Nilsson Schmilsson is the seventh album by American singer Harry Nilsson, released by RCA Records in November 1971. It was Nilsson's most commercially successful work, producing three of his best-known songs. Among these was the number 1 hit "Without You", written by Pete Ham and Tom Evans of the group Badfinger. The album was the first of two Nilsson albums recorded in London and produced by Richard Perry.
Nilsson followed up 1971's Nilsson Schmilsson, his only Top 10 album, with a sequel of sorts. But under pressure from his record company to use the same template, Nilsson rebelled and turned in a more diverse collection instead. The gutsy rocker "You're Breakin' My Heart" is best known for its kiss-off chorus - "You're breakin' my heart, you're tearin' it apart, So f-- you" - which couldn't have made execs happy. After 1973's standard collection A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night, Nilsson got back in a rock 'n' roll mood on the following year's Pussy Cats. Working with pal John Lennon, during his drunken "lost weekend" phase, the pair cut a boozy record filled with Nilsson originals and a handful of covers, like reggae star Jimmy Cliff's great "Many Rivers to Cross," which kicks off the album. From: 'Nilsson Schmilsson' (1971). After five years and seven albums, Nilsson finally had a genuine hit.
Nilsson Sings Newman is the fifth studio album by American singer Harry Nilsson, released in February 1970 on RCA Victor. It features songs written by Randy Newman. Recorded over six weeks in late 1969, the album showcases Nilsson's voice multi-tracked in layers of tone and harmony. Its arrangements are otherwise spare, with most of the instrumentation provided by Newman on piano.
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Nilsson Sings Newman is an album of Randy Newman compositions sung by Harry Nilsson, with Newman on piano. The record was not a great commercial success, but it was critically praised, and helped Newman gain notice. Recorded over six weeks in 1969, the album showcases Nilsson's voice multi-tracked in layers of tone and harmony. Its arrangements are otherwise spare and graceful. The LP record cover art is by Dean Torrence. 16 Top Tracks From Nilsson released: 1988. Popeye released: 1980. Knnillssonn released: 1977.
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Harry Nilsson had a hit, a Grammy, and critical success, yet he still didn't have a genuine blockbuster to his name when it came time to finally deliver a full-fledged follow-up to Nilsson Sings Newman, so he decided it was time to make that unabashed, mainstream pop/rock album. Hiring Barbra Streisand producer Richard Perry as a collaborator, Nilsson made a streamlined, slightly domesticated, unashamed set of mature pop/rock, with a slight twist
Artists Harry Nilsson Harry, Nilsson Sings Newman. Harry, Nilsson Sings Newman Harry Nilsson. Harry, Nilsson Sings Newman. This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 71/188 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Harry, Nilsson Sings Newman.
Nilsson Schmilsson is the seventh album by Nilsson. It was Nilsson’s most commercially successful work, producing three of his best-known songs. Among these was the number 1 hit Without You, written by Pete Ham and Tom Evans of the group Badfinger. Richard Perry said he tried to keep all the good elements about Nilsson and added to them to make this album. Nilsson Schmilsson Q&A.
|I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City||2:44|
|Simon Smith And His Amazing Dancing Bear||2:47|
|She's Leaving Home||3:16|
|It's Been So Long||2:09|
|River Deep - Mountain High||3:53|
|Good Old Desk||2:22|
|Don't Leave Me||2:18|
|Mr. Richkand's Favourite Song||2:12|
|I Said Goodbye To Me||2:13|
|CD 90118||Nilsson*||16 Top Tracks From Nilsson (CD, Comp)||RCA||CD 90118||Austria||1988|
|CD 90216||Nilsson*||16 Top Tracks From Nilsson (CD, Comp)||RCA||CD 90216||Austria||1988|
|BPCD 5009||Nilsson*||16 Top Tracks From Nilsson (CD, Comp)||RCA||BPCD 5009||Australia||1988|