Buck Earl is the pseudonym Harry used when "Joy" was released as a single on RCA's country label.
Author, Interviewer. Eden wrote the excellent article "One Last Touch of Nilsson" which appeared in Goldmine magazine shortly after Harry's death.
See also: One Last Touch of Nilsson.
A subsidiary of Demon Records.
Bass (Flash Harry)
See also: Scott Edwards Credits.
Baritone Horn, Trombone (Aerial Ballet)
Cello (Aerial Ballet, ...That's the Way It Is)
See also: Jesse Ehrlich Credits.
A former Martha Graham star dancer, Janet Eilber choreographed The Point (stage).
See also: California State University, Long Beach, Dance Faculty.
"Ellen Foster" is a "Hallmark Hall of Fame" TV-movie which features Harry Nilsson's song, "Remember (Christmas)." The TV movie premiered December 14, 1997 on CBS. Unfortunately, the home video release doesn't include Harry's song.
See also: Ellen Foster.
On July 29, 1974 Mama Cass (Cass Elliot) died of a heart attack in the apartment she had rented from Harry.
See also: Cass Elliot Biography.
See also: Elvis Presley.
Joe Ely performs "Joy" on the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album.
See: Joe Ely
See also: Joe Ely Official Web Site.
Prent company of the One Up label.
See also: EMI Records.
The Popeye album was released by Epic.
The Beatles first manager.
Esparza/Katz (Moctezuma Esparaza and Robert Katz) produced The Telephone.
Timpani (...That's the Way It Is)
See also: Gene Estes Credits.
A friend of Harry's (and of many others). Mal Evans was a roadie for The Beatles. He made a brief appearance in the film Help! ("White cliffs of Dover?").
Mal Evans was shot and killed in 1975 by a Los Angeles Police officer. The officer was apparently attempting to stop Evans from committing suicide when Evans pointed a gun toward the officer. The officer fired in self-defense.
Harry's "Something True" is dedicated to Mal Evans.
See also: Mal Evans Credits.
Songwriter ("Without You") and member of Badfinger.
Evergreen Recording Studios
Rick Riccio's recording studio in Burbank, CA - now known as Ground Control. Ringo Starr's Stop and Smell the Roses was recorded at Evergreen.
Phil and Don, Singers, Songwriters
See also: Everly Brothers.