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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 ...
Bruce Ansley's Top Ten Signs You're a Harryhead article This article originally appeared in the July, 1996, issue of Everybody's Talkin' .   TOP TEN SIGNS YOU'RE A HARRYHEAD by Bruce Ansley   10. You think Ringo Starr is "diggety dank" and Mariah Carey is "schwag".   9. You repeat keywords in conversations and add "Schm-" to the ...
Collect My Drum article In May of 1984, a number of newspapers reported the following ....   Isaac Tigrett , one of the founders of the Hard Rock Cafe chain of restaurants, had attended an auction in London where he purchased a set of drums that once had belonged to Ringo Starr . Ringo learned of this and ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Dusty and Sweets McGee Spotted in LA article By Curtis Armstrong (From Everybody's Talkin' October 1996)   Los Angeles, California - Floyd Mutrux's 1971 film, Dusty and Sweets McGee , long unseen, just completed a special week's run here. The movie, described by the Los Angeles Times as "a lyrical, but clear-eyed take on the ...
Everybody's Talkin' About Harry Nilsson article Harry Nilsson appeared on the cover of of the December 5, 1969, issue of Entertainment World . The issue contains a four-page article/interview covering Nilsson's involvement in records, television and films.    
Harry Nilsson and the Case of the Missing Magic Flute article In early August of 1983, the Associated Press [1] reported that a recording session for Yoko Ono's Every Man Has a Woman album had been delayed while "authorities looked for singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson's missing flute."   Nilsson accidentally left the silver flute in a cab on his ...
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 ...
Interview with the Author of Harry & Me article photo Neil Watson Neil Watson is the writer of a new book, Harry & Me , which collects remembrances from fans of Harry Nilsson and stories from people who knew and worked with Harry. I spent weeks badgering Neil for an interview. Finally, he ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 , ...
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 ...
Remembering Harry article By Andrea Sheridan   Andrea Sheridan's personal remembrance of Harry originally appeared in the Spring of 1994 in Good Day Sunshine (#73). It is reprinted here with the kind permission of Andrea and Good Day Sunshine.   How do I reduce a life to a few words? Especially an ex ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 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 ...
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 ...
Why is a Mouse That Spins? article photo 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 ...
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 ...