Harry is the fourth studio album by Harry Nilsson, released August 1969 on RCA. It was his first album to get onto Billboard Magazine's Billboard 200 chart, remaining there for 15 weeks and reaching Harry features jazz saxophonist Tom Scott, pianist Mike Melvoin, flutist Jim Horn, session drummer Jim Gordon, Larry Knechtel on bass, and David Cohen and Howard Roberts on guitars.
Just one look (Oh, baby) Was all it took (Yeah, baby) I fell so hard (Oo-oo, did you, baby?) It felt so good (Oh, baby, take me, try to talk to me) I looked down inside (And let me know how you feel) Know what I saw? (Now, baby) I could see you holding (Oo-oo) In you soul my love's all (Oh, do you really?) It's just one look (I wanna know, you know what?) You're so fine (You said to me, you said to me) I found out (I wanna know, oh baby) I'll tell you in a minute, hah (What you doin' to me) Will you be mine? (Run to me) It's just one look, forever (Oh, oh) I seen.
Just one look that’s all it took, yeah Just one look that’s all it took, yeah Just one look And I felt so I, I, I’m in love with you, oh, oh I found out how good it feels to have your love, oh oh Say you will, will be mine forever and always, oh oh Just one look and. I knew that you were my only one, oh, oh I thought I was dreamin’ but I was wrong, yeah, yeah, yeah Oh, but I’m gonna keep on schemin’ ‘Till I can make you, make you my own So you see I really care without you I’m nothing, oh, oh Just one look and I know I’ll get you some.
Part 3 of Harry's BBC TV special from 1971, "The Music of Nilsson Harry Nilsson. 12 June at 16:36 ·. To celebrate Harry’s birthday on the 15th, everything in the official Nilsson shop is 15% off this week with code BIRTHDAY.
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Produced by Rick Jarrard. It's just no good anymore since you went away Now I spend my time just making rhymes of yesterday. Because one is the loneliest number that you'll ever do One is the loneliest number that you'll ever know One is the loneliest number One is the loneliest number One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do. One is the loneliest number, much, much worse than two One is the number divided by two One One is the loneliest number. After trying to call somebody several times, Harry Nilsson was sitting while on the phone listening to a busy signal. This was when he was inspired to write One, a song best-known for its cover versions – most notably Three Dog Night’s top 5 rendition.
Harry Nilsson had a hit, a Grammy, and critical success, yet he still didn't have a genuine blockbuster to his name when it came time to finally deliver a full-fledged follow-up to Nilsson Sings Newman, so he decided it was time to make that unabashed, mainstream pop/rock album. Hiring Barbra Streisand producer Richard Perry as a collaborator, Nilsson made a streamlined, slightly domesticated, unashamed set of mature pop/rock, with a slight twist
Harry Nilsson was both one of the most famous singer-songwriters of the nineteen-seventies and one of the most obscure. He had three top-ten hits ( Everybody’s Talkin, Without You, and Coconut ), wrote songs that became massive successes for other artists ( One, which Three Dog Night took to No. 5), and recorded albums filled with stylistically innovative, intricately arranged pop hits. As the seventies went on, he continued to record regularly, but with less commercial success; his albums, defiantly idiosyncratic, established him as a beloved cult performer. Just One Look, Baby I’m Yours (1976). It’s hard to say that any Nilsson album is his worst-it all depends on your tolerance for drunken hijinks and sprezzatura. If you had to pick one, you’d probably pic. hat’s The Way It Is, from June, 1976, his second album of the year, after Sandman.