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Fairfax Rag

Writer: Bill Martin
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Producer: Nilsson House
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The Family

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: Unichappell Music / Six Continents Music
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First Impressions Main Theme

Writer: Joey Carbone / George Doering / Leslie Greif / Harry Nilsson
Publisher: Musicways Inc.
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The Flying Saucer Song

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: Blackwood Music
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Producer: Harry Nilsson for Nilsson House
Arranger: The Band
The main voices are Nilsson using three distinct voice inflections and the gruff background vocals are provided by Joe Cocker, whose coarse delivery is similiar to Nilsson's. "I don't think there's that much of a similarity," says Harry, "It's just that we both can occasionally muster up a brandy tone. We're whiskey-throated tenors. The Orson Welles type of guy from Citizen Kane."

"The Flying Saucer Song" was written for, and originally recorded, during the Pussy Cats sessions but wasn't released until Sandman.

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Foolish Clock

Writer: Scott Turner / Audie Murphy
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Recorded: 1962
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Guitar: James Burton
Piano: Leon Russell
Harmonica: Herb Alpert

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For Me And My Gal

Writer: E. Leslie / E. R. Goetz / G. W. Meyer
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Recorded: March 15-22, 1973
Producer: Derek Taylor
Arranger: Gordon Jenkins

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Frankenstein, Merlin & The Operation

Writer: Jay Fairbank
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A bit of dialogue from the Son of Dracula soundtrack.

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Freckles

Writer: Cliff Hess / Howard Johnson / Milton Ager
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Recorded: 1967
Producer: Rick Jarrard
Arranger: Perry Botkin
A song written in the early 1900's, Harry's mother used to sing it to him when he was young.

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