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.
In celebration of Harry Nilsson being Legacy Recordings’ Artist of the Month for July, our friends at Creative Allies have launched a new contest where designers can create commemorative posters for Harry. Check out the contest at:read more
“Artist of the Month” coincides with July 30 release date for Harry Nilsson’s The RCA Albums Collection 17-CD box set, as well as the July 18 publication of ‘Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter,’ the artist’s firstread more
Here is a Vine video preview of the contents in the upcoming Harry Nilsson 17-CD box set, The RCA Albums Collection, in stores July 30! You can share it with your friends!read more
The soundtrack to the new independent film Frances Ha features an eclectic selection of tunes including “Miss Butter’s Lament” by Harry Nilsson. Directed by Noah Baumbach, Frances Ha follows the story of an aimless young New Yorkread more
It’s been 33 years since it first came out, but on August 13th Varese Sarabande Records will re-release Harry Nilsson’s final album, Flash Harry, for the first time on compact disc. Originally issued on Mercury Records inread more
On July 18th the first official biography of Harry Nilsson hits the shelves. Nilsson’s estate granted author Alyn Shipton unprecedented access to Harry’s files, friends, family, and even Nilsson’s own unfinished autobiography, for Nilsson: The Life ofread more
Harry Nilsson’s THE RCA ALBUMS COLLECTION Commemorates Decade Of Recording From 1967 To 1977, On Deluxe 17-CD Box Set GRAMMY®-WINNING SINGER/SONGWRITER/PRODUCER AT VORTEX OF 1960s/’70s MUSIC REVOLUTION REVEALS DEEP ASSOCIATIONS WITH THE BEATLES, THE MONKEES, RANDY NEWMAN,read more