The profound musical gifts of Harry Nilsson are on full display in THE RCA ALBUMS COLLECTION. This deluxe 17-CD box set, available now, presents Nilsson’s definitive 14 U.S. albums from RCA. Bonus material on those albums add up to 65 tracks, of which 26 are previously unreleased. Adding to the box set’s historical provenance are three newly-compiled CDs containing 58 tracks, of which an additional 29 tracks are previously unreleased.
For the first time since it was recorded in 1967, Harry Nilsson’s cover of the Coasters’ classic “Searchin’” is seeing the light of day. The recording, premiering today exclusively at Rolling Stone, has a slightly faster-paced rockread more
If Lennon-McCartney was the question, the answer was: this guy. What happens, in other words, if you combine in one person, in one talent, in a single opus, the whimsical facility of Paul and the howlingness andread more
U.K. newspaper The Telegraph recently interviewed Jimmy Webb and Van Dyke Parks about Harry Nilsson, as fans and friends await the upcoming release of Harry’s The RCA Albums Collection on July 30. Here is part of theread more
The A.V. Club has the exclusive premiere of “Ballin’ The Jack” from Harry Nilsson’s The RCA Albums Collection, the 17-CD box set available July 30th! The previously unreleased track features Harry and Dr. John and wasn’t evenread more
In the early 1970s, Harry Nilsson was one of the most famous musicians on the planet — due in part to songs like “Coconut” and Everybody’s Talkin.’” Writer and radio host Alyn Shipton chronicled his enigmatic storyread more
Ultimate Classic Rock has premiered the demo of Harry Nilsson‘s “Cuddly Toy” from his upcoming 17-CD box set, The RCA Albums Collection. The demo of “Cuddly Toy” comes from the first of three CDs of outtakes inread more
The first full-length Harry Nilsson biography, Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter by Alyn Shipton, is in stores today! PopMatters has given the book a perfect 10, calling it “a perfect portrait of an imperfect man.” Hereread more