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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 ...
San Francisco Studios place photo A touch of Harry Nilsson's humor was captured in concrete in San Francisco, California . The "Starwalk"[1] 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, ...
Perry Botkin person Perry Lafayette Botkin, Jr., was a successful songwriter, arranger, and publisher when Harry Nilsson met him around 1960. Botkin arranged music for several of Harry's songs and co-wrote songs with Nilsson.   Perry's father began playing bass guitar in high school in Richmond, Indiana . He ...
Nilsson's Aerial Ballet theater_comedy Nilsson's Aerial Ballet was an act created by Carl Emanuel Nilsson , Harry Nilsson's great-grandfather. [1] .   Using a device patented by Carl Nilsson , ballet performers appeared to dance in mid-air while other dancers performed on the stage below. ...
Arte L. Whyte person Arte L. Whyte wrote a play based on Harry's The Point! . Mr. Whyte's adaptation is copyright 1987.   Whyte has performed in many theatrical productions and spent three years performing at Universal Studios and with Nickelodeon in Orlando, Florida . He is currently acting and directing in ...
Caroline videocam Patrick Ahearn's animated short film Caroline uses Harry Nilsson's recording of "Caroline " as the film's entire soundtrack.   The film was shown on April 2, 1994, at the Palace of Fine Arts/Exploratorium's McBean Theatre in San Francisco, California , as part of an ASIFA ( ...
Bill Bixby person Wilfred Bailey Bixby was born on January 22, 1934, in San Francisco, California . He died on November 21, 1993, in Century City, California . Harry Nilsson attended Bixby's funeral.