Joy

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Joy (performed by Joe Ely) music_note
Joy {Alternate Version} music_note
Joy music_note Harry Nilsson released his country parody, Joy , as a single on RCA's country label under the name "Buck Earl ".


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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 ...
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 ...
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.
My Name is Earl {Something To Live For} videocam A couple of verses of Nilsson singing "Joy " are heard in the fifteenth episode of the series as a character (played by guest star Adam Goldberg ) recalls watching Earl's ex-wife, Joy, hanging clothes. The episode, "Something To Live For," originally aired on February 2, 2006.
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 ...
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.
Joy {Grunt Version} music_note 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 guitar solo. The tag at the end is a different take. Last, but not least, at 1:10, Harry adds a very ...
Joy music_note Harry Nilsson released his country parody, Joy , as a single on RCA's country label under the name "Buck Earl ".