Editors’ Notes The Beatles loved him, and pop devotees the world over will never forget him. Harry Nilsson was a force of nature, a creature of excess whose voice could convey unbearable tenderness, and an artist whose muse was so unpredictable that he followed his biggest pop hits with an album of pre-rock standards. Nilsson had a startling range—even after he shredded his vocal cords in a session with John Lennon—and though a world-class songwriter, had his biggest hit with Badfinger's "Without You." His juggling of romance, eccentric humor, and underlying turmoil created a one-of-a-kind catalog.

SONG
ALBUM
Everybody's Talkin' (From "Midnight Cowboy") [Mono]
2:47
 
Without You
3:21
 
One (Mono)
2:54
 
Coconut
3:50
 
Me and My Arrow
2:05
 
Jump Into the Fire
7:00
 
Without Her
2:20
 
Spaceman
3:34
 
I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City
2:43
 
The Moonbeam Song
3:22
 
The Puppy Song
2:41
 
Daybreak (Single Version)
3:05
 
Good Old Desk (Mono)
2:20
 
Remember (Christmas)
4:06
 

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