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Son of Schmilsson is the eighth album by American singer Harry Nilsson. Nilsson was being pressured to produce a follow-up album similar to his 1971 breakthrough, Nilsson Schmilsson, but instead, he created a more eccentric work. The album was produced by Richard Perry and features musical contributions from former Beatles Ringo Starr and George Harrison. Other musicians on the recording include Nicky Hopkins, Klaus Voormann, Bobby Keys and Peter Frampton.
The very title of Son of Schmilsson implies that it's a de facto sequel to its smash predecessor but, as always with Nilsson, don't take everything at face value. Yes, he's back with producer Richard Perry and he's working from the same gleefully melodic, polished pop/rock territory as before, but this is an incredibly schizoid record, an album by an enormously gifted musician deciding that, since he's already going unhinged, he might as well indulge himself while he's at it.
His work is characterized by pioneering vocal overdub experiments, returns to the Great American Songbook, and fusions of Caribbean sounds.
Nilsson Schmilsson is the seventh album by American singer Harry Nilsson, released by RCA Records in November 1971. It was Nilsson's most commercially successful work, producing three of his best-known songs. Among these was the number 1 hit "Without You", written by Pete Ham and Tom Evans of the group Badfinger. The album was the first of two Nilsson albums recorded in London and produced by Richard Perry. Jump into the Fire" and "Coconut", both written by Nilsson, also became hits
The album cover for Son of Schmilsson features a photograph taken by Michael Putland of Nilsson taken at Harrison's home, Friar Park The album was remastered and released on CD with two bonus tracks in 2000 and with five bonus tracks in 2006. Leone, Dominique June 9, 2006 "Harry Nilsson: Son of Schmilsson, A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night" Pitchfork Retrieved November 18, 2014. a b Horning, Bob May 16, 2006 "Harry Nilsson: Son of Schmilsson, A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night" PopMatters Retrieved November 18, 2014. Randall, Mac; Brackett, Nathan; Hoard, Christian eds 2004 The New Rolling Stone Album Guide 4th edn New York, NY: Simon & Schuster p 586 ISBN 0-7432-0169-8.
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Son of Schmilsson is a follow-up to the very popular Nilsson Schmilsson album by Harry Nilsson. This re-issue CD contains all 11 tracks from the original (vinyl) release plus 4 bonus track; two previous unreleased songs, one alternate take, and one single version. The booklet is full of great photos - some candid shots taken in the studio during the recording and some posed. It also contains some great liner notes about the album along with quotes from the musicians and the late artist himself
Nilsson Schmilsson was not only Harry Nilsson’s commercial breakthrough, it was the artist’s moment of emancipation. For years, Nilsson had labored at mannered, orchestrated pop music that was extraordinary but often seemed to stifle its author’s sense of mischief. Here for the first time Nilsson threw all caution to the wind and let loose his desires. Producer Richard Perry kept the sessions on track, and the performances are strengthened by a top-notch studio band, the core of which was cribbed from Nilsson’s pal John Lennon.
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Drums – Richie SnareGuitar – Lowell GeorgeSaxophone – Bobby Keys
Bouzouki – Chris Spedding
Drums – Barry MorganGuitar [Pedal Steel] – Red Rhodes
|4||Turn On Your Radio||2:39|
|5||You're Breakin' My Heart
Drums – Barry MorganSlide Guitar – George Harrysong*
Drums – Richie SnarePercussion – Richard Perry
|7||The Lottery Song||2:26|
|8||At My Front Door
Congas – Ray CooperSaxophone – Bobby Keys
Saxophone – Bobby Keys
|10||I'd Rather Be Dead||3:20|
|11||The Most Beautiful World In The World
Percussion – Richard Perry
|12||What's Your Sign?||3:04|
|13||Take 54 (Alternate Take)||3:38|
|14||Campo De Encino||4:54|
|15||Daybreak (Single Version)||3:06|
- Recorded At – Trident Studios
- Bass – Klaus Voorman* (tracks: 1 to 11, 13, 15)
- Guitar – Chris Spedding (tracks: 6 to 9), Peter Frampton (tracks: 3 to 9, 11 to 13, 15)
- Lead Vocals, Piano [Electric] – Harry Nilsson
- Piano – Nicky Hopkins (tracks: 1 to 13)
- Producer – Harry Nilsson (tracks: 14, 15), Richard Perry (tracks: 1 to 13)
NotesTracks 1-13 recorded at Trident Studios, London, March, 1972.
Track 14 recorded at unknown location July 5th 1973.
Track 15 recorded at Trident Studios, London February 13, 1973
Tracks 12-14 previously unreleased.
|LSP-4717||Nilsson*||Son Of Schmilsson (LP, Album, Gat)||RCA Victor||LSP-4717||US||1972|
|LSP-4717||Nilsson*||Son Of Schmilsson (LP, Album, Promo, Gat)||RCA Victor||LSP-4717||Germany||1972|
|3812-2-R||Harry Nilsson||Son Of Schmilsson (CD, Album, Club, RM)||RCA Victor||3812-2-R||Canada||1990|
|P8S 11627||Nilsson*||Son Of Schmilsson (8-Trk, Album)||RCA Victor||P8S 11627||UK||Unknown|
|74321 757462||Harry Nilsson||Son Of Schmilsson (CD, Album, RE)||Camden Deluxe||74321 757462||Europe||2000|