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Down - Nilsson* - Nilsson Schmilsson (Reel-To-Reel, Album)

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  1. Gotaur says:
    Nilsson Schmilsson, Harry’s seventh album, was recorded both at RCA in Hollywood and London’s Olympia Sound, and produced a string of hits. These include his chart-topping version of Badfinger.
  2. Karamar says:
    Music Reviews: Nilsson Schmilsson by Harry Nilsson released in via RCA Victor. Genre: Pop Rock.
  3. Malagis says:
    Jan 17,  · Losst and Founnd, Nilsson’s first posthumous album, is a constant reminder of that fateful night. His voice is deep, frayed, and faded—qualities that marked his .
  4. Nemuro says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Reel-To-Reel release of Nilsson Schmilsson on Discogs. Label: RCA - EPPA C • Format: Reel-To-Reel 7 ½ ips, Stereo, 7 Harry Nilsson - Nilsson Schmilsson (Reel-To-Reel) | Discogs.
  5. Sazil says:
    Jan 17,  · I've got to admit that I don't get much out of the stuff I've heard either, though the Knnillssonn album shows a real re-grouping of Harry's spirit (he's really trying to make a good album, which you can't say of much his post work) - his voice betrays the years of hard living, however, and the material is slightly too "down" for it to make it to the upper echelons of his catalogue, for me.
  6. Yotaur says:
    Nilsson - Nilsson Schmilsson - Review The pounding, detuned-bass rocker "Jump into the Fire" and the similarly belted and horn-blasted "Down" define Nilsson's harder take on this particular album (the former could still burn up dancefloors), although his stab at the golden oldie "Let the Good Times Roll" humorously weaves about, drunk on.
  7. Shakasida says:
    Album · · 10 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Album · · 10 Songs. Sign In For You Browse Radio Sign In Nilsson Schmilsson Harry Nilsson Rock · Preview SONG TIME Gotta Get Up. 1. PREVIEW Driving Along. Nilsson.
  8. Doucage says:
    Realizing that he had nothing left to lose when he got to the end of his RCA contract, Harry Nilsson wound up recording his best, most distinctive record since Pussy Cats, maybe, Son of Schmilsson. Abandoning the very idea of a mainstream pop album is just the beginning of his conceptual coup here with Knnillssonn.
  9. Mazum says:
    The whole of Nilsson Schmilsson is punctuated by such stylistic leaps, as Nilsson shows his range as a writer and a performer, as he pinballs between pure pop (“Gotta Get Up”), a sort of big band blues (“Down”), rock and roll (“Jump Into the Fire” – hell it even has a drum solo which isn’t annoying. And check out that bass.

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