harry nilsson Archive

What Was ‘Losst’ is Now ‘Founnd’: A New Harry Nilsson Album (Part 3)

Continued from Part Two … Harry Nilsson always had definite ideas about how his songs should sound. Even a listen to the piano-and-vocal demo recording of “Without You” from 1971 shows that from the start, he knew where he wanted to take the song’s arrangement. And for the posthumous Losst and Founnd project, efforts were

What Was ‘Losst’ is Now ‘Founnd’: A New Harry Nilsson Album (Part 2)

Continued from Part One … Though a number of posthumous releases followed Nilsson’s death (including several CDs’ worth of previously unreleased session material), Harry’s final project remained unfinished and largely unheard. Nearly a quarter century would pass before Hudson – with the support and cooperation of Nilsson’s estate, Hudson and Grammy-winning label Omnivore Recordings –

What Was ‘Losst’ is Now ‘Founnd’: A New Harry Nilsson Album (Part 1)

Featuring an idiosyncratically spelled title that evokes memories of his 1977 LP Knnillssonn, singer and songwriter Harry Nilsson has returned with Losst and Founnd, his first album of new music in 40 years. That’s an amazing feat for a man who passed away in 1994, but it’s in keeping with his unpredictable nature. Harry Nilsson

Capsule DVD Reviews, January 2015 Part 2

Picking up where I left off yesterday, here are four more brief DVD reviews. Rockin’ the Wall Most people will agree that the communist regimes that ruled on the other side of the so-called Iron Curtain were repressive. What they may or may not agree on is the contention of this film: the manner in