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Nilsson - RCA Albums CoverLong ago, far away…life was clear, close your eyes…Remember is a place from long ago, remember, filled with everything you know…remember, when you’re sad and feeling down…

When you’re sad and feeling down, a sure cure-all is the music of Harry Nilsson.  Sweet and sincere or withering and witty, Nilsson had a song for every occasion.  Even when his own vocal cords deserted him, his sure sense of songcraft never did.  Between 1967 and 1977, Nilsson recorded a remarkable series of albums for the RCA label, dissecting, celebrating and subverting every convention of the pop and rock genres.  Now, the long-rumored box set bringing together all fourteen of those RCA albums is finally here from Legacy Recordings as The RCA Albums Collection.  Even better, this comprehensive 17-CD set compiles the various bonus tracks released on past CD reissues and anthologies, throws in rare mono mixes of Nilsson’s first two albums, and adds more than 50 previously unreleased tracks.  Are you salivating yet?  The treasure chest breaks down as follows:

  1. Pandemonium Shadow Show (Mono & Stereo) (1967)
  2. Aerial Ballet (Mono & Stereo) (1968)
  3. Harry (1969)
  4. Nilsson Sings Newman (1970)
  5. The Point! (1971)
  6. Aerial Pandemonium Ballet (1971)
  7. Nilsson Schmilsson (1971)
  8. Son of Schmilsson (1972)
  9. A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night (1973)
  10. Pussy Cats (1974)
  11. Duit on Mon Dei (1975)
  12. Sandman (1976)
  13. . . . That’s The Way It Is (1976)
  14. Knnillssonn (1977)
  15. Nilsson Sessions 1967-1968
  16. Nilsson Sessions 1968-1971
  17. Nilsson Sessions 1971-1974

Remastered versions of Nilsson’s fourteen RCA solo albums (including The Point! but not Son of Dracula or Skidoo, although Harry’s unique tracks from that latter soundtrack are present) are included as CDs 1-14 of the new box set.  1967’s Pandemonium Shadow Show (with Harry’s ultimate Beatles tribute of “You Can’t Do That” plus the beautifully pensive “Without Her,” baroque “1941” and thunderous “River Deep-Mountain High”) and 1968’s Aerial Ballet (with the quirky “Good Old Desk,” vaudevillian “Daddy’s Song,” breezy “Wailing of the Willow” and immortal “Everybody’s Talkin’”) are both included in mono and stereo versions.  (Aerial Ballet even adds one previously unreleased track, a radio spot.)  Bonus tracks, either new, old or a blend of the two, are present on each and every album in the box set.  There’s a particular wealth of material on 1971’s Aerial Pandemonium Ballet, a reworked distillation of those first two albums; the Aerial Pandemonium disc here includes four Italian versions, six live-at-the-BBC tracks, plus a remix and a radio spot.  Elsewhere you’ll find alternates (Pussy Cats, Duit on Mon Dei), outtakes (Sandman) and demos (Knnillssonn).  The Knnillssonn disc also premieres four performances with Dr. John of standards like “Sweet Lorraine” and “Shuffle Off to Buffalo.”

After the jump: what else will you find on the box set?  We have more details, plus a pre-order link and a full track listing with discography!

Nilsson - RCA Albums BoxEven more treasure is to be found on the three chronologically-assembled discs entitled Nilsson Sessions (CDs 15-17).  There are demos, alternates, unreleased mixes, foreign language recordings, soundtrack performances (including those Skidoo songs) and true odds and ends, like Harry’s recording of Stephen Sondheim’s “Marry Me a Little.”  The song – also recorded but originally unreleased by Barry Manilow – was written for Sondheim’s 1970 musical Company but ultimately replaced by “Being Alive.”  “Marry Me” eventually found its way into revivals of Company, but its composer liked the song so much that he commissioned Harry to record it as a Christmas present for director/producer Hal Prince’s wife Judy.  That once-private recording is included here.  Other Sessions highlights include five demos made for The Monkees (“1941,” “Cuddly Toy,” “World,” “Signs” and “This Could Be the Night”), covers of The Coasters (“Searchin'”), The Addrisi Brothers (“She’s Just Laughing at Me”) and Procol Harum (“She Wandered Through the Garden Fence”), and a very Nilsson spoof on Richard Nixon entitled “Also Sprach Schmilsson Schmixon.”

Every side of Harry Nilsson makes an appearance on The RCA Albums Collection.  Following his departure from RCA, Nilsson only sporadically recorded.  When he did enter the studio, it was for projects like 1980’s as-yet-unreleased-in-America album Flash Harry, some soundtrack performances, cuts for tribute albums, a single from Yoko Ono’s musical New York Rock, and a still-unreleased album, portions of which have been released on a publishing promo CD.  Harry Nilsson died in 1994, aged just 52.  But if he crammed many lifetimes into his all-too-short one, he can also be said to have crammed a career’s worth of music into his ten years at RCA.    The joys and sorrows, ups and downs of that career can be found on The RCA Albums Collection.

The new box set arrives in stores on July 30 from Legacy Recordings, and follows the July 18 release from Oxford University Press of the first full-length biography of the artist, Alyn Shipton’s Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter.  You can pre-order below!

Nilsson, The RCA Albums Collection (RCA/Legacy 88697 91550-2, 2013) (Amazon U.K.)

Disc 1: Pandemonium Shadow Show (originally released as RCA Victor LSP/LPM 3874, 1967)

  1. Ten Little Indians
  2. 1941
  3. Cuddly Toy
  4. She Sang Hymns Out of Tune
  5. You Can’t Do That
  6. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend
  7. She’s Leaving Home
  8. There Will Never Be
  9. Without Her
  10. Freckles
  11. It’s Been So Long
  12. River Deep – Mountain High
  13. Ten Little Indians
  14. 1941
  15. Cuddly Toy
  16. She Sang Hymns Out of Tune
  17. You Can’t Do That
  18. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend
  19. She’s Leaving Home
  20. There Will Never Be
  21. Without Her
  22. Freckles
  23. It’s Been So Long
  24. River Deep – Mountain High

Tracks 1-12 in stereo. Tracks 13-24 in mono. **

Disc 2: Aerial Ballet (originally released as RCA Victor LSP/LPM 3956, 1968)

  1. Daddy’s Song
  2. Good Old Desk
  3. Don’t Leave Me
  4. Mr. Richland’s Favorite Song
  5. Little Cowboy
  6. Together
  7. Everybody’s Talkin’
  8. I Said Goodbye to Me
  9. Little Cowboy
  10. Mr. Tinker
  11. One
  12. The Wailing of the Willow
  13. Bath
  14. Daddy’s Song
  15. Good Old Desk
  16. Don’t Leave Me
  17. Mr. Richland’s Favorite Song
  18. Little Cowboy
  19. Together
  20. Everybody’s Talkin’
  21. I Said Goodbye to Me
  22. Little Cowboy
  23. Mr. Tinker
  24. One
  25. The Wailing of the Willow
  26. Bath
  27. Aerial Ballet Radio Spot *

Tracks 1-13 in stereo. Tracks 14-26 in mono. **

Disc 3: Harry (originally released as RCA Victor LSP 4197, 1968)

  1. The Puppy Song
  2. Nobody Cares About the Railroads Anymore
  3. Open Your Window
  4. Mother Nature’s Son
  5. Fairfax Rag
  6. City Life
  7. Mournin’ Glory Story
  8. Maybe
  9. Marchin’ Down Broadway
  10. I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City
  11. Rainmaker
  12. Mr. Bojangles
  13. Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear
  14. I Will Take You There (Single Mix) (RCA Victor single A-side 47-9675, 1968)
  15. Waiting (from the Motion Picture Jenny) (RCA Victor single 74-0310, 1969)
  16. Rainmaker (Single Mix) (RCA Victor single B-side 47-9675, 1968)
  17. Mournin’ Glory Story (Single Mix) (RCA Victor single 1765 (U.K.), 1969) **
  18. Garbage Can Ballet (Alternate Version) *
  19. Harry Radio Spot *
  20. Voices of Vista Radio Spots *

Disc 4: Nilsson Sings Newman (originally released as RCA Victor LSP 4289, 1970)

  1. Vine St.
  2. Love Story
  3. Yellow Man
  4. Caroline
  5. Cowboy
  6. The Beehive State
  7. I’ll Be Home
  8. Living Without You
  9. Dayton, Ohio 1903
  10. So Long Dad
  11. Snow
  12. Love Story (Alternate)
  13. Cowboy (Alternate)
  14. I’ll Be Home (Alternate)
  15. Living Without You (Alternate)

Tracks 11-15 released on Buddha Records CD 74465 99703-2, 2000

Disc 5: The Point! (originally released as RCA Victor LSPX-1003, 1971)

  1. Everything’s Got ‘Em
  2. The Town (Narration)
  3. Me and My Arrow
  4. The Game (Narration)
  5. Poli High
  6. The Trial & Banishment (Narration)
  7. Think About Your Troubles
  8. The Pointed Man (Narration)
  9. Life Line
  10. The Birds (Narration)
  11. P.O.V. Waltz
  12. The Clearing in the Woods (Narration)
  13. Are You Sleeping?
  14. Oblio’s Return (Narration)
  15. Think About Your Troubles (Alternate)
  16. Life Line (Alternate)
  17. Down to the Valley (Alternate Mix with Extended Ending)
  18. I’ll Never Leave You
  19. The Point Travel Brochure Radio Spot with Bill Martin

Tracks 15-18 released on BMG Heritage CD 08763 65128-2, 2000

Disc 6: Aerial Pandemonium Ballet (originally released as RCA Victor LSP 4543, 1971)

  1. Introduction
  2. 1941 (Slowed Down Track & Remixed)
  3. Daddy’s Song (New Vocal, Guitar/Piano Out of Sync)
  4. Mr. Richland’s Favorite Song (New Background Vocal)
  5. Good Old Desk (Slowed Down Track & Remixed)
  6. Everybody’s Talkin’ (Dumped Second Voice & Remixed)
  7. Bath (Re-EQ’d)
  8. River Deep – Mountain High (New Vocal/Remix)
  9. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend (Remix)
  10. Don’t Leave Me (Remix)
  11. Without Her (New Vocal/Remix)
  12. Together (New Vocal/Edited Bridge/Remix)
  13. One (Remix)
  14. Closing
  15. You Can’t Do That (Remix) (from Buddha Records CD 74465 99704-2, 2000)
  16. It’s Been So Long (Italian Version) *
  17. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend (Italian Version) *
  18. Without Her (Italian Version) *
  19. Cuddly Toy (Italian Version) *
  20. You Can’t Do That (Italian Version) *
  21. Introduction by Brian Matthew  (Live on BBC’s Saturday Club – 11/5/1968) *
  22. 1941 (Live on BBC’s Saturday Club – 11/5/1968) *
  23. Mr. Richland’s Favorite Song (Live on BBC’s Saturday Club – 11/5/1968) *
  24. Interview with Brian Matthew (Live on BBC’s Saturday Club – 11/5/1968) *
  25. Together (Live on BBC’s Saturday Club – 11/5/1968) *
  26. Good Old Desk (Live on BBC’s Saturday Club – 11/5/1968) *
  27. Aerial Pandemonium Ballet Radio Spot *

Disc 7: Nilsson Schmilsson (originally released as RCA Victor LSP 4515, 1971)

  1. Gotta Get Up
  2. Driving Along
  3. Early in the Morning
  4. The Moonbeam Song
  5. Down
  6. Without You
  7. Coconut
  8. Let the Good Times Roll
  9. Jump Into the Fire
  10. I’ll Never Leave You
  11. Si No Estas Tu (“Without You” Spanish Version) (from RCA Victor Spanish single 3-10693, 1971)
  12. How Can I Be Sure of You
  13. The Moonbeam Song (Demo)
  14. Lamaze
  15. Old Forgotten Soldier (Demo)
  16. Gotta Get Up (Alternate)
  17. Nilsson Schmilsson Radio Spots

Tracks 12-17 released on RCA/BMG Heritage CD 82876 57265-2, 2004

Disc 8: Son of Schmilsson (originally released as RCA Victor LSP 4717, 1972)

  1. Take 54
  2. Remember (Christmas)
  3. Joy
  4. Turn On Your Radio
  5. You’re Breakin’ My Heart
  6. Spaceman
  7. The Lottery Song
  8. At My Front Door
  9. Ambush
  10. I’d Rather Be Dead
  11. The Most Beautiful World in the World
  12. What’s Your Sign?
  13. Take 54 (Alternate)
  14. Campo de Encino
  15. Daybreak (Single Version) (RCA Victor single A-side APBO-0246, 1973)
  16. It Had to Be You/I’d Rather Be Dead
  17. Son of Schmilsson Radio Spot *

Tracks 12-14 and 16 released on RCA/Legacy CD 82876 78249-2, 2006

Disc 9: A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night (originally released as RCA Victor APL1-0097, 1973)

  1. Lazy Moon
  2. For Me and My Gal
  3. It Had to Be You
  4. Always
  5. Makin’ Whoopee!
  6. You Made Me Love You (I Didn’t Want To)
  7. Lullaby in Ragtime
  8. I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now
  9. What’ll I Do
  10. Nevertheless (I’m in Love with You)
  11. This is All I Ask
  12. As Time Goes By
  13. I’m Always Chasing Rainbows
  14. Make Believe
  15. Trust in Me
  16. It’s Only a Paper Moon
  17. Thanks for the Memory
  18. Over the Rainbow

Tracks 13-18 from RCA/Legacy CD 82876 78428-2, 2006

Disc 10: Pussy Cats (originally released as RCA Victor CPL1-0570, 1974)

  1. Many Rivers to Cross
  2. Subterranean Homesick Blues
  3. Don’t Forget Me
  4. All My Life
  5. Old Forgotten Soldier
  6. Save the Last Dance for Me
  7. Mucho Mungo/Mt. Elga
  8. Loop De Loop
  9. Black Sails
  10. Rock Around the Clock
  11. Down by the Sea
  12. The Flying Saucer Song
  13. Turn Out the Light
  14. Save the Last Dance for Me (Alternate)
  15. Don’t Forget Me (Alternate) *
  16. Black Sails (Alternate) *
  17. Pussy Cats Radio Spots with Eddie Lawrence *

Tracks 11-14 released on Buddha Records CD 74465 99815-2, 1999

Disc 11: Duit on Mon Dei (originally released as RCA APL1-0817, 1975)

  1. Jesus Christ You’re Tall
  2. It’s a Jungle Out There
  3. Down by the Sea
  4. Kojak Columbo
  5. Easier for Me
  6. Turn Out the Light
  7. Salmon Falls
  8. Puget Sound
  9. What’s Your Sign
  10. Home
  11. Good for God
  12. Goin’ Down (Alternate) *

Disc 12: Sandman (originally released as RCA Victor APL1-1031, 1976)

  1. I’ll Take a Tango
  2. Something True
  3. Pretty Soon There’ll Be Nothing Left for Everybody
  4. The Ivy Covered Walls
  5. Thursday (Here’s Why I Did Not Go to Work Today)
  6. The Flying Saucer Song
  7. How to Write a Song
  8. Jesus Christ You’re Tall
  9. Will She Miss Me
  10. A Tree Out in the Yard (Central Park) *

Disc 13: …That’s the Way It Is (originally released as RCA Victor APL1-1119, 1976)

  1. That is All
  2. Just One Look/Baby I’m Yours
  3. Moonshine Bandit
  4. I Need You
  5. A Thousand Miles Away
  6. Sail Away
  7. She Sits Down on Me
  8. Daylight Has Caught Me
  9. Zombie Jamboree (Back to Back)
  10. That is All (Reprise)
  11. …That’s the Way It Is Radio Spot *

Disc 14: Knnillssonn (originally released as RCA Victor AFL1-2276, 1977)

  1. All I Think About is You
  2. I Never Thought I’d Get This Lonely
  3. Who Done It?
  4. Lean on Me
  5. Goin’ Down
  6. Old Bones
  7. Sweet Surrender
  8. Blanket for a Sail
  9. Laughin’ Man
  10. Perfect Day
  11. Ain’t It Kinda Wonderful (from The World’s Greatest Lover, a Twentieth Century-Fox Picture) (from RCA Red Seal LP ABL1-2709, 1978)
  12. Sweet Lorraine (with Dr. John) *
  13. Shuffle Off to Buffalo (with Dr. John) *
  14. Ballin’ the Jack (with Dr. John) *
  15. All I Think About is You (Demo – with Dr. John) *
  16. Knnillssonn Radio Spot *

Disc 15: Nilsson Sessions 1967-1968

  1. 1941 (Demo) *
  2. World (Demo) *
  3. Signs (Demo) *
  4. Cuddly Toy (Demo) *
  5. This Could Be the Night (Demo) (from Perfect Day – The Songs of Harry Nilsson 1971-1993 – Retro Active promo #RA-006, 2006) 
  6. As I Wander Lonely (from Personal Best: The Harry Nilsson Anthology – RCA CD 07863 66354 2, 1995)
  7. The Family *
  8. Miss Butters’ Lament (from Personal Best: The Harry Nilsson Anthology – RCA CD 07863 66354 2, 1995)
  9. Mr. Tinker (Alternate) *
  10. Leggenda (from RCA Victor Italian single N 1658, 1968) **
  11. Sister Marie (Unreleased Stereo Remix) (original mono mix from RCA Victor single 47-9462, 1968)
  12. She Wandered Through the Garden Fence *
  13. One (Alternate) *
  14. I Said Goodbye to Me (Alternate) *
  15. Searchin’ *
  16. She’s Just Laughing at Me *
  17. Together (Alternate) *
  18. Bath (Alternate) *

Disc 16: Nilsson Sessions 1968-1971

  1. You Are Here *
  2. The Cast and Crew (from Skidoo – Original Soundtrack Recording – RCA Victor LSO-1152, 1968)
  3. Garbage Can Ballet (from Skidoo – Original Soundtrack Recording – RCA Victor LSO-1152, 1968)
  4. I Will Take You There (from Skidoo – Original Soundtrack Recording – RCA Victor LSO-1152, 1968)
  5. Girlfriend (from Personal Best: The Harry Nilsson Anthology – RCA CD 07863 66354 2, 1995)
  6. Wasting My Time (Alternate Mix) (original mix from Personal Best: The Harry Nilsson Anthology – RCA CD 07863 66354 2, 1995)
  7. Rainmaker (Alternate) *
  8. Open Your Window (Alternate) *
  9. Postcard *
  10. Think About Your Troubles (Alternate) *
  11. Marry Me a Little *
  12. Ballin’ the Jack *
  13. Gotta Get Up (Demo) *
  14. Down to the Valley (Single Mix) (RCA Victor single A-side 74-0362, 1970)
  15. Buy My Album (Single Mix) (RCA Victor single A-side 74-0362, 1970)
  16. Joy (Alternate) (from Aerial Pandemonium Ballet – Buddha Records CD 74465 99704-2, 2000)
  17. Blackbird *
  18. Paradise *
  19. Lucille *
  20. Early in the Morning (Alternate) (from Aerial Pandemonium Ballet – Buddha Records CD 74465 99704-2, 2000)

Disc 17: Nilsson Sessions 1971-1974

  1. Walk Right Back (from Aerial Pandemonium Ballet – Buddha Records CD 74465 99704-2, 2000)
  2. Jump Into the Fire (Alternate) *
  3. Isolation (from Aerial Pandemonium Ballet – Buddha Records CD 74465 99704-2, 2000)
  4. Without You (Demo)
  5. Driving Along (Demo)
  6. Gotta Get Up (Demo)
  7. Coconut (Demo)
  8. Old Forgotten Soldier (Alternate Demo)
  9. Down (Demo)
  10. The Moonbeam Song (Demo)
  11. Jump Into the Fire (Single Version) (RCA Victor single A-side 74-0673, 1972)
  12. Per Chi (“Without You” Italian Version) (from RCA Victor single N 1658 (IT), 1972) **
  13. Joy (Guitar Demo)
  14. Joy (Piano Demo)
  15. You Made Me Love You (I Didn’t Want To) (Alternate)
  16. Lullaby in Ragtime (Alternate)
  17. Alway (Alternate)
  18. It Had to Be You (Alternate)
  19. I Want You to Sit on My Face *
  20. A Souvenir: Also Sprach Schmilsson Schmixon *

Tracks 4-10 from Nilsson Schmilsson – Camden Deluxe CD 74321 75742-2 (U.K.), 2000
Tracks 13-14 from Son of Schmilsson – Camden Deluxe CD 74321 75746-2 (U.K.), 2000
Tracks 15-18 from A Touch More Schmilsson in the Night – BMG PD 90251, 1988

* denotes previously unreleased track
** denotes track previously unreleased on CD

Written by Joe Marchese

May 14, 2013 at 11:10

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  1. YES PLEASE! So great!

    Bradley James

    May 14, 2013 at 15:59

  2. Interested to hear how the mastering on this set compares to the 2007 Japan mini-sleeves, which were awesome. Also, still no “Son Of Dracula” OST, which was also an RCA release, in this set. Must be tied up in some kind of legal limbo, as it too was scheduled for the 2007 Japan set, but cancelled before it streeted.


    May 14, 2013 at 20:07

  3. I’m pretty excited about this, and delighted to finally see the tracklisting. A few things seem to be missing from previous CDs covering the RCA years:

    1) The original theme song “Best Friend” from The Courtship Of Eddie’s Father, which did appear on a promo-only CD via Harry’s publishing company, Warner/Chappell Music (with boxy sound, and it’s only a minute long.) “Girlfriend” is essentially the same tune, with altered lyrics, and it’s included.

    2) “Fill” – a funny thirty-sedond spoken word piece. This was a bonus track on the UK reissue of Harry’s first three RCA albums, and as a hidden track after “Walk Right Back” on the US “Aerial Pandemonium Ballet” CD. So maybe it’ll show up as a “secret track.”

    3) One version of “Sister Marie,” since it appears there’s a mono version and a stereo remix, but only one is included here.

    4) It looks like it’s missing the “It Is He Who Will Be King” intro on “Daybreak,” which was included on “Personal Best” – though this is film dialogue and not really part of Harry’s canon.

    That’s not bad – only one real song, a thirty-second filler, an alternate version and some movie dialogue.


    May 14, 2013 at 22:40

    • Don’t forget about the single mix of “Joy” which features an extra grunt and has oooo-ing in place of the spoken “good/bad, good/bad” section. It can be heard on Everybody’s Talkin’: The Very Best of Harry Nilsson (1997 European comp).


      May 25, 2013 at 05:41

  4. “Also, still no “Son Of Dracula” OST, which was also an RCA release, in this set.”

    True, but all the actual Nilsson songs from the soundtrack are included, though apparently without bridging dialogue, which isn’t any big deal.


    May 15, 2013 at 00:03

    • “without bridging dialogue” means it is better


      May 15, 2013 at 08:10

  5. It’s been a long wait. So thrilled with this news. Looks like Andrew et all got Dean Torrence to spin his Kittyhawk magic with the packaging. Anyone know for certain? Hooray for Harry!

    Sean Anglum

    May 15, 2013 at 23:37

    • Steve Stanley, of the wonderful Now Sounds label (and numerous other projects such as Rhino Handmade’s Monkees box sets) has designed the fab cover artwork and other elements of the Nilsson box. I second that hooray!

      Joe Marchese

      May 16, 2013 at 00:56

      • We love Steve Stanley’s graphix work, as well. I hope Andrew gives a tip of the Nilsson House hat to Kittyhawk in the accompanying book, tho’. Dean was instrumental in giving Harry’s aural work a visual presence…I’m so excited that this project has come to fruition, at long last. Readers and listeners can get a cool sneak preview of this project on the recently birthed “Essential Nilsson.” Thanks again to all involved!

        Sean Anglum

        May 16, 2013 at 10:48

  6. This is such great news!
    It’s good to see that the label is honouring and remembering this great artist, one of the greatest singer/songwiters ever actually, with a proper, comprehensive reissue (beside the usual, underwhelming “essential” collection).

    And note that the pre-order from U.K. is quite cheap, actually less than half of the U.S. sister company, exchange rate considered!


    May 16, 2013 at 11:22

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