Nilsson Schmilsson is the seventh album by American singer Harry Nilsson, released by RCA Records in November 1971. It was Nilsson's most commercially successful work, producing three of his best-known songs. Among these was the number 1 hit "Without You", written by Pete Ham and Tom Evans of the group Badfinger. The album was the first of two Nilsson albums recorded in London and produced by Richard Perry.
Nilsson Schmilsson is the seventh album by Nilsson. It was Nilsson’s most commercially successful work, producing three of his best-known songs. Among these was the number 1 hit Without You, written by Pete Ham and Tom Evans of the group Badfinger. Richard Perry said he tried to keep all the good elements about Nilsson and added to them to make this album. Nilsson Schmilsson Q&A.
Harry Nilsson had a hit, a Grammy, and critical success, yet he still didn't have a genuine blockbuster to his name when it came time to finally deliver a full-fledged follow-up to Nilsson Sings Newman, so he decided it was time to make that unabashed, mainstream pop/rock album. Hiring Barbra Streisand producer Richard Perry as a collaborator, Nilsson made a streamlined, slightly domesticated, unashamed set of mature pop/rock, with a slight twist.
For the original US cover see: Nilsson - Nilsson Schmilsson. Comes with a fold out poster of the cover. Public Performance Clearance - BMI except "Without You" - ASCAP. Made & Printed in . Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): APRS-8010. Matrix, Runout (Side B Label): APRS-8011.
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Nilsson Schmilsson was his third album and contains his biggest hit "Without You", along with other classics such as the faux-tropical song "Coconut" and the bluesy "Early In The Morning". 180 gram audiophile vinyl. Includes free poster.
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on 1971's Schmilsson. He's still in his robe too, out of focus, unshaven, a hash pipe in his fingers. Harry wakes up, weary, but rouses quickly, showers, resigned to being late for the day's meetings. 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 its own Bacchanalian clank of keys.