Hollywood, California


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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 )   ...
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.   Perry's father began playing bass guitar in high school in Richmond, Indiana . He ...
Photograph: The Very Best of Ringo Starr [2007] album Photograph: The Very Best of Ringo Starr includes tracks spanning Ringo Starr's solo career. A deluxe CD/DVD version of the album includes the promotional film for "Only You " with Ringo and Harry Nilsson appearing on top of the Capitol Records building ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...