Spaceman

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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 .
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One Last Touch of Nilsson article This article is from Goldmine Magazine (Vol. 20 No. 9 Issue 359 dated April 29, 1994). Bruce Ansley contacted Krause Publications Group, Inc. and Dawn Eden and they were kind enough to grant him permission to place the article online. Once he had ...
Did Somebody Drop His Mouse? videocam Article By Curtis Armstrong   Unearthing the "lost" Nilsson Documentary   The existence of a lost Nilsson documentary was completely unknown to me until early last year [1997]. I had called legendary producer Richard Perry to discuss with him the possibility of his involvement in a ...
Life on Mars {The Man Who Sold the World} videocam Harry Nilsson's "Spaceman " is heard in an episode of the ABC TV series "Life on Mars " titled "The Man Who Sold the World."  
Howard Stern radio On March 5, 2003, on his popular radio show, Howard Stern played "You're Breaking My Heart ." As the song played (with the expected edits, of course), Stern laughed out loud.   Stern asked if Harry Nilsson was still alive and his "posse" said no, but couldn't agree on either the date of his ...
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 .
They Came from Outer Space: The Alien Songbook [1998] album They Came from Outer Space: The Alien Songbook is a Dr. Demento compilation which includes "Slime Creatures from Outer Space" performed by Weird Al Yankovic , "The Flying Saucer, Parts 1 & 2" by Bill Buchanan and Dickie Goodman , "The Purple People Eater" by Sheb Wooley , Spaceman ...
Brain in a Box: The Science Fiction Collection {CD} [2000] album This collection documents Science Fiction's musical legacy on five CDs and 113 tracks - Movie Themes, TV Themes, Pop songs, Incidental/Lounge music, and Novelty songs. The packaging is brilliant kitsch: a 6.5-inch square, metal-lidded cube emblazoned on three ...