Pandemonium Shadow Show

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Pandemonium Shadow Show {Promotional} [1967] album "The True One" 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 .
Pandemonium Shadow Show {Monophonic LP} [1967] album Monophonic version.
Pandemonium Shadow Show {Stereophonic LP} [1967] album Stereo version.
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 .


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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 ...
Notes on Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter by Alyn Shipton book by Roger Smith   Drawing on extensive research and access to Nilsson's personal archives, Alyn Shipton's Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter is an exhaustive and award-winning biography of Harry Nilsson . Published in 2013, the biography is ...
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 ...
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 ...
Nat Weiss person Derek Taylor played 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]   [1] ...
Cuddly Toy (performed by Monkees) music_note The Monkees recorded a version of "Cuddly Toy " in April of 1967. It appeared in November 1967 on their Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd. album.   Pandemonium Shadow Show which contains Nilsson's version of the song was released a month later.   The Monkees version was ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 .
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 .
Pandemonium Shadow Show / Aerial Ballet / Aerial Pandemonium Ballet [2000] album This Camden UK release includes Pandemonium Shadow Show , Aerial Ballet , and Aerial Pandemonium Ballet as a single two-CD set with previously-released bonus tracks.
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 .
Pandemonium Shadow Show {US CD Reissue} [1995] album Pandemonium Shadow Show is Harry's first album for RCA .
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 ...
Searchin' music_note Harry Nilsson recorded the Leiber-Stoller song Searchin' during the Pandemonium Shadow Show sessions.
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 ...
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 ...."
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.
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?   ...
1941 {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} 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 ...
1941 {New Nilsson Songs} 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 ...
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 ...