I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City

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I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Ron Sexsmith) music_note Ron Sexsmith performed I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City during his appearance on the NPR radio show "Anthem." The song is available on the CD called NPR Studio Cuts
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Cynthia Henderson) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Wayne Newton) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Sagittarius) music_note Sagittarius recorded I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City for their 1969 album Blue Marble .
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 ...
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Jerry Styner and Larry Brown) music_note In an early experiment using a music synthesizer, Jerry Styner and Larry Brown hooked an "Orbit III" synthesizer to a Wurlitzer organ. The result was released on an LP called Orbit III (Beverly Hills BHS-38).
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Julia Greenburg) music_note Julia Greenburg's performance of I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Eternal Triangle) music_note Eternal Triangle's cover of I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City was released on a single (Decca F12979) in the UK backed with "Perfumed Candle."
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 ...
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Richard Bowden Orchestra) music_note The Richard Bowden Orchestra recorded I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City for the 1974 album Diamonds of the Decade Featuring the Richard Bowden Orchestra (RCA SOELP 10156).
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Richard Barone) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Sinead O'Connor) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Liza Minnelli) music_note Liza Minnelli's performance of I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City is included on the video tape "An Evening with Liza Minnelli ." The performance was recorded at the New Orleans Theater of the Performing Arts .
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Mystic Moods Orchestra) music_note The Mystic Moods Orchestra performed I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City for their album Mystic Moods Country .


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One Last Touch of Nilsson article This article is from Goldmine Magazine (Vol. 20 No. 9 Issue 359 dated April 29, 1994). Bruce Ansley contacted Krause Publications Group, Inc. and Dawn Eden and they were kind enough to grant him permission to place the article online. Once he had ...
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 ...
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.
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 .   " I Guess The Lord Must Be In ...
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 .   " I Guess the Lord Must Be In ...
La Mortadella videocam Harry Nilsson's "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City " is heard in the film La Mortadella .   In the film, Maddalena ( Sophia Loren ) is in love with a married man, Michel ( Gigi Proietti ) who has moved to the United States. She follows him to the US, but is held up by Customs ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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, ...
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 ...
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" ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ."  
Mauulen Niin On Aika Mennaotiin (performed by Eero Raittinen) music_note Eero Raittinen's Finnish version of I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City was released as the B-side of a single by RCA (RCA FAS 027).
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Liza Minnelli) music_note Liza Minnelli's performance of I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City is included on the video tape "An Evening with Liza Minnelli ." The performance was recorded at the New Orleans Theater of the Performing Arts .
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Mystic Moods Orchestra) music_note The Mystic Moods Orchestra performed I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City for their album Mystic Moods Country .
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Ron Sexsmith) music_note Ron Sexsmith performed I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City during his appearance on the NPR radio show "Anthem." The song is available on the CD called NPR Studio Cuts
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Sagittarius) music_note Sagittarius recorded I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City for their 1969 album Blue Marble .
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Julia Greenburg) music_note Julia Greenburg's performance of I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Eternal Triangle) music_note Eternal Triangle's cover of I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City was released on a single (Decca F12979) in the UK backed with "Perfumed Candle."
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Richard Bowden Orchestra) music_note The Richard Bowden Orchestra recorded I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City for the 1974 album Diamonds of the Decade Featuring the Richard Bowden Orchestra (RCA SOELP 10156).
I Grandi Del Rock [1993] album "I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City " is listed as "I Guest The Lord Must Be In New York City" on the CD as well as the CD cover.    
Mauulen Niin On Aika Mennaotiin music_note I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City translated into Finnish.
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 ...