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22 minutes | Nov 22, 2019
#4: Cut To An Old Man, Thinking 'bout His Life Span
He sang about love and death — sometimes in the same song — up until the very end. Harry Nilsson, says one friend, had a boxing problem with God.Harry's final album, "Losst And Founnd" on Omnivore Recordings, is now available everywhere. Listen to it, as well as a bunch of songs that inspired this episode, here.
20 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
#3: You've Had a Buckeroo Day
In 1967, as he was recording his first album, Harry Nilsson made a startling discovery: the father he thought killed in World War II was still alive. His music dreamed of a different childhood, but he may have had to stop making it to make those dreams real."Losst And Founnd" comes out November 22nd on Omnivore Recordings.Enjoy our exclusive companion playlist to this episode here.
25 minutes | Nov 8, 2019
#2: There's No More Yesterday
John Lennon and Paul McCartney declared Harry Nilsson their favorite artist and invited him to London during the recording of the White Album. He wrote and recorded with all four Beatles, but he worshipped John Lennon, whose death would reshape Harry’s life."Losst And Founnd" comes out November 22nd on Omnivore Recordings.Enjoy our exclusive companion playlist to this episode here.
27 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
#1: Rescuing The Rescue Boy
Harry Nilsson was one of the greatest singers and songwriters of the 1970s, but by the time of his death in 1994 he hadn’t released an album for more than a decade. What happened? And how did the recordings he was making — up until two days before his death — go unheard for 25 years?Harry's final album, "Losst And Founnd," comes out November 22nd on Omnivore Recordings.Enjoy our exclusive companion playlist to this episode here.
2 minutes | Oct 27, 2019
A preview of Final Sessions, season 1, centered on Harry Nilsson's "Losst And Founnd."
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