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Television's Greatest Hits Vol. II

LP
US
TeeVee Toons
TVT 1200
1986
[Buy CD]
Includes "Best Friend," the theme from The Courtship of Eddie's Father.

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...That's the Way It Is

LP
US
RCA
APL1-1119
1976

...That's the Way It Is consists mostly of covers. Once again, Harry had trouble with RCA over the title of an album. This time he won.

"I wanted to put out an album called That's the Way It Is. They said 'You can't.' I asked why? 'Elvis has already used the title.' Is there a copyright on a title? I'd had enough. I think I paid them back some money to get out. I know I left in the black and not many artists can say that."

In the photo on the back cover is a copy of God's Greatest Hits.

Cello: Ray Kelly
Choir, Chorus: Deidra Askey
Drums: Chilli Charles
Drums: Jim Keltner
Guitar: Keith Allison
Guitar: Michael Anthony
Horn: Herbie Harper
Horn: Joe Darensbourg
Keyboards: Dr. John
Keyboards: Van Dyke Parks
Keyboards: James Newton-Howard
Keyboards: Jane Getz
Saxophone: Buddy Collette
Saxophone: James Roberts
Saxophone: Martha Carson
Timpani: Tom Collier
Violin: Murray Adler
Violin: Israel Baker
Violin: Arnold Belnick
Viola: Meyer Bello
Horn: Andrew Blakeney
Viola: Samuel Boghossian
Bass: James E. Bond
Guitar: Dennis Budimir
Saxophone: Gene Cipriano
Viola: Rollice Dale
Violin: Assa Drori
French Horn: David Duke
Cello: Jesse Ehrlich
Timpani: Gene Estes
Violin: Henry Ferber
Violin: Ronald Folsom
Violin: James Getzoff
Choir, Chorus: Richard Glasser
Violin: Harris Goldman
Bassoon: Charles Gould
Saxophone: William Green
Choir, Chorus: Joseph Greene
Drums (Steel): Robert Greenidge
Choir, Chorus: Abigale Haness
Choir, Chorus: Monalisa Harrington
Viola: Allan Harshman
Saxophone: Jim Horn
Viola: Harry Hyams
Guitar: Peter Jameson
Cello: Armand Kaproff
Violin: Nathan Kaproff
Cello: Jerome Kessler
Saxophone: Bobby Keyes
Guitar: Danny Kortchmar
Violin: William Kurasch
Violin: Carl LaMagna
Choir, Chorus: Lynda Laurence
Choir, Chorus: John Lehman
Violin: Joy Lyle
Trumpet: Steve Madaio
Violin: Leonard Malarsky
Choir, Chorus: Shirley Matthews
Trombone: Lew McCreary
Bass: Peter Mercurio
Guitar: John Morell
Trombone: Richard Nash
Viola: Michael Nowak
Keyboards: David Paich
Trombone: Benny Powell
Saxophone: John Rotella
Violin: Ralph Schaeffer
Engineer: Richie Schmitt
Viola: David Schwartz
Violin: Sid Sharp
Cello: Harry Shlutz
Violin: Paul Shure
French Horn: Henry Sigismonti
Violin: Polly Sweeney
Guitar: Fred Tackett
Bassoon: Melvin Tax
Choir, Chorus: Bill Thedford
Guitar: Derrek Van Eaton
Bass (Electric): Klaus Voormann
Bass: Mickey Nadel
Cello: Raphael Dramer
Engineer: Tommy Vicari
French Horn: Vincent DeRosa
Guitar: Jesse Ed Davis
Guitar: David Wolfert
Guitar: Lon Van Eaton
Percussion: Doug Hoefer
Trumpet: Anthony Terran
Viola: Louis Cievman
Violin: Edward Green
Violin: Tibor Zelig

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There Was Love (The Divorce Songs)

CD

Scotti Brothers

1993

Compilation album which includes Harry performing "You're Breaking My Heart." The album includes liner notes by Mickey Rooney and songs "inspired by Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Artie Shaw, Lana Turner and Henry VIII."

There Was Love (The Divorce Songs) is the counter-part to There Is Love: The Wedding Songs (Scotti Brothers 75262) and There is Still Love (The Anniversary Songs) (Scotti Brothers 75405).

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This is Cult Fiction

CD
US
Virgin

1999
[Buy CD]
Includes Harry's performance of "Everybody's Talkin'"

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Time Takes Time

CD
US
BMG Special Products

May 1992
[Buy CD]
"...the drummer's most consistent, wide-awake album since RINGO, from 1973...stands as heartening proof that Mr. Starkey has something to offer at fifty-two... " -- Rolling Stone

Nilsson is credited as "Guest Artist" on the album.





A Toot and a Snore in '74

CD

Mistral
MM 9225 1992
1990

This bootleg of a superstar session captures the brief reunion of John Lennon and Paul McCartney with Stevie Wonder, Harry Nilsson, Jesse Ed Davis, and Bobby Keyes in a Los Angeles recording studio in 1974. Unfortunately, the performance is not very good.

The release date is uncertain.

See: A Toot and a Snore





A Touch More Schmilsson in the Night (compact disc)

CD
US
RCA
PD 90251
1988

CD rerelease of A Touch More Schmilsson in the Night.





A Touch More Schmilsson in the Night

LP
UK
RCA
PL 90251
1988

Selections recorded for, but included on the A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night album. Not released in the US.





A Touch of Ragtime

LP
US
Signature
BFBSLI-0654
1974

An album by George Segal and the Imperial Jazzband. The actor sings and plays ukelele. Nilsson joins Segal on vocal and piano for the fifth cut on side 1, "What You Goin' To Do When The Rent Comes 'Round? (Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown)." According to the liner notes by Nat Hentoff, "Nilsson, says George Segal, dropped in on the way to a session with John Lennon. As it turned out, he was two hours late for the latter gig."





A Touch of Ragtime

LP
US
Signature
BFW40112
1985

Reissue of A Touch of Ragtime.





Tropical Heat

CD



1998

2-CD various artists collection which includes Harry's performance of "Coconut."

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24 Karat Gold Sampler

CD

RCA
RJC 66173-2
1986 (?)

Promotional only release with Harry's "Without You" and "The Moonbeam Song."

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Two Sides of the Moon

LP
US
MCA
2136
1975
[Buy CD]
An album by Keith Moon. Harry provides backing vocals for "Together."

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