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Ban Deodorant radio Early in his career, Harry sang in an ad for Ban deodorant - "Ban won't wear off as the day wears on ...."   Ban Deodorant Commercial  
Blood on the Tracks: The John Lennon Story radio This ten-episode podcast series looking into John Lennon's life in the 1970s includes fictionalized voices of Harry Nilsson , Paul McCartney , Ringo Starr , Richard Nixon , Jerry Rubin , Yoko Ono , Stevie Wonder , Elton John , John Sinclair , Chuck Berry and others.   htt ...
Capital Radio Breakfast Show radio Harry Nilsson appeared as a guest on Kenny Everett's Breakfast Show on Capital Radio on June 28, 1975. At one point, Everett plays a clip from Harry's earlier BBC Radio appearance where Harry spontaneously sang the lyrics to "Mournin' Glory Story " over a looped snippet from the Bee Gees ...
Every Man Has a Woman Who Loves Him: A Live Birthday Party for John and Sean Lennon event_note radio On October 9, 1984, a birthday party for Sean Lennon and his father John Lennon was held on-the-air by the radio station WNEW-FM in New York, New York and distributed by satellite to other stations by MJI Broadcasting .   "Every Man Has a Woman Who Loves Him: A Live Birthday Party for ...
Final Sessions {#1: Rescuing the Rescue Boy} radio The four-part Final Sessions podcast series discusses Harry Nilsson's last recording sessions and the production of his posthumous Losst And Founnd album.   The first episode discusses Harry's final recordings and the long gap between their recording and release on the new album. ...
Final Sessions {#2: There's No More Yesterday} radio The four-part Final Sessions podcast series discusses Harry Nilsson's last recording sessions and the production of his posthumous Losst And Founnd album.   The second episode discusses h ow John Lennon's murder almost stopped Harry from making music .    
Final Sessions {#3: You've Had a Buckaroo Day} radio The four-part Final Sessions podcast series discusses Harry Nilsson's last recording sessions and the production of his posthumous Losst And Founnd album.   The third episode discusses h ow Harry stepped away from making music to spend more time with his family .    
Final Sessions {#4: Cut To An Old Man, Thinking 'bout His Life Span} radio The four-part Final Sessions podcast series discusses Harry Nilsson's last recording sessions and the production of his posthumous Losst And Founnd album.   The final episode discusses how Harry Nilsson's songs of love and death were frequently the same song .    
Howard Stern radio On March 5, 2003, on his popular radio show, Howard Stern played "You're Breaking My Heart ." As the song played (with the expected edits, of course), Stern laughed out loud.   Stern asked if Harry Nilsson was still alive and his "posse" said no, but couldn't agree on either the date of his ...
Keepin' The 70's Alive: Show #97-13 radio This radio show aired on March 24, 1997. Harry Nilsson's "Without You " is played during the show.  
The Thing About Harry radio In 1997, BBC radio aired a two-part show about Harry Nilsson and his music called "The Thing About Harry ."   The Thing About Harry
The Trouble with Harry radio "The Trouble With Harry" is a short radio piece by Jackson Braider , an independent radio producer from Boston which includes segments of an interview Braider conducted with Harry Nilsson .       External Links Listen Online
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 Guess ...
Why We Love It {One By Harry Nilsson} radio The Why We Love It podcast discusses Harry Nilsson's song "One ."