Stepney and Pinner Choir #6


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Son of Schmilsson {UK CD Reissue} [2000] album Son of Schmilsson was released while Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold.   At the end of the Son of Schmilsson album Richard Perry says "Goodbye, Harry" to which Harry replies, ...
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 ...
Son of Schmilsson {US CD Reissue} [1988] album Son of Schmilsson was released while Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold.   At the end of the Son of Schmilsson album Richard Perry says "Goodbye, Harry" to which Harry replies, ...
Son of Schmilsson {Stereophonic LP} [1972] album Son of Schmilsson was released while Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold. A poster was included with the original LP release of the album. At the end of the Son of ...
Son of Schmilsson {Best Buy LP Reissue} [1981] album A "Best Buy " reissue. Son of Schmilsson was released while Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold. "Songs come differently each time, each album is unique. In Africa , the year before last, ...
Son of Schmilsson {Japanese CD Reissue} [2002] album Son of Schmilsson was released while Nilsson Schmilsson was still on the charts. It hit #12, spent 31 weeks on the charts, and went gold. At the end of the Son of Schmilsson album Richard Perry says "Goodbye, Harry" to which Harry replies, "See ya ...
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 ...