin Hoffman who took a moment to mention the passing of Harry Nilsson who died earlier that day.
Rick L. Christian person Steve Cropper and Donald "Duck" Dunn came from L.A. to Memphis to record some stuff on the Blues Brothers ( John Belushi / Dan Aykroyd ) at Shoe Production Studios in 1978. They heard my song 'I Don't Need You,' which I had released on Mercury Records through Juddie Phillips . They ...
Mark Lapidos person Mark Lapidos started Beatlefest (now "The Fest for Beatles Fans ") in 1974.   On April 28, 1974, Lapidos joined 100,000 others in New York's Central Park for the March of Dimes Walkathon. John Lennon and Harry Nilsson were on hand to emcee the start of the event. Lapidos wore his new ...
Ray Bradbury person The name of Harry Nilsson's first RCA album, Pandemonium Shadow Show , is from Ray Bradbury's 1962 novel Something Wicked This Way Comes .
Barbara Bach person Although her husband, Ringo Starr was out of the country, Barbara Bach attended Harry Nilsson's funeral.
Melanie person When asked in 1994 "Do you have any songs that you'd like to cover?" Melanie replied "Harry Nilsson's ' Mournin' Glory Story ' from the 1968 LP Harry is one I've always loved. God, it was a shame about Harry [passing away]."[1]       [1] ...
Sinead O'Connor person O'Conner recorded Harry Nilsson's "I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City " for the soundtrack of the film You've Got Mail . Originally, the song was intended to be used in the film, but at the last minute it was replaced by Nilsson's original version. O'Conner's version still appears on ...
Boston Rock Opera person The Boston Rock Opera performed Harry Nilsson's classic album The Point! in concert at Boston's First Night festival, December 31, 2002, at the Park Plaza Castle.   BRO's homage to the classic 1970 album featured vocalists, a six piece band, dancers and puppetry and is a tribute to ...
Rick Jarrard person Rick Jarrard introduced Harry Nilsson to RCA who signed him to a recording contract. Jarrard produced Nilsson first RCA albums.  
Keith Moon person On September 6, 1978, Keith Moon attended a party hosted by Paul McCartney in tribute to Buddy Holly .   At the party, Moon announced his engagement to 28-year old model, Annette Walter-Lax . After the party, Moon and his fiancée went to the apartment owned by Harry Nilsson in which Moon ...
Mama Cass person Shortly after finishing a two-week engagement at London's Palladium , on July 29, 1974, Mama Cass Elliot suffered a heart attack and died in a borrowed apartment owned by Harry Nilsson .  
Watership Down book Watership Down is novel by Richard Adams in which a warren of Berkshire rabbits flee the destruction of their home by a land developer.   When asked "What gift from your father do you remember or cherish the most?" Zak Nilsson , Harry's oldest son, replied, "I think that would have to be a ...
Scott Hamilton person Scott Hamilton skated to Harry Nilsson's perfomance of "How About You " during the "Stars on Ice: 10th Anniversary Tour " in 1996.  
Graham Chapman person In 1998 Q Magazine solicited its readers for questions to ask Ringo Starr .   Michael Cooper of Delmar, New York , asked: In 1974, you made a movie with Harry Nilsson called Son of Dracula directed by Freddie Francis . Any plans to release it on video?   Ringo's response ...
Jonathan Mover person Drummer Jonathan Mover credits Harry Nilsson's The Point! with inspiring his interest in music.   I first got into music when I was a kid through a cartoon called The Point! by Harry Nilsson. I went wild when I saw it; it had great music and a great story. My parents got me the record - ...
Marc Bolan person Marc Bolan, along with Alice Cooper , Harry Nilsson , Keith Moon , and the original Alice Cooper Band recorded a version of "Coconut " which has never been released.  
Lee Blackman person A. Lee Blackman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration at California State University , Northridge, then attended the Graduate School of Business Administration MBA Program at the University of Southern California . He then attended the Loyola University School of Law ...
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 his ...
Ron Sexsmith person Opening act Ron Sexsmith dedicated his debut album to the late Harry Nilsson , which is not a bit surprising. Like Nilsson (especially in his early work), Sexsmith projects the endearing sweetness of an artist willing to open his heart for all to examine. [1]   Ron Sexsmith performed "I Guess ...
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 ...
Harry Nilsson Mailing List circle The Harry Nilsson mailing list was an interactive email discussion of Harry Nilsson and his music.
Alice Cooper person There was a little loft at the Rainbow Room in LA , they only had that for the club: the club was myself, Keith Moon , Ringo Starr , Micky Dolenz , Harry Nilsson , it was that crowd, every night those same people. Every once in a while John Lennon would come into town or Keith Emerson ...
Randy Newman person Pop singer-songwriter Randy Newman was born in New Orleans in 1943 to a family of film musicians and began his own career at age 17 as a songwriter for a music publisher. While studying music composition at UCLA Newman was signed to Reprise Records and dropped out of school to record an ...
The Effects of Past Experience (Harry Nilsson) circle "The Effects of Past Experience (Harry Nilsson)" is a 2011 work by artist Like Stettner . The work consists of two black and white inkjet printouts of a promotional photo of Harry Nilsson . The two images have been digitally altered to be slightly different. ...
I Want My Baby Back music_note The song "I Want My Baby Back" by Jimmie Cross is a "follow-up" to "Leader of the Pack ." In the song Cross and his girlfriend are the ones who ran into the "Leader of the Pack". By the end of the song, he misses his girl so much that he "digs her up" - complete with shovel sounds and the sound ...
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 with ...
Without Her music_note "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. Muir " TV appearance.   Harry recorded a version of Without Her in Italian. The recording date is unknown.    
Choose Love album The liner notes for Ringo Starr's 2005 album, Choose Love , include a brief, but touching mention of Harry Nilsson :   The Best Rock Band In Heaven: John, George and Harry.  
Life Before and After Monty Python: The Solo Flights of the Flying Circus book Harry Nilsson wrote one of the forewords in Life Before and After Monty Python: The Solo Flights of the Flying Circus .  
Kim Johnson person Kim "Howard" Johnson is the author of several books including Life Before and After Monty Python: The Solo Flights of the Flying Circus (with a foreword by Harry Nilsson ) and The First 28 Years of Monty Python .   Johnson mentions Harry Nilsson in a tribute he wrote for fellow Monty ...
Ringo Rama [2003] album Ringo Starr's 2003 album, Ringo Rama features a song dedicated to George Harrison .   The song "Never Without You " features a guitar solo from Eric Clapton and was written by Ringo Starr , producer Mark Hudson , and guitarist Gary Nicholson .   ...
Jerry Smith person During the early 1960s, Harry Nilsson made a brief public singing performance with his friend Jerry Smith. Harry describes it in the article One Last Touch of Nilsson : We did one [performance]. Well, we did half of one. There was an oldies but goodies type show, a road show with all rock 'n' ...
Mal Evans person Malcolm Evans was the road manager and good friend of the Beatles and, later, Harry Nilsson .   On the night of January 4, 1976, Fran Hughes , Mal's live-in girlfriend, called the police to report that Evan's was despondent and had a gun. When the ...
Texas House Concurrent Resolution Number 314 article Harry Nilsson is mentioned in House Concurrent Resolution number 314 introduced in the Texas state House of Representatives by Dale Tillery in May of 1997.     By Tillery H.C.R. No. 314 75R16855 BNL-D ...
You're Breaking My Heart (performed by Peter Wolf and The Houseparty 5) music_note Peter Wolf and The Houseparty 5 recorded Harry Nilsson's "You're Breaking My Heart " for the For the Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson tribute album.   Peter Wolf and The Houseparty 5 & ...
New Nilsson Songs [1967] album Promotional record released by Perry Botkin and Gil Garfield's publishing company to promote Harry's songs. Ten of the album's thirteen tracks were written (or co-written) by Harry Nilsson . The songs are performed by Robin Ward , Jimmie Cross , Jean King ...
You've Got Mail [1998] album The film You've Got Mail features four songs performed by Harry Nilsson . On the soundtrack album, Sinead O'Connor performs "I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City ."  
You've Got M@il: Original Motion Picture Score [1999] album This album features George Fenton's score for You've Got Mail plus two songs from the soundtrack performed by Harry Nilsson .
...That's the Way It Is {Japan, CD, Paper Sleeve} [2007] album
...That's the Way It Is {Japan, CD, Remastered} [2002] album
...That's the Way It Is {Japan, CD} [1995] album
...That's the Way It Is {Saudi Arabia, Cassette} [1978] album This audio cassette release of ...That's the Way It Is includes a few songs from A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night .
...That's the Way It Is {Spain, LP, Non-Gatefold} [1976] album Unlike most 1976 releases of ...That's the Way It Is , this Spanish release does not have a gatefold sleeve.  
...That's the Way It Is {Spain, LP, Promotional} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {Japan, LP, Promotional} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {Australia, LP} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {Canada, LP} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {UK, LP(2)} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {UK, LP} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {Japan, LP} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {Germany, LP} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {UK, Cassette} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {US, 8-track} [1976] album
...That's the Way It Is {US, Cassette} [2002] album
That Is All (Reprise) music_note
...That's the Way It Is [1976] album ...That's the Way It Is consists mostly of covers.   Once again, Harry had trouble with RCA over the title of an album. This time he won.   I wanted to put out an album called 'That's the Way It Is.' They said 'You can't.' I asked why? 'Elvis has ...
A&M Studios, Hollywood, California place Harry Nilsson's The Point! album was recorded at the A&M Records studio in Hollywood, California . A&M Records was located in the building at 1416 N. La Brea which once housed Charlie Chaplin's studio. The building was built for Chaplin in 1917. In 1953, Chaplin helped form ...
Love Songs [2003] album This 2003 compilation contains 16 of Harry Nilsson's love songs.
A Ghost is Born album In a review of Wilco's A Ghost is Born ( Billboard June 26, 2004) Brian Garrity wrote "On 'Hell Is Chrome' and 'Hummingbird,' frontman Jeff Tweedy does his best take on Harry Nilsson , refracting it through an experimental rock prism."[1]     ...
Eighteen With a Bullet: RCA's Catalog of Hits [1999] album Promo-only sampler CD featuring the biggest hits from RCA's music library. Includes Harry Nilsson's performance of "Without You ."
Everybody's Talkin': The Encore Collection {Cassette} [1997] album
Everybody's Talkin': The Encore Collection [1997] album
Because...You Love Me [2005] album This three CD various artists collection includes Harry Nilsson's version of "Without You " along with other romantic songs by Celine Dion , Rick Price , Destiny's Child , Kenny Loggins , Starship , and others.
Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson album The Loser's Lounge released a CD of their April 13, 2001, live tribute to Harry Nilsson called Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson . The CD has been reissued under the name The History of the Loser's Lounge Vol. 3, Loosers, Schmoozers .   ...
Legendary [2000] album Legendary is a nice three-CD, 50-track "Greatest Hits" collection with informative liner notes.    
A Field of Grass theater_comedy First performed in 1993, "A Field of Grass" is a dance set to songs by Harry Nilsson with choreography by Paul Taylor .   An Excerpt from "A Field of Grass"   Short ...
Harry Nilsson Tribute Albums list Many artists have paid tribute to Harry Nilsson by recording or contributing to albums of his songs.   Album Title Artist Nighswonger Sings Nilsson Alyssandra Nighswonger Children of the Night E.J. Gold Loosers, ...
Don't Forget Me music_note Bill Sherman of OakHaus Designs writes in a web review of Pussy Cats :   The sorrowful lyrics of Nilsson's ... "Don't Forget Me " comprise the record's most darkly comic and touching moment. -- Bill Sherman [1] [1] OakHaus Design, Bill ...
An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles book Robert Winter and David Gebhard's updated guide to architecture in the greater Los Angeles area (previously titled Los Angeles: An Architectural Guide ) includes a description of Harry Nilsson's home at 10549 Rocca Place in Bel Air which "can only be seen from the end of Somma Way."  
God's Greatest Hits album No album of this name was released.   God's Greatest Hits was the title originally suggested by Harry Nilsson for the Duit on Mon Dei album. The title was rejected by RCA .   A Japanese CD release of Duit on Mon Dei used the "God's Greatest ...
Hang Out Your Poetry [1993] album Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals on the 1993 album Hang Out Your Poetry by Ceremony . The credits list Harry under the heading "Guests."   The album is produced by Mark Hudson . Some of Harry's other collaborators such as Jim Horn and Jim Keltner ...
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' ."
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Fred Astaire) music_note During his 1975 recording sessions in London, England , Fred Astaire recorded Harry Nilsson's The Wailing of the Willow . The song was released on Astaire's album Attitude Dancing . The song is available in The Complete London Sessions CD box set.
Jump Into the Fire (performed by Tripping Daisy) music_note Tripping Daisy recorded Harry Nilsson's Jump Into the Fire for the soundtrack of the film The Craft . The song is on the soundtrack CD .
Mournin' Glory Story (performed by Jiffipop) music_note Jiffipop's recording of Mournin' Glory Story is dedicated to Harry Nilsson . It appears on the group's 1996 album Demolicious .
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Liza Minnelli) music_note Liza Minnelli recorded Harry Nilsson's The Wailing of the Willow for her 1969 A&M album Come Saturday Morning . The song is also on her 2004 CD When It Comes Down to It 1968-1977 .
Maybe (performed by Barbra Streisand) music_note Barbra Streisand recorded Harry Nilsson's Maybe for her 1971 album Stoney End . The album was produced by Richard Perry and arranged by Perry Botkin .
Coconut (performed by Dale Turner) music_note Dale Turner's Interpretations - Solo Arrangements for Guitar and Voice ends with the guitarist's acoustic version of Harry Nilsson's Coconut .
Open Your Window (performed by Ella Fitzgerald) music_note Ella Fitzgerald's recording of Harry Nilsson's Open Your Window appeared on a single with "Get Ready " (a cover of the Temptations hit written by Smokey Robinson ). The single is from Fitzgerald's 1969 album Things Ain't What They Used To Be which was produced by Richard Perry and is ...
Hamburg Im Regen (performed by Mary Roos) music_note "Hamburg In the Rain " is a song in German set to the tune of Harry Nilsson's Daybreak . The song was recorded by Mary Roos in 1974 and was a hit in Germany.
Cuddly Toy (performed by Hal) music_note Hal included a cover of Harry Nilsson's Cuddly Toy on their 2005 single "Don't Come Running ."
Paradise (performed by Ronettes) music_note The Ronettes recording of Harry Nilsson's Paradise is available on The Best of the Ronettes CD.
This Could Be the Night (performed by Henry Diltz) music_note Photographer Henry Diltz recorded This Could Be the Night for the album The Best of Rodney on the ROQ . The New Jersey band, The Characters played the music. Henry Diltz was a member of the Modern Folk Quartet who recorded the song with Phil Spector as producer in the early ...
Without Her (performed by Joe & Bing) music_note Joseph Knowlton ("Joe") and William Bingham ("Bing") recorded Harry Nilsson's Without Her for their 1971 album Daybreak . The song was not originally included on the album, but is available as a bonus track on the cd reissue .
One (performed by Nathan Lane) music_note Nathan Lane plays "Snowbell" in the films Stuart Little and Stuart Little 2 . In the second film, Snowbell quotes a line from Harry Nilsson's One . The song is on the film's soundtrack CD .
Turn On Your Radio (performed by Dunn & Rubini) music_note Dunn & Rubini's recording of Harry Nilsson's Turn On Your Radio is on the duo's 1976 album Diggin' It .
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Mutual Admiration Society) music_note Mutual Admiration Society , a collaboration between former Toad the Wet Sprocket's front man Glen Phillips and Nickel Creek ( Sean Watkins , Sara Watkins , and Chris Thile ), recorded Think About Your Troubles for their album called Mutual Admiration Society . Only the Mutual ...
One (performed by Music Convention) music_note The New Zealand band, Music Convention , recorded Harry Nilsson's One . It was released by RCA in New Zealand as the a-side of a single (RCA 60452) in 1968.
Little Cowboy (performed by Debi Derryberry) music_note Debi Derryberry performs Harry Nilsson's Little Cowboy on her CD for children called What A Way To Play! .
The Puppy Song (performed by Mary Hopkin) music_note Harry Nilsson wrote The Puppy Song for Mary Hopkin who recorded it for her first album, Postcard .
Coconut (performed by PM Dawn) music_note PM Dawn recorded a medley of songs called Fantasia's Confidential Ghetto . Harry Nilsson's Coconut was the third of the three songs incorporated into Fantasia's Confidential Ghetto on their Jesus Wept album.
Poly High (performed by Harpers Bizarre) music_note Harry Nilsson co-produced Harpers Bizarre's recording of Poli High ( Poly High ).
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Manhattan Inn) music_note The Asylum Street Spankers's cover of Harry Nilsson's Think About Your Troubles appears on their 2007 album Mommy Says No! .
Together (performed by Davy Jones) music_note Davy Jones appeared on the TV program Music Scene on December 22, 1969, singing Harry Nilsson's Together .
Don't Leave Me (performed by Brass Ring) music_note Brass Ring's cover of Harry Nilsson's Don't Leave Me is on the album The Evolution of the Brass Ring ( ITCO ILS10002).
Jump Into the Fire (performed by Elena Powell) music_note Elena Powell's cover of Harry Nilsson's Jump Into the Fire is on her 1999 album Fractal Hoedown .
Without Her (performed by Telly Savalas) music_note Telly Savalas recorded Harry Nilsson's Without Her for his 1974 MCA album Telly .
Jump Into the Fire (performed by Russ Tolman) music_note Russ Tolman's version of Harry Nilsson's Jump Into the Fire was released on his 1988 album Down in Earthquake Town .
Maybe (performed by Labi Siffre) music_note Labi Siffre's version of Harry Nilsson's Maybe is on Siffre's 1997 album It Must Be Love .
Coconut (performed by Dannii Minogue) music_note Coconut was a "hidden track" on some editions of Dannii Minogue's CD Girl . Her recording of Harry Nilsson's song is also on the album Singles .
Here I Sit (performed by Ronettes) music_note The Ronettes recording of Harry Nilsson's Here I Sit is available on The Best of the Ronettes CD.
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Astrud Gilberto) music_note Astrud Gilberto's recording of Harry Nilsson's The Wailing of the Willow is available on Gilberto's CD Talkin' Verve: Roots Of Acid Jazz
Alice Cooper, Golf Monster: A Rock 'n' Roller's 12 Steps to Becoming a Golf Addict book In Golf Monster , which combines a golf manual and an autobiography, Alice Cooper includes a description of his drinking days hanging out with the Hollywood Vampires . Harry Nilsson was one of the "Vampires."    
A Grand Guy: The Art and Life of Terry Southern book A biography of Terry Southern which details his life and work, including his collaborations (such as his work on the screenplay for The Telephone ) with Harry Nilsson .
Water Magic: Healing Bath Recipes for the Body, Spirit, and Soul book For the "Mystical Sex Bath," a combination of oils are described and romantic music is suggested: "Chopin's piano waltzes or Harry Nilsson's A Little Touch of Schmilsson In the Night ."  
Basket Case book In Carl Hiaasen's novel, Basket Case , the main character writes newspaper obituaries and as a result is obsessed with death and has memorized the ages that celebrities were when they died.   During the course of the novel, he asks a friend how old her ...
In My Life: John Lennon Remembered book The trade paperback is based on the Radio 1 series of the same name. The book presents John Lennon's story through his own words and those of his relatives, friends and colleagues including Yoko Ono , Harry Nilsson , George Martin and others.
Loving John : The Untold Story book May Pang's memoir describes her time with Harry Nilsson and John Lennon during Lennon's "Lost Weekend ."    
Whatever Happened To...? The Great Rock And Pop Nostalgia Book book Harry Nilsson is one of the 200+ rock and pop stars listed in this book.    
Lennon In America: 1971-1980, Based in Part on the Lost Lennon Diaries book In Lennon in America author Geoffrey Giuliano makes many sensational claims about John Lennon . Giuliano claims that his primary source was a copy of John Lennon's diaries given to the author by Harry Nilsson .   I never met Harry Nilsson, but as a fan ...
The New Chinese Astrology book Author Suzanne White describes Harry Nilsson as one of several performers (including Paul McCartney ) born in the year of the Horse, 1942. There's just one problem ....   (The mention of Harry was removed from later editions.)    
Top Pop Scene: All the Stars book Includes four pages about Harry Nilsson with five photos (one full page).
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood book Eric Burdon briefly talks about Harry Nilsson in his autobiography. He met Nilsson during the period when John Lennon and Harry were hanging out together in Los Angeles.
The First 28 Years of Monty Python book Harry Nilsson is mentioned in this revised version of Kim Johnson's .
Caribbean Cocktails book Jennifer Trainer Thompson's is a collection of over 60 cocktail recipes. Thompson provides recommended music to accompany each drink. For "Sour Coconut" (rum, coconut-milk, and sour-mix) she recommends Coconut by Harry Nilsson .
Purposeful Play: Early Childhood Movement Activities on a Budget book An execise to improve a child's upper-body strength suggests making the experience more fun by giving the child a fishing hat to wear and playing music with "a fishing or ocean theme such as the song Blanket for a Sail by Harry Nilsson ."
John Lennon: The Lost Weekend book May Pang describes her time with Harry Nilsson and John Lennon during Lennon's "Lost Weekend ."
The Bartender's Best Friend: A Complete Guide to Cocktails, Martinis, and Mixed Drinks book Includes a recipe for "Coco Loco" which is described as "A drink for fans of Harry Nilsson ." The drink is made of tequila, rum, gin, and grenadine. It's served in a coconut with a slice of lime as a garnish.
Kissing Bill O'Reilly, Roasting Miss Piggy: 100 Things to Love and Hate about TV book Ken Tucker enumerates the best and worst on television. Harry Nilsson's The Point! makes the list in the "Best" column. "Sweet but never sappy, The Point! is a near-forgotten little remnant of late-counterculture mass culture outreach whose melodies live on in the back of some of our ...
Andy Warhol Diaries book Andy Warhol's entry for October 9, 1984, describes attending the birthday party for Sean Lennon that was held at the Dakota just before the radio broadcast of : The cake was a big blond grand piano. Sean was the one who had the idea that it should be a piano. He has a piano in his ...
Beatles Undercover book Beatles Undercover by Kristofer Engelhardt is an anthology of all the artists the Beatles , either collectively or individually, recorded with, wrote for, and produced. Each artist's tracks have excellent session listings. The section on Harry Nilsson is very accurate and lovingly written ...
The Boy Who Knew Everything book An article in the October, 1990, issue of L.A. Magazine reported that Harry Nilsson had several plans. These plans included writing a childrens book called .
Goodbye: In Search of Gordon Jenkins book Bruce Jenkins's biography of his father, Gordon Jenkins includes information about the recording of Harry Nilsson's A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night album. Jenkins arranged and conducted the music for Nilsson's album of pop standards. The younger Jenkins attended the London ...
Film, Television, and Stage Music On Phonograph Records: A Discography book Harry Nilsson's work for TV and the movies is covered in .
Cousin Brucie: My Life in Rock 'N' Roll Radio book New York disk jockey Cousin Brucie describes his career. The book includes a photograph of Harry Nilsson .
Laurel Canyon: The Inside Story of Rock-and-Roll's Legendary Neighborhood book Harry Nilsson is briefly mentioned in Michael Walker's book about Laurel Canyon and the rock musicians who lived there.
Phil Spector: Back to Mono 1958 - 1969 book This 308 page songbook includes the music and lyrics for Harry Nilsson's Paradise along with a photo of Nilsson.
Global Architecture Houses 9 book This exploration of "new waves in American architecture" includes Harry Nilsson's 10549 Rocca Place Bel Air home which was designed by Eugene Kupper .
Magnolia: Songs by Aimee Mann book Song book which includes the music and lyrics for Harry Nilsson's One . Includes four-color photos of Aimee Mann and shots from the film
West Coast Story book This book about west coast music of the '60s includes a chapter about Harry Nilsson . B&W and Color photos. 96 pages.
Ballad of John and Yoko book The book presents interviews about John Lennon . Those interviewed include Harry Nilsson .
Los Angeles: An Architectural Guide book Harry Nilsson's 10549 Rocca Place home is listed in this guide to Los Angeles architecture.
Meet the Beatles ... Again! book Subtitled "A Collection of Memories and Comments From Today's Most Influential Personalities And the Fab Four Themselves" this book features quotes from and photos of the Rolling Stones , Who , David Bowie , REM , Kiss , Beach Boys , Lenny Kravitz , Kinks ...
Postcards from the Boys book Ringo Starr's includes a story about Ringo and Harry Nilsson looking for Johann Strauss in Austria and, instead, finding Robert Altman in Denmark.
Freestyle: The New Architecture and Interior Design from Los Angeles book Tim Street-Porter's Freestyle ushers readers into the revolutionary houses of a group of provocative architects and designers, including Frank Gehry , Eric Moss , and Peter Shire . 260 color photos including a photo of Harry Nilsson's Bel Air, California , home (designed by Eugene Kupper ...
Singer-Songwriters: Pop Music's Performer-Composers, from A to Zevon book This 306 page book describes 208 of the most popular singer-songwriters since the 1950s including Harry Nilsson .
Casualties of Rock book Harry Nilsson is one of the rock musicians whose death is discussed in this book.
Every Night's a Saturday Night: The Rock 'n' Roll Life of Legendary Sax Man Bobby Keys book Bobby Keys played sax for many of Harry Nilsson's album sessions. He was also Nilsson's friend and drinking buddy. Key's memoir includes descriptions of some of the work he did with Harry as well as their time together outside the recording studio.
Defiled: After Dark Portfolio book This book contains graphic and explicit photographs of many celebrities including Harry Nilsson .
Keith Moon 'Instant Party': Musings, Mermories and Minutiae book Alan Clayson's book about Keith Moon of The Who includes portions of an interview with Harry Nilsson .
The Harry Nilsson Anthology book contains twenty-five of Harry Nilsson's best songs arranged for guitar and piano. It also includes many photographs and an introduction by A. Lee Blackman .
The Tombstone Tourist: Musicians book Harry Nilsson is one of those listed in this guide to the final resting places of musicians.
Songwriters: A Biographical Dictionary With Discographies book Harry Nilsson is included in this reference of 1,054 composers and lyricists of popular nineteenth-and twentieth-century songs in the U.S. and United Kingdom. 633 pages. Index.
Fifty Years Adrift (In An Open-Necked Shirt) book This limited-edition 650-page autobiography of Beatles publicist Derek Taylor was published using antique laid paper; hand-bound in calf leather with gilt tooled on the spine and page edges; and enclosed in a hard sleeve. Each copy is signed by both Taylor ...
How to Be a Working Comic: An Insider's Guide to a Career in Stand-Up Comedy book In an interview with the author of How to Be a Working Comic: An Insider's Guide to a Career in Stand-Up Comedy , Tommy Smothers reveals what led up to the infamous "Troubadour " incident. After the cancellation of the Smothers Brothers TV show, Tommy performed as a solo act: I had ...
The Nilsson Anthology book The Nilsson Anthology contains twenty-five of Harry Nilsson's best songs arranged for guitar and piano. The songbook includes many photographs and an introduction by Lee Blackman .    
The John Lennon Affair book Harry Nilsson appears as a character in Robert S. Levinson ’s novel The John Lennon Affair . The book is a detective story featuring Neil Gulliver , a famous L.A. journalist who lives with (but is divorced from) soap star Stevie Marriner . The ...
Around the Bend [2004] album This soundtrack for the 2004 Warner Independent Pictures feature Around the Bend includes selections from Golden Globe nominated composer David Baerwald's score, as well as choice song selections from a collection of rock 'n' roll legends including ...
Camp Candy music_note Harry Nilsson recorded the theme song for John Candy's "Camp Candy " - a Saturday morning animated show for kids.
Toy Boat music_note ' Toy Boat " is one of Harry Nilsson's demos recorded for Yoko Ono for the Every Man Has a Woman album.   The song did not appear on the album and Harry's version is unreleased.   Toy Boat ...
Life Line: The Songs of Nilsson 1967-1971 [1999] album Promotional-only release by the publisher of most of Harry Nilsson's music.
Harry Sings Zapata [1978] album No album of this name was ever released.   Harry Nilsson considered releasing an album of the songs he co-wrote for the play Zapata . The album might have been called Harry Sings Zapata .
Hollywood Dreamer [2001] album This 24-track CD contains Harry Nilsson's original demos done in 1962 with Scott Turner . On seventeen of the tracks, the overdubbed music that was done in subsequent sessions in Los Angeles, California and Nashville, Tennessee has been removed, returning ...
Pandemonium Shadow Show {Japanese CD Reissue} [2002] album This Japanese release of Harry Nilsson's first RCA album, Pandemonium Shadow Show , includes the mono single version of She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune .
Love [2005] album This various artists collection from France includes Harry Nilsson's "The Wailing Of The Willow ."
Love Tales 4 album This various artists collection from Taiwan includes Harry Nilsson's recording of Without You .
Baron Wolman person Baron Wolman  photographed Harry Nilsson for an article, "At Home With Los Angeles' Pop Stars " which appeared in the December, 1968, issue of Eye Magazine . The striking photo shows Harry at home posing in front of a piano and "a 1905 Victor Talking ...
Myself [1990] album No album of this title was ever released. It is just a joke title.   I've always sort of written for myself. Maybe that's what I'll call my new album - Myself . -- Harry Nilsson [1]   [1] Los Angeles Magazine , Michael Szymanski (1990-10) ...
Shrink Rap music_note "Shrink Rap," a nine-minute long song, is one of the tracks Harry recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. [1]     [1] Los Angeles Magazine , Michael Szymanski (1990-10) "Comeback Schmumback, The Return of Son of Schmilsson ...
Oblio's Dream business Oblio's Dream was a fashion store in Palm Beach, Florida (and in South Hampton ) started by Oblio Wish and her partner, Rick Carroll . [1]   Although the store is named for its owner, there is a Harry Nilsson connection. As reported in USA Today :   Oblio's Dream [..] the ...
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' ."  
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 ."  
Pandemonium Shadow Show {Promotional} [1967] album Promotional box set with a biography, information sheet, lyrics for all Nilsson compositions, a button, two 8x10 photographs, a poster, and balloons.
Pandemonium Shadow Show {US CD Reissue} [1995] album Pandemonium Shadow Show is Harry's first album for RCA .
Perfect Day: The Songs Of Nilsson 1971-1993 [2006] album Warner/Chappell , Harry Nilsson's music publisher, released this promotional CD in 2006.
Pandemonium Shadow Show {Monophonic LP} [1967] album Monophonic version.
Everybody's Talkin' - The Very Best Of Harry Nilsson [2000] album Everybody's Talkin' - The Very Best Of Harry Nilsson includes an alternate version of Joy with an extra lead pedal steel guitar overdub and the omission of the second "...things went good, things went bad, good, bad,good,bad..." verse in favor of a steel ...
Practical Magic: Music From The Motion Picture [1998] album Harry Nilsson's "Coconut " is featured in the soundtrack of the film Practical Magic .  
Rock N Roll [1969] album Pickwick's budget re-issue of the Spotlight on Nilsson album is missing the song "The Path That Leads to Trouble ."
Popeye [1980] album The soundtrack to the film Popeye , starring Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall , was produced, and "augmented" by Harry Nilsson with music arranged and conducted by Van Dyke Parks . The basic tracks were recorded on location in Malta by The Falcons ...
Save the Last Dance for Me [1976] album A "greatest hits" collection.
Skidoo / The Point! [2000] album The Point! and Skidoo on one CD.
Harry {Stereophonic LP} [1969] album Harry was Harry Nilsson's first album to break into Billboard's Top 200 album chart. It hit #120 and remained on the chart for 15 weeks.
Shanghai Knights [2003] album The soundtrack of the film Shanghai Knights includes Harry Nilsson singing One .
Reservoir Dogs [1992] album The soundtrack for Reservoir Dogs includes Harry Nilsson's "Coconut ."
Sin Ti [1971] album Nilsson Schmilsson was released in Argentia as Sin Ti ("Without You") with song names listed in Spanish on the cover.   The translated song titles are:   Side A: Tengo que levantarme Alejandome por el camino Por la manana temprano Balada del rayo de luna Caido   Side B: ...
Skidoo {Stereophonic LP} [1968] album Skidoo , an Otto Preminger film, featured stars such as Jackie Gleason , Carol Channing , Groucho Marx , and Burgess Meredith . Harry Nilsson wrote the entire score, made a cameo appearance as a prison tower guard, and sang the credits.
Son of Schmilsson {Netherlands LP Reissue} [1980] album
Son of Dracula {8-track} [1974] album Son of Dracula is the soundtrack album from the film Son of Dracula starring Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr .   An iron-on transfer was included with the album.   I wanted this scene where Dracula and his girlfriend are talking romantically while playing ping-pong, but Ringo ...
Son of Schmilsson {US CD Reissue} [1988] album Son of Schmilsson was released while Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold.   At the end of the Son of Schmilsson album Richard Perry says "Goodbye, Harry" to which Harry replies, ...
Spotlight on Nilsson {1966 Stereophonic LP} [1966] album
Spotlight on Nilsson {1967 Stereophonic LP} [1967] album Reissue.
Strange Pussies [1974] album No album of this name was released.   Strange Pussies was the title originally suggested by Harry Nilsson and John Lennon for the Pussy Cats album. The title was rejected by RCA .     Strange Pussies ...
The Best of Nilsson {Japanese} [1977] album
The Masters [1997] album
The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress [2004] album Jimmy Webb and Harry Nilsson's duet of Webb's "Love Hurts " is included in this collection spanning Webb's career.
Nilsson '62 - The Debut Sessions [1996] album Nilsson '62 - The Debut Sessions contains much of the material from the US Early Tymes album and adds some other unreleased songs from the same sessions only recently remastered (most songs were written by Scott Turner with Harry getting two joint ...
Everybody's Talkin' [2001] album
Everybody's Talkin': The Very Best Of Harry Nilsson [2006] album    
...That's the Way It Is / Knnillssonn [2002] album The CD booklet for the "two-fer" reissue CD reproduces all the artwork and text of the original album covers and includes new liner notes by Curtis Armstrong .
Duit on Mon Dei / Sandman [2002] album Curtis Armstrong wrote the liner notes for the Duit on Mon Dei / Sandman "two-fer" (two albums on a single CD). Curtis interviewed Perry Botkin and Van Dyke Parks for the article.   There are no bonus tracks on the CD.
Daddy's Got a Brown New Robe [1994] album No album of this title was ever released.   Daddy's Got a Brown New Robe (or Papa's Got a Brown New Robe or Lost and Found ) is the title that Harry Nilsson proposed for the album he recorded during the last year of his life. Harry also mentioned that he had planned to write an ...
Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology {Cassette} [1995] album Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology is a collection of Harry's best. Produced with the help of Nilsson and his wife Una Nilsson , the album contains 21 tracks spread across two tapes. Included is a nice booklet with a biography and photographs.
Without Her Without You - The Very Best of Nilsson Vol. 1 [1990] album
Nilsson Schmilsson {US Deluxe CD Reissue} [2004] album Nilsson Schmilsson was reissued by BMG on January 13, 2004. Harry Nilsson's best-selling album was remastered and included extensive liner notes and a number of bonus tracks.   The CD includes several bonus tracks:   Si No Estas Tu Nilsson's ...
Without You/Early in the Morning [1991] album This CD from Korea is an unofficial re-issue of Nilsson Schmilsson .
The Point! {US Deluxe CD Reissue} [2002] album BMG's deluxe reissue of The Point! was released on November 19, 2002. The album was re-mastered for the CD which is in a slipcase with two booklets. One booklet is the comic book. The other contains new liner notes and art, including the original "Point!" ...
So You Are A Star: The Best Of The Hudson Brothers [1995] album Harry Nilsson is credited as a performer on the Hudson Brothers's So You Are A Star: The Best Of The Hudson Brothers album.
Wonsaponatime [1998] album In this subset of the John Lennon Anthology collection, Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals for "Only You ."
A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night {Best Buy LP Reissue} [1981] album A "Best Buy" reissue.    
A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night {Australian} [1973] album The Starcall label, a division of RCA in Australia, released a version of the A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night album.  
A Child's Celebration of Lullaby [1997] album This collection contains Harry Nilsson's recording of his lullaby, "Blanket for a Sail ."   Nilsson's name is misspelled as "Nilssen " on the album's cover.  
Duit on Mon Dei {1981 Japanese CD Reissue} [1981] album
Lost and Found {Losst And Founnd} music_note
The Land of Point theater_comedy "' The Land of the Point " is a 1987 play by Artie L. Whyte based on Harry Nilsson's The Point! .
Yo Dodger Blue {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Woman Oh Woman {Losst And Founnd} music_note
U.C.L.A. {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Try {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Lullaby {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Love Is the Answer {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Hi-Heel Sneakers/Rescue Boy Medley {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Yesterday music_note During the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions Harry recorded a medley of "Yesterday " and "Georgia On My Mind ."  
Georgia On My Mind music_note During the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions Harry Nilsson recorded a medley of "Yesterday " and "Georgia On My Mind ."   Ray Charles's recording of "Georgia on My Mind " was a hit in 1960. The song was later adopted as the state song of Georgia.   When Paul McCartney composed the ...
Harry Nilsson on John Lennon auto_stories The most important thing I learned from him was to follow through, to finish what you start. If you say you’re going to send someone a postcard, send a postcard. He always followed through. -- Harry Nilsson (1980) [1]   We were good friends. We were roommates twice, once in New York ...
On Vine Street: the Early Songs of Randy Newman [2008] album This collection of early recordings of songs by Randy Newman includes Harry Nilsson's performance of So Long Dad .
Coronation Street:40th Anniversary [2000] album This various artists collection was released in 2000 in honor of the 40th anniversary of the British soap opera Coronation Street . It includes Harry Nilsson's version of Without You .
Beatlemania / Volume 2 {CD} [2004] album Each copy of Mojo magazine's September, 2004, issue included one of two CDs of Beatles songs recorded by various artists. Harry Nilsson's recording of She's Leaving Home is on one of the two CDs.
Pussy Cats {US CD Reissue} [1996] album Produced by John Lennon , Pussy Cats was recorded during John's "Lost Weekend" in Los Angeles, California . Harry injured his vocal cords during the recording sessions. After recording A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night Harry announced that ...
Knnillssonn {2002 Japanese CD Reissue} [2002] album Knnillssonn was Harry's last album for RCA . He felt it was not promoted well enough by RCA so he asked to be let out of his contract. Harry has said that Knnillssonn is his favorite of his albums. When asked about the name of the album, Harry ...
Pussy Cats {US Deluxe CD Reissue} [1999] album Produced by John Lennon , Pussy Cats was recorded during John's "Lost Weekend" in Los Angeles, California . Harry injured his vocal cords during the recording sessions. After recording A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night Harry announced that ...
The Point! {Japanese CD Reissue} [2002] album The Point! is the soundtrack of Harry's animated TV special. The Point! aired on ABC TV in early 1971. The TV program was narrated by Dustin Hoffman . The album is narrated by Harry. The album reached #25 during a 32-week stay on the charts. The needle ...
Ringo {LP} [1973] album Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals for You're Sixteen .
Stay Awake {CD} [1988] album Various artists perform Disney songs. Harry Nilsson sings Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah .
Greatest Hits {Japanese CD} [2002] album Twenty-one of Harry Nilsson's greatest hits on one CD.
Nilsson Schmilsson {Japanese CD Reissue} [2002] album Nilsson Schmilsson is Harry's best-selling album. It spent nearly one year on the charts, reaching #3, and going gold. A poster was included with the album. "That album was a great meeting [of minds] ... I was so glad to meet Richard Perry , because he ...
Stop and Smell the Roses {LP} [1981] album Harry Nilsson produced and sang backing vocals for Back Off Boogaloo , Drumming is My Madness , and Stop and Take the Time to Smell the Roses .
Son of Schmilsson {UK CD Reissue} [2000] album Son of Schmilsson was released while Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold. At the end of the Son of Schmilsson album Richard Perry says "Goodbye, Harry" to which Harry replies, "See ya ...
Scruffety {LP} [1969] album
Son of Dracula {Stereophonic LP} [1974] album Son of Dracula is the soundtrack album from the film Son of Dracula starring Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr . An iron-on transfer was included with the album. "I wanted this scene where Dracula and his girlfriend are talking romantically while ...
Nilsson Sings Newman {8-track} album All songs on Nilsson Sings Newman are by Randy Newman . Nilsson Sings Newman did not make it into the Billboard album chart but was awarded "Record of the Year " by Stereo Review . The car in the painting on the front cover is a 1938 Graham . Nilsson Sings Newman was the first ...
The Point! {DCC CD Reissue} [1998] album The Point! is the soundtrack of Harry Nilsson's animated TV special. The Point! aired on ABC TV in early 1971. The TV program was narrated by Dustin Hoffman . The album is narrated by Harry. The album reached #25 during a 32-week stay on the charts. ...
The Point! {US CD Reissue} [1989] album The Point! is the soundtrack of Harry's animated TV special. The Point! aired on ABC TV in early 1971. The TV program was narrated by Dustin Hoffman . The album is narrated by Harry. The album reached #25 during a 32-week stay on the charts. The needle ...
Son of Schmilsson {Stereophonic LP} [1972] album Son of Schmilsson was released while Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold. A poster was included with the original LP release of the album. At the end of the Son of ...
Greatest Hits {CD} [2002] album Twenty-one of Harry Nilsson's greatest hits on one CD.
Son of Schmilsson {Best Buy LP Reissue} [1981] album A "Best Buy " reissue. Son of Schmilsson was released while Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold. "Songs come differently each time, each album is unique. In Africa , the year before last, ...
John Randolph Marr [1970] album
Son of Schmilsson {Japanese CD Reissue} [2002] album Son of Schmilsson was released while Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold. At the end of the Son of Schmilsson album Richard Perry says "Goodbye, Harry" to which Harry replies, "See ya ...
Bridget Jones's Diary 2: More Music from the Motion Picture {CD} [2001] album The second soundtrack album from the film Bridget Jone's Diary includes Harry Nilsson's performance of Without You .
Nilsson Schmilsson {US CD Reissue} [1986] album Nilsson Schmilsson is Harry's best-selling album. It spent nearly one year on the charts, reaching #3, and going gold. A poster was included with the album. "That album was a great meeting [of minds] ... I was so glad to meet Richard Perry , because he ...
Nilsson Schmilsson {Quad LP} [1973] album Quadrophonic release. Nilsson Schmilsson is Harry's best-selling album. It spent nearly one year on the charts, reaching #3, and going gold. A poster was included with the album. "That album was a great meeting [of minds] ... I was so glad to meet ...
Dusty and Sweets McGee {LP} [1971] album Harry Nilsson's performance of Don't Leave Me is on the soundtrack of the film Dusty and Sweets McGee .
Nilsson Schmilsson {Quad 8-track} [1973] album Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Schmilsson was released as a quadrophonic eight-track tape. The songs were remixed to take advantage of the four-channel play back.
They Came from Outer Space: The Alien Songbook [1998] album They Came from Outer Space: The Alien Songbook is a Dr. Demento compilation which includes "Slime Creatures from Outer Space" performed by Weird Al Yankovic , "The Flying Saucer, Parts 1 & 2" by Bill Buchanan and Dickie Goodman , "The Purple People Eater" by Sheb Wooley , Spaceman ...
Knnillssonn {Japanese CD Reissue} [1995] album Knnillssonn was Harry's last album for RCA . He felt it was not promoted well enough by RCA so he asked to be let out of his contract. Harry has said that Knnillssonn is his favorite of his albums. When asked about the name of the album, Harry ...
Nilsson Schmilsson {Mobile Fidelity Gold CD} [1991] album Gold CD. Nilsson Schmilsson is Harry's best-selling album. It spent nearly one year on the charts, reaching #3, and going gold. A poster was included with the album. "That album was a great meeting [of minds] ... I was so glad to meet Richard Perry ...
Eddie is a Punk [1998] album This album by Brandon Cruz includes Harry Nilsson singing and playing piano for Cruz's punk version of Best Friend .
Nilsson Schmilsson {24 Karat Gold Disc CD Reissue} [1995] album "24 Karat Gold Disc." Nilsson Schmilsson is Harry's best-selling album. It spent nearly one year on the charts, reaching #3, and going gold. A poster was included with the album. "That album was a great meeting [of minds] ... I was so glad to meet ...
Nilsson Schmilsson {UK CD Reissue} [2000] album Nilsson Schmilsson is Harry Nilsson's best-selling album. It spent nearly one year on the charts, reaching #3, and going gold. "That album was a great meeting [of minds] ... I was so glad to meet Richard Perry , because he was thinking the same thing I was ...
Bill Martin's Concerto for Headphones and Contra-Buffoon in Asia Minor {LP} [1970] album Bill Martin's comedy album was produced by Harry Nilsson and Hank Cicalo .
Nilsson Schmilsson {180 gram LP Reissue} [2002] album Simply Vinyl released the Midnight Cowboy soundtrack on LP in 1999 and Nilsson Schmilsson on LP in 2002. The following is the description of Nilsson Schmilsson from Simply Vinyl's web site: Well, here's a classic [...] from an artist who is only ...
Artifacts III [1995] album This four-CD set consists of bootleg tracks from The Beatles solo careers. It includes a recording of the session from 1974 featuring John Lennon , Paul McCartney , Stevie Wonder , and Harry Nilsson .   See also: A Toot and a Snore  
Party from Outer Space music_note Harry Nilsson appears briefly (as "Lassie ") in "Party From Outer Space " from Albert Brooks's album A Star is Bought .   Party from Outer Space   The song is a parody of ...
April * Blackwood Music Presents....Songs From The Charts [1977] album This 4-LP promotional set with 42 popular hits from the '60s and '70s includes Remember (Christmas) by Harry Nilsson .
Det Kan Val Va Sa Har music_note The Wailing of the Willow in Swedish.    
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.   ...
I Yam What I Yam music_note Robin Williams (as Popeye) sings "I Yam What I Yam" in the film Popeye .
How About You music_note Harry Nilsson performed "How About You " for the soundtrack of Terry Gilliam's The Fisher King .   Ralph Freed wrote the lyrics of "How About You ." The music was composed by Burton Lane . The song was written for the 1941 film Babes on Broadway . It was performed in the movie by ...
Leggenda music_note When Harry Nilsson decided to release an Italian -language version of "Without You " ("Per Chi ") in Italy , he found out that he was required to include an Italian song on the single. Therefore, he recorded "Leggenda " for the B-side.
Per Chi music_note "For Who" - "Without You " sung in Italian.  
Time Takes Time [1998] album "...the drummer's most consistent, wide-awake album since Ringo from 1973...stands as heartening proof that Mr. Starkey has something to offer at fifty-two... " -- Rolling Stone
Nilsson Schmilsson {Quad Reel-to-Reel} [1973] album Harry Nilsson's best-selling album was released in three four-track (quadrophonic) versions - LP, eight-track, and reel-to-reel.
Aerial Pandemonium Ballet {Japanese CD Reissue} [2002] album
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 ...
Knnillssonn {US CD Reissue} [1995] album Knnillssonn was Harry's last album for RCA . He felt it was not promoted well enough by RCA so he asked to be let out of his contract.   Harry has said that Knnillssonn is his favorite of his albums.   When asked about the name of the album, Harry remarked that everyone else ...
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 for ...
The Filler music_note Harry Nilsson recorded this short "filler" for the 8-track release of Aerial Pandemonium Ballet in order to balance the lengths of the tracks and preserve the order of the songs on the tape cartridge.
Aerial Pandemonium Ballet {US CD Reissue} [2000] album Buddha released a remastered Aerial Pandemonium Ballet on CD with bonus tracks and liner notes by Curtis Armstrong . Booklet contains previously unpublished pictures of Harry in the studio by Dean Torrence and a note from Richie Schmitt .   In December, 2000, NME ranked Aerial ...
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 .
Nilsson Sings Newman {Stereophonic LP} [1970] album All songs on Nilsson Sings Newman are by Randy Newman . Nilsson Sings Newman did not make it into the Billboard album chart but was awarded "Record of the Year " by Stereo Review .   The car in the painting on the front cover is a 1938 Graham .   Nilsson Sings Newman was the first ...
Over The Rainbow music_note
Good Old Desk music_note
Goodnight Vienna {CD} [1996] album Goodnight Vienna is an album by Ringo Starr . Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals for "The No No Song " and for "Only You ." The album also contains Ringo's recording of Harry's "Easier For Me " (as "Easy for Me ").  
Dismember Of The Wedding music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Cast And Crew music_note "Cast and Crew " is Harry Nilsson singing the credits for the film Skidoo .   Harry also sang the song during an appearance on the TV show "Playboy After Dark .": That was live. It just happens that in writing that particular thing it was really a lot of work so it stayed with me longer ...
Caroline music_note "Caroline " was the only song Randy Newman wrote specifically for Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Sings Newman album.  
First Impressions Main Theme music_note Harry Nilsson co-wrote and performed the theme song for the television show "First Impressions " starring Brad Garrett .   First Impressions Opening  
Coconut music_note Harry Nilsson's "Coconut " is featured in Quentin Tarantino's cult film Reservoir Dogs and in the critically acclaimed The Ice Storm . It also appears in the 1998 film Practical Magic .   It's a party song. It's a good song to get drunk to. -- Sandra Bullock (star of ...
Down By the Sea {Demo} music_note A bonus track on the Buddha reissue of Pussy Cats , this song was originally released on the Duit On Mon Dei album.   This demo version was produced by John Lennon . It is a totally different take on the song, complete with "island-style" pedal guitar from Sneaky Pete , piano by ...
Best Friend music_note Best Friend is the theme song Harry Nilsson wrote and recorded for the television series "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."   The song has been used in scenes in a number of TV shows such as "The Nanny " and was parodied in "South Park ."   In 2002, the song was used in a public-service ...
A Toot and a Snore in '74 [1992] album This bootleg of a superstar session captures the brief reunion of John Lennon and Paul McCartney with Stevie Wonder , Harry Nilsson , Jesse Ed Davis , and Bobby Keys in a Los Angeles, California recording studio in 1974. Unfortunately, the performance ...
When You Wish Upon a Star music_note Harry Nilsson provides the "whistle" in Ringo Starr's recording of the Disney song "When You Wish Upon a Star ."
Super-Duper Man music_note Super-Duper Man (Jimmie Cross)
Walls & Bridges {Stereophonic} [1974] album An album by John Lennon . Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals on "Old Dirt Road " which was written by Harry and John. Harry later recorded his own version of the song for the Flash Harry album.
Goodnight Vienna [1974] album Goodnight Vienna is an album by Ringo Starr . Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals for "The No No Song " and for "Only You ." Ringo sings Harry's "Easier For Me " (changing the lyric and title to "Easy for Me ").
Me And My Arrow music_note Me and My Arrow is featured in Harry Nilsson's musical adventure The Point! .   It was also used as the music for a series of car commercials in the 1970s.   Plymouth Arrow Commercial ...
70 Years of Recorded Music [1971] album 70 Years of Recorded Music is a special two-LP box set presented to those attending a luncheon given in honor of Robert W. Sarnoff , the Chairman of RCA Corporation by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry at Draper's Hall in London, England , ...
The Birds, The Bees, and The Monkees {US CD Reissue} [1994] album An album by The Monkees . Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals for the song "Auntie's Municipal Court " and plays keyboards for "Zor and Zam ."    
Don't Forget Me {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note Bill Sherman of OakHaus Designs writes in a web review of Pussy Cats : "The sorrowful lyrics of Nilsson's ... Don't Forget Me comprise the record's most darkly comic and touching moment." (http://www.oakhaus.com/singers.html)
To Be a King music_note
Su-Kal-De-Don {Short Version} music_note The b-side of the white-label promotional single for Scottie Jackson's recording of Su-Kal-De-Don is a shorter version of the song.
Onetogether music_note On her 1971 album, Onetogether , Karen Wyman performs a medley of One and Together which is titled Onetogether .
Lamaze music_note Lamaze was apparently recorded as a joke by Harry Nilsson during the sessions for The Story of Eric . This "theme" has a dissonant piano counterpoint and very funny fake French lyrics. Brief but memorable. (Source: Curtis Armstrong )
Oh Paris music_note
Without Her {Italian Version} music_note Harry Nilsson recorded an unreleased version of Without Her in Italian.
Take 54 {Edit} music_note A brief version of take 54 opens Harry Nilsson's Son of Schmilsson album.
If Only I Had a Big White Horse music_note From the musical Zapata .
Put the Lime in the Coconut music_note The Baha Men's version of Harry Nilsson's song Coconut includes new and changed lyrics. Put the Lime In the Coconut is available on the CD Move It Like This .
These Are the Brave music_note From the musical Zapata .
Coconut {Don Pablos Commercial} music_note Don Pablos , a chain of Mexican restaurants, used the tune of Coconut as the music for a TV commercial. The lyrics are sung to the tune of Coconut .
She's Just Laughing At Me music_note Harry Nilsson recorded She's Just Laughing At Me , an Addrisi Brothers song, the same day he recorded Searchin' , The Wailing of the Willow , and Don't Leave Me .
You Are Here {Proposed} music_note According to Diane Nilsson , John Lennon and Harry Nilsson (who had just met) agreed that they would each write a song called You Are Here . Lennon was sponsoring a Yoko Ono exhibit of the same name in London at the time. Lennon's song was released on his Mind Games album in 1975.
Sin Ella music_note Without Her in Spanish.
Postcard music_note
Blackbird music_note Harry tried to record the Beatles song in 3/4 time, but got lost along the way. (Source: Curtis Armstrong )
Good For God {In God We Trust} music_note Harry Nilsson sings an alternate version of Good for God during the closing credits fo Marty Feldman's 1980 film In God We Trust .
Shuffle Off to Buffalo music_note Harry Nilsson and Dr. John recorded a few standards, including "Shuffle Off to Buffalo," during the period after ...That's the Way It Is .
Thinking About Tomorrow music_note Harry Nilsson performed Thinking About Tomorrow as a demo for the Monkees .
Without Her {New Nilsson Songs} music_note Harry Nilsson recorded a version of Without Her for the New Nilsson Songs demo album.
Don't Forget Me {Demo} music_note A vastly different work-through of the Pussy Cats classic. Here, Harry Nilsson and the band take it at a fast pace, with several tempo changes along the way, and some fine drumming.
Down {Son of Dracula} music_note
Thanks for Buying Our Album music_note Dean Torrence wrote new lyrics for Harry Nilsson's Buy My Album . The song is at the end of the soundtrack album for the 1978 TV movie, Deadman's Curve .
I'll Never Leave You {The Point!} music_note A piano/vocal denmo of I'll Never Leave You included as a bonus track on BMG's 2002 reissue of The Point! . "We discovered some time ago that this great Nilsson song was originally intended for The Point! and was only removed at the last minute. We thought the "Point!" version was lost, but ...
Headlines music_note
If Only music_note Harry Nilsson guest starred as a singer named "Tim Seagirt " in an episode of the NBC television series, "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir " titled "The Music Maker ". Harry performs two songs, "Without Her " and "If Only ."
This Could Be the Night {David Cassidy} music_note When David Cassidy recorded This Could Be the Night for his 1975 album The Higher They Climb, The Harder They Fall he added additonal lyrics to the song.
Daybreak {Micky Dolenz - Release Version} music_note
She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune {Monophonic Single Version} music_note
The Boy from Sugarloaf music_note
Daybreak {Micky Dolenz - Promotional Version (Mono)} music_note The promotional single containing Micky Dolenz recording of Daybreak used a different mix of the song. Harry Nilsson produced Dolenz's recording.
Her Eyes music_note
Daybreak {Micky Dolenz - Promotional Version (Stereo)} music_note The promotional single containing Micky Dolenz recording of Daybreak used a different mix of the song.
Oblio's Dance music_note Oblio's Dance is from the score of the London stage production of The Point .
The Art of Making Love music_note
Poly High {Harpers Bizarre} music_note Harry Nilsson was one of the producers of Harpers Bizarre's recording of Nilsson's Poli High .
Is It the Music music_note
I Live in a World music_note Harry Nilsson never released a recording of I Live in a World which was one of the songs he demo'ed for The Monkees .
There's No More Ringo Starr music_note
Fire Dance music_note
Turn Out The Lights {Demo} music_note A bonus track from Buddha's release of Pussy Cats , this is Harry Nilsson's stripped down demo of a song which finally appeared on the DUIT ON MON DEI album. Far from the exuberant, steel-drum-laden version, the demo is more of a quirky lullaby. This version is from the two-inch tapes of these ...
Anybody Home music_note
I'll Take a Tango {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Buffalo Boogaloo music_note
Something True {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Celeste Alone music_note
I'll Be Home {Demo} music_note Demo version of I'll Be Home .
Pretty Soon There'll Be Nothing Left for Everybody {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Courtship of Eddie's Father - Background Cues music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Living Without You {Demo} music_note Demo version.
The Ivy Covered Walls {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Cow's Wrong music_note "Cow's Wrong" is a song by The Beta Band . In BMI's online database, "Cow's Worng" is credited to the members of the band and Harry Nilsson . Since Harry apparently had nothing to do with "Cow's Wrong," the BMI database is probably wrong. Most likely it should have listed a song called ...
Many Rivers to Cross {Quadraphonic} music_note
(Thursday) Here's Why I Did Not Go To Work Today {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
You Can't Do That {APB} music_note This remix was created for the Aerial Pandemonium Ballet but left off the original album. It later appeared as a bonus track on the Buddha reissue.
Sleep Late My Lady Friend {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Harry Nilsson remixed Sleep Late My Lady Friend for the album Aerial Pandemonium Ballet .
How To Write A Song {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note The quadraphonic version of How To Write a Song was released on the quad LP version of Sandman .
Joy {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note An alternate version of Joy is included as a bonus track on the Buddha reissue of Aerial Pandemonium Ballet . This version is not the same as the demo versions on the Camden release.
Subterranean Homesick Blues {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Jesus Christ You're Tall {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Early In The Morning {Demo} music_note Early In the Morning first appeared on the Nilsson Schmilsson album. This early demo (with an even stronger vocal) is included as a bonus track on Buddha's reissue of Aerial Pandemonium Ballet .
Will She Miss Me {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
All My Life {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note Quadraphonic mix.
I Will Take You There {Alternate Version} music_note
Old Forgotten Soldier {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Joy {Guitar Demo} music_note Guitar demo.
Save the Last Dance for Me {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Joy {Piano Demo} music_note Piano demo.
Mucho Mungo-Mt. Elga {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Runaways music_note
Loop de Loop {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
At My Front Door {Son of Dracula} music_note Harry re-recorded At My Front Door for the Son of Dracula album.
Rock Around the Clock {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
26 Plunks music_note
American Flu music_note
She Wandered Through the Garden Fence music_note Procol Harum originally recorded She Wandered Through the Garden Fence for their first, self-titled, album. Harry Nilsson recorded it during his Aerial Ballet sessions. Nilsson's version has not been released.
Gotta Get Up {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note In his book, , Jimmy Webb says that Harry Nilsson wrote Gotta Get Up as a spoof of Webb's "Up, Up, and Away ."
Jump Into the Fire {Demo} music_note Demo version.
Think of Rain music_note Unreleased song recorded during the Aerial Ballet sessions.
Driving Along {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
The Moonbeam Song {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Marry Me a Little music_note Unreleased song recorded during a special session in December of 1969. This Stephen Sondheim song had originally been intended for the musical "Company " but was dropped from the show because Sondheim felt that he could not make it work. A friend of his, named Judy, was a champion of the song ...
Early In The Morning {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Cowboy {Demo} music_note
Baby What You Want Me to Do music_note "Baby What You Want Me to Do" is an unreleased song Harry Nilsson recorded with Bill Martin in 1970. Into this Jimmy Reed blues number, Harry inserts a verse from Scott Turner's Please Mr. Music Man . Harry had recorded Please Mr. Music Man along with 21 other songs during a marathon ...
Love Story {Demo} music_note
Ballin' the Jack music_note Harry Nilsson recorded Ballin' the Jack and several other songs with Dr. John in the Summer of 1976. Ballin' the Jack was written in 1913 by Jim Burris (lyrics) and Chris Smith (music). The song started a dance craze that lasted for almost a decade.
Down {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Sweet Lorraine music_note One of several songs Harry recorded with Dr. John .
Let The Good Times Roll {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
How Can I Be Sure of You music_note This early version of Good for God was recorded along with demos for Nilsson Schmilsson . It was released as a bonus track on the 2004 CD reissue of Nilsson Schmilsson .
Coconut {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Mi Amigo music_note Mi Amigo is a song from Harry Nilsson and Perry Botkin's play "Zapata ." Harry recorded the song in 1978 for a proposed album, Harry Sings Zapata . "Mi Amigo" is a comic dialogue between Zapata and Pancho Villa - with Harry as Zapata.
Jump Into the Fire {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Old Dirt Road {Flash Harry} music_note Harry Nilsson sang backing vocals for Old Dirt Road on John Lennon's Walls & Bridges album. He later recorded his own version of the song on Flash Harry .
I'll Never Leave You {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
The Flying Saucer Song {Demo} music_note A bonus track on Buddha's reissue of Pussy Cats , this demo was produced by John Lennon . Among other arrangement differences, the song-within-a-song is more produced, with multi-tracked harmonies. (Source: Curtis Armstrong )
Without You {Demo} music_note
Best Friend {Brandon Cruz} music_note
Driving Along {Demo} music_note
Blanket For A Sail {For Our Children} music_note In 1990, Harry Nilsson recorded an alternate version of Blanket for a Sail for the album For Our Children . The alternate version begins with the "Little fellow, you're so tired" verse from Little Cowboy .
Gotta Get Up {Demo} music_note
Without You {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Coconut {Demo} music_note The Camden reissue of Nilsson Schmilsson includes a demo version of Coconut .
What Are We Fighting For? music_note What Are We Fighting For? is one of the songs from "Zapata " which Harry recorded for a proposed album called Harry Sings Zapata .
The No No Song {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Old Forgotten Soldier {Demo} music_note
Rainmaker {Single Version} music_note Single version.
Down {Demo} music_note Demo version of the Nilsson Schmilsson song.
You Think You've Got Troubles music_note Unreleased track recorded during the Spotlight On Nilsson sessions for Tower Records .
Everybody's Talkin' {Midnight Cowboy Version} music_note
The Moonbeam Song {Demo} music_note
To The Little Guy music_note
Tonight Song music_note Jay Leno replaced Johnny Carson as host of the Tonight Show in May of 1992. Harry Nilsson wrote Tonight Song as candidate for the new theme song for the show and sent a demo of it to Leno.
Wasting My Time music_note
Yo Dodger Blue, LA Loves You music_note Harry Nilsson was a big fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Los Angeles Dodgers . He wrote Yo Dodger Blue, LA Loves You to be sung by fans in the stadium. Harry appeared on a sports talk radio show on KABC in Los Angeles, California , and played the song for the show's listeners.
Tony's Trip music_note
What Can I Do music_note
Yo Y Mi Flecha music_note "Me and My Arrow" in Spanish.
Too Many Cooks music_note Between March and May 1974, John Lennon was at Record Plant West and Burbank Studios in Los Angeles, California , where he was producing and mixing Harry's Pussy Cats . At the same time Lennon produced a number of all-star jam sessions. At one of these sessions he produced Mick Jagger's ...
What Does A Woman See In A Man music_note Ironically, the man who wrote and sang You're Breaking My Heart censors himself and changes the lyrics to this Jimmy Webb song. Harry Nilsson recorded "What Does a Woman See in a Man" during his Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. In Webb's recording the man "farts in the bed." In Harry's ...
You Are Here music_note "You Are Here" is one of the unreleased tracks Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
The Town (Narration) music_note
What You Goin' To Do When The Rent Comes 'Round? (Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown) music_note
What'll I Do music_note Recorded: March 15-22, 1973
You're Breaking My Heart music_note Recorded April/May 1972.
Travelin' Man music_note
What's Your Sign music_note
You're My Girl music_note
The Tree music_note
When You Fall For A Guy music_note "When You Fall For A Guy" is an unreleased song written by Harry Nilsson .
You're Sixteen music_note Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals on Ringo Starr's recording of You're Sixteen .
The Trial and Banishment (Narration) music_note
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah music_note
Trust In Me music_note Harry Nilsson originally recorded Trust In Me for A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night , but it was not included on the album. Other Recordings: Mildred Bailey's recording of Trust In Me reached #4 on the US charts in 1937. Etta James's recording of Trust In Me reached #30 on ...
Who Pulled The Blues Right Out of the Horn music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Zombie Jamboree (Back to Back) music_note
Turn Out The Lights music_note
Wig Job music_note Harry Nilsson was lounging around Hal Ziger's office in 1963 when someone came in with a song they wanted recorded. Harry recorded a demo of Wig Job and recorded his own Donna I Understand for the B-Side. When an executive at Mercury heard the single, he said "I like the singer and I like ...
245 Lb. Man music_note "245 Lb. Man" is one of the tracks Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
Will She Miss Me music_note
Everybody Loves to Eat music_note Harry Nilsson wrote Everybody Loves to Eat for the film Popeye . Harry recorded a demo version of the song which was not used in the film.
UCLA music_note One of the songs Harry recorded during the Papa's Got a Brand New Robe sessions. "You See L. A..."
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow music_note Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow is one of the tracks Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. Harry invited Carole King to sing backing vocals, but she never showed.
Up The Revolution music_note From the play Zapata .
With a Bullet music_note "With a Bullet" is the A-Side of a limited edition single produced for sale at the Beatlefest conventions. All proceeds from the sales of the single benefit the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence . Harry is backed by Phil Melcher , Buzzy Linhart , and Mark Lapidos .
This Means War music_note A song from the musical Zapata .
Venter music_note "Waiting" translated to Norwegian.
Without Her {Without Him} music_note Females covering Harry Nilsson's Without Her changed the gender to "Without Him."
A Thousand Miles Away music_note
Vi Tva music_note
The World Is Coming To An End music_note
She's Tall music_note Debra Hill , producer of the 1993 TV remake of "The Attack of the 50 ft. Woman ," asked Harry Nilsson to record a song called She's Tall for the film. But the song was not used in the film - it may never have been recorded.
Strange Love music_note One of the tracks Harry recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
She's Yours music_note
Su-Kal-De-Don music_note
Puget Sound music_note
Swee' Pea's Lullaby music_note Robin Williams (as Popeye) sings "Swee' Pea's Lullaby" in the 1980 film Popeye .
Rain music_note
Si No Estas Tu music_note Harry Nilsson recorded Si No Estas Tu which is Without You in Spanish.
Sweet Surrender music_note
Readin' Ridin' And Racin' music_note Readin' Ridin' and Racin' was one of Harry Nilsson's first songs to be recorded. It was recorded by Gary Usher and the Super Stocks . The song's co-writer, Sebastian Stores , introduced Harry to Rick Jarrard at RCA .
Silent Night music_note
Sweethaven music_note
Red Neck music_note Harry recorded this alternate version of 245 Lb. Man during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
Sister Marie music_note
Tainted Woman music_note An unfinished demo which Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
Rescue Boy music_note "Rescue Boy" was originally titled High Heel Sneakers .
Sixteen Tons music_note
Take 54 music_note
Rock Around the Clock music_note Bill Haley and the Comets recorded Rock Around the Clock on April 12, 1954. Although it may not have been the first "rock and roll" recording, it was the one which introduced the new style of music to most of the world. Rock Around The Clock was written in 1953 by Max Freedman and ...
Skidoo music_note
Rose Di Neve music_note "Roses of Snow"
Smile music_note
Tears Dry music_note
Sail Away music_note
Snow music_note Before it was included as a bonus track in Buddha's CD reissue of Nilsson Sings Newman , Snow was described by Curtis Armstrong as "possibly the greatest unreleased Nilsson track from any period."
Thanks for the Memory music_note Thanks for the Memory was first performed by Bob Hope in the film "Big Broadcast Of 1938 ." Hope later adopted it as his theme song.
Sailin' music_note
So Proud Of You music_note
That Is All music_note
Salmon Falls music_note
So You Think You Have Troubles music_note
Think About Your Troubles music_note Harry Nilsson conceived the story of The Point! while writing Think About Your Troubles . According to Allen Zentz , Harry said that songs often came to him as visions - as if they were movies or cartoons. Peggy Lee and Sam Brown each covered Think About Your Troubles . More recent ...
Save the Last Dance for Me music_note
Something True music_note Harry Nilsson dedicated Something True to Mal Evans .
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 This Could ...
Shango Man music_note Shango Man is an unreleased song recorded during Harry Nilsson's Duit on Mon Dei sessions with lead vocals by Van Dyke Parks .
Stand Up And Holler music_note Nilsson is credited as "Foto-Fi ".
This Is All I Ask music_note Recorded March 15-22, 1973.
She's My Girl music_note
Stop and Take the Time to Smell the Roses music_note "Stop and Take the Time to Smell the Roses" was recorded on November 4, 1980, and December 14, 1980.
She Sits Down on Me 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 .
Miss Butter's Lament music_note As Joseph Segarini , Bob Segarini co-wrote and recorded Miss Butter's Lament . Harry Nilsson's version of the song remained unreleased until it appeared on the Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology album.
The Beggar music_note
Popeye Cues music_note The score for Popeye .
Moonshine Bandit music_note
A Horse With No Rider music_note
Pretty Soon There'll Be Nothing Left for Everybody music_note
The Most Beautiful World In The World music_note Recorded: April/May, 1972
Old Bones music_note
Mother In Law music_note "Mother In Law" is one of the tracks Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. Harry once considered recording an entire album of Allen Toussaint's songs.
Old Dirt Road music_note Harry Nilsson contributed the line "Trying to shovel smoke with a pitchfork in the wind" to John Lennon's song Old Dirt Road and sang backing vocals on Lennon's version. Nilsson later recorded his own version for Flash Harry .
Mrs. Livingston I Presume music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Old Forgotten Soldier music_note
Murder In The Car Wash music_note
Our Last Goodbye music_note
Mauulen Niin On Aika Mennaotiin music_note I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City translated into Finnish.
P.O.V. Waltz music_note
Make Believe music_note
Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) music_note Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) was originally written in 1931 for the musical "Three Little Words". "Harry does it with much sadness and compassion." -- Derek Taylor
Makin' Whoopee music_note
The Next Day music_note
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.
Man Wasn't Meant To Fly music_note
No Me Dejes music_note "Don't Leave Me" in Spanish.
Many Rivers to Cross music_note
The No No Song music_note
The Path That Leads to Trouble music_note
Nouveau Jour Sur Late music_note French translation ... "New Day on Late"
Perfect Day music_note Harry Nilsson's Perfect Day is in the film All That Jazz .
Oblio's Return (Narration) music_note
Perhaps This is All a Dream music_note Incidental music and dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
Men At Sea music_note Harry wrote and performed Men At Sea for the film Yellowbeard . The song was not used in the film but does appear at the end of Group Madness , a documentary about the filming of Yellowbeard .
Oh Caroline music_note
The Pointed Man (Narration) music_note
Mexico City music_note From the musical Zapata .
Oh, Come All Ye Faithful music_note The hymn "Adeste Fideles " was written in France sometime in the mid 1700s. The composer is unknown. In 1841, Frederick Oakeley translated the Latin words of the hymn into English as Oh, Come All Ye Faithful . The most popular music for the hymn was composed by John Reading who was the ...
Poli High music_note
Late Last Night music_note
Lost And Found music_note One of the tracks recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
It's Only a Paper Moon music_note It's Only a Paper Moon was written in 1933 for the play "The Great Magoo " and was originally titled "If You Believed in Me." The title was changed to It's Only a Paper Moon when it was sung by June Knight and Charles Rodgers in the 1933 film "Take a Chance ."
Laughin' Man music_note
It's So Easy music_note Harry submitted It's So Easy to Ringo Starr for the Stop and Smell the Roses album, but Ringo turned it down. Harry sings "N, I, L, easy, S, S, O, N, S, T, A, stallworth, L, L, W, O, R, T, H, D, E, C, 1, 2, T, H" in the background. "Stallworth" is the last name of the song's co-writer. ...
Lay Down Your Arms music_note Harry Nilsson recorded Lay Down Your Arms . The song plays during the closing credits for the film "Handgun " (aka "Deep in the Heart "). Ringo Starr and Stevie Nicks perform Lay Down Your Arms on the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album. "It came about because ...
Love Is The Answer music_note From the musical Zapata .
The Ivy Covered Walls music_note
Lazy Moon music_note Recorded: March 15-22, 1973 Lazy Moon was written in 1901. Harry Nilsson first heard it sung by Oliver Hardy in the film Pardon Us . From the time it appeared in that film until Harry recorded it in 1973, there is no record of anyone else recording the song.
A Love Like Yours music_note
J'attendrai Longtemps music_note "I Will Wait a Long Time" in French.
Lean On Me music_note
Lullaby in Ragtime music_note Recorded: March 15-22, 1973 Harry Nilsson's recording of Lullaby in Ragtime was used in a series of automobile commercials on TV in the UK. Sylvia Fine wrote Lullaby In Ragtime for the film The Five Pennies starring her husband, Danny Kaye .
Jesus Christ You're Tall music_note "I think Harry was a little self-conscious about his height" -- Derek Taylor
Lyckan Ar En Valp music_note "Happiness is a Puppy" ... The Puppy Song translated to Swedish?
Joy music_note Harry Nilsson released his country parody, Joy , as a single on RCA's country label under the name "Buck Earl ".
Let Me Go Free music_note From the musical Zapata .
I'm Gonna Lose My Mind music_note
Joy To the World music_note Although German composer George F. Handel is usually credited with composing the melody for Joy to the World , the music was actually composed in the early 1800s by American composer Lowell Mason . The words to the song are based on a 1719 translation of Psalm 98 by Isaac Watts . Mason set ...
Let The Good Times Roll music_note
I'm Mean music_note
Judy music_note B-Side of a special limited edition single for sale at Beatlefest . All proceeds benefit the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence , a group supporting stricter handgun controls. At the March 1982 Beatlefest Harry offered to write a song for the first person to donate $500 to the Coalition to Stop ...
Let's Get The Hardware music_note
I'm Popeye the Sailor Man music_note I'm Popeye the Sailor Man was written in 1933 by Sammy Lerner for Popeye's film debut in "Popeye the Sailor ", a Betty Boop cartoon. It took Lerner just two hours to write the song. Robin Williams performed the song in the 1980 film Popeye which featured original songs and music by ...
Juntos music_note Together translated into Spanish.
The Library Card music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
I've Got It music_note I've Got It was written by Harry Nilsson and Perry Botkin for the musical Zapata .
Just One Look music_note Just One Look was a top 10 hit for Doris Troy (the songwriter, Doris Payne ). The song was also recorded by The Hollies and Linda Ronstadt .
Listen the Snow is Falling music_note
Searchin' music_note Harry Nilsson recorded the Leiber-Stoller song Searchin' during the Pandemonium Shadow Show sessions.
Kids music_note
Little Girl music_note
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear 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 " ...
Little More Rain music_note
It Had to Be You music_note Recorded: March 15-22, 1973 It Had to Be You was written in 1924. It was featured in the 1944 musical film Show Business . The music is by Isham Jones and the lyrics are by Gus Kahn . It Had to Be You was first recorded by the duet of Billy Murray and Aileen Stanley in 1924. ...
La Cancion Del Cachorro music_note The Puppy Song translated into Spanish.
Littlest Kidnapper music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
It Is He Who Will Be King music_note Incidental music and dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
La La Song music_note
It's A Jungle Out There music_note
Lady Gaye music_note
Loop de Loop music_note Loop De Loop was the only hit for Johnny Thunder . It reached number four on the pop charts in February of 1963.
Goeie Ouwe Plee music_note Willem Nijholt is a humorist in the Netherlands. The title of this song (when translated from Dutch) is something like "Good Old Toilet", so it is probably a take-off of Harry Nilsson's Good Old Desk .
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now music_note Recorded: March 15-22, 1973 In 1909, Harold Orlob composed I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now when he worked for Music Publishers Company which was owned by Joseph Howard . As was customary at that time, the copyright of the song was given to the publisher. For many years Howard maintained ...
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: )
Hey Little Girl music_note
Good For God music_note
High Heel Sneakers music_note "High Heel Sneakers" is one of the songs Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. This song was originally titled Rescue Boy .
I'd Do It All Again music_note
Good Times music_note
Home music_note
I'd Rather Be Dead music_note At the end of the Son of Schmilsson album Richard Perry says "Goodbye, Harry" to which Harry Nilsson replies, "See ya next album, Richard." According to Nilsson expert, Curtis Armstrong , this was something of an inside joke: during the I'd Rather Be Dead sessions Harry and Richard brought ...
Goodnight Mr. Banks music_note
Honky Tonk Heaven music_note One of the songs recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
I'll Never Leave You music_note
I'll Take a Tango music_note
Green Bay Packers March music_note
How Long Can Disco On music_note
Groovy Little Suzie music_note Harry Nilsson wrote Groovie Little Suzie but he admits the song is a copy of "Good Golly, Miss Molly" which was written by John Marascalco and was a hit for Little Richard . Little Richard recorded Harry's song. The songwriting credit, however, was given to Marascalco.
How To Write A Song music_note In "How to Write a Song," Harry Nilsson describes how to ... write a song.
Growin' Up music_note
I Am Waiting music_note "Harry wrote and sang the song for a little film [' The Story of Eric '] about Lamaze childbirth done by some friends we had met during our own Lamaze adventure in 1970-71, which culminated in the birth of Zak." -- Diane Nilsson
The Game (Narration) music_note
Guess Who's Coming To Lunch music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
I Don't Need You music_note "Steve Cropper and Donald "Duck" Dunn came from L.A. to Memphis to record some stuff on the Blues Brothers ( John Belushi / Dan Aykroyd ) at Shoe Production Studios in 1978. They heard my song 'I Don't Need You,' which I had released on Mercury Records through Juddie Phillips . They ...
Garbarge Can Ballet music_note
Hacedor De Lluvias music_note Rainmaker translated into in Spanish.
I Know music_note
Gemeinsam music_note "Gemeinsam" is Harry Nilsson's Together translated into German.
Hamburg Im Regen music_note "Hamburg In the Rain " is a song in German set to the tune of Harry Nilsson's Daybreak . The song was recorded by Mary Roos in 1974.
I Know Why music_note Harry recorded this Glenn Miller track during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions as a gift to his attorney.
Gentlemen Friend music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing music_note
I Need You music_note
He Needs Me music_note Shelley Duvall's recording of Harry Nilsson's He Needs Me is featured in the 2002 film Punch-Drunk Love starring Adam Sandler . Harry Nilsson wrote He Needs Me for the movie Popeye . Actress Shelley Duvall ("Olive Oyl"), performs the song in the film and on the Popeye ...
I Never Thought I'd Get This Lonely music_note
Girlfriend music_note "Girlfriend" is an alternate version of Best Friend .
He's Large music_note
I Want You To Sit On My Face music_note
Give, Love, Joy music_note Harry Nilsson wrote and sang the song Give, Love, Joy for the animated TV special, Ziggy's Gift . Ziggy's Gift won an Emmy for "Outstanding Animated Special." Harry's friend, Perry Botkin composed the music for the show.
Here I Sit music_note Here I Sit was recorded by The Ronettes . "It was taken from a men's room wall: 'Here I sit, broken hearted/Fell in love, but now we parted' instead of 'farted.' 'Couldn't see the writing on the wall' If that isn't enough of a hint!" -- Harry Nilsson
I Will Take You There music_note
Cheek to Cheek music_note
Do You Wanna (Have Some Fun) music_note
Everybody Do The Philly music_note
Chicago music_note
Everything is Food music_note This song from the film Popeye did not appear on the soundtrack album.
Chicken Track music_note
Donna I Understand music_note One of Harry Nilsson's first records, Donna I Understand was released under the pseudonym Johnny Niles . "It sold four copies." -- Harry
Everything's Got 'Em music_note
City Life music_note
Fairfax Rag music_note
The Clearing in the Woods (Narration) music_note
Down music_note
The Family music_note Recorded for the Pandemonium Shadow Show album, this is one of one a few Nilsson originals to be recorded then completely abandoned. In the song, Harry tells the story of suggested abuse within a family using tape loops underneath the song. It is quite remarkable for it's time. One tape ...
Computer music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Down By the Sea music_note
Count Down Meets Merlin and Amber music_note Incidental music and dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
Dream Love 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.
Drumming is My Madness music_note Recorded: November 4, 1980 and December 1-4, 1980. Asked "Do you have any favorite drum tracks from your solo recordings?" by Billy Amendola of Modern Drummer magazine, Ringo Starr replied: "Drumming Is My Madness" is one, because it was fun. It was Harry Nilsson , Jim Keltner , ...
For Me And My Gal music_note
Crois Tu Vraiment music_note Crois Tu Vraiment is (literally) "Really Believe You" in French - which song of Harry Nilsson's it is, is unclear.
Early In The Morning music_note
Frankenstein, Merlin & The Operation music_note Incidental music and dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
Daylight Has Caught Me music_note
Eddie Makes Three music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
The End (Moonbeam) music_note
Buy My Album music_note
Diez Indios music_note Ten Little Indians translated into Spanish
End of Message to Scotty music_note
Din' We music_note Although it appears on the Popeye soundtrack album, Din' We was not in the final cut of the film.
Episode music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Case of You music_note Harry Nilsson produced Frank Stallone's recording of Case of You . It was during the recording session with Stallone that Harry learned of the death of John Lennon . The single reached #60 on the Billboard charts.
Escape Impossible music_note
Do You Believe music_note
Escape Possible music_note
All For The Beatles music_note
Ban Radio 1968 music_note A radio commercial jingle for Ban deodorant featuring Harry Nilsson singing in his distinctive "scat" style reminiscent of his performances on the album Pandemonium Shadow Show . "Ban won't wear off as the day wears on ...."
All My Life music_note
Bed Springs music_note From the musical Zapata .
Also Sprach Schmilsson Schmixon music_note A mix of Richard Nixon's resignation speech and The Abdication of Count Down from Son of Dracula .
Ambush music_note
Best Move music_note
Angie's Suite music_note
The Birds (Narration) music_note
Animal Farm music_note Harry Nilsson's Animal Farm has not been commercially released, but was included on Perfect Day: The Songs Of Nilsson 1971-1993 , a promotional CD.
Black Sails In The Moonlight music_note When asked if he ever wrote songs to order, Harry Nilsson replied: "Recently I wrote one for Derek Taylor . A friend of his, his father was producing a movie with Peter Sellers and Spike Milligan and asked if I would write a tune for it. It was a pirate movie and they said they wanted a ...
Are You Sleeping? 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 .
As I Wander Lonely music_note Recorded during Harry Nilsson's Pandemonium Shadow Show sessions, this song went unreleased until it appeared on the Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology album.
Blow Me Down music_note Robin Williams (as Popeye) sings "Blow Me Down" in the film Popeye .
At My Front Door music_note
A Boy From The City music_note
Baa Baa Blacksheep music_note
Baby Baby music_note
Bully For You music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Ain't Doing Too Bad music_note
Ain't It Kinda Wonderful music_note "Ain't It Kinda Wonderful" is from The World's Greatest Lover soundtrack.
Baby, I'm Yours music_note
Back Off Boogaloo music_note Recorded: November 4, 1980 and December 1-4, 1980
Always music_note "Always" was recorded March 15-22, 1973.
Background Music music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
The Best of Harry Nilsson {Camden} [2003] album Yet another Harry Nilsson greatest hits collection.
Together {Keith Moon} music_note
Yellow Man music_note
Vine Street music_note
Turn On Your Radio music_note
Together music_note
There's Gotta Be a Girl music_note
There Will Never Be music_note
The Will music_note
The Puppy Song music_note
The Only Light music_note
The Moonbeam Song music_note
The Ash Grove music_note
Thank Heaven for Kathy music_note
Take This Heart music_note
Subterranean Homesick Blues music_note
Spaceman music_note
So Long Dad music_note Randy Newman's version of So Long Dad is on his self-titled debut album. Nilsson recorded the song for Nilsson Sings Newman .
Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear music_note Harry Nilsson recorded Randy Newman's Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear for his 1968 album Harry .
She Sang Hymns Out of Tune music_note
River Deep-Mountain High {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet Remix} music_note Remixed for Aerial Pandemonium Ballet . Harry recorded new vocals.
Rainmaker music_note
Please Mr. Music Man music_note
Oh, I Wonder music_note
Nobody Cares About The Railroads Anymore music_note
Nilsson's Message To Scotty music_note
My Girl music_note
My Baby's Coming Home music_note
Mucho Mungo-Mt. Elga music_note
Mr. Tinker music_note
Mr. Richland's Favorite Song music_note "Mr. Richland's Favorite Song" is named for Tony Richland , a record promoter who, hearing a demo of Aerial Ballet , picked this song as his favorite track.
Mr. Bojangles music_note Jerry Walker wrote "Mr. Bojangles" in 1966 and recorded it as the title track of his first solo album. The song was also recorded by Sammy Davis Jr. and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band among others.
Mournin' Glory Story music_note Harry Nilsson's sympathetic song about a homeless person seems more poignaint when you think that it was written back in 1968 at a time when few people considered homelessness to be a problem. In fact, many people considered the homeless to be the problem.
Mother Nature's Son music_note Harry Nilsson recorded "Mother Nature's Son" for his Harry album.
Maybe music_note
Love Story music_note
Living Without You music_note "The milk truck hauls the sun up And the paper hits the door The subway shakes my floor And I think about you...." "I defy anyone not to get misty eyed during Living Without You . ' It's so hard, it's so hard, it's sooooo hard living without you ,' Nilsson repeats. Over and over. I ...
Learning From You music_note
Just Wait Till Summer Comes music_note
It Just Ain't Right music_note
In Time music_note
I'll Be Home music_note A brief bit of I'll Be Home appears in Buy My Album .
I Said Goodbye To Me music_note
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 ...
He Ain't Gonna Get My Girl music_note
Good Old Desk {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Harry Nilsson remixed Good Old Desk for his Aerial Pandemonium Ballet album. He slowed the tempo for this new version.
Foolish Clock 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.
Daddy's Song {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Remixed for Aerial Pandemonium Ballet . Harry added new vocals and mixed the guitar and piano out Of sync.
Cowboy music_note The theme from Midnight Cowboy can be heard during the fade out of Cowboy .
Building Me Up music_note
Bath music_note
Bath {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Remixed for Aerial Pandemonium Ballet .
As Time Goes By music_note Although it is probably the most played song from the A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night album, Harry Nilsson did not consider it the best track.
All I Think About is You music_note
All For Your Love music_note
A Man and His Castle music_note
Son of Dracula {Japanese CD Reissue} [1988] album Son of Dracula is the soundtrack album from the film Son of Dracula starring Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr .   I wanted this scene where Dracula and his girlfriend are talking romantically while playing ping-pong, but Ringo wouldn't go for it, so I put the sound of a ping-pong game on ...
Classic Tearjerkers [2004] album Time-Life's collection of sad classics includes Harry Nilsson's recording of "Without You ."  
Brain in a Box: The Science Fiction Collection {CD} [2000] album This collection documents Science Fiction's musical legacy on five CDs and 113 tracks - Movie Themes, TV Themes, Pop songs, Incidental/Lounge music, and Novelty songs. The packaging is brilliant kitsch: a 6.5-inch square, metal-lidded cube emblazoned on three ...
Ten Little Indians music_note
She's Leaving Home music_note
River Deep-Mountain High music_note
Cuddly Toy music_note
Freckles music_note
It's Been So Long music_note
You Can't Do That music_note
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 writing?   ...
"One" Featured in Sony's "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" announcement Sony has released a trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage (aka: "Venom 2") which includes Harry Nilsson's performance of his song "One ."   Venom: Let There Be Carnage Trailer ...
May 4 - Harryfest Dinner auto_stories The Harryfest began with a dinner buffet ... and a collection of Harry Nilsson memorabilia.     Curtis Armstrong (Center) with Andrea and John Sheridan Ted Parkinson , Zak and Leslie Nilsson , and Roger Smith Bracha Smith
May 5 - Harryfest Dinner auto_stories Friday night we got together at the hotel for a dinner with a special guest.   John and Pan Murphy Marc Harry (seated, left) Introduced our special guest, Rob Burt Rob Burt holds a special place in the hearts of Harry Nilsson fans. It was his discovery of ...
May 5 - Bus Tour and Lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe auto_stories On Saturday, the Harryheads embarked on a bus tour of London . We stopped for lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe in Mayfair. On display near where we were seated was the "denim jacket" worn by John Lennon when he and Harry Nilsson were gently escorted from the Troubadour after ...
Harry Nilsson on Performing Live auto_stories Performing is another occupation. Sometimes it is inviting. I like the idea of spontaneity. But you can't change anything in a concert. I may leave my socks on the floor but I'm something of a perfectionist. I can stop the tape in the studio. If I went on stage and things didn't work out I'd ...
Duke Special Presents the Songs of Harry Nilsson event_note In October of 2014, Duke Special toured several cities in Ireland performing songs by Harry Nilsson . [1]   Duke Special and Friends - Gotta Get Up (Nilsson) ...
Harry Nilsson Tribute Performances list The following is a list of live performances which were tributes to Harry Nilsson or which contained mentions of Harry or references to his music.   Title Artist Date Duke Special Presents the Songs of Harry Nilsson Duke Special ...
Robert S. Levinson person After successful careers as a newspaperman, public relations executive, and writer-producer of television specials, Robert Levinson published his first novel, The Elvis and Marilyn Affair: A Neil Gulliver and Stevie Marriner Novel in 1999. His last ...
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.    The older ...
Oblio's pizza parlor really on its toes article By Bill St. John Denver Post Food Editor    Oct. 20, 2000 - Danny McKay's pizza has a point, in a manner of speaking.   McKay's Park Hill pizza parlor, Oblio's , gets its name from the 1970 Harry Nilsson hit "Me and My Arrow " (after Oblio , ...
Silver Horse music_note Harry Nilsson's recording of Yoko Ono's song, "Silver Horse'' , appears on the Every Man Has a Woman album released in 1984.   <a href="https://nilssonschmilsson.com/harry-nilsson-210 ...
Don't Leave Me music_note Harry Nilsson recorded "Don't Leave Me " on December 1, 1967, for his 1968 album, Aerial Ballet . He later remixed the song for the Aerial Pandemonium Ballet album released in June of 1971.   Don't leave me, baby. Things are gonna work out fine. Don't leave me, baby. Think I'm ...
George Harrison person The following was written for the Everybody's Talkin' newsletter after George Harrison , singer, songwriter and guitarist for the world's most famous pop group , died on November 29, 2001. The article is mostly based on posts made to the Harry Nilsson Mailing List in the days following ...
The Point! To Be Made into a Live Action Film (April Fools, 2004) announcement The following "press release" was posted to the Harry Nilsson Web Pages on April 1, 2004, as an "April Fools " prank.   THE POINT! TO BEGIN PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN NEW ZEALAND   Carolynne Cunningham Directs International Cast in Live Action Musical (Los Angeles, April 1, 2004) – The ...
A Toot and a Snore article Between March and May 1974, John Lennon was at Record Plant West and Burbank Studios in Los Angeles, California , where he was producing and mixing Harry Nilsson's new album Pussy Cats . (The documented dates vary.  Mark Lewisohn says the ...
The Simpsons videocam The long-running animated TV series, The Simpsons , has referred to Harry Nilsson on several occasions.   This Little Wiggy ("Best Friend")   In "The Little Wiggy " (Season 9, Episode 18), Marge Simpson arranges a playdate for Bart and Ralph ...
The Griffin person The Griffin released a cover of Harry Nilsson's "Don't Leave Me " as a single in September of 1970.   "<a href="https://nilssonschmilsson.com/dont-leave-me-210526001325.html">Don't ...
Hawkeye Entertainment, Inc. business Harry Nilsson was a co-founder of Hawkeye Entertainment which was incorporated in Colorado on October 23, 1985.   Cindy Sims was President of Hawkeye which was located at 11330 Ventura Blvd. in Los Angeles, California .   Leo Leichter headed ...
The Fresh Prince of Bel Air videocam In "Mistaken Identity " (Season 1, Episode 6) of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air , Will Smith and Carlton Banks are accused of stealing cars and are detained in jail. In one scene, another prisoner sings a few lines of Harry Nilsson's "One ."    
This Is The Town: A Tribute to Nilsson (Volume Two) album This Is The Town: A Tribute to Nilsson (Volume 2) is a collection of fourteen tracks recorded as a tribute to Harry Nilsson by various artists in 2019.    
This Is The Town: A Tribute to Nilsson (Volume One) album This is the Town (Volume 1) is a collection of Harry Nilsson's songs recorded by various artists as a tribute to Nilsson and his music. The performers include Harry's daughter, Annie Nilsson .    
Mickey Dolenz Releases 'Dolenz Sings Nesmith' announcement 2021-05-21 - Mickey Dolenz has released his first new studio album in almost a decade. Titled Dolenz Sings Nesmith , the new album consists of covers of songs written by his former Monkees band-mate, Mike Nesmith . The recordings were produced by Mike's ...
The New Harry Nilsson Web Pages - A Little Touch of Schmilsson on the Net announcement Through the years, the Harry Nilsson Web Pages web site has gone through many iterations. It began with a simple page hosted on my personal account at magicnet.net .   Then it moved to jadebox.com ("Everyone should own a little Jade Box") and began to ...
John Lennon person In 1981, Harry Nilsson spoke to the Los Angeles Times about his relationship with John Lennon . "We were good friends. We were roommates twice, once in New York and once in L.A. But all those stories you hear, they were a little blown out of ...
Fred Wolf person Fred Wolf directed the animated TV version of Harry Nilsson's album, The Point! . Wolf's company, Murakami-Wolf Films produced the film in association with Nilsson's company, Nilsson House Music .   Fred was 38 years old in 1970 when Harry Nilsson ...
Memories of Harry Nilsson At Beatlefest article The following article originally appeared as a message in the Usenet rec.music.beatles newsgroup. In the article, Colette Moran talks about her experiences seeing Harry Nilsson at several Beatlefest fan conventions. The message is reprinted with ...
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 ...
Harry Nilsson Documentary in Production announcement LSL Productions is currently completing production of WHO IS HARRY NILSSON (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him?) , a documentary about Harry Nilsson .   In addition to interviews with [Una Nilsson | Nilsson's wife]] and children, the film features interviews with Gerry Beckley , Ray ...