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Mickey Nadel

Bass (...That's the Way It Is)

Richard Nash

Trombone (...That's the Way It Is)

National First Security Bank

Harry worked at the National First Security Bank in Van Nuys, California, during the period when he first started writing songs. Although he had not graduated high school, he managed to work up to the position of night supervisor of the bank's computer department.


NBC Television Network

See also: NBC Home Page.

Buell Neidlinger

Bass player ("Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah")

Fred Neil

Songwriter ("Everybody's Talkin')


NEMS was the management company run by Brian Epstein. NEMS's most famous clients were those four lads from Liverpool who called themselves, The Beatles. At one time, it is said, NEMS tried to sign Harry to a songwriting or recording contract.

Michael Nesmith

Michael Nesmith plays guitar on Harry's recording of "Rainmaker."

See also: Michael Nesmith Yahoo Links.

New Christy Minstrels

The New Christy Minstrels recorded Harry's "Travelin' Man."

New Salvation Singers

The "The Path That Leads to Trouble" single is credited to Harry Nilsson and the New Salvation Singers.

New World Pictures

US Distributor of The Telephone.

Del Newman

Arranger ("Remember (Christmas)")

Randy Newman

Singer, songwriter. Harry's Nilsson Sings Newman album is a collection of Randy Newman songs. Newman performs "Remember (Christmas)" on the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album.

"I liked everything Harry did of mine. I was honored that he did it. Harry had a tremendous voice, he could do anything. He was a great record maker. We were very close at one time and did drift apart. I donít really know why." -- Randy Newman (Randy Newman Mailing List - 1998)

See also: Randy Newman Yahoo Links.

James Newton-Howard

Keyboards (...That's the Way It Is)

See also: James Newton-Howard.

Stevie Nicks

Stevie Nicks (along with Ringo Starr) performs "Lay Down Your Arms" on the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album.

See also: Stevie Nicks Yahoo Links.

Lenny Niehaus

Arranger (Stay Awake)

See also: Lennie Niehaus.

Willem Nijholt

Songwriter ("Goeie Ouwe Plee")

Johnny Niles

The name Mercury used for Harry on the "Donna I Understand" single.

Nilsson House

Nilsson House was Harry's production company.

Nilsson House Music, Inc.

Nilsson House Music, Inc. is Harry's music publishing company.


From February 15 to April 1, 1998, the Muziektheater in Amsterdam, Holland, presented "Nilsson!" - a play based on the life and music of Harry Nilsson. See: Nilsson!

Betty Nilsson

Harry's mother - "She wrote 'Marchin' Down Broadway,' which Irving Berlin offered her a thousand bucks for, I found out. She thought he wanted the whole song, so she said no. He may really have wanted it; I've heard stories about him. Then she wrote 'Little Cowboy.' That was about the extent of her songwriting. I think she wrote poetry at night, you know, and thing like that. She once wrote something which she sent to a publisher, called 'I Think I'm Going Mad,' and they sent it back and said, 'So do we!'" - Harry.

Diane Nilsson

The former Diane Clatworthy, Harry's "first" wife and the mother of Harry's oldest child, Zak Nilsson.

Gary Nilsson

Harry's half-brother

Harry Nilsson

Singer, Songwriter, Composer, Occasional Actor, Screenwriter, Producer, Storyteller, Friend, and Father

Una Nilsson

Harry met Una O'Keefe in an ice cream parlor (Rumplemeyer's Ice Cream Parlor in New York City) and married her in an airport. They spent their honeymoon at the Watergate Hotel in Washington DC.

Together Harry and Una had six children - Beau, Ben, Annie, Olivia, Kief, and Oscar.

Zak Nilsson

Harry Nilsson's oldest son. Zak is pictured in one of the buttons on the cover of A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night.

See also: Xaqtly Music.

Nilssonny and Cher

When Harry recorded "A Love Like Yours" with Cher he dubbed the duo, "Nilssonny and Cher."

Richard Nixon

Former President of the United States

See also: Nixon Home Page.

No Dice

Badfinger album containing their version of "Without You."

Nom Music

Publisher ("A Thousand Miles Away")

Tom Northcott

Northcott recorded Harry's "1941" with Leon Russell as producer.

See also: Tom Northcott Biography.

Northern Songs

Music publishing company formed by Dick James and Brian Epstein in 1963 to handle the publishing of The Beatles's songs.

Northridge Earthquake

The Northridge earthquake which rocked southern California occurred on January 17, 1994, just two days after Harry died. Someone has suggested that the quake was the result of Harry finding out that they don't have a bar in heaven.

Michael Nowak

Viola (...That's the Way It Is)

See also: Michael Nowak.

Wilbert Nuttycombe

Violin (Aerial Ballet)

See also: Wilbert Nuttycombe.