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Harry Nilsson

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Harry Nilsson  The Cast and Crew   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Jesus Christ You're Tall   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Easier for Me   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Perfect Day   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Mr. Richland's Favorite Song   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  One   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  There Will Never Be   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  I Never Thought I'd Get This Lonely   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  That Is All   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Daylight   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Garbage Can Ballet   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  The Flying Saucer Song   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Down By the Sea   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  The Lottery Song   buy on itunes
Nilsson  Caroline   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  What'll I Do   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Ten Little Indians   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Who Done It?   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Waiting   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Isolation   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Ain't It Kinda Wonderful   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  I Will Take You There   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  How Can I Be Sure of You   buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  Lamaze   buy on itunes

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For all his artistic achievements, Nilsson was always a screwball at heart, gleefully launching into deeply weird detours from the path of pop perfection. The man who made millions weep with his chart-topping ballads could also turn out kooky fare like "Garbage Can Ballet," an ode to eating out of trash cans that's part of his soundtrack for bizarro '60s cult classic film [i]Skidoo[/i]. His 1975 "Down By the Sea" is like a sonic psychic's prediction of [i]The Little Mermaid[/i] soundtrack as done by Tom Waits. And you couldn't ask for a better embodiment of Nilsson's notorious, year-long "lost weekend" of L.A. spent carousing with John Lennon than the interstellar Cheech & Chong-isms of "The Flying Saucer Song," from the Lennon-produced [i]Pussy Cats[/i].
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