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Harry Nilsson Edit Profile

singer , songwriter

Harry Nilsson, American singer, songwriter. Recipient Grammy awards for best popular rock vocal 1969, 72; 3 Album of Year awards for production Stereo Review; Thomas Alva Edison award for best album of year (Nilsson Schmillson); has 8 gold records, BMI awards; Montreaux Film Festival special board of merit award for The Point; Atlanta Film Festival special merit award for The Point.

Background

Nilsson, Harry was born on June 15, 1941 in Brooklyn.

Career

In charge computer center, Operations Security Pacific 1st National Bank, Van Nuys, California, 7 years.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Singer: in movie Midnight Cowboy. Recording artist for, Radio Corporation of America. Albums include Nilsson Schmillsson, Little Touch of Schmillsson in The Night, 1973, Son of Schmillsson, 1972, The Point, The Sandman, 1975, That's The Way It Is, 1976, Knillsson, 1977, Early Times, Greatest Hits, 1978, Nilsson's Greatest Music, 1981, Nilsson Sings Newman, 1989, All-Time Greatest Hits, 1989, Everybody's Talking and Other Hits, 1990.

      Singer: museum sound track Son of Dracula. Film sound track Dui On Mon Dei. Composer: film sound track Open Your Window.

      Bath, 1941, The Puppy Song, Don't Leave Me, I Said Goodbye to Me, One, Gotta Get Up, Driving Along, Down, Jump Into the Fire.