Nilsson - The Best Of Nilsson album FLAC
Without You: The Best of Harry Nilsson.
Is Nilsson Schmilsson the best album by Harry Nilsson? BestEverAlbums. Nilsson Schmilsson track list.
Ok so this isn't quite Harry Nilsson In Concert - yes, he's playing live but there's no audience. I love the version of "Life Line" in 'The Point' but the rendition here is truly heartbreaking and is my favourite Nilsson performance.
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Nilsson Sings Newman is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter 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.
This Nilsson discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Nilsson albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Nilsson singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
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Nilsson is on the level of Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, and so many others who have vocalized the realities of our lives. Sadly, he died way too young. This collection will surprise and please you every time you listen- it will bring to you joy, laughter, love, sadness, remembrance, and deep sorrow, possibly tears. I didn't have any of Harry Nilsson's music and I was looking for the best compilation and the best bang for my buck. There were so many collections that it was very difficult to pick one, but I went with this one because of the 2 CDs. Essentialy all of his hits are here.
Album Rock AM Pop Contemporary Pop/Rock Singer/Songwriter Soft Rock Baroque Pop Psychedelic Pop Psychedelic/Garage Sunshine Pop. Submit Corrections. 2013's budget-line compilation Playlist isn't a bad sampler of Harry Nilsson's peak, as it's helped considerably by the inclusion of his '60s and '70s staples "One," "Everybody's Talkin'," "Me and My Arrow," "Without You," "Coconut," "Jump Into the Fire," and "You're Breakin' My Heart
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. 5. 'Many Rivers to Cross'. From: 'Pussy Cats' (1974).