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(I Never Knew You) Harry music_note "(I Never Knew You) Harry" is a tribute song written and performed by Seth Swirsky on his 2010 album Watercolor Day .   (I Never Knew You) Harry  
(Thursday) Here's Why I Did Not Go To Work Today music_note "(Thursday) Here's Why I Did Not Go To Work Today" by Harry Nilsson
(Thursday) Here's Why I Did Not Go To Work Today {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
... That's The Way It Is Radio Spot music_note
1 Fuck You (performed by Melvins) music_note The Melvins recorded a cover of Harry Nilsson's "You're Breaking My Heart " as "1 Fuck You " which was released on their Working With God album on February 26, 2021.   Why haven't we recorded this song before now? It says it all. Nilsson was a genius!! ...
1941 {Demo} music_note
1941 (performed by Jenny O) music_note
1941 {Live On BBC's Saturday Club} music_note
1941 (performed by John Randolph Marr) music_note John Randolph Marr recorded 1941 for his 1970 album John Randolph Marr . The album is a "Nilsson House " production.
1941 (performed by Pandemonium) music_note "1941" by Pandemonium  
1941 (performed by Alan Price) music_note
1941 (performed by Billy J. Kramer) music_note Billy J. Kramer's recording of "1941 " was released as a single (CBS 3396) in the UK in 1968. "1941" by Billy J. Kramer
1941 {Les Vérités de la Police} music_note "The Truths of the Police" is a French song sung to the tune of "1941 " with lyrics by Richard Dewitte . The lyrics, unrelated to the original, tell the story of a man becoming a police officer to impress a woman. The song was recorded by Les Jelly Roll .   I passed the exam and my return is ...
1941 (performed by Patty Pravo) music_note
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 (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
1941 (performed by Tom Northcott) music_note Northcott's recording of 1941 is available on CD in a various artists collection called Buried Treasure: Lost Gems From Deep in the '60s Vaults .   "1941" by Tom Northcott  
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 ...
1941 (performed by George Burns) music_note George Burns sings 1941 on his 1968 album George Burns Sings .
1941 {Mono} music_note
245 Lb. Man music_note "245 Lb. Man" is one of the tracks Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
26 Plunks music_note
A Boy From The City music_note
A Horse With No Rider music_note
A Love Like Yours music_note
A Man and His Castle music_note
A Thousand Miles Away music_note
A Tree Out In The Yard (Central Park) music_note
Aerial Ballet Radio Spot music_note
Aerial Pandemonium Ballet Radio Spot music_note
Ain't Doing Too Bad music_note
Ain't It Kinda Wonderful music_note "Ain't It Kinda Wonderful" is from The World's Greatest Lover soundtrack.
Ain't It Kinda Wonderful {Mono} music_note
All For The Beatles music_note
All For Your Love music_note
All I Think About Is You {Demo} music_note
All I Think About is You (performed by Joe Hurley) music_note Joe Hurley's performance of All I Think About is You is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
All I Think About is You music_note
All My Life music_note
All My Life {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note Quadraphonic mix.
Also Sprach Schmilsson Schmixon music_note A mix of Richard Nixon's resignation speech and "The Abdication of Count Down " from Son of Dracula . "Also Sprach Schmilsson Schmixon" by Harry Nilsson )
Always {Alternate Version} music_note
Always music_note "Always" was recorded March 15-22, 1973.
Ambush music_note
American Flu music_note
Angie's Suite music_note
Animal Farm {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Animal Farm music_note Harry Nilsson's Animal Farm has not been commercially released, but was included on Perfect Day: The Songs Of Nilsson 1971-1993 , a promotional CD.
Anybody Home music_note
Apollo Throwdown music_note The Go! Team sampled Harry Nilsson's "The Birds (Narration) The Birds " narration from The Point! for their song "Apollo Throwdown."   "Apollo Throwdown" by The Go! Team  
Are You Sleeping? (performed by Cynthia Henderson) music_note
Are You Sleeping? (performed by E. J. Gold) music_note "Are You Sleeping? " is one of the songs that E. J. Gold included on his 1994 Harry Nilsson tribute album, Children of the Night .  
Are You Sleeping? music_note
Are You Sleeping? (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
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.
As Time Goes By music_note Although it is probably the most played song from the A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night album, Harry Nilsson did not consider it the best track.
At My Front Door music_note
At My Front Door {Son of Dracula} music_note Harry re-recorded At My Front Door for the Son of Dracula album.
Auntie's Municipal Court music_note Recorded January 6, 15, 16, 1968.
Baa Baa Blacksheep music_note
Baby Baby music_note
Baby It's Over (performed by Debbie Burton) music_note "Baby It's Over" by Debbie Burton
Baby It's Over music_note "Baby It's Over " was recorded by Debbie Burton .   "Baby It's Over" by Debbie Burton
Baby What You Want Me to Do music_note "Baby What You Want Me to Do" is an unreleased song Harry Nilsson recorded with Bill Martin in 1970. Into this Jimmy Reed blues number, Harry inserts a verse from Scott Turner's Please Mr. Music Man . Harry had recorded Please Mr. Music Man along with 21 other songs during a marathon ...
Baby, I'm Yours music_note
Back Off Boogaloo music_note Recorded: November 4, 1980 and December 1-4, 1980 "Back Off Boogaloo" by Ringo Starr
Background Music music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Ballin' the Jack music_note Harry Nilsson recorded Ballin' the Jack and several other songs with Dr. John in the Summer of 1976. Ballin' the Jack was written in 1913 by Jim Burris (lyrics) and Chris Smith (music). The song started a dance craze that lasted for almost a decade.
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 ...."
Bath (performed by John Sheridan) music_note
Bath {Alternate Version} music_note
Bath {Mono} music_note
Bath music_note
Bath {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Remixed for Aerial Pandemonium Ballet .
Battle Of The Bands music_note The Turtles recorded Harry Nilsson's Battle of the Bands for their 1968 album The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands .
Battle Of The Bands (performed by Turtles) music_note The Turtles recorded Battle of the Bands for their 1968 album Battle of the Bands .
BBC Saturday Club Introduction By Brian Matthew music_note
Bed Springs music_note From the musical Zapata .
Best Friend (performed by Penfifteen Club) music_note Penfifteen Club recorded Harry Nilsson's Best Friend for the film Little Man .   "Best Friend" by Penfifteen Club  
Best Friend (performed by Tony Zajkowski) music_note Tony Zajkowski's performance of Best Friend is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Best Friend (performed by Puppet) music_note
Best Friend music_note Best Friend is the theme song Harry Nilsson wrote and recorded for the television series "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ." The Courtship of Eddie's Father   The song has been used in ...
Best Friend (performed by Brandon Cruz) music_note Brandon Cruz's Eddie Is a Punk CD includes four punk versions of "Best Friend ." One version features Harry Nilsson on piano and vocals. Two takes feature Cruz's TV father, Bill Bixby . And one version is a duet with Micky Dolenz .   ...
Best Friend {Brandon Cruz} music_note
Best Move music_note
Bigger Man music_note Zak Nilsson wrote "Bigger Man" as a tribute to his father, Harry Nilsson .   "Bigger Man" by Zak Nilsson  
Black Sails music_note
Black Sails {Demo} music_note
Black Sails In The Moonlight music_note When asked if he ever wrote songs to order, Harry Nilsson replied: "Recently I wrote one for Derek Taylor . A friend of his, his father was producing a movie with Peter Sellers and Spike Milligan and asked if I would write a tune for it. It was a pirate movie and they said they wanted a ...
Black Sails In The Moonlight {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note The quad version of Pussy Cats includes the quadraphonic version of "Black Sails In The Moonlight."
Blackbird music_note Harry tried to record the Beatles song in 3/4 time, but got lost along the way. (Source: Curtis Armstrong )
Blanket for a Sail (performed by Sara Watkins) music_note Sara Watkins recorded "Blanket for a Sail" for her 2021 album, Under the Pepper Tree . "Blanket for a Sail" by Sara Watkins  
Blanket For A Sail music_note Harry Nilsson recorded "Blanket for a Sail" for his 1971 album Knnillssonn . In 1990, he recorded an alternate version for the album For Our Children . The alternate version begins with the "Little fellow, you're so tired" verse from Little Cowboy .
Blanket For A Sail {For Our Children} music_note In 1990, Harry Nilsson recorded an alternate version of Blanket for a Sail for the album For Our Children . The alternate version begins with the "Little fellow, you're so tired" verse from Little Cowboy .
Blazing Arrow music_note Blazing Arrow by the hip-hop group Blackalicious includes a sample of Harry Nilsson singing Me and My Arrow . The song is available on the album of the same name, Blazing Arrow .   "Blazing Arrow" ...
Blow Me Down music_note Robin Williams (as Popeye) sings "Blow Me Down" in the film Popeye .
Born In Grenada music_note
Brandy Alexander music_note Seeing Ron Sexsmith drinking a Brandy Alexander at a party, Leslie Feist asked about the drink. He told her the story of John Lennon's and Harry Nilsson's addiction to the drink during Lennon's "Lost Weekend ."   Inspired by the story, Feist wrote the lyrics to "Brandy Alexander" which ...
Break music_note
Bright Side of Life music_note Harry Nilsson recorded "Bright Side of Life" for his Flash Harry album. "Bright Side of Life" by Harry Nilsson   Eric Idle wrote the song for the 1979 Monty Python film, ...
Buffalo Boogaloo music_note
Building Me Up music_note
Bully For You music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Buy My Album music_note
Buy My Album {Single Version} music_note
Camp Candy music_note Harry Nilsson recorded the theme song for John Candy's "Camp Candy " - a Saturday morning animated show for kids.
Campo de Encino music_note Jimmy Webb dedicated his song "Campo de Encino " to Harry Nilsson "who always said my songs were too serious."[1] Nilsson's recording of the song went unreleased until it appeared as a bonus track for the 2006 CD reissue of Son of Schmilsson . [1] ...
Caroline music_note "Caroline " was the only song Randy Newman wrote specifically for Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Sings Newman album.  
Case of You music_note Harry Nilsson produced Frank Stallone's recording of Case of You . It was during the recording session with Stallone that Harry learned of the death of John Lennon . The single reached #60 on the Billboard charts.
Cast And Crew music_note "Cast and Crew " is Harry Nilsson singing the credits for the film Skidoo .   Harry also sang the song during an appearance on the TV show "Playboy After Dark .": That was live. It just happens that in writing that particular thing it was really a lot of work so it stayed with me longer ...
Celeste Alone music_note
Cheek to Cheek music_note
Cheillia Pou Dipsoun Gia Agapi (performed by Vicky Leandros) music_note Cheillia Pou Dipsoun Gia Agapi is Vicky Leandros's Greek version of Without Her .
Chicago music_note
Chicken Track music_note
City Life music_note
City Life (performed by Jason Falkner) music_note
Closing {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note
Closing music_note
Coconut (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Coconut {Alice Cooper} music_note Alice Cooper , Harry Nilsson , Keith Moon , Marc Bolan , and the original Alice Cooper Band recorded a version of "Coconut " which has never been released.   Well, we had already done School's Out , which was, it was a number one album in England, and so we decided to record Billion ...
Coconut (performed by Dale Turner) music_note Dale Turner's Interpretations - Solo Arrangements for Guitar and Voice ends with the guitarist's acoustic version of Harry Nilsson's Coconut .
Coconut (performed by Ty Segall) music_note "Coconut" is one of six songs from Nilsson Schmilsson that Ty Segall released on his Segall Smeagol EP.  
Coconut (performed by The Muppets) music_note Alternate lyrics - "Rocky bought a coconut ..." / "Ain't there nothing I can take to relieve this flipper ache". The Muppets performed Coconut during an episode that aired in the fourth season of The Muppet Show . Fozzie Bear introduces the song which is performed by Kermit the ...
Coconut (performed by Sprung Monkey) music_note "<a href="https://nilssonschmilsson.com/coconut-210526130534.html">Coconut</a>" by <a href="https://nilssonschmilsson.com/sprung-monkey.html">Sprung Monkey</a> ...
Coconut (performed by Kid Power) music_note
Coconut (performed by Liesbeth List) music_note
Coconut (performed by Markus) music_note Markus's version of Coconut is on the 2000 album I Like You!
Coconut (performed by Ac-Rock) music_note AC-Rock's version of Coconut is on their 2000 album Acappellago . Even though they are listed as separate tracks, Coconut is actually performed as a medley with "Witch Doctor ."
Coconut (performed by Samuel E. Wright) music_note Samuel E. Wright performed the voice of "Sebastian" in Disney's The Little Mermaid and its sequels. As Sebastian, he sings "Coconut " on the albums Walt Disney Records Presents Ariel's Favorites: Ariel And Friends Sing Their Favorite Hits From The Sea and Disney's Sebastian Party ...
Coconut (performed by Sugar Beats) music_note Sugar Beats' version of Coconut in on the 1998 album How Sweet It Is . "Coconut" by Sugar Beats
Coconut music_note Harry Nilsson's "Coconut " is featured in Quentin Tarantino's cult film Reservoir Dogs and in the critically acclaimed The Ice Storm . It also appears in the 1998 film Practical Magic .   It's a party song. It's a good song to get drunk to. -- Sandra Bullock (star of ...
Coconut (performed by Dannii Minogue) music_note Coconut was a "hidden track" on some editions of Dannii Minogue's CD Girl . Her recording of Harry Nilsson's song is also on the album Singles .
Coconut (performed by Fred Schneider) music_note Fred Schneider recorded "Coconut " for the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album.   Fred Schneider "Coconut"  
Coconut Juice music_note
Coconut Juice (performed by Tyga) music_note "Coconut Juice" by Tyga
Coconut {Demo} music_note The Camden reissue of Nilsson Schmilsson includes a demo version of Coconut .
Coconut {Don Pablos Commercial} music_note Don Pablos , a chain of Mexican restaurants, used the tune of Coconut as the music for a TV commercial. The lyrics are sung to the tune of Coconut .
Coconut {Muppets} music_note Buy This Poster At AllPosters.com Alternate lyrics - "Rocky bought a coconut ..." / "Ain't there nothing I can take to relieve this flipper ache". The Muppets performed the song during an episode aired in the fourth season of The Muppet Show . Fozzie Bear ...
Coconut {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Come Fly With Me music_note The October, 1990, issue of Los Angeles Magazine reported that Harry Nilsson joined Terry Gilliam onstage at Adriano's Restaurant to sing "Come Fly With Me", "It Had to Be You ," and "High Hopes ".
Computer music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Convention '72 music_note "Convention '72" is a break-in record credited to The Delegates which includes a sample from Harry Nilsson's "Coconut ."   In the novelty song, a Walter Cronkite impersonator asks:   "Senator McGovern, how did you feel when you and Senator Eagleton first separated, Sir?"   The ...
Count Down Meets Merlin and Amber music_note Incidental music and dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
Countin' music_note Harry Nilsson performed Countin' as a demo for the Monkees . Harry described it as "cute" and made several false starts before finishing the song.
Courtship of Eddie's Father - Background Cues music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Cow's Wrong music_note "Cow's Wrong" is a song by The Beta Band . In BMI's online database, "Cow's Worng" is credited to the members of the band and Harry Nilsson . Since Harry apparently had nothing to do with "Cow's Wrong," the BMI database is probably wrong. Most likely it should have listed a song called ...
Cowboy {Alternate Version} music_note
Cowboy music_note The theme from Midnight Cowboy can be heard during the fade out of Cowboy .
Cowboy {Demo} music_note
Crois Tu Vraiment music_note Crois Tu Vraiment is (literally) "Really Believe You" in French - which song of Harry Nilsson's it is, is unclear.
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 ...
Cuddly Toy {Demo} music_note
Cuddly Toy (performed by Julian Maile) music_note Julian Maile's performance of Cuddly Toy is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .   "Cuddly Toy" by Julian Mailed
Cuddly Toy {Italian Version} music_note
Cuddly Toy music_note After selling "Cuddly Toy" to The Monkees and receiving a $40,000 guarantee Harry Nilsson felt secure enough to quit his job at the bank . He called his boss who chided Nilsson "for making jokes over the phone," But when he sensed I was serious he told me he couldn't be happier and I would ...
Cuddly Toy (performed by Hal) music_note Hal included a cover of Harry Nilsson's Cuddly Toy on their 2005 single "Don't Come Running ."
Cuddly Toy {Mono} music_note
Daddy's Song music_note Harry Nilsson included "Daddy's Song " on his Aerial Ballet album, but RCA quickly pulled the first release of the album and reissued it without "Daddy's Song."   RCA feared that Harry's version of the song would compete with the Monkees's recording included on the soundtrack album for ...
Daddy's Song (performed by Monkees) music_note Harry Nilsson's version of "Daddy's Song " was originally released on the first pressing of his Aerial Ballet album. But, it was quickly pulled from the album by RCA who feared that it would compete with The Monkees's cover version.   Nilsson's version later reappeared on his Aerial ...
Daddy's Song {Mono} music_note
Daddy's Song (performed by The Casuals) music_note The Casuals recorded Daddy's Song for their 1969 album Hour World . The song is available on the Very Best of the Casuals CD. "Daddy's Song" by The Casuals  
Daddy's Song {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Remixed for Aerial Pandemonium Ballet . Harry added new vocals and mixed the guitar and piano out Of sync.
Daybreak (performed by Micky Dolenz) music_note
Daybreak {Album Version} music_note
Daybreak (performed by Mychael LaMorte) music_note Mychael LaMorte's performance of Daybreak is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Daybreak music_note
Daybreak {Micky Dolenz - Promotional Version (Mono)} music_note The promotional single containing Micky Dolenz recording of Daybreak used a different mix of the song. Harry Nilsson produced Dolenz's recording.
Daybreak {Micky Dolenz - Promotional Version (Stereo)} music_note The promotional single containing Micky Dolenz recording of Daybreak used a different mix of the song.
Daybreak {Micky Dolenz - Release Version} music_note
Daybreak {Single Version} music_note
Daylight Has Caught Me music_note
Dayton, Ohio 1903 music_note
Det Kan Val Va Sa Har music_note The Wailing of the Willow in Swedish.    
Diez Indios music_note Ten Little Indians translated into Spanish
Din' We music_note Although it appears on the Popeye soundtrack album, Din' We was not in the final cut of the film.
Dismember Of The Wedding music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Do You Believe music_note
Do You Wanna (Have Some Fun) music_note
Don't Forget Me (performed by Marshall Crenshaw) music_note
Don't Forget Me (performed by David Driver) music_note David Driver's performance of "Don't Forget Me " is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .   In addition to the performance captured on the CD, Loser's Lounge has performed the song at other events.   ...
Don't Forget Me (performed by Joe Cocker) music_note Joe Cocker's recording of Don't Forget Me is from his I Can Stand a Little Rain album. It is also available on the CD Connoisseur's Cocker .
Don't Forget Me (performed by Marianne Faithfull) music_note During her tour to promote her album Twentieth Century Blues , Marianne Faithfull performed Harry Nilsson's "Don't Forget Me ."   Before singing the song, Faithfull told a tall tale. She said that Harry died having root canal work after his "teeth fucked up, which is the first thing that ...
Don't Forget Me {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note Bill Sherman of OakHaus Designs writes in a web review of Pussy Cats : "The sorrowful lyrics of Nilsson's ... Don't Forget Me comprise the record's most darkly comic and touching moment." (http://www.oakhaus.com/singers.html)
Don't Forget Me (performed by Willem Van Hanegem) music_note "Don't Forget Me" by Willem Van Hanegem  
Don't Forget Me (performed by Jonathan Fire Eater) music_note Jonathan Fire Eater's cover of Don't Forget Me is on the group's 1997 CD EP "When the Curtain Calls for You ".
Don't Forget Me music_note Bill Sherman of OakHaus Designs writes in a web review of Pussy Cats :   The sorrowful lyrics of Nilsson's ... "Don't Forget Me " comprise the record's most darkly comic and touching moment. -- Bill Sherman [1] [1] OakHaus Design, Bill ...
Don't Forget Me {Demo} music_note A vastly different work-through of the Pussy Cats classic. Here, Harry Nilsson and the band take it at a fast pace, with several tempo changes along the way, and some fine drumming.
Don't Leave Me (performed by John Cowan) music_note
Don't Leave Me music_note Harry Nilsson recorded "Don't Leave Me " on December 1, 1967, for his 1968 album, Aerial Ballet . He later remixed the song for the Aerial Pandemonium Ballet album released in June of 1971.   Don't leave me, baby. Things are gonna work out fine. Don't leave me, baby. Think I'm ...
Don't Leave Me {Mono} music_note
Don't Leave Me (performed by Perry Como) music_note Perry Como's recording of "Don't Leave Me " was the b-side to a single (RCA 74-0356). "Love Is Spreading Over the World" was the a-side. It was also released on an EP called "It's Impossible" in Portugal (RCA TP-678). ...
Don't Leave Me {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Harry Nilsson recorded "Don't Leave Me " on December 1, 1967, for his 1968 album, Aerial Ballet . He later remixed the song for the Aerial Pandemonium Ballet album released in June of 1971.   Don't leave me, baby. Things are gonna work out fine. Don't leave me, baby. Think I'm ...
Don't Leave Me (performed by Astrud Gilberto) music_note Astrud Gilberto's cover of Don't Leave Me is on her album September 17, 1969 .
Don't Leave Me (performed by Brass Ring) music_note Brass Ring's cover of Harry Nilsson's Don't Leave Me is on the album The Evolution of the Brass Ring ( ITCO ILS10002).
Don't Say Goodbye music_note
Donna I Understand music_note One of Harry Nilsson's first records, Donna I Understand was released under the pseudonym Johnny Niles . "It sold four copies." -- Harry
Down (performed by Jim Russell) music_note
Down music_note
Down By the Sea {Demo} music_note A bonus track on the Buddha reissue of Pussy Cats , this song was originally released on the Duit On Mon Dei album.   This demo version was produced by John Lennon . It is a totally different take on the song, complete with "island-style" pedal guitar from Sneaky Pete , piano by ...
Down By the Sea music_note
Down To The Valley music_note
Down To The Valley {Alternate Version} music_note An alternate take of "Down To The Valley " included as a bonus track on BMG's 2002 reissue of The Point! . This version is remixed and includes the coda which was cut off the single release.   "Down to the ...
Down To The Valley {Single Version} music_note
Down {Demo} music_note Demo version of the Nilsson Schmilsson song.
Down {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Down {Son of Dracula} music_note
Dream Love music_note
Driving Along (performed by Jay Goncalo) music_note
Driving Along music_note
Driving Along {Demo} music_note
Driving Along {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Drumming is My Madness music_note Recorded: November 4, 1980 and December 1-4, 1980.   Asked "Do you have any favorite drum tracks from your solo recordings?" by Billy Amendola of Modern Drummer magazine, Ringo Starr replied: "Drumming Is My Madness" is one, because it was fun. It was Harry Nilsson , Jim Keltner , and ...
Drumming is My Madness (performed by Clem/Eddy) music_note Clem/Eddy's performance of Drumming is My Madness is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Early In The Morning music_note
Early In The Morning {Alternate Version} music_note
Early In The Morning {Demo} music_note Early In the Morning first appeared on the Nilsson Schmilsson album. This early demo (with an even stronger vocal) is included as a bonus track on Buddha's reissue of Aerial Pandemonium Ballet .
Early In The Morning {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Earthquake music_note "Earthquake" is a song by Alan Boyd which is based on the fantastic tales Marianne Faithfull told about Harry Nilsson .   A cassette of the song was distributed to guests attending Harryfest 2000 .
Easier For Me (performed by Ringo Starr) music_note
Easier For Me music_note "Easier for Me" by Harry Nilsson  
Eddie Makes Three music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
End of Message to Scotty music_note
Episode music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Escape Impossible music_note
Escape Possible music_note
Everybody Do The Philly music_note
Everybody Loves to Eat music_note Harry Nilsson wrote Everybody Loves to Eat for the film Popeye . Harry recorded a demo version of the song which was not used in the film.
Everybody's Talkin' {Midnight Cowboy Reprise} music_note
Everybody's Talkin' music_note Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' " from the Aerial Ballet album was later featured in the movie Midnight Cowboy . The single issued to coincide with the release of the soundtrack album became an international hit and earned Nilsson a Grammy award. ...
Everybody's Talkin' {Mono} music_note
Everybody's Talkin' {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Harry Nilsson remixed his Aerial Ballet version of Everybody's Talkin' for the Aerial Pandemonium Ballet album. He removed the second voice.
Everybody's Talkin' {Midnight Cowboy Version} music_note
Everything He Needs music_note Carly Rae Jepsen incorporated Harry Nilsson's "He Needs Me " into her song "Everything He Needs ." The song appears on her 2019 album Dedicated .   Everything He Needs   We thought the ...
Everything is Food music_note This song from the film Popeye did not appear on the soundtrack album.
Everything's Got 'Em music_note
Everything's Got 'Em (performed by Diana Ross) music_note Diana Ross performs a medley of songs from The Point! on her live album, An Evening With Diana Ross .
Fairfax Rag music_note
Fantasia's Confidential Ghetto (performed by PM Dawn) music_note PM Dawn recorded a medley of songs called Fantasia's Confidential Ghetto . Harry Nilsson's Coconut was the third of the three songs incorporated into Fantasia's Confidential Ghetto on their Jesus Wept album. ...
Fantasia's Confidential Ghetto music_note P.M. Dawn's "Fantasia's Confidential Ghetto" incorporates the songs "1999 ," "Once in a Lifetime ," and Harry Nilsson's "Coconut ."
Fire Dance music_note
First Impressions Main Theme music_note Harry Nilsson co-wrote and performed the theme song for the television show "First Impressions " starring Brad Garrett .   First Impressions Opening  
Foolish Clock music_note
For Me And My Gal music_note
Frankenstein, Merlin & The Operation music_note Incidental music and dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
Freckles {Mono} music_note
Freckles music_note
Garbage Can Ballet music_note
Garbage Can Ballet {Alternate Version} music_note
Gemeinsam music_note "Gemeinsam" is Harry Nilsson's "Together " translated into German. Liesbeth List recorded the song for her 1970 self-titled album.  
Gemeinsam (performed by Liesbeth List) music_note
Gentlemen Friend music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Georgia On My Mind music_note During the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions Harry Nilsson recorded a medley of "Yesterday " and "Georgia On My Mind ."   Ray Charles's recording of "Georgia on My Mind " was a hit in 1960. The song was later adopted as the state song of Georgia.   When Paul McCartney composed the ...
Girlfriend music_note "Girlfriend" is an alternate version of Best Friend .
Give, Love, Joy music_note Harry Nilsson wrote and sang the song Give, Love, Joy for the animated TV special, Ziggy's Gift . Ziggy's Gift won an Emmy for "Outstanding Animated Special." Harry's friend, Perry Botkin composed the music for the show.
Goeie Ouwe Plee music_note Willem Nijholt is a humorist in the Netherlands. The title of this song (when translated from Dutch) is something like "Good Old Toilet", so it is probably a take-off of Harry Nilsson's Good Old Desk .
Goin' Down music_note Harry Nilsson submitted Goin' Down to the makers of the film The Odd Job , but the producers decided not to use it. (Source: )
Goin' Down {Alternate Version} music_note
Good For God music_note
Good For God {In God We Trust} music_note Harry Nilsson sings an alternate version of Good for God during the closing credits fo Marty Feldman's 1980 film In God We Trust .
Good Old Desk (performed by Ron Sexsmith) music_note Ron Sexsmith's recording of Good Old Desk is available on his Rarities CD.
Good Old Desk music_note
Good Old Desk {Mono} music_note
Good Old Desk {Live On BBC's Saturday Club} music_note
Good Old Desk (performed by Mark Rozzo) music_note Mark Rozzo's performance of Good Old Desk is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Good Old Desk {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Harry Nilsson remixed "Good Old Desk ' for his Aerial Pandemonium Ballet album. He slowed the tempo for this new version.
Good Times music_note
Goodnight Mr. Banks music_note
Gotta Get Up {Alternate Version} music_note
Gotta Get Up (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Gotta Get Up (performed by E. J. Gold & The Galaxians) music_note
Gotta Get Up (performed by Michelle Pate) music_note
Gotta Get Up (performed by Joe McGinty) music_note Joe McGinty's performance of "Gotta Get Up " is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .   "Gotta Get Up" by Joe McGinty
Gotta Get Up music_note In his book, , Jimmy Webb says that Harry Nilsson asked permission from Webb to use the phrase "Up, Up, and Away " in Nilsson's "Gotta Get Up ."   "Gotta Get Up" by Harry Nilsson ...
Gotta Get Up {Demo} music_note
Gotta Get Up {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note In his book, , Jimmy Webb says that Harry Nilsson wrote Gotta Get Up as a spoof of Webb's "Up, Up, and Away ."
Green Bay Packers March music_note
Groovy Little Suzie music_note Harry Nilsson wrote Groovie Little Suzie but he admits the song is a copy of "Good Golly, Miss Molly" which was written by John Marascalco and was a hit for Little Richard . Little Richard recorded Harry's song. The songwriting credit, however, was given to Marascalco.
Growin' Up music_note
Guess Who's Coming To Lunch music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Hacedor De Lluvias music_note Rainmaker translated into in Spanish.
Hamburg Im Regen music_note "Hamburg In the Rain " is a song in German set to the tune of Harry Nilsson's Daybreak . The song was recorded by Mary Roos in 1974.
Hamburg Im Regen (performed by Mary Roos) music_note "Hamburg In the Rain " is a song in German set to the tune of Harry Nilsson's "Daybreak ." The song was recorded by Mary Roos in 1974 and was a hit in Germany.   "Hamburg in the Rain" by Mary Roos ...
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing music_note
Harry music_note "Harry " by Eric Idle   Learning that Nilsson planned to record his "Bright Side of Life ," Eric Idle wrote and recorded "Harry" as a gift for Nilsson. Harry, being Harry, included the track on his Flash Harry album.   ...
Harry Radio Spot music_note
He Ain't Gonna Get My Girl music_note
He Needs Me music_note Shelley Duvall's recording of Harry Nilsson's He Needs Me is featured in the 2002 film Punch-Drunk Love starring Adam Sandler . Harry Nilsson wrote He Needs Me for the movie Popeye . Actress Shelley Duvall ("Olive Oyl"), performs the song in the film and on the Popeye ...
He Needs Me (performed by Lianne Smith) music_note Lianne Smith's performance of He Needs Me is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
He Spins Around music_note "He Spins Around " is a song written by Bob Segarini and recorded by his group, Family Tree in 1968. The recording was produced by Rick Jarrard .   Segarini (who co-wrote "Miss Butter's Lament " with Harry) wrote "He Spins Around" about Harry. The Family ...
He's Large music_note
Headlines music_note
Her Eyes music_note
Here I Sit music_note "Here I Sit " was recorded by The Ronettes .   "It was taken from a men's room wall: 'Here I sit, broken hearted/Fell in love, but now we parted' instead of 'farted.' 'Couldn't see the writing on the wall' If that isn't enough of a hint!" -- Harry Nilsson
Here I Sit (performed by Ronettes) music_note The Ronettes recording of Harry Nilsson's Here I Sit is available on The Best of the Ronettes CD. "Here I Sit" by the Ronettes
Here I Sit (performed by Tricia Scotti) music_note Tricia Scotti's performance of Here I Sit is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Hey Little Girl music_note
Hey Little Girl (performed by Jimmie Cross) music_note Jimmie Cross released a single in 1964 on Red Bird (042) with the song The Super-Duper Man backed with Hey Little Girl .
Hi-Heel Sneakers/Rescue Boy Medley {Losst And Founnd} music_note
High Heel Sneakers music_note "High Heel Sneakers" is one of the songs Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. This song was originally titled Rescue Boy .
High Hopes music_note The October, 1990, issue of L.A. Magazine reported that Harry Nilsson joined Terry Gilliam onstage at Adriano's Restaurant to sing "Come Fly With Me ", "It Had to Be You ," and "High Hopes".
Home music_note "Home" by Harry Nilsson  
Honky Tonk Heaven music_note One of the songs recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
How About You music_note Harry Nilsson performed "How About You " for the soundtrack of Terry Gilliam's The Fisher King .   Ralph Freed wrote the lyrics of "How About You ." The music was composed by Burton Lane . The song was written for the 1941 film Babes on Broadway . It was performed in the movie by ...
How Can I Be Sure of You music_note This early version of Good for God was recorded along with demos for Nilsson Schmilsson . It was released as a bonus track on the 2004 CD reissue of Nilsson Schmilsson .
How Long Can Disco On music_note
How To Write A Song music_note In "How to Write a Song," Harry Nilsson describes how to ... write a song.
How To Write A Song {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note The quadraphonic version of How To Write a Song was released on the quad LP version of Sandman .
I Am Waiting music_note Harry wrote and sang the song for a little film [ The Story of Eric ] about Lamaze childbirth done by some friends we had met during our own Lamaze adventure in 1970-71, which culminated in the birth of Zak . -- Diane Nilsson  
I Don't Need You music_note "Steve Cropper and Donald "Duck" Dunn came from L.A. to Memphis to record some stuff on the Blues Brothers ( John Belushi / Dan Aykroyd ) at Shoe Production Studios in 1978. They heard my song 'I Don't Need You,' which I had released on Mercury Records through Juddie Phillips . They ...
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Ron Sexsmith) music_note Ron Sexsmith performed I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City during his appearance on the NPR radio show "Anthem." The song is available on the CD called NPR Studio Cuts
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Cynthia Henderson) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City music_note While making the film Midnight Cowboy , director John Schlesinger had been using Harry Nilsson's recording of Everybody's Talkin' as an example of the type of song he wanted for the finished film. Harry wrote I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City as his candidate for the final ...
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Richard Barone) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Eternal Triangle) music_note Triangle's cover of "I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City " was released on a single (Decca F12979) in the UK backed with "Perfumed Candle." "I Guess the Lord Must be in New York City" by Eternal ...
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Sinead O'Connor) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Julia Greenburg) music_note Julia Greenburg's performance of I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Wayne Newton) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Sagittarius) music_note Sagittarius recorded I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City for their 1969 album Blue Marble .
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by The New Yorkers) music_note One of the earliest recording of the Hudson Brothers (who were then called "The New Yorkers ") was of Harry Nilsson's I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City . "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City" ...
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Sting) music_note The exclusive Japanese releases of Sting's The Bridge on SHM-CD include an additional bonus track of Harry Nilsson's "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City ."
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Jerry Styner and Larry Brown) music_note In an early experiment using a music synthesizer, Jerry Styner and Larry Brown hooked an "Orbit III" synthesizer to a Wurlitzer organ. The result was released on an LP called Orbit III (Beverly Hills BHS-38).
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Richard Bowden Orchestra) music_note The Richard Bowden Orchestra recorded I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City for the 1974 album Diamonds of the Decade Featuring the Richard Bowden Orchestra (RCA SOELP 10156).
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Liza Minnelli) music_note Liza Minnelli's performance of I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City is included on the video tape "An Evening with Liza Minnelli ." The performance was recorded at the New Orleans Theater of the Performing Arts .
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City (performed by Mystic Moods Orchestra) music_note The Mystic Moods Orchestra performed I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City for their album Country Lovin' Folk . "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City" by Mystic Moods Orchestra ...
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City/Shiver Me Timbers (performed by John DePalma) music_note John DePalma combines Harry Nilsson's I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City with Tom Waits's "Shiver Me Timbers " on his 2002 album The Song Is Mine .   "<a href="https://nilssonschm ...
I Just Ain't Right music_note
I Know music_note
I Know Why music_note Harry recorded this Glenn Miller track during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions as a gift to his attorney.
I Live in a World music_note Harry Nilsson never released a recording of I Live in a World which was one of the songs he demo'ed for The Monkees .
I Love My Suit music_note Ringo Starr appeared in four Japanese TV commercials for Simple Life leisure suits. The commercials show Ringo encountering unusual creatures while wearing his Simple Life suit and lip-synching to a jingle ("I Love My Suit"). The backing vocals for the jingle are sung by Davy Jones and ...
I Need You music_note
I Never Thought I'd Get This Lonely music_note
I Said Goodbye To Me music_note "I Said Goodbye to Me" by Harry Nilsson
I Said Goodbye To Me {Alternate Version} music_note
I Said Goodbye To Me {Mono} music_note
I Said Goodbye To Me (performed by The Glass Menagerie) music_note Released as the a-side of a single (Astor AP-1553) in Australia.
I Want My Baby Back music_note The song "I Want My Baby Back" by Jimmie Cross is a "follow-up" to "Leader of the Pack ." In the song Cross and his girlfriend are the ones who ran into the "Leader of the Pack". By the end of the song, he misses his girl so much that he "digs her up" - complete with shovel sounds and the sound ...
I Want You To Sit On My Face music_note
I Will Take You There (performed by Paul Klein) music_note
I Will Take You There {Single Version} music_note
I Will Take You There music_note
I Will Take You There {Alternate Version} music_note
I Will Take You There {Monophonic Single Version} music_note
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now music_note In 1909, Harold Orlob composed "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now " when he worked for Music Publishers Company which was owned by Joseph Howard . As was customary at that time, the copyright of the song was given to the publisher. For many years Howard maintained that he was the sole composer. ...
I Yam What I Yam music_note Robin Williams (as Popeye) sings "I Yam What I Yam" in the film Popeye .
I Yam What I Yam (Popeye Rap) music_note The New Jersey group Guitari incorporated samples of Harry Nilsson's I Yam What I Yam , Sailin' , and It's Not Easy Being Me , from the Popeye soundtrack album in their songs "Hero " and "I Yam What I Yam (Popeye Rap)."
I'd Do It All Again music_note
I'd Rather Be Dead music_note At the end of the Son of Schmilsson album Richard Perry says "Goodbye, Harry" to which Harry Nilsson replies, "See ya next album, Richard." According to Nilsson expert, Curtis Armstrong , this was something of an inside joke: during the I'd Rather Be Dead sessions Harry and Richard brought ...
I'll Be Home music_note A brief bit of I'll Be Home appears in Buy My Album .
I'll Be Home {Alternate Version} music_note
I'll Be Home {Demo} music_note Demo version of I'll Be Home .
I'll Never Leave You {The Point!} music_note A piano/vocal demo of "I'll Never Leave You " included as a bonus track on BMG's 2002 reissue of The Point! .   We discovered some time ago that this great Nilsson song was originally intended for The Point! and was only removed at the last minute. We thought the "Point!" version was ...
I'll Never Leave You music_note
I'll Never Leave You {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
I'll Take a Tango music_note
I'll Take a Tango {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows music_note Joseph McCarthy and Harry Carroll wrote "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows " in 1918 for the musical comedy "Oh, Look! " Carroll's melody is based on Chopin .   "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" by Harry ...
I'm Gonna Lose My Mind music_note
I'm Mean music_note
I'm Popeye the Sailor Man music_note "I'm Popeye the Sailor Man " was written in 1933 by Sammy Lerner for Popeye's film debut in "Popeye the Sailor ", a Betty Boop cartoon. It took Lerner just two hours to write the song.   Robin Williams performed the song in the 1980 film Popeye which featured original songs and music ...
I've Got It music_note I've Got It was written by Harry Nilsson and Perry Botkin for the musical Zapata .
If Only music_note Harry Nilsson guest starred as a singer named "Tim Seagirt " in an episode of the NBC television series, "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir " titled "The Music Maker ". Harry performs two songs, "Without Her " and "If Only ."
If Only I Had a Big White Horse music_note From the musical Zapata .
In Time music_note
Introduction {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note
Introduction music_note
Is It the Music music_note
Isolation music_note Harry Nilsson's recording of John Lennon's song "Isolation " was released as a bonus track on the CD re-release of Aerial Pandemonium Ballet .   "<a href="https://nilssonschmilsson.com/isola ...
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear music_note
It Had To Be You {Alternate Version} music_note
It Had to Be You music_note "It Had to Be You " was written in 1924. It was featured in the 1944 musical film Show Business . The music is by Isham Jones and the lyrics are by Gus Kahn .   "It Had to Be You " was first recorded by the duet of Billy Murray and Aileen Stanley in 1924.   Danny Thomas ...
It Had To Be You / I'd Rather Be Dead music_note
It Had To Be You {Jam Session} music_note This previously unreleased version of It Had to Be You appeared on the 2006 reissue of Son of Schmilsson .
It Is He Who Will Be King music_note Incidental music and dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
It Is He Who Will Be King (outro)/Daybreak music_note From the Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology collection. The end of It Is He Who Will Be King and all of Daybreak from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
It Just Ain't Right music_note
It's A Jungle Out There music_note
It's Been So Long {Mono} music_note
It's Been So Long {Italian Version} music_note
It's Been So Long music_note
It's Been So Long (performed by Kenny Everett) music_note Radio DJ, Kenny Everett had a minor hit with his recording of It's Been So Long which he released as a single (MGM 1421) backed with Without Her . The song was introduced by Everett himself on the record.   ...
It's Not Easy Being Me music_note This duet from Popeye is sung by Popeye ( Robin Williams ) and Bluto ( Paul L. Smith ).
It's Only a Paper Moon music_note "It's Only a Paper Moon " was written in 1933 for the play "The Great Magoo " and was originally titled "If You Believed in Me." The title was changed to "It's Only a Paper Moon " when it was sung by June Knight and Charles Rodgers in the 1933 film Take a Chance . ...
It's So Easy music_note Harry offered "It's So Easy " to Ringo Starr for the Stop and Smell the Roses album, but Ringo turned it down.   Harry sings "N, I, L, easy, S, S, O, N, S, T, A, stallworth, L, L, W, O, R, T, H, D, E, C, 1, 2, T, H" in the background. "Stallworth" is the last name of the song's co-writer. ...
J'attendrai Longtemps music_note "I Will Wait a Long Time" in French.
Jesus Christ You're Tall music_note "I think Harry was a little self-conscious about his height" -- Derek Taylor
Jesus Christ You're Tall {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Joy (performed by Joe Ely) music_note
Joy music_note Harry Nilsson released his country parody, Joy , as a single on RCA's country label under the name "Buck Earl ".
Joy {Alternate Version} music_note
Joy To the World music_note Although German composer George F. Handel is usually credited with composing the melody for Joy to the World , the music was actually composed in the early 1800s by American composer Lowell Mason . The words to the song are based on a 1719 translation of Psalm 98 by Isaac Watts . Mason set ...
Joy {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note An alternate version of Joy is included as a bonus track on the Buddha reissue of Aerial Pandemonium Ballet . This version is not the same as the demo versions on the Camden release.
Joy {Grunt Version} music_note An alternate version of Joy with an extra lead pedal steel guitar overdub and the omission of the second "...things went good, things went bad, good, bad,good,bad..." verse in favor of a steel guitar solo. The tag at the end is a different take. Last, but not least, at 1:10, Harry adds a very ...
Joy {Guitar Demo} music_note Guitar demo.
Joy {Piano Demo} music_note Piano demo.
Judy music_note B-Side of a special limited edition single for sale at Beatlefest . All proceeds benefit the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence , a group supporting stricter handgun controls. At the March 1982 Beatlefest Harry offered to write a song for the first person to donate $500 to the Coalition to Stop ...
Jump Into the Fire {Single Version} music_note
Jump Into the Fire {Album Version} music_note
Jump Into the Fire (performed by Robin Zander) music_note
Jump Into the Fire (performed by Tripping Daisy) music_note Tripping Daisy recorded Harry Nilsson's Jump Into the Fire for the soundtrack of the film The Craft . The song is on the soundtrack CD .
Jump Into the Fire (performed by Alice Cohen) music_note Alice Cohen's performance of Jump Into the Fire is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Jump Into the Fire (performed by LaVern Baker) music_note LaVern Baker's gospel-inspired version of "Jump Into the Fire " appeared on the tribute album For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson .
Jump Into The Fire {Alternate Version} music_note
Jump Into the Fire (performed by Elena Powell) music_note Elena Powell's cover of Harry Nilsson's Jump Into the Fire is on her 1999 album Fractal Hoedown .
Jump Into the Fire (performed by Russ Tolman) music_note Russ Tolman's version of Harry Nilsson's Jump Into the Fire was released on his 1988 album Down in Earthquake Town .
Jump Into the Fire {Demo} music_note Demo version.
Jump Into the Fire {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Juntos music_note Together translated into Spanish.
Just One Look music_note Just One Look was a top 10 hit for Doris Troy (the songwriter, Doris Payne ). The song was also recorded by The Hollies and Linda Ronstadt .
Just Wait Till Summer Comes music_note
Kids music_note
Knnillssonn Radio Spot music_note
Kojak Columbo music_note "Television's here to save us," Harry Nilsson sings (with tongue firmly in cheek) in Kojak Columbo . "Kojak " was a police drama which aired on CBS from October, 1973, to April, 1978. Telly Savalas , former casting assistant and news director, starred as "Lt. Theo Kojak." "Columbo " ...
La Cancion Del Cachorro music_note The Puppy Song translated into Spanish.
La La Song music_note
Lady Gaye music_note
Lamaze music_note Lamaze was apparently recorded as a joke by Harry Nilsson during the sessions for The Story of Eric . This "theme" has a dissonant piano counterpoint and very funny fake French lyrics. Brief but memorable. (Source: Curtis Armstrong )   ...
Late Last Night music_note
Laughin' Man music_note
Lay Down Your Arms (performed by Ringo Starr and Stevie Nicks) music_note It came about because Harry was my dear friend and he was really preparing himself for an album, always writing songs. He gave me this song, "Lay Down Your Arms ," four or five years ago. And I always thought I wanted to do this song one day if he doesn't do it on an album. So when they came ...
Lay Down Your Arms music_note Harry Nilsson's recording of "Lay Down Your Arms " plays during the closing credits for the film Handgun (aka Deep in the Heart ).   Ringo Starr and Stevie Nicks performed "Lay Down Your Arms " on the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album.   It came about ...
Lazy Moon music_note Recorded: March 15-22, 1973   "Lazy Moon " was written in 1901. Harry Nilsson first heard it sung by Oliver Hardy in the film Pardon Us . From the time it appeared in that film until Harry recorded it in 1973, there is no record of anyone else recording the song.
Lean On Me music_note
Learning From You music_note
Leave the Rest to Molly music_note Unreleased song from the Flash Harry sessions.
Leggenda music_note When Harry Nilsson decided to release an Italian -language version of "Without You " ("Per Chi ") in Italy , he found out that he was required to include an Italian song on the single. Therefore, he recorded "Leggenda " for the B-side. ...
Les Vérités de la Police (performed by Les Jelly Roll) music_note Les Vérités de la Police  
Let Me Go music_note Boy/girl duet by Pat and Andr on Warner Bros. 5824. Co-written with Johnny Cole, produced by Dick Glasser, and arranged by Gene Page. Recorded, presumably as a demo, with Phil Spector producing and Harry on vocals, possibly in late 1965. The released version sounds a great deal like the Spector ...
Let Me Go Free music_note From the musical Zapata .
Let The Good Times Roll music_note
Let The Good Times Roll {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Let's Get The Hardware music_note
Life is a Rock music_note "Life is a Rock " by Reunion hit the top 10 in 1974 - peaking at number 8 on November 16, 1974. The song is available on Nipper's Greatest Hits - The 70's (which also includes Harry's performance of "Without You "). Harry Nilsson is name-checked in the ...
Life Line (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Life Line music_note
Life Line (performed by Jimmy Webb) music_note
Life Line (performed by Diana Ross) music_note Diana Ross performs a medley of songs from The Point! on her live album, An Evening With Diana Ross .
Life Line {Alternate Version} music_note
Life Line {Take 4} music_note An early piano/organ vocal take of Life Line included as a bonus track on BMG's 2002 reissue of The Point!
Listen the Snow is Falling music_note
Listen, the Snow Is Falling {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Little Cowboy {Mono} music_note
Little Cowboy {Reprise} music_note
Little Cowboy music_note Harry Nilsson based Little Cowboy on a song his mother, Bette Nilsson , wrote and sang to him.
Little Cowboy (performed by Debi Derryberry) music_note Debi Derryberry performs Harry Nilsson's Little Cowboy on her CD for children called What A Way To Play! .
Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth music_note On November 30, 1977, shortly after Bing Crosby died, his Bing Crosby's 42nd Annual Christmas Special aired. In one segment, Crosby and David Bowie sing a medley of "Little Drummer Boy " and "Peace on Earth ." Before the song they discuss music and musicians:   David Bowie: Do you eh... ...
Little Girl music_note
Little More Rain music_note
Littlest Kidnapper music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Living Without You music_note "The milk truck hauls the sun up And the paper hits the door The subway shakes my floor And I think about you...." "I defy anyone not to get misty eyed during Living Without You . ' It's so hard, it's so hard, it's sooooo hard living without you ,' Nilsson repeats. Over and over. I ...
Living Without You {Alternate Version} music_note
Living Without You {Demo} music_note Demo version.
Loneliness music_note Harry originally wanted Ringo Starr to play the gardener in the video for "Loneliness." Harry told Ringo, "Come on, you've played a gardener before." But, Ringo was in Spain and didn't think it was time well spent to fly to Los Angeles, California , for a couple seconds of video. [1]   ...
Loop de Loop music_note Loop De Loop was the only hit for Johnny Thunder . It reached number four on the pop charts in February of 1963.
Loop de Loop {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Lost and Found {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Lost And Found music_note One of the tracks recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
Lost Another One music_note Graham Nash's song "Lost Another One" from his 2002 album Songs For Survivors is partially about Harry Nilsson : Just another morning cup of tea, I turn my radio on And in between the static and the headlines I heard that you were gone, we lost another one .... "It started with the ...
Love Hurts music_note Harry Nilsson recorded a duet of Love Hurts with Jimmy Webb . It is included in Webb's CD box set The Moon's A Harsh Mistress: Jimmy Webb in the Seventies .   In the liner notes for The Moon's A Harsh Mistress Peter Blackstock writes:   The essence of Jimmy Webb's artistry is ...
Love Is The Answer music_note From the musical Zapata .
Love Is the Answer {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Love Story music_note
Love Story {Alternate Version} music_note
Love Story {Demo} music_note
Lucille music_note
Lullaby {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Lullaby in Ragtime {Alternate Version} music_note
Lullaby in Ragtime music_note Recorded: March 15-22, 1973   Harry Nilsson's recording of "Lullaby in Ragtime " was used in a series of automobile commercials on TV in the UK.   Sylvia Fine wrote "Lullaby In Ragtime " for the film The Five Pennies starring her husband, Danny Kaye .
Lyckan Ar En Valp music_note "Happiness is a Puppy" ... The Puppy Song translated to Swedish?
Ma Luulen Niin, On Aika Menna Kotiin (performed by Eero Raittinen) music_note Eero Raittinen's Finnish version of I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City was released as the B-side of a single by RCA (RCA FAS 027).
Ma Luulen Niin, On Aika Menna Kotiin music_note I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City translated into Finnish.
Make Believe music_note
Makin' Whoopee music_note
Makin' Whoopee! music_note
Makin' Whoopie music_note
Man Wasn't Meant To Fly music_note
Many Rivers to Cross music_note
Many Rivers to Cross {Quadraphonic} music_note
Marchin' Down Broadway music_note Marchin' Down Broadway is based on a song's mother, Bette Nilsson wrote.
Marry Me a Little music_note This Stephen Sondheim song had originally been intended for the musical "Company " but was dropped from the show because Sondheim felt that he could not make it work. A friend of his, named Judy, was a champion of the song and so pestered him about it that Sondheim actually paid for an entire ...
Maybe music_note
Maybe (performed by Barbra Streisand) music_note Barbra Streisand recorded Harry Nilsson's Maybe for her 1971 album Stoney End . The album was produced by Richard Perry and arranged by Perry Botkin . "Maybe" by Barbra Streisand ...
Maybe (performed by Karen Akers) music_note Karen Akers performs a medley of Maybe and Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) on her 1990 album In a Very Unusual Way .
Maybe (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Maybe (performed by Richard Barnes) music_note Richard Barnes recorded Maybe for his 1970 album Take to the Mountains .
Maybe (performed by Labi Siffre) music_note Labi Siffre's version of Harry Nilsson's Maybe is on Siffre's 1997 album It Must Be Love.   "Maybe" by Labi Siffre
Me And My Arrow (performed by Jim Ferguson) music_note Jim Ferguson's performance of Me and My Arrow is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Me And My Arrow (performed by Hugo Montenegro) music_note Hugo Montenegro recorded Me and My Arrow for his 1972 RCA album Love Theme From The Godfather .
Me And My Arrow (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Me And My Arrow music_note Me and My Arrow is featured in Harry Nilsson's musical adventure The Point! .   It was also used as the music for a series of car commercials in the 1970s.   Plymouth Arrow Commercial ...
Me And My Arrow (performed by Adrian Belew) music_note
Me And My Arrow {93FM Commercial} music_note Harry Nilsson recorded a special version of "Me And My Arrow " for Arrow 93FM in Los Angeles, California .   Early on after the launch of Arrow 93FM (September 10, 1993), I received a telephone call from a gentleman who said he represented Harry and he wanted us to know that Harry was ...
Me And My Arrow (performed by Micky Dolenz) music_note Micky Dolenz's version of Me and My Arrow was released on his 1994 CD Broadway Micky .
Me And My Arrow (performed by Sardina) music_note Hit It! Records released a single of Sardina's cover of Me and My Arrow in 1995.
Me And My Arrow (performed by Diana Ross) music_note Diana Ross performs a medley of songs from The Point! on her live album, An Evening With Diana Ross .
Me Myself And I music_note "Me Myself And I " is the title track to the film Me, Myself and I starring JoBeth Williams and George Segal .   "Me Myself and I" by Harry Nilsson   I've never seen the ...
Me Without You music_note
Men At Sea music_note Harry wrote and performed Men At Sea for the film Yellowbeard . The song was not used in the film but does appear at the end of Group Madness , a documentary about the filming of Yellowbeard .
Mexico City music_note From the musical Zapata .
Mi Amigo music_note Mi Amigo is a song from Harry Nilsson and Perry Botkin's play "Zapata ." Harry recorded the song in 1978 for a proposed album, Harry Sings Zapata . "Mi Amigo" is a comic dialogue between Zapata and Pancho Villa - with Harry as Zapata.
Mind Snacks music_note "Mind Snacks" is the name of a spoken-word selection written by Harry Nilsson and Bill Martin . Martin performed the piece at the "A Celebration of the Music of Harry Nilsson " concert at the Roxy on June 13, 1998.
Miss Butter's Lament music_note As Joseph Segarini , Bob Segarini co-wrote and recorded "Miss Butter's Lament ." Harry Nilsson's version of the song remained unreleased until it appeared on the Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology album.  
Mon Coeur Sous Les Drapeaux (performed by Vicky Leandros) music_note Mon Coeur Sous Les Drapeaux is Vicky Leandros's French version of Without Her .
Moonshine Bandit music_note
Mother In Law music_note "Mother In Law" is one of the tracks Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. Harry once considered recording an entire album of Allen Toussaint's songs.
Mother Nature's Son music_note Harry Nilsson recorded "Mother Nature's Son" for his Harry album.
Motherlove music_note An unreleased track from the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
Mournin' Glory Story (performed by Cynthia Henderson) music_note
Mournin' Glory Story (performed by E. J. Gold) music_note
Mournin' Glory Story (performed by Jiffipop) music_note Jiffipop's recording of Mournin' Glory Story is dedicated to Harry Nilsson . It appears on the group's 1996 album Demolicious .
Mournin' Glory Story (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Mournin' Glory Story {Single Version} music_note
Mournin' Glory Story (performed by Jennifer Trynin) music_note
Mournin' Glory Story music_note Harry Nilsson's sympathetic song about a homeless person seems more poignaint when you think that it was written back in 1968 at a time when few people considered homelessness to be a problem. In fact, many people considered the homeless to be the problem.
Mournin' Glory Story (performed by Bobby Graham) music_note Nineteen-sixties session drummer, Bobby Graham , recorded Mournin' Glory Story which is on his Crazy Drums/Crazy Drummer album.
Mournin' Glory Story {BBC Radio} music_note During an appearance in episode of Everett's BBC Radio 1 show, Harry Nilsson was asked to sing to background music he had not previously heard. Everett played a looped background track created from a small snippet of the Bee Gees's song "Craise Finton Kirk Academy of Royal Arts ." Harry ...
Mourning Glory (performed by Mandy Patinkin) music_note "Mourning Glory" by <a href="https://nilssonschmilsson.com/mandy-patinkin.html">Mandy Patinkin</a>
Mr. Bojangles music_note Jerry Walker wrote "Mr. Bojangles" in 1966 and recorded it as the title track of his first solo album. The song was also recorded by Sammy Davis Jr. and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band among others.
Mr. Richland's Favorite Song {Mono} music_note
Mr. Richland's Favorite Song {Live On BBC's Saturday Club} music_note
Mr. Richland's Favorite Song music_note "Mr. Richland's Favorite Song" is named for Tony Richland , a record promoter who, hearing a demo of Aerial Ballet , picked this song as his favorite track.
Mr. Richland's Favorite Song (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Mr. Richland's Favorite Song {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Harry Nilsson remixed "Mr. Richland's Favorite Song" for Aerial Pandemonium Ballet and added new background vocals.
Mr. Tinker {Alternate Version} music_note
Mr. Tinker {Mono} music_note
Mr. Tinker music_note
Mrs. Livingston I Presume music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Mucho Mungo-Mt. Elga music_note
Mucho Mungo-Mt. Elga {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Murder In The Car Wash music_note
Mutts music_note
My Baby's Coming Home music_note
My Girl music_note
Never Say Goodbye music_note "Never Say Goodbye" by Harry Nilsson  
Never Without You music_note Ringo Starr's 2003 album, Ringo Rama features a song dedicated to George Harrison .   The song "Never Without You" features a guitar solo from Eric Clapton and was written by Ringo Starr, producer Mark Hudson , and guitarist Gary Nicholson .   It was my way to say how much George ...
Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) music_note Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) was originally written in 1931 for the musical "Three Little Words". "Harry does it with much sadness and compassion." -- Derek Taylor
Nilsson music_note The "alt-country" album Crow by Susannah Weaver (aka Little Sue ) includes a song called "Nilsson " which is a homage to Harry Nilsson . The album was released in March of 1999 by Cravedog Records .  
Nilsson music_note Guitarist James Kirk's You Can Make It If You Boogie album contains a song called "Nilsson" - a tribute to Harry Nilsson .   "Nilsson" by James Kirk  
Nilsson Schmilsson Radio Spots music_note
Nilsson Sings Newman music_note Paul Williams recorded the short song "Nilsson Sings Newman " which mentions both Harry Nilsson and Randy Newman :   You don't like Schumann Or Randy Newman And Nilsson's not your cup of tea You say Van Heusen is the shirt worth choosin' ...
Nilsson Talks With Brian Matthew music_note
Nilsson's Message To Scotty music_note
No Me Dejes music_note "Don't Leave Me" in Spanish.   "No Me Dejes" by La Familia Del Arbol
No Me Dejes (performed by La Familia Del Arbol) music_note "Don't Leave Me" in Spanish   "No Me Dejes" by La Familia Del Arbol
Nobody Cares About The Railroads Anymore music_note
Nobody Cares About The Railroads Anymore (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Nobody Cares About the Railroads Anymore (performed by Ken Delo) music_note Ken Delo sings "Nobody Cares About the Railroads Anymore " in an episode ("Salute to Our Senior Citizens") of the Lawrence Welk TV show which originally aired on March 21, 1981. Lawrence Welk ...
Noch Einmal (performed by Vicky Leandros) music_note Vicky Leandros's version of Without Her in German is on her 1969 album Vivky Ich Glaub' An Dich ("Vicky and Her Hits)".   "<a href="https://nilssonschmilsson.com/noch-eimal.html">Noch ...
Oblio's Dance music_note Oblio's Dance is from the score of the London stage production of The Point .
Oblio's Return (Narration) music_note
Oh Caroline music_note
Oh Paris music_note
Oh, Come All Ye Faithful music_note The hymn "Adeste Fideles " was written in France sometime in the mid 1700s. The composer is unknown. In 1841, Frederick Oakeley translated the Latin words of the hymn into English as Oh, Come All Ye Faithful . The most popular music for the hymn was composed by John Reading who was the ...
Oh, I Wonder music_note
Old Bones music_note
Old Dirt Road music_note Harry Nilsson contributed the line "Trying to shovel smoke with a pitchfork in the wind" to John Lennon's song Old Dirt Road and sang backing vocals on Lennon's version. Nilsson later recorded his own version for Flash Harry .
Old Dirt Road {Flash Harry} music_note Harry Nilsson sang backing vocals for Old Dirt Road on John Lennon's Walls & Bridges album. He later recorded his own version of the song on Flash Harry .
Old Forgotten Soldier music_note
Old Forgotten Soldier {Demo} music_note
Old Forgotten Soldier {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Once a Loser music_note
One (performed by Jim Boggia) music_note Jim Boggia's recording of One is on his CD EP called 4 Sketches . The EP is a four-song album of home demos which was given away at Boggia's June 7, 2002, shows at The Point in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania .
One music_note "One " was a hit for Three Dog Night . Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night names "One " as his favorite of the group's recordings.   Harry Nilsson said that he was inspired to create the song when he heard a busy signal on the telephone.   "Donkey" ( Eddie Murphy ) sings a line from "One" ...
One (performed by Al Kooper) music_note Al Kooper's version of One was on his 1969 solo effort I Stand Alone .
One (performed by Filter) music_note The soundtrack for the film based on the hit TV show "The X-Files " includes a cover of "One " performed by Filter .   During filming, actor David Duchovny ad-libbed the line, "One is the loneliest number" so the producer of the film commissioned the recording of "One " for the soundtrack - ...
One (performed by Nathan Lane) music_note Nathan Lane plays "Snowbell" in the films Stuart Little and Stuart Little 2 . In the second film, Snowbell quotes a line from Harry Nilsson's One . The song is on the film's soundtrack CD .
One (performed by Music Convention) music_note The New Zealand band, Music Convention , recorded Harry Nilsson's One . It was released by RCA in New Zealand as the a-side of a single (RCA 60452) in 1968.
One (performed by Owen McCarthy) music_note Owen McCarthy's performance of One is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
One (performed by Chainsaw Kittens) music_note Chainsaw Kittens recorded One for their 1992 EP High in High School .
One {Alternate Version} music_note
One (performed by Ilona Knopfler) music_note Ilona Knopfler recorded her jazz version of Harry Nilsson's One for her 2003 album Some Kind of Wonderful .   "One" Performed By Ilona Knopfler  
One (performed by John Farnham) music_note The Little River Band's John Farnham recorded a cover of One which was released on his 1970 album Looking Through a Tear (Columbia SCXO 7920). It's available on the CD John Farnham: Anthology Vol. 2 .
One (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
One {Mono} music_note
One (performed by Aimee Mann) music_note Aimee Mann's recording of "One " was used in the film Magnolia .   "I know exactly where I was when I heard the Aimee Mann version. I was in a studio to meet Michael Penn and Jon Brion while they were recording Fiona Apple's first record to discuss doing the score for my first film. ...
One (performed by Three Dog Night) music_note
One (performed by Clueless) music_note Clueless recorded One for their 1999 album The Album .
One {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Remixed for Aerial Pandemonium Ballet .
Onetogether (performed by Karen Wyman) music_note On her 1971 album, Onetogether , Karen Wyman performs a medley of One and Together which is titled Onetogether .
Onetogether music_note On her 1971 album, Onetogether , Karen Wyman performs a medley of One and Together which is titled Onetogether .
Only You {Lennon Version} music_note Harry Nilsson provides harmony vocals on the song. "Only You" by John Lennon
Only You {Ringo Starr Version} music_note Harry Nilsson provides harmony vocals on the song. "Only You" by Ringo Starr  
Only You {Ringo Starr Version - Quadraphonic Mix} music_note Harry Nilsson provides harmony vocals on the song.  
Open Your Window {Alternate Version} music_note
Open Your Window music_note
Open Your Window (performed by 5th Dimension) music_note The 5th Dimension recorded Open Your Window for their 1973 album Living Together, Growing Together .
Open Your Window (performed by Louis Bellson) music_note Drummer Louis Bellson recorded Open Your Window for his 1975 album The Louis Bellson Explosion .
Open Your Window (performed by Ella Fitzgerald) music_note Ella Fitzgerald's recording of Harry Nilsson's Open Your Window appeared on a single with "Get Ready " (a cover of the Temptations hit written by Smokey Robinson ). The single is from Fitzgerald's 1969 album Things Ain't What They Used To Be which was produced by Richard Perry and is ...
Our Last Goodbye music_note
Our National Pastime music_note The song "Our National Pastime " by Rupert Holmes  tells a story of seduction at a Mets baseball game -- and incorporates the tune of the "Star Spangled Banner ."   Harry Nilsson is mentioned when the seducer describes what he expects will ...
Over The Rainbow music_note
Overture music_note "Overture " is from the soundtrack of the film Punch-Drunk Love . "Overture " includes a sample of "He Needs Me " from Popeye .   "Overture" from Punch Drunk Love
P.O.V. Waltz music_note
Pain music_note "Pain" is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Paradise (performed by Shonen Knife) music_note The Japanese punk-pop band, Shonen Knife recorded a cover of Paradise for the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson tribute but it wasn't included on the album. The song does appear on the group's album Birds and the B Sides released by Virgin .
Paradise music_note Paradise was one of Harry Nilsson's first recorded songs (by the Ronettes and the Shangri Las ). Harry finally recorded the song himself in 1971. Harry's version has not been released.
Paradise (performed by Bette Midler) music_note Bette Midler's recording of Paradise originally appeared on her 1977 album Broken Blossom . She later included a live version on her 1980 album Divine Madness .
Paradise (performed by Ronettes) music_note The Ronettes recording of Harry Nilsson's Paradise is available on The Best of the Ronettes CD.
Paradise (performed by Shangri Las) music_note The Shangri Las's recording of "Paradise " can be found on the The Best of the Shangri-Las.   "Paradise" by the Shangri-Las  
Party from Outer Space music_note Harry Nilsson appears briefly (as "Lassie ") in "Party From Outer Space " from Albert Brooks's album A Star is Bought .   Party from Outer Space   The song is a parody of "break-in" ...
Per Chi music_note "For Who" - "Without You " sung in Italian.  
Perfect Day music_note Harry Nilsson's Perfect Day is in the film All That Jazz .
Perhaps This is All a Dream music_note Incidental music and dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
Please Mr. Music Man music_note
Poli High music_note
Poly High (performed by Harpers Bizarre) music_note Harry Nilsson co-produced Harpers Bizarre's recording of "Poli High ." "Poly High" by Harper's Bizarre
Poly High {Harpers Bizarre} music_note Harry Nilsson was one of the producers of Harpers Bizarre's recording of Nilsson's Poli High .
Popeye Cues music_note The score for Popeye .
Poppa Joe music_note "Poppa Joe" is a song performed by Sweet . The song was released on an Italian single along with Harry Nilsson's recording of "Without You ."
Postcard music_note
Pretty Soon There'll Be Nothing Left for Everybody music_note
Pretty Soon There'll Be Nothing Left for Everybody {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Puget Sound music_note
Puppy Song (performed by Martine Bijl) music_note "The Puppy Song" by Martine Bijl  
Pussy Cats Radio Spots With Eddie Lawrence music_note
Put the Lime in the Coconut (performed by Baha Men) music_note The Baha Men's version of Coconut includes new and changed lyrics. The song is on their Move It Like This CD.
Put the Lime in the Coconut music_note The Baha Men's version of Harry Nilsson's song Coconut includes new and changed lyrics. Put the Lime In the Coconut is available on the CD Move It Like This .
Rain music_note
Rainmaker (performed by Kris Woolsey) music_note Kris Woolsey's performance of Rainmaker is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Rainmaker (performed by Cryan' Shames) music_note
Rainmaker music_note
Rainmaker (performed by The Burgundy Street Singers) music_note
Rainmaker {Alternate Version} music_note
Rainmaker (performed by Rodney Brown) music_note Rodney Brown's 1989 album Wishes, Dreams and Giants includes his cover of Rainmaker .   "Rainmaker" by Rodney Brown
Rainmaker (performed by Tom Northcott) music_note
Rainmaker (performed by Bobbie Gentry) music_note Bobbie Gentry recorded "Rainmaker " for her 1970 album Fancy (Capitol ST-428). "Rainmaker" by Bobbie Gentry
Rainmaker (performed by 5th Dimension) music_note The 5th Dimension recorded Rainmaker for their 1971 album Love's Lines, Angles And Rhymes .
Rainmaker (performed by The Johnsons) music_note Released as a single (backed with "I Believe In You ") by Ven-Jence .
Rainmaker (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Rainmaker (performed by Michael Nesmith) music_note Michael Nesmith's version of Rainmaker is on his Listen to the Band album.
Rainmaker (performed by Dillards) music_note
Rainmaker {Single Version} music_note Single version.
Readin' Ridin' And Racin' music_note "Readin' Ridin' and Racin' " was one of Harry Nilsson's first songs to be recorded. It was recorded by Gary Usher and the Super Stocks . "Readin' Ridin' And Racin'" by The Super Stocks ...
Red Neck music_note Harry recorded this alternate version of 245 Lb. Man during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Diana Ross) music_note Diana Ross recorded Remember (Christmas) for her 2006 album I Love You
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Micky Dolenz) music_note Amazon.com Widgets
Remember (Christmas) music_note If you listen closely you can hear the jingle of sleigh bells in Harry Nilsson's "Remember (Christmas) ".
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Robin Goldwasser) music_note Robin Goldwasser's performance of Remember (Christmas) is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Andy Williams & Noelle) music_note Andy Williams's version of Remember (Christmas) is on his 1973 album Solitaire .
Remember (Christmas) (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Raul Malo) music_note Raul Malo's 2005 album You're Only Lonely was produced by Peter Asher and includes Malo's recording of Remember (Christmas) .
Remember (Christmas) (performed by K.T. Sullivan) music_note K.T. Sullivan performed a medley of Remember (Christmas) and "Toy Land " on the 1993 album Cabaret Noel , a two-CD set of Christmas tunes sung by a roster of Broadway and cabaret performers. Proceeds from the CD sales benefited Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS an organization ...
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Michael Chertock) music_note Pianist Michael Chertock recorded Remember (Christmas) for his 2000 album Love at the Movies .
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Steven Davis) music_note Steven Davis's 1997 album Remember Romance begins with a medley of Remember (Christmas) and "I Have Dreamed ". "I Have Dreamed " is from the musical "The King And I " by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II . The album ends with a reprise of Remember (Christmas) .
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Vicki Stuart) music_note Vicki Stuart's recording of Remember (Christmas) is on the cast album We'll Meet Again .
Remember (Christmas) (performed by Randy Newman) music_note Randy Newman recorded Remember (Christmas) for the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album.   Randy Newman "Remember"  
Rescue Boy music_note "Rescue Boy" was originally titled High Heel Sneakers .
River Deep-Mountain High {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note
River Deep-Mountain High {Mono} music_note
River Deep-Mountain High music_note
River Deep-Mountain High {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet Remix} music_note Remixed for Aerial Pandemonium Ballet . Harry recorded new vocals.
Rock Around the Clock music_note Bill Haley and the Comets recorded "Rock Around the Clock " on April 12, 1954. Although it may not have been the first "rock and roll" recording, it was the one which introduced the new style of music to most of the world.   "Rock Around The Clock " was written in 1953 by Max Freedman and ...
Rock Around the Clock {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Rose Di Neve music_note "Roses of Snow"
Roses are Blooming music_note Harry Nilsson sang "Roses are Blooming" during his April 1, 1970, appearance on the Skip Weshner radio show on KRHM in Los Angeles . "Roses are Blooming" by Harry Nilsson  
Runaways music_note "Runaways" by Ringo Starr
Sail Away music_note
Sailin' music_note
Salmon Falls music_note
Salmon Falls (performed by Al Kooper) music_note
Save the Last Dance for Me music_note
Save The Last Dance For Me {Alternate Version} music_note
Save the Last Dance for Me {Demo} music_note This track is arguably the gem of the bonus tracks for the Buddha reissue of Pussy Cats . Harry's keyboard/vocal demo was done early in the sessions, before his vocal chords ruptured. The result is one of his best vocals from this period. His electric piano playing leaves a little to be desired, ...
Save the Last Dance for Me {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Searchin' music_note Harry Nilsson recorded the Leiber-Stoller song Searchin' during the Pandemonium Shadow Show sessions.
Shango Man music_note Shango Man is an unreleased song recorded during Harry Nilsson's Duit on Mon Dei sessions with lead vocals by Van Dyke Parks .
She Sang Hymns Out of Tune music_note
She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune {Mono} music_note
She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune {Monophonic Single Version} music_note
She Sits Down on Me music_note
She Wandered Through the Garden Fence music_note Procol Harum originally recorded She Wandered Through the Garden Fence for their first, self-titled, album. Harry Nilsson recorded it during his Aerial Ballet sessions. She Wandered Through the Garden Fence ...
She's Just Laughing At Me music_note Harry Nilsson recorded She's Just Laughing At Me , an Addrisi Brothers song, the same day he recorded Searchin' , The Wailing of the Willow , and Don't Leave Me .
She's Leaving Home {Mono} music_note
She's Leaving Home music_note
She's My Girl music_note
She's Tall music_note Debra Hill , producer of the 1993 TV remake of "The Attack of the 50 ft. Woman ," asked Harry Nilsson to record a song called She's Tall for the film. But the song was not used in the film - it may never have been recorded.
She's Yours music_note
Shrink Rap music_note "Shrink Rap," a nine-minute long song, is one of the tracks Harry recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. [1]     [1] Los Angeles Magazine , Michael Szymanski (1990-10) "Comeback Schmumback, The Return of Son of Schmilsson ...
Shuffle Off to Buffalo music_note Harry Nilsson and Dr. John recorded a few standards, including "Shuffle Off to Buffalo," during the period after ...That's the Way It Is .
Si No Estas Tu music_note Harry Nilsson recorded Si No Estas Tu which is Without You in Spanish.
Signs {Demo} music_note
Signs music_note Harry Nilsson sang "Signs" when he auditioned songs for the Monkees .   Harry Nilsson Monkees Demos
Silent Night music_note
Silver Horse music_note Harry Nilsson's recording of Yoko Ono's song, "Silver Horse'' , appears on the Every Man Has a Woman album released in 1984.   Harry Nilsson Sings "Silver Horse"  
Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear music_note Harry Nilsson recorded Randy Newman's Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear for his 1968 album Harry .
Sin Ella (performed by Jose Jose) music_note Sin Ella is Without Her in Spanish. Jose Jose performs the song on his albums Cuidado and Serie Retratos . It's also available on the CD called Coleccion Rca 100 Anos De Musica .
Sin Ella music_note Without Her in Spanish.
Sister Marie music_note
Sixteen Tons music_note
Skidoo music_note
Sleep Late My Lady Friend (performed by Jose Feliciano) music_note Jose Feliciano's recording of Sleep Late My Lady Friend is available on the CD collection called And the Sun Will Shine .   "Sleep Late My Lady Friend" by Jose Feliciano
Sleep Late My Lady Friend (performed by Harry Belafonte) music_note Harry Belafonte recorded Sleep Late My Lady Friend for his RCA album Belafonte Sings Of Love .
Sleep Late My Lady Friend (performed by Joshua Tyler) music_note Joshua Tyler's performance of Sleep Late My Lady Friend is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Sleep Late My Lady Friend {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Harry Nilsson remixed Sleep Late My Lady Friend for the album Aerial Pandemonium Ballet .
Sleep Late, My Lady Friend {Mono} music_note
Sleep Late, My Lady Friend {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note
Sleep Late, My Lady Friend {Italian Version} music_note
Sleep Late, My Lady Friend music_note Harry Nilsson's "Sleep Late, My Lady Friend" includes the line "And dream a dream of Cielito Lindo." "Cielito Lindo" means "Beautiful Sky" and that's probably the reference Nilsson intended. "Cielito Lindo" is also the name of a Mexican folk song (with its familiar chorus of "Ay, ay, ay, ay").
Smile music_note
Snow music_note Before it was included as a bonus track in Buddha's CD reissue of Nilsson Sings Newman , Snow was described by Curtis Armstrong as "possibly the greatest unreleased Nilsson track from any period."
So Long Dad music_note
So Proud Of You music_note
So You Think You Have Troubles music_note
So You Think You've Got Troubles music_note
Something True music_note Harry Nilsson dedicated Something True to Mal Evans .
Something True {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Son Of Schmilsson Radio Spot music_note
Spaceman (performed by Roches) music_note
Spaceman (performed by James Mastro) music_note James Mastro's performance of Spaceman is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
Spaceman music_note
Stand Up And Holler music_note Nilsson is credited as "Foto-Fi ".
Starry-Eyed Surprise music_note Paul Oakenfold's Starry-Eyed Surprise includes samples of Harry Nilsson's recording of Everybody's Talkin' . The song is on Oakenfold's Bunnka album.   "Starry-Eyed Surprise" by Paul Oakenfold ...
Stop and Take the Time to Smell the Roses music_note "Stop and Take the Time to Smell the Roses" was recorded on November 4, 1980, and December 14, 1980.
Strange Love music_note One of the tracks Harry recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
Su-Kal-De-Don music_note
Su-Kal-De-Don {Short Version} music_note The b-side of the white-label promotional single for Scottie Jackson's recording of Su-Kal-De-Don is a shorter version of the song.
Subterranean Homesick Blues music_note
Subterranean Homesick Blues {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Super-Duper Man music_note Super-Duper Man (Jimmie Cross)
Super-Duper Man (performed by Jimmie Cross) music_note Jimmie Cross released a single in 1964 on Red Bird (042) with the song The Super-Duper Man backed with Hey Little Girl .
Swee' Pea's Lullaby music_note Robin Williams (as Popeye) sings "Swee' Pea's Lullaby" in the 1980 film Popeye .
Sweet Lorraine music_note One of several songs Harry recorded with Dr. John .
Sweet Surrender music_note
Sweethaven music_note
Tainted Woman music_note An unfinished demo which Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.
Take 54 music_note
Take 54 {Alternate Version} music_note
Take 54 {Previously Unreleased Version} music_note This previously unreleased version of Take 54 appeared on the 2006 reissue of Son of Schmilsson .
Take 54 {Edit} music_note A brief version of take 54 opens Harry Nilsson's Son of Schmilsson album.
Take This Heart music_note
Tante Ko En Ome Koen music_note Tante Ko En Ome Koen ("Aunt Ko and Uncle Koen") is a song in Dutch using the tune from "Nobody Cares About the Railroads Anymore ."   "Tante Ko En Ome Koen" by Don Quishocking
Tante Ko En Ome Koen (performed by Don Quishocking) music_note Released in 1974 on the album Zand in je badpak .   "Tante Ko En Ome Koen" by Don Quishocking    
Tears Dry music_note
Ten Little Indians (performed by Yardbirds) music_note The Yardbirds recorded a cover of Harry Nilsson's Ten Little Indians . "Ten Little Indians" by the Yardbirds   "When I was still in the Yardbirds , our producer Mickie Most ...
Ten Little Indians (performed by Nick Danger) music_note Nick Danger's performance of "Ten Little Indians " is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .   "Ten Little Indians" by Nick Danger
Ten Little Indians music_note
Ten Little Indians {Mono} music_note
Thank Heaven for Kathy music_note
Thanks for Buying Our Album music_note Dean Torrence wrote new lyrics for Harry Nilsson's Buy My Album . The song is at the end of the soundtrack album for the 1978 TV movie, Deadman's Curve .
Thanks for the Memory music_note Thanks for the Memory was first performed by Bob Hope in the film "Big Broadcast Of 1938 ." Hope later adopted it as his theme song.
That Is All music_note
That Is All (Reprise) music_note
The Abdication of Count Down music_note Dialogue and incidental music from the film Son of Dracula .   "The Abdication of Count Down"
The Art of Making Love music_note
The Ash Grove music_note
The Beehive State music_note   "Beehive State" by Harry Nilsson
The Beggar music_note
The Birds (Narration) music_note
The Boy from Sugarloaf music_note
The Cast And Crew music_note
The Clearing in the Woods (Narration) music_note
The Count's Vulnerability music_note Incidental music and dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.
The Door Into Summer music_note Recorded: May 29, 1967 and August 23, 1967   Chip Douglas has stated that the Monkees's "The Door Into Summer " was actually written solely by Bill Martin . [1]   The title of the song is a reference to the Robert Heinlein novel of the same name. [2]   The title was based on the ...
The End (Moonbeam) music_note
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 ...
The Filler music_note Harry Nilsson recorded this short "filler" for the 8-track release of Aerial Pandemonium Ballet in order to balance the lengths of the tracks and preserve the order of the songs on the tape cartridge.
The Flying Saucer Song music_note Many people think they recognize one of the main voices in Harry Nilsson's "The Flying Saucer Song " as Joe Cocker . But, the main voices are all Nilsson using three distinct voice inflections. The gruff background vocals, however, are provided by Joe Cocker , whose coarse delivery is similar ...
The Flying Saucer Song {Demo} music_note A bonus track on Buddha's reissue of Pussy Cats , this demo was produced by John Lennon . Among other arrangement differences, the song-within-a-song is more produced, with multi-tracked harmonies. (Source: Curtis Armstrong )
The Flying Saucer Song {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
The Game (Narration) music_note
The Garbage Can (performed by Paul Klein) music_note
The Ivy Covered Walls music_note
The Ivy Covered Walls {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
The Library Card music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
The Lottery Song (performed by Bill Lloyd) music_note Bill Lloyd recorded The Lottery Song for the album For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson .
The Lottery Song music_note
The Moonbeam Song (performed by Mark Mulcahy) music_note The Moonbeam Song is a hidden bonus track on Mark Mulcahy's 2001 album Sunset Smile . "The Moonbeam Song" by Mark Mulcahy
The Moonbeam Song (performed by Steve Forbert) music_note
The Moonbeam Song (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
The Moonbeam Song music_note
The Moonbeam Song (performed by Micky Dolenz) music_note Micky Dolenz's recording of The Moonbeam Song is on his 1991 album Micky Dolenz Puts You to Sleep .
The Moonbeam Song {Demo} music_note
The Moonbeam Song {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
The Most Beautiful World In The World music_note Recorded: April/May, 1972
The Next Day music_note
The No No Song music_note
The No No Song {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
The Only Light music_note
The Path That Leads to Trouble music_note
The Point! Travel Brochure Radio Spot With Bill Martin music_note
The Pointed Man (Narration) music_note
The Puppy Song (performed by Mary Lee Kortes) music_note Mary Lee Kortes's performance of The Puppy Song is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
The Puppy Song (performed by Astrud Gilberto) music_note Astrud Gilberto's recording of The Puppy Song is available on her CDs Astrud Gilberto and The Girl from Ipanema .
The Puppy Song (performed by New World) music_note New World's recording of The Puppy Song is available on their CD Best of .
The Puppy Song (performed by David Cassidy) music_note David Cassidy's recording of "The Puppy Song " was released on a single ( Bell 45-413) in the US in October of 1973.   "The Puppy Song"by David Cassidy   In 1973, Cassidy ...
The Puppy Song (performed by Mary Hopkin) music_note Harry Nilsson wrote The Puppy Song for Mary Hopkin who recorded it for her first album, Postcard .
The Puppy Song (performed by Victoria Williams) music_note Victoria Williams recorded The Puppy Song for the album For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson .
The Puppy Song {Martine Bijl} music_note Martine Bijl adapted Harry Nilsson's "The Puppy Song " into Dutch.   "The Puppy Song" by Martine Bijl    
The Puppy Song (performed by Emily Skinner) music_note Broadway performer Emily Skinner recorded The Puppy Song for the 2004 collection Animal Tracks .
The Puppy Song music_note
The Story of Rock & Roll (Second Version) (Tracking Session Take 5A) (performed by The Monkees) music_note "The Story of Rock &amp; Roll" by The Monkees  
The Story Of Rock And Roll (performed by David Cassidy) music_note Buy David Cassidy Photos At AllPosters.com
The Story Of Rock And Roll (performed by Collage) music_note Collage's recording of The Story of Rock And Roll was released as the b-side of a single by Smash (2170).   "The Story of Rock and Roll" by Collage  
The Story Of Rock And Roll (performed by Turtles) music_note The Turtles recorded The Story of Rock and Roll for their 1968 album Battle of the Bands .
The Story Of Rock And Roll music_note Harry Nilsson plays piano on the Turtles's recording of The Story Of Rock And Roll .
The Town (Narration) music_note
The Tree music_note
The Trial and Banishment (Narration) music_note
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Percy Faith) music_note Percy Faith's version of The Wailing of the Willow was recorded for his 1971 album Black Magic Woman . The song is available in the 6-CD set called The Complete Percy Faith Volume I .
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Fred Astaire) music_note During his 1975 recording sessions in London, England , Fred Astaire recorded Harry Nilsson's "The Wailing of the Willow ." The song was released on Astaire's album Attitude Dancing . The song is available in The Complete London Sessions CD box set.   ...
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Judith Durham) music_note Judith Durham , formerly of the Seekers , recorded The Wailing of the Willow for her 1979 solo album Gift of Song .
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Liza Minnelli) music_note Liza Minnelli recorded Harry Nilsson's "The Wailing of the Willow " for her 1969 A&M album Come Saturday Morning . The song is also on her 2004 CD When It Comes Down to It 1968-1977 . "The Wailing of ...
The Wailing Of The Willow {Mono} music_note
The Wailing Of The Willow music_note "This came out of my bossa nova period." -- Harry Nilsson . [1]       Wailing of the WIllow       Astrud Gilberto , the girl from Ipanema, recorded a cover of "The Wailing of the ...
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass) music_note "The Wailing Of the Willow" by Herb Alpert
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Astrud Gilberto) music_note Astrud Gilberto's recording of Harry Nilsson's The Wailing of the Willow is available on Gilberto's CD Talkin' Verve: Roots Of Acid Jazz
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Jimmy Deuchar Quintet) music_note Amazon.com Widgets The Jimmy Deuchar Quintet's version of The Wailing of the Willow is on their 1979 album The Scots Connection (Hep 2006).
The Wailing Of The Willow (performed by Rita Calypso) music_note Rita Calypso's recording of "The Wailing of the Willow " is the first track on her 2004 CD Sicalyptico . "The Wailing of the Willow" by Rita Calypso
The Wedding Song (performed by Demis Roussos) music_note Demis Roussos recording of The Wedding Song from the musical Zapata was a hit in France and Italy. David Mackay produced the recording. The song is available on Roussos's Man of the World album.
The Will music_note
The World Is Coming To An End music_note In 1974, Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr decided to make a "multimedia film" called Harry and Ringo's Night Out . The formed a partnership with Michael Viner , head of Pride Records , to finance the film. At the same time, Nilsson shared the copyright for "The World Is Coming To An End" ...
There Will Never Be {Mono} music_note
There Will Never Be music_note
There Will Never Be {New Nilsson Songs} music_note Demo recorded for the New Nilsson Songs album.
There's Got to Be a Girl music_note
There's Gotta Be a Girl music_note
There's No More Ringo Starr music_note
These Are the Brave music_note From the musical Zapata .
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Holly Near) music_note Holly Near recorded Think About Your Troubles for her 2001 album, Edge .
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Mathidle Santing) music_note Mathidle Santing's recording of Think About Your Troubles is on her 1989 album Breast and Brow .
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Manhattan Inn) music_note The Asylum Street Spankers's cover of Harry Nilsson's Think About Your Troubles appears on their 2007 album Mommy Says No! .
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Mutual Admiration Society) music_note Mutual Admiration Society , a collaboration between former Toad the Wet Sprocket's front man Glen Phillips and Nickel Creek ( Sean Watkins , Sara Watkins , and Chris Thile ), recorded Think About Your Troubles for their album called Mutual Admiration Society . ...
Think About Your Troubles music_note Harry Nilsson conceived the story of The Point! while writing "Think About Your Troubles ."   According to Allen Zentz , Harry said that songs often came to him as visions - as if they were movies or cartoons.   Peggy Lee and Sam Brown each covered "Think About Your Troubles ." ...
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Belly) music_note
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Sam Brown) music_note
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Jellyfish) music_note Think About Your Troubles was the last studio track recorded by Jellyfish . It originally was released on the album, For the Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson . It's currently available on the group's Fan Club 4-CD box set.
Think About Your Troubles (performed by The Kojacks) music_note
Think About Your Troubles (performed by Peggy Lee) music_note
Think About Your Troubles {Alternate Version} music_note
Think About Your Troubles {Take 4} music_note This is an alternate take of Think About Your Troubles included as a bonus track on BMG's 2002 CD reissue of The Point! . This is a completely different version (than the version originally released on The Point! ) recorded with an orchestra in 1969. At this stage, The Point! as a concept ...
Think of Rain music_note Unreleased song recorded during the Aerial Ballet sessions.
Thinking About Tomorrow music_note Harry Nilsson performed Thinking About Tomorrow as a demo for the Monkees .
This Could Be the Night (performed by Henry Diltz) music_note Photographer Henry Diltz recorded This Could Be the Night for the album The Best of Rodney on the ROQ . The New Jersey band, The Characters played the music. "This Could Be The Night" by Henry Diltz ...
This Could Be the Night (performed by Tatsuro Yamashita ) music_note Japanese singer/songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita recorded "This Could Be the Night " for his 1978 album Go Ahead . "This Could Be the Night" by Tatsuro Yamashita
This Could Be the Night (performed by Jeffrey Foskett) music_note Guitarist Jeffrey Foskett recorded This Could Be the Night for his 1997 album Sunnys Off .
This Could Be the Night (performed by Ed Rogers) music_note Ed Rogers's performance of "This Could Be the Night " is from the Loser's Lounge album Loosers, Schmoozers: A Tribute to Harry Nilsson .
This Could Be the Night (performed by Jeffrey Foskett) music_note Jeffrey Foskett recorded This Could Be the Night for his 1997 CD Sunny's Off .
This Could Be The Night {Demo} music_note
This Could Be the Night {David Cassidy} music_note When David Cassidy recorded This Could Be the Night for his 1975 album The Higher They Climb, The Harder They Fall he added additional lyrics to the song. "This Could Be the Night" by David Cassidy ...
This Could Be the Night music_note In 1964, Harry Nilsson began a short association with famed producer, Phil Spector . The association resulted in three songs: This Could Be The Night , recorded by the Modern Folk Quartet , and the Ronettes numbers Paradise and Here I Sit . The Modern Folk Quartet's version of This Could ...
This Could Be the Night (performed by Brian Wilson) music_note "This Could Be The Night" by Brian Wilson  
This Could Be the Night (performed by Modern Folk Quartet) music_note "We went into the studio and cut a song called This Could Be the Night , a Harry Nilsson tune, and it had the whole Spector 'wall of sound.' Part of the sound was to have lots of guitars, lots of drums, lots of bass - not just one of everything. So anyway, we recorded this song, and Brian ...
This Could Be the Night (performed by David Cassidy) music_note David Cassidy recorded This Could Be the Night with additional lyrics for his 1975 album The Higher They Climb .
This Could Be the Night (performed by Flamin' Groovies) music_note The Flamin' Groovies recorded This Could Be the Night for their 1993 album Rock Juice .
This Is All I Ask music_note Recorded March 15-22, 1973.
This Means War music_note A song from the musical Zapata .
To Be a King music_note
To The Little Guy music_note
Together (performed by Sandie Shaw) music_note
Together {Alternate Version} music_note
Together {Mono} music_note
Together {Live On BBC's Saturday Club} music_note
Together (performed by Keith Moon) music_note Keith Moon enlisted the help of his buddies, Ringo Starr and Harry Nilsson to record "Together " for his 1975 album Two Sides of the Moon .   "Together" by Keith Moon  
Together (performed by Davy Jones) music_note Davy Jones appeared on the TV program Music Scene on December 22, 1969, singing Harry Nilsson's Together .
Together (performed by Clodagh Rodgers) music_note Clodagh Rodgers's recording of Harry Nilsson's Together was released as the b-side of her "Goodnight Midnight " in the UK in 1969. The single reached #4 in the UK charts. The recording is available on the CD You Are My Music: Best of Clodagh Rodgers .   ...
Together music_note
Together {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note Remixed for Aerial Pandemonium Ballet . Harry recorded new vocals and removed the bridge.
Together {Keith Moon} music_note
Tonight Song music_note Jay Leno replaced Johnny Carson as host of the Tonight Show in May of 1992. Harry Nilsson wrote Tonight Song as candidate for the new theme song for the show and sent a demo of it to Leno.
Tony's Trip music_note
Too Many Cooks music_note 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's Pussy Cats . At the same time Lennon produced a number of all-star jam sessions. At one of these sessions he produced Mick Jagger's ...
Toy Boat music_note ' Toy Boat " is one of Harry Nilsson's demos recorded for Yoko Ono for the Every Man Has a Woman album.   The song did not appear on the album and Harry's version is unreleased.   Toy Boat ...
Travelin' Man music_note
Trust In Me music_note Harry Nilsson originally recorded Trust In Me for A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night , but it was not included on the album. Other Recordings: Mildred Bailey's recording of Trust In Me reached #4 on the US charts in 1937. Etta James's recording of Trust In Me reached #30 on ...
Try {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Try, Try, Try music_note Recorded for ONE FOR THE ROAD, this very catchy track was extremely reminicent of the Beatles' "All You Need Is Love" complete with the famous missed beat.
Turn On The Radio (performed by Dunn & Rubini) music_note Dunn & Rubini's recording of Harry Nilsson's "Turn On Your Radio ," retitled as "Turn On The Radio," is on the duo's 1976 album Diggin' It .
Turn On Your Radio (performed by Marc Cohn) music_note Marc Cohn recorded "Turn On Your Radio " for the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album. His version is a medley with John Lennon's "I've Got a Feeling " - "I was just subconsciously thinking about Harry's connection to John Lennon , because they were such good friends. I ...
Turn On Your Radio music_note
Turn Out The Light music_note
Turn Out The Lights music_note
Turn Out The Lights {Demo} music_note A bonus track from Buddha's release of Pussy Cats , this is Harry Nilsson's stripped down demo of a song which finally appeared on the DUIT ON MON DEI album. Far from the exuberant, steel-drum-laden version, the demo is more of a quirky lullaby. This version is from the two-inch tapes of these ...
U.C.L.A. {Losst And Founnd} music_note
UCLA music_note One of the songs Harry recorded during the Papa's Got a Brand New Robe sessions. "You See L. A..."
Un Nouveau Jour Sur La Terre (performed by Eddy Mitchell) music_note "Un Nouveau Jour Sur La Terre" by Eddy Mitchell
Up The Revolution music_note From the play Zapata .
Up, Up, and Away music_note In his book, Tunesmith: Inside the Art of Songwriting , Jimmy Webb says that Harry Nilsson asked for Webb's permission to use the line "Up, Up, and Away" in "Gotta Get Up ."
Venter music_note "Waiting" translated to Norwegian.
Vi Tva music_note
Vine Street music_note
Voices Of Vista Radio Spots music_note
Waiting music_note "Waiting " is from the movie Jenny starring Marlo Thomas and Alan Alda .
Walk Right Back music_note
Walk Right Back/Cathy's Clown {In Concert} music_note Harry performed a medley of "Walk Right Back " and "Cathy's Clown " for his first "In Concert " television show. A different version of the medley was later released as a bonus track on the Aerial Pandemonium Ballet CD from Buddha .
Wasting My Time music_note
Wasting My Time {Alternate Version} music_note
What Are We Fighting For? music_note What Are We Fighting For? is one of the songs from "Zapata " which Harry recorded for a proposed album called Harry Sings Zapata .
What Can I Do music_note
What Does A Woman See In A Man music_note Ironically, the man who wrote and sang "You're Breaking My Heart " censors himself and changes the lyrics to this Jimmy Webb song. Harry Nilsson recorded "What Does a Woman See in a Man" during his Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. In Webb's recording the man "farts in the bed." In ...
What Does a Woman See in a Man {Losst And Founnd} music_note
What You Goin' To Do When The Rent Comes 'Round? (Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown) music_note "What You Goin' To Do When The Rent Comes 'Round? (Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown)" by George Segal
What'll I Do music_note Recorded: March 15-22, 1973
What'll I Do? music_note
What's Your Sign music_note
What's Your Sign {Alternate Version} music_note This previously unreleased version of "What's Your Sign " appeared on the 2006 reissue of Son of Schmilsson .
What's Your Sign? music_note
When Harry Got to Heaven music_note Laurence Juber , former Wings guitarist , wrote and performs the instrumental song "When Harry Got to Heaven " as a tribute to his friend, Harry Nilsson .   During live performances, he introduces the song by telling a story about Harry's funeral . The ...
When You Fall For A Guy music_note "When You Fall For A Guy" is an unreleased song written by Harry Nilsson .
When You Wish Upon a Star music_note Harry Nilsson provides the "whistle" in Ringo Starr's recording of the Disney song "When You Wish Upon a Star ."
Who Done It music_note
Who Done It? music_note What Schmilssonian has not thrilled to the dramatic, ominous prelude which opens Harry Nilsson's masterful pastiche of Agatha Christian mayhem, "Who Done It?". That intro, through the crashing thunder and leading up to the loping bass line, is the only music on Knnillssonn not actually ...
Who Pulled The Blues Right Out of the Horn music_note This is an example of the incidental music that Harry Nilsson wrote (and sang!) for the first season of the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father ."
Wig Job music_note Harry Nilsson was lounging around Hal Zieger's office in 1963 when someone came in with a song they wanted recorded. Harry recorded a demo of Wig Job and recorded his own Donna I Understand for the B-Side. When an executive at Mercury heard the single, he said "I like the singer and I ...
Will She Miss Me music_note
Will She Miss Me {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Will She Miss Me? music_note
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow music_note Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow is one of the tracks Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. Harry invited Carole King to sing backing vocals, but she never showed.
With a Bullet music_note "With a Bullet" is the A-Side of a limited edition single produced for sale at the Beatlefest conventions. All proceeds from the sales of the single benefit the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence . Harry is backed by Phil Melcher , Buzzy Linhart , and Mark Lapidos .   ...
Without Her (performed by Neil MacArthur) music_note Colin Blunstone of The Zombies released a cover of Harry Nilsson's "Without Her " under the pseudonym Neil MacArthur .
Without Her {Cheillia Pou Dipsoun Gia Agapi} music_note "Cheillia Pou Dipsoun Gia Agapi" is "Without Her " translated into Greek.
Without Her {Mono} music_note
Without Her {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet} music_note
Without Her (performed by Cilla Black) music_note Cilla Black's recording of Without Him is on her album Surround Yourself With Cilla . Black's recording of "Without Him" and her covers of Without You and I'll Take A Tango are included in the CD set Cilla - The Best of 1963-1978 .
Without Her (performed by Rick Nelson) music_note "Without Her" by Rick Nelson
Without Her {Noch Einmal} music_note Lierally "Again" in German, "Noch Einmal" is Harry Nilsson's "Without Her " translated to German.
Without Her (performed by Vicky Leandros) music_note
Without Her {Un Nouveau Jour Sur La Terre} music_note "A New Day on Earth" is a song in French set to the tune of "Without Her ."
Without Her {Without Him} music_note Females covering Harry Nilsson's Without Her changed the gender to "Without Him."
Without Her (performed by Kenny Everett) music_note "Without Her" by Kenny Everett.
Without Her (performed by Brothers Four) music_note
Without Her (performed by Al Kooper) music_note
Without Her (performed by Beckley/Lamm/Wilson) music_note Gerry Beckley , Robert Lamm , and Carl Wilson recorded Without Her for their album Like a Brother . "Without Her" by Beckley/Lamm/Wilson
Without Her (performed by Blood, Sweat & Tears) music_note Blood, Sweat & Tears version of Harry Nilsson's "Without Her " is available on their Child Is Father to the Man album. "Without Her" by Blood, Sweat, and Tears
Without Her (performed by Glen Campbell) music_note Glen Campbell's recording of Without Her is available on his Gentle On My Mind/By The Time I Get To Phoenix CD.
Without Her (performed by Triste Janero) music_note Triste Janero recorded Without Her (as "Without Him") for her 1968 album Meet Triste Janero .
Without Her (performed by Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass) music_note
Without Her (performed by Jack Jones) music_note
Without Her (performed by George Benson) music_note George Benson recorded Without Her for his 1969 album I Got a Woman And Some Blues .
Without Her (performed by Julie London) music_note
Without Her (performed by Beautiful South) music_note Beautiful South's recording of Without Her was released as a "b-side" on their "Don't Marry Her " CD single. "Without Her" by Beautiful South
Without Her (performed by Telly Savalas) music_note Telly Savalas recorded Harry Nilsson's Without Her for his 1974 MCA album Telly .
Without Her (performed by Joe & Bing) music_note Joseph Knowlton ("Joe") and William Bingham ("Bing") recorded Harry Nilsson's Without Her for their 1971 album Daybreak . The song was not originally included on the album, but is available as a bonus track on the cd reissue .
Without Her {Mon Coeur Sous Les Drapeaux} music_note Literally "My Heart Under the Flags", "Mon Coeur Sous Les Drapeaux " is "Without Her " translated to French.
Without Her music_note "Without Her" by Harry Nilsson   "It drove me nuts. I must have played it a million times." -- Al Kooper   Harry Nilsson performed "Without Her " during his "The Ghost and Mrs. ...
Without Her {Aerial Pandemonium Ballet Remix} music_note Harry Nilsson recorded new vocals and remixed "Without Her" for his Aerial Pandemonium Ballet album.
Without Her {Italian Version} music_note Harry Nilsson recorded an unreleased version of Without Her in Italian.
Without Her {New Nilsson Songs} music_note Harry Nilsson recorded a version of Without Her for the New Nilsson Songs demo album.
Without Him (performed by Lulu) music_note Lulu's 1968 recording of Without Him was the b-side of her "I Am a Tiger " single which reached #9 on the UK charts. The song is available on the CD From Crayons to Perfume: The Best of Lulu "Without ...
Without You (performed by Lana Cantrell) music_note Lana Cantrell recorded Harry Nilsson's "Without Her ," changing the words "without her" to "without you."   "Without You" ("Without Her") by Lana Cantrell  
Without You music_note   "Without You " [...] is just the killer song of all time. -- Paul McCartney [1]     [1] "Behind the Music {Badfinger} " VH1
Without You {Demo} music_note
Without You {Quadraphonic Mix} music_note
Woman Oh Woman {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Won (performed by Beta Band) music_note "Won" by Beta Band
Won music_note The Beta Band's song "Won" is a "hip hop" reworking of Harry Nilsson's song "One ." The Beta Band's recording includes extensive sampling of Harry's recording of "One ."   "Won" is available on the Beta Band's Hot Shots II CD.   "We met a rapper in New York, Sean Reveron , and ...
World {Demo} music_note
Yellow Man music_note
Yesterday music_note During the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions Harry recorded a medley of "Yesterday " and "Georgia On My Mind ."  
Yo Dodger Blue {Losst And Founnd} music_note
Yo Dodger Blue, LA Loves You music_note Harry Nilsson was a big fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Los Angeles Dodgers . He wrote Yo Dodger Blue, LA Loves You to be sung by fans in the stadium. Harry appeared on a sports talk radio show on KABC in Los Angeles, California , and played the song for the show's listeners.
Yo Y Mi Flecha music_note "Me and My Arrow" in Spanish.
You Are Here music_note According to Diane Nilsson , John Lennon and Harry Nilsson (who had just met) agreed that they would each write a song called "You Are Here ." Lennon was sponsoring a Yoko Ono exhibit of the same name in London at the time. Lennon's song was released on his Mind Games album in 1975. ...
You Are Here {Papas Got a Brown New Robe} music_note "You Are Here" is one of the unreleased tracks Harry Nilsson recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. "You are Here" by Harry Nilsson
You Can't Do That {Remix} music_note
You Can't Do That {Italian Version} music_note
You Can't Do That music_note
You Can't Do That {Mono} music_note
You Can't Do That {APB} music_note This remix was created for the Aerial Pandemonium Ballet but left off the original album. It later appeared as a bonus track on the Buddha reissue.
You Can't Take Your Love (Away From Me) music_note "You Can't Take Your Love (Away From Me)" by Harry Nilsson  
You Made Me Love You music_note
You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It) music_note Recorded March 15-22, 1973.
You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It) {Alternate Version} music_note
You Think You've Got Troubles music_note Unreleased track recorded during the Spotlight On Nilsson sessions for Tower Records .
You're Breakin' My Heart music_note
You're Breaking My Heart {1 Fuck You} music_note
You're Breaking My Heart music_note Recorded April/May 1972.
You're Breaking My Heart (performed by Peter Wolf and The Houseparty 5) music_note Peter Wolf and The Houseparty 5 recorded Harry Nilsson's "You're Breaking My Heart " for the For the Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson tribute album.   Peter Wolf and The Houseparty 5 "You're Breaking ...
You're My Girl music_note
You're Sixteen music_note Harry Nilsson sings backing vocals on Ringo Starr's recording of You're Sixteen .
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah music_note
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Zor and Zam {Studio Version} music_note Recorded January 7, 13, 18 and February 14, 17, 1968.   Harry Nilsson played keyboard on the Monkees's recording of "Zor and Zam ."  
Zor and Zam {TV Version} music_note Harry Nilsson played keyboards for The Monkee's recording of "Zor and Zam ."   The song was the last Monkees's song in the final first-run broadcast episode of "The Monkees TV series." The title of the episode in which it was heard, "Mijacogeo ," is an amalgam of the names of Micky Dolenz's ...
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