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Tainted Woman

Writer: Harry Nilsson
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An unfinished demo which Harry recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions.



Take 54

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: EMI Blackwood Music
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Take This Heart

Writer: Scott Turner / John Marascalco
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Recorded: 1962
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Tante To En Ome Koen

Writer: Harry Nilsson / George Groot
Publisher: Unichappell Music / Six Continents Music
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Tears Dry

Writer: Yoko Ono
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Harry's version has not been released. One of the Harry Does Yoko songs.

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Ten Little Indians

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: Unichappell Music / Six Continents Music
Recorded: June 14, 1967
Producer: Rick Jarrard
Arranger: George Tipton
"Ten Little Indians" from Pandemonium Shadow Show is the Ten Commandments set to music. Also available on the Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology collection.

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Thank Heaven for Kathy

Writer: Scott Turner / Harry Nilsson
Publisher: Ridgetop Music
Recorded: 1962
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Thanks for the Memories

Writer: Ralph Rainger / Leo Robin
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That Is All

Writer: George Harrison
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Producer: Trevor Lawrence
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Theme From Courtship Of Eddie's Father

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: Warner-Tamerlane Hastings Catalog, Inc. / Unichappell Music / Six Continents Music
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Harry wrote and sang "Best Friend", the theme song for the TV show "The Courtship of Eddie's Father."



There Will Never Be

Writer: Perry Botkin / Gil Garfield
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Recorded: 1967
Producer: Rick Jarrard
Arranger: George Tipton

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There's Gotta Be a Girl

Writer: Scott Turner / John Marascalco
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Think About Your Troubles

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: EMI Blackwood Music / Unichappell Music / Six Continents Music
Recorded: December 16, 1969
Producer: Nilsson
Arranger: George Tipton
Harry conceived the story of The Point while writing "Think About Your Troubles". According to Allen Zentz, Harry said that songs often came to him as visions - as if they were movies or cartoons.

Peggy Lee and Sam Brown each covered "Think About Your Troubles".

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This Could Be The Night

Writer: Harry Nilsson / Phil Spector
Publisher: ABKCO Music / Mother Bertha Music
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In 1964, Harry began a short association with famed producer, Phil Spector. The association resulted in three songs: "This Could Be The Night," recorded by the Modern Folk Quartet, and the Ronettes numbers "Paradise" and "Here I Sit." The Modern Folk Quartet's version of "This Could Be The Night" was not released at the time. It can now be heard on the Spector boxed set, Back to Mono.

The song is a favorite of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson who recorded it for the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album.

During the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions Harry recorded a version of the song with two additional verses.

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This Is All I Ask

Writer: Gordon Jenkins
Publisher: TRO Essex
Recorded: March 15-22, 1973
Producer: Derek Taylor
Arranger: Gordon Jenkins

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This Means War

Writer: Harry Nilsson / Perry Botkin
Publisher: Golden Syrup Music
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From the play Zapata!.



A Thousand Miles Away

Writer: James Sheppard / William Miller
Publisher: Nom Music
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Producer: Trevor Lawrence
Arranger: Trevor Lawrence

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To The Little Guy

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Together

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: Unichappell Music / Six Continents Music
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Harry sang backing vocals for Keith Moon's cover of "Together".

Sandie Shaw also recorded a version of "Together".

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Tonight Song

Writer: Harry Nilsson
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Harry recorded this song as a possible new theme song for The Tonight Show starring Jay Leno.



Tony's Trip

Writer: Harry Nilsson
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Producer: Rick Jarrard
Arranger: George Tipton
From the Skidoo soundtrack.

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Too Many Cooks

Writer: Willie Dixon
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Recorded: 1974
Producer: John Lennon
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Between March and May 1974, John Lennon was at Record Plant West and Burbank Studios in Los Angeles, where he was producing and mixing Harry's Pussy Cats. At the same time Lennon produced a number of all-star jam sessions. At one of these sessions he produced Mick Jagger's recording of "Too Many Cooks" with Harry singing backing vocals..

Engineer: Roy Cicala
Vocals: Mick Jagger
Guitar: Jesse Ed Davis
Guitar: Danny Kortchmar
Keyboards: Al Kooper
Drums: Jim Keltner
Saxophone: Bobby Keyes
Saxophone: Trevor Lawrence
Bass: Jack Bruce
Backing Vocals: Harry Nilsson



The Town (Narration)

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Narration from the album, The Point.

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Toy Boat

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Harry's version has not been released. One of the Harry Does Yoko songs.

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Travelin' Man

Writer: Harry Nilsson / Scott Turner
Publisher: New Christy Music Publishing Co.
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This song was recorded by the New Christy Minstrels and by Slim Whitman.



The Tree

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: Unichappell Music / Six Continents Music
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Producer: Rick Jarrard
Arranger: George Tipton
From the Skidoo soundtrack.

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The Trial and Banishment (Narration)

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Narration from the album, The Point.

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Trust In Me

Writer: Ned Wever / Jean Schwartz / Milton Ager
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Harry originally recorded "Trust In Me" for A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night, but it was not included on the album.

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Turn On Your Radio

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: EMI Blackwood Music
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Producer: Richard Perry
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Horns arranged by Kirby Johnson.

Marc Cohn recorded "Turn On Your Radio" for the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album. His version is a medley with John Lennon's "I've Got a Feeling" - "'I was just subconsciously thinking about Harry's connection to John Lennon, because they were such good friends. I just started singing these Lennon lyrics. I like it because it connects the two of them musically.''

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Turn Out The Lights

Writer: Harry Nilsson
Publisher: EMI Blackwood Music
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245 Lb. Man

Writer: Harry Nilsson
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One of the tracks recorded during the Papa's Got a Brown New Robe sessions. Jessica Silverstein sings backup and double lead vocals.




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