Lullaby in Ragtime (Harry Nilsson)
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Harry Nilsson - She's Leaving Home
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Harry Nilsson / John Lennon - Mucho Mungo/Mt Elga (Practice/Jam)
Harry Nilsson - She's Leaving Home (Lennon/McCartney) cut 2 from the compilation Nilsson Sings Beatles first seen on Pandemonium Shadow Show, 1967 album play...
Harry Nilsson - Mucho Mungo/Mt Elga (Jam/Practice) Bonus ( cut 13 ) from Nilsson Sings Beatles Unreleased, 1974 album playlist : http://www.youtube.com/view_...
somewhere over the rainbow -- harry nilsson
There have been so many "rocker sings the American songbook" albums and most of them would leave Lerner and Lowe spinning in their graves. Harry Nilsson however, was made to sing these songs. Gordon Jenkins, who worked with Frank Sinatra for many years, did the arrangements and conducted the orchestra. The songs flow into one another continuously and Harry's voice was never better.
Harry Nilsson (A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night) 1973. My favorite album of all time, not to mention my very favorite male vocalist. I'm proud to have him on my Pinterest, and to have been such a huge part of my life. Thanks, Harry.
HARRY NILSSON AND MY FAVORITE RECORD ALBUM OF ALL TIME, BAR NONE! "A LITTLE TOUCH OF SCHMILSSON IN THE NIGHT"
Memorable album cover.
Harry Nilsson - You Can't Do That
Pandemonium Shadow Show
Nilsson Pandemonium Shadow Show 180g LP (Mono)-Elusive Disc
180 Gram Vinyl Pressed at RTI! Includes Restored Artwork! Nilsson's first true album, 1967's Pandemonium Shadow Show, is an astonishing collection that announces the artist's unique vaudevillian take on 1960s pop music--a style that brought him to the attention of the Beatles by way of their press agent Derek Taylor. Produced by Rick Jarrad (Jefferson Airplane, Jose Feliciano) and primarily arranged by George Tipton, the set strikes a balance between Harry's breathtaking originals (the autobiographical 1941, the melancholy Without Her and the playful Ten Little Indians) and a tasteful array of covers (the Beatles' You Can't Do That and She's Leaving Home, as well as Phil Spector's gargantuan River Deep-Mountain High), all the while showcasing the vocal prowess of the True One. Plus, the usual benefits of a vintage mono mix are here--a louder rhythm section, more present bass, and an overall sense of ensemble that stereo of the era could rarely capture. A stunning work, pressed at RTI, now available from Sundazed in a 180g edition with restored artwork. Harry Nilsson's debut album, Pandemonium Shadow Show, was notoriously loved by the Beatles, and it's easy to see why. This is the only record of its time that feels akin to Sgt. Pepper, and in some ways, it's every bit as impressive. Nilsson works on a much smaller scale, leaning heavily on whimsy yet cutting it with sardonic humor and embellishing it with remarkable song and studiocraft; it's as if McCartney and Lennon were fused into the same body...Throughout it all, Nilsson impresses with his humor, cleverness, and above all, how his songwriting blossoms under his shockingly inventive studiocraft. Psychedelic pop albums rarely came better than this, and it remains a thorough delight. -Stephen Thomas Erlewine, allmusic.com Features: 180 Gram Vinyl Pressed at RTI Restored Artwork Mono Selections: Side 1: 1. Ten Little Indians 2. 1941 3. Cuddly Toy 4. She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune 5. You Can't Do That 6. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend Side 2: 1. She's Leaving Home 2. There Will Never Be 3. Without Her 4. Freckles 5. It's Been So Long 6. River Deep - Mountain High
- 1967 - "Pandemonium Shadow Show" - You Can't Do That (John Lennon; Paul McCartney) - Harry Nilsson
Me and My Arrow- Harry Nilsson
Me and My Arrow - Harry Nilsson - 70s
Harry Nilsson - Me and My Arrow
"Me And My Arrow" is a song by Harry Nilsson, from the soundtrack for the animated movie "The Point".
Nilsson - Zip-a-dee-doo-dah
Best Friend - Harry Nilsson
Harry Nilsson - Best Friend Lyrics
Harry Nilsson Best Friend Lyrics. Best Friend lyrics performed by Harry Nilsson: People let me tell you âbout my best friend He's a warm-hearted person who'll love me to the end People let me tell you âbout my best friend He's a one boy cuddly toy my up my down my pride and joy
“He had such mental acuity that he could instantly tell someone the day of the week they had been born just from hearing their birth date.” — Of Harry Nilsson (From the biography: ”Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter” by Alyn Shipton)
Harry Nilsson (June 15, 1941 – January 15, 1994)....A wild man of many musical talents! Will always be remembered! tema: Everybody's Talkin' With
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Harry Nilsson 1960's
▶ GrandPas' Lullaby Blue Moonbeam Harry Nilsson - YouTube
On the night of a rare Blue Moon, while working on one of my Flooring Inspection reports,I heard this track, The Moonbeam Song (by Harry Nilsson) and recalle...
Badass Harry Nilsson and his awesome sweater
Harry Nilsson in a KICK-ASS sweater.
Harry Nilsson plays Band-Aid
Holy crap, look at Harry Nilsson’s kick-ass heartbreak sweater! Then get your ears on his music, like, now.
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