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R. B. Marich, Inc.

The underwriters for the initial public offering of stock in Hawkeye Entertainment.

The Rainbow

A bar at 9001 Sunset in Hollywood. The Rainbow was a favorite hang out for Harry and some of his friends like Keith Moon, Ringo Starr, and John Lennon.

Ralph Rainger

Songwriter ("Thanks for the Memories")

Marvin Rainwater

Songwriter ("So You Think You Have Troubles")

Buck Ram

Songwriter ("Only You")

See also: Buck Ram.

Ande Rand

Songwriter ("Only You")

See also: Ande Rand.


Rapple was Ringo Starr's own record label. It was spawned from The Beatles' Apple label.

Son of Dracula was released on the Rapple label.


See also: RCA Victor Home Page.

Mac Rebennack

AKA Dr. John. Songwriter ("Daylight Has Caught Me"). Piano (Pandemonium Shadow Show, Duit on Mon Dei, ...That's the Way It Is, Flash Harry)

See also: Dr. John.

Record Collector

A British record collectors magazine.

Red Roof Inns®

See also: Red Roof Inns begins life as public company.

Jerome J. Reisler

Violin (Aerial Ballet)

Reservoir Dogs

A film by Quentin Tarantino.

Harry's "Coconut" is part of the soundtrack.

See also: Reservoir Dogs.


The Nilsson '62 - The Debut Sessions album was released by Retro ("from the maker of rpm").

Red Rhodes

Steel Guitar (Son of Schmilsson)

Rick Riccio

Flute player ("Drumming is My Madness"), recording engineer (Stop and Smell the Roses, Popeye), and owner of Ground Control (fomerly Evergreen Recording Studios).

Tony Richland

Record promoter who lent his name to John Lennon's favorite of Harry's songs: "Mr. Richland's Favorite Song."

Ridgetop Music

Publisher (songs on Nilsson '62 - The Debut Sessions).

Lyle Ritz

Bass (Pandemonium Shadow Show, Aerial Ballet)

Bruce Robb

Producer and Engineer (Flash Harry)

George Roberts

Baritone Horn (Aerial Ballet)

Howard Roberts

Guitar (Harry)

See also: Howard Roberts.

James Roberts

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

Jimmy Roberts

Saxophone (...That's the Way It Is. Flash Harry)

Alf Robertson

Songwriter ("Det Kan Val Va Sa Har")

Robin Hood

Publisher of several of Harry's very earliest songs such as "Baa Baa Blacksheep."

Leo Robin

Songwriter ("Thanks for the Memories")

The Roches

The Roches perform "Spaceman" on the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album.

See also: Unoffical Homepage for The Roches.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

See also: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum.

Rolling Stones

Mossless Rock Group

See also: Yahoo's Stones Links.


Musical group featuring Phil Spector's wife, Ronnie Spector. The Ronettes recorded Harry's "Here I Sit."

Billy Rose

Songwriter ("It's Only a Paper Moon")

Diana Ross

On the 1997 An Evening with Diana Ross album, the Motown sensation performs a medley of songs from "The Point!"

Bianca Rossini

Dancer in The Point (stage)'s 1991 revival at the Chapel Court Theater in Hollywood, California.

John Rotella

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

Harry Ruby

Songwriter ("Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)")

Todd Rundgren

Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Host of The Difference radio show. Rundgren was a member of Ringo Starr's All-Starr Band during the 1992 tour when Harry joined the band on stage for one performance.

See also: "The Difference" Companion.

Leon Russell

Piano ("Foolish Clock")

See also: Leon Russell.