The profound musical gifts of Harry Nilsson are on full display in THE ESSENTIAL NILSSON. This two-disc set presents some of Nilsson’s most well-known songs, and includes two previously unreleased tracks, remastered tracks, and single versions.
“A year before Harry Nilsson achieved commercial success with 1971’s Nilsson Schmilsson, the late singer-songwriter released The Point!, a whimsical concept album that tells the story of a round-headed boy named Oblio who lives in a Pointed Village. As you may haveread more
Pretty big news in Nilssonland. We are excited to announce that Harry’s final album, Losst and Founnd, will be officially released in November by Ominvore Records. Pre-order now: https://HarryNilsson.lnk.to/LosstAndFounnd Read more and listen to two tracks atread more
Noisey takes a dive into the works of Harry Nilsson and introducing new generations to his musical creations. “For decades (well… weeks, in the case of Russian Doll), these institutions of pop culture have introduced new generations toread more
Harry Nilsson’s “Gotta Get Up” saw an astounding 3,300 percent increase in streams in the U.S. from the previous Wednesday, after the first week of Netflix’s hit show Russian Doll. The repeat worthiness of the song is,read more
“Gotta Get Up,” the song from Netflix’s Russian Doll that’s probably still in your head, is also available in mug form! Get one now at the only official, authorized Harry Nilsson store!read more
Here’s Harry Nilsson on the cover of TIME this week in 1973. He had topped the charts with “Without You,” and was about to win his second GRAMMY Award for his performance. In the meantime, he hadread more
Harry Nilsson didn’t perform live, so his cheeky request for this 1971 BBC “live concert” was that it be filmed without an audience. This is the closest thing to a “live” version of “Gotta Get Up” thatread more