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Harry Nilsson: Greatest Hits


Download links and information about Harry Nilsson: Greatest Hits by Harry Nilsson. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:01:56 minutes.

Artist: Harry Nilsson
Release date: 1983
Genre: Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:01:56
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No. Title Length
1. 1941 2:40
2. Cuddly Toy 2:49
3. Without Her 2:17
4. One 2:48
5. Everybody's Talkin' (From "Midnight Cowboy") 2:49
6. Girlfriend 1:48
7. Good Old Desk 2:22
8. I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City 2:41
9. The Puppy Song 2:40
10. Living Without You 2:35
11. Me and My Arrow 2:05
12. Without You 3:19
13. Coconut 3:46
14. Jump Into the Fire (Short Version) 3:31
15. The Moonbeam Song 3:20
16. Remember (Christmas) 4:06
17. Spaceman 3:32
18. You're Breakin' My Heart 3:06
19. Daybreak (from "Son of Dracula") 2:42
20. Don't Forget Me 3:37
21. As Time Goes By 3:23



Over the course of a bold and highly erratic recording career Harry Nilsson assembled a core list of signature songs, some of which became — against all odds — popular on the radio (“Everybody’s Talkin’,” “Without You,” “Coconut”) and many more of which were made famous by others or simply admired within songwriting circles (“One,” 1941,” “Good Old Desk,” “The Puppy Song,” “Me and My Arrow”). Nilsson was an unrepentant prankster, and he spent most of his life subverting his audience’s expectations, but what comes through time and again is his irrepressible wit, his acidic storytelling, his exquisite melodies, and his faithful, sometimes-angelic voice. Running through all his songs is a deep current of melancholy — sometimes it comes through in the lyrics, sometimes in his voice, and sometimes it’s just in the somber, wistful arrangement, as in “The Moonbeam Song.” Of all the popular songwriters of his generation, Nilsson was the only one that never gave up his war against the obvious.