The profound musical gifts of Harry Nilsson are on full display in THE RCA ALBUMS COLLECTION. This deluxe 17-CD box set, available now, presents Nilsson’s definitive 14 U.S. albums from RCA. Bonus material on those albums add up to 65 tracks, of which 26 are previously unreleased. Adding to the box set’s historical provenance are three newly-compiled CDs containing 58 tracks, of which an additional 29 tracks are previously unreleased.
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Harry Nilsson’s songwriting and multi-octave singing voice branded him as a rock music icon, but there was so much more to his story. He had a larger-than-life persona, a history of ribald adventures, famous friends, and anread more
From the Austin Chronicle: For the fanatic, 55 previously unreleased tracks are a gold mine. Collected here is the bulk of Nilsson’s recorded history, 14 studio albums from 1967 to 1977. … All the studio LPs areread more
Congratulations to “JuelleQ” on the winning entry in our Creative Allies design contest inspired by Harry Nilsson. So many wonderful submissions, thank you all for participating! See more great entries from the contest here: http://bit.ly/15ZSDZnread more
In a recent piece in The Huffington Post U.K., biographer Alyn Shipton covers Harry Nilsson and writing the new book Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter, in stores now: Born into a large boisterous Irish-American Brooklyn family,read more
Alyn Shipton’s biography of Harry Nilsson, Nilsson: The Life of a Singer-Songwriter, is BBC Radio 4’s Book of the Week! Be sure to tune in to Episode 1 from the book on Monday, August 26 at BBC.co.uk.read more