Nilsson Schmilsson is the seventh album by Harry Nilsson, released by RCA Records in 1971. Commercially, this was Nilsson's strongest work, producing three of his better known songs and achieving acclaimed chart success. This album marks the first of two of Nilsson's albums produced by Richard Perry. It was ranked No. 84 on Pitchfork Media's "Top 100 Albums of the 1970s". Two of Nilsson's self-penned songs, "Jump into the Fire" and "Coconut", subsequently became hits. The album performed well at the 1973 Grammy Awards, earning a nomination for Album of the Year, while "Without You", a cover of a song by the band Badfinger, won a Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.
Harry Edward Nilsson III (June 15, 1941 – January 15, 1994), who sometimes went by the stage name Nilsson, was an American songwriter who achieved the peak of his commercial success as a singer in the mid 1970s. On all but his earliest recordings, he is credited as 'Nilsson' and for the hit singles "Without You", "I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City", "Everybody's Talkin'" and "Coconut". As a songwriter, Nilsson was much in demand and his songs including 'One' and 'Cuddly Toy' have been covered by various artists including the Monkees, Three Dog Night and Aimee Mann. His musical legacy continues and his tunes are featured on the soundtracks of dozens of films and TV programs, spanning the 1960s through to the present-day. He was awarded Grammy Awards for two of his recordings.
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