Harry Nilsson - Flash Harry download album
Harry Nilsson's final studio album came out in 1980
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Flash Harry is the fifteenth studio album by Harry Nilsson. Originally the album was not given a worldwide release and was only issued in the . Japan, Germany, France, Spain, The Netherlands, Australia, and Scandinavia. It was not issued in the United States until August 2013. Upon release it received little promotion from Mercury, with no proper single from the album.
I Don't Need You. Written-By – Christian. Flash Harry (LP, Album). 6302 022. Netherlands. 63 02 022 146, 63 02 022. Harry Nilsson.
Flash Harry is the sixteenth and final album by Harry Nilsson. Originally released only in the . and Japan, it was not issued in the United States until August 2013. The album features Nilsson's own recording of "Old Dirt Road", co-written and performed with John Lennon on Lennon's album Walls and Bridges (1974), Lennon's last album of original songs before his six-year hiatus. Shortly after the release of this album, Nilsson retired from recording. Harry" (Eric Idle) – 2:22 (this track produced by Eric Idle, Trevor Jones, and Andre Jacquemin and sung by Eric Idle and Charlie Dore). Cheek to Cheek" (Lowell George, Van Dyke Parks, Martin Fydor Kibbee) – 2:30. Best Move" (Nilsson, Parks, Michael Hazlewood) – 4:04. Old Dirt Road" (Nilsson, John Lennon) – 4:26. I Don't Need You" (Rick L. Christian) – 3:49.
Eric Idle & Charlie Dore. Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology. The Essential Nilsson. That's the Way It Is. 1976.
Artists Harry Nilsson Flash Harry. Flash Harry Harry Nilsson. This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 71/139 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Flash Harry.
After what should have been his comeback record, Knnillssonn, underperformed in 1977, Harry blamed RCA and began maneuvering to leave his longtime label. He did, recording Flash Harry for Mercury Records, who inexplicably released it only in (and around) the UK and Japan. Musically, it’s not unlike some of Harry’s mid-70s work, with somewhat groovier results. Though he lived another 14 years and was involved in many musical side projects, Harry Nilsson never released another album after Flash Harry. Track listing: Harry (by Eric Idle & Charlie Dore) (Idle) Cheek To Cheek (George/Parks/Kibbee) Best Move (ood) Old Dirt Road (Lennon/Nilsson) I Don’t Need You (Christian) Rain (Nilsson) I’ve Got It (Nilsson/Botkin J. It’s So Easy (Nilsson/Stallworth) How Long Can Disco On (Nilsson/Starr) Bright Side Of Life (Idle).
Flash Harry" finally being released on CD is the biggest news for Harry Nilsson fans in a long, long time. Harry's last album (LP as they were called back in the day) was never released in the US and so became a bit of a Holy Grail for his fans. After finally tracking down a copy it became rather difficult to admit that the Holy Grail was a bit of a disappointment . This not by any means one of Nilsson's best albums. That said, there is material that is pretty good on Flash Harry. If you are wanting to expand pass a greatest hit album, don't purchase this one. Purchase "Harry" or something early in his career.
From the Knnillssonn album (1977).
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|A1||–Eric Idle & Charlie Dore||Harry
Written-By – Idle*
|A2||–Harry Nilsson||Cheek To Cheek
Written-By – George*, Kibbe*, Van Dyke Parks
|A3||–Harry Nilsson||Best Move
Written-By – Nilsson*, Hazlewood*, Van Dyke Parks
|A4||–Harry Nilsson||Old Dirt Road
Written-By – Nilsson*, Lennon*
|A5||–Harry Nilsson||I Don't Need You
Written-By – Christian*
Written-By – Nilsson*
|B2||–Harry Nilsson||I've Got It
Written-By – Nilsson*, Botkin Jr.*
|B3||–Harry Nilsson||It's So Easy
Written-By – Nilsson*, Stallworth*
|B4||–Harry Nilsson||How Long Can Disco On
Written-By – NIlsson*, Starr*
|B5||–Harry Nilsson||Bright Side Of Life
Written-By – Idle*
- Art Direction – Alan Schmidt
- Bass – Donald "Duck" Dunn, Klaus Voormann, Paul Stallworth, Scott Edwards
- Co-producer, Engineer – Bruce Robb
- Drums – Fred Staehle*, Jim Keltner, Rick Shlosser, Ringo Starr
- Engineer [Assistant] – Larold Rebhun, Sheridan Wolf-Eldridge*
- Guitar – Ben Benay, Daniel Kortchman*, Fred Tackett, Keith Allison, Lowell George
- Harp – Arthur Gerst
- Illustration [Drawing] – Klaus Voormann
- Keyboards – Bill Payne, John Jarvis, Van Dyke Parks
- Mastered By – Frank DeLuna
- Musician – Jim Gordon, Jim Horn, Luis Damian, Ritchie Zito*, Ricky Lawson, Tony Martin Jr.*
- Photography By – Simon Fowler
- Piano – Malcolm Rebennack*
- Producer – Andre Jacquemin* (tracks: A1), Eric Idle (tracks: A1), Trevor Jones (tracks: A1)
- Producer, Musician – Steve Cropper
- Saxophone – Bobby Heyes*, Jerome Jumonville*, Jimmy Roberts, Wilton Felder
NotesA Nilsson House Production
Recorded and mixed at Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles, California
Mastered at A & M Studios
|6302 022||Harry Nilsson||Flash Harry (LP, Album)||Mercury, Phonogram||6302 022||Germany||1980|
|6302 022||Harry Nilsson||Flash Harry (LP, Album)||Mercury||6302 022||France||1980|
|PC-193/194||Harry Nilsson||Flash Harry - Deluxe (2xCDr, RE, Unofficial)||Purple Chick||PC-193/194||2011|
|6302 022||Harry Nilsson||Flash Harry (LP, Album)||Mercury||6302 022||Netherlands||1980|
|63 02 022 146, 63 02 022||Harry Nilsson||Flash Harry (LP, Album)||Mercury, Mercury||63 02 022 146, 63 02 022||Spain||1980|