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10549 Rocca Place place Harry Nilsson's 7,640 square foot home at 10549 Rocca Place in Bel Air, California , was designed by architect Eugene Kupper . The five-bedroom, seven-bath home features both canyon and ocean views. The home was built on about one-acre of land in 1977. [1] ...
7708 Woodrow Wilson Drive place Before he moved to his custom built home in Bel Air , Harry Nilsson lived at 7708 Woodrow Wilson Dr in Los Angeles, California , in the Hollywood Hills West area. The six-bedroom home was originally built in 1951.   Built for Natalie Wood by her ...
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 United ...
Adriano's Restaurant place The October, 1990, issue of Los Angeles Magazine reported that Harry joined Terry Gilliam onstage at Adriano's Restaurant to sing "Come Fly With Me ", "It Had to Be You ," and "High Hopes ."[1]   Adriano's Restaurant 2930 Beverly Glen Circle Bel Air, California ...
Africa place Harry Nilsson wrote most of the songs for Son of Schmilsson while in Africa.   Songs come differently each time, each album is unique. In Africa, the year before last, I wrote the Schmilsson album in a month and a half. I was never that prolific ...
Algonquin Hotel place During a March, 1994, appearance at the Algonquin Hotel, Brian Wilson had a problem remembering his own songs, but reacted enthusiastically to a request to perform Harry Nilsson's "This Could Be The Night ."  
Americana Hotel place On May 13, 1968, John Lennon and Paul McCartney held a press conference at the Americana Hotel in New York, New York to announce the formation of Apple . Responding to questions, they named Harry Nilsson as both their favorite American artist and as their favorite American group.
Australia place In 1984, while on a trip to Australia to promote the Every Man Has a Woman album, Harry Nilsson bought land in the Hunter Valley area north of Sydney in New South Wales .   Harry had lovely ideas. In this case, his idea was we’ll buy this land in Australia , and it’ll be ...
Blue Jay Way place In August of 1967 George Harrison was staying in a rented house on Blue Jay Way in Los Angeles, California . According to Harry Nilsson , George Harrison wrote the Beatles song "Blue Jay Way" while waiting for a visit from Harry and Derek Taylor . [1] ...
Brooklyn, New York place Harry Nilsson was born in Brooklyn and grew up in it's Bushwick section.   "The two brightest moments were when I saw the guy shot in the neck with the zip gun. When I was about nine, almost ten, And then after that my mother, sister and I were beaten up by a gang of black girls, a youth ...
Bushwick place One of Brooklyn's oldest neighborhoods, Bushwick was home to several breweries that provided jobs and a strong economy for the community. But after World War II, the breweries began consolidating their plants and several of the Bushwick breweries closed. By the early 1960s, as other businesses ...
Curzon Place place Harry Nilsson once owned apartment #12 at 9 Curzon Place in London, England . Curzon Place is a cul-de-sac off of Curzon Street in Mayfair. Built in the 1700s, the building was located near the Playboy Club and several casinos.   The building was gutted just after World War II. An ...
Hidden Hills, California place Harry Nilsson and his family lived for a short time (approximately 1989 through 1991) in Hidden Hills, California . The Nilsson's Hidden Hills home, at 23960 Long Valley Rd [1] , had seven bedrooms and 6,000 square feet. It was built in the 1950s on about two acres. It was once owned by ...
LaBrea Inn place Harry Nilsson first met Derek Taylor at the Labrea Inn in Los Angeles, California .
Paramount Theater place The Paramount was once the largest movie theater in Los Angeles, California , and one of the largest in the world. It opened as Grauman's Metropolitan Theater in January, 1923, and renamed as the Paramount Theater when it was bought by the Publix theater chain in 1929. The theater was ...
Popeye Village place The Sweethaven set created for Popeye on Malta is now a tourist destination called Popeye Village .   External Links Official Web Site
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum place The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is a joke.    
San Francisco Studios place A touch of Harry Nilsson's humor was captured in concrete in San Francisco, California . The "Walk of Fame" was located on Seventh St. between Folsom and Harrison in front of what was, at the time, the home of San Francisco Studios . In addition to Nilsson, ...
The Sunset Tower Hotel place The Sunset Tower Hotel currently occupies the former Sunset Tower building which was home to the St. James Club - one of Harry Nilsson's favorite hangouts.
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 incident "ruined my reputation for ...