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Harry Nilsson - Without You 1972 (rare acoustic version, apparently, I had not heard this version)

Harry Nilsson - Without You 1972 (rare acoustic version, apparently, I had not heard this version)

Google Image Result for http://coolalbumreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Nilsson-Schmilsson.jpg

Google Image Result for http://coolalbumreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Nilsson-Schmilsson.jpg

Harry Nilsson – Free listening, videos, concerts, stats, & pictures at Last.fm

Harry Nilsson – Free listening, videos, concerts, stats, & pictures at Last.fm

John Lennon and Harry Nilsson who was called the 5th Beatle . . .

John Lennon and Harry Nilsson who was called the 5th Beatle . . .

John Lennon, Anne Murray, Harry Nilsson, Alice Cooper and Mickey Dolenz whoop it up at the Troubadour.

John Lennon, Anne Murray, Harry Nilsson, Alice Cooper and Mickey Dolenz whoop it up at the Troubadour.

Harry Nilsson - 01 - Daddy's Song (by EarpJohn)

Harry Nilsson - 01 - Daddy's Song (by EarpJohn)

#HarryNilsson at the #piano for this demo... but on the single version, its actually #GaryWright (Dream Weaver) who is actually playing the piano.

#HarryNilsson at the #piano for this demo... but on the single version, its actually #GaryWright (Dream Weaver) who is actually playing the piano.

Harry Nilsson - Coconut (1971) (you put the lime in the coconut and shake it all up)

Harry Nilsson - Coconut (1971) (you put the lime in the coconut and shake it all up)

Harry Nilsson - Without You 1972 (HD) - YouTube

Harry Nilsson - Without You 1972 (HD) - YouTube

Harry Nilsson - The Essential Harry Nilsson

Harry Nilsson - The Essential Harry Nilsson

"Coconut" is a song written and first recorded by American singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson, released as the third single from his 1971 album, Nilsson Schmilsson. It was on the Billboard charts for 10 weeks, reaching no.8, and was ranked by Billboard as the no.66 song for 1972.

"Coconut" is a song written and first recorded by American singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson, released as the third single from his 1971 album, Nilsson Schmilsson. It was on the Billboard charts for 10 weeks, reaching no.8, and was ranked by Billboard as the no.66 song for 1972.

The Deaths of Mama Cass and Keith Moon at Harry Nilsson's Mayfair Flat - Flashbak

The Deaths of Mama Cass and Keith Moon at Harry Nilsson's Mayfair Flat - Flashbak