Thursday, January 07, 2010

Harry Nilsson
Scatalogue

 ©1971 RCA SPS-33-567
320 Kbps CD Rip
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A limited, not commercial available, promotion-only release to promote The Point! and Harry's earlier albums. Scatalogue intercuts portions of many of Harry's songs into a long medley. The original LP sleeve was the same material as an LP-inner-sleeve instead of a normal cardboard cover.

This is a rip from a CD-bootleg from Remasters Workshop. They did an incredible good cleaning job. All titles listed are excerpts, except for "You Can't Do That," which is included in its entirety.
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Tracklist as it appears on the artwork. This is slightly different than the way it is played.
01 1941 / 02 Little Cowboy / 03 The Puppy Song / 04 Me And My Arrow / 05 You Can't Do That / 06 Together / 07 I Said Goodbye To Me / 08 One / 08a Intro to "Pandemonium Shadow Show" / 09 Mr. Richland's Favorite Song / 10 Mr. Bojangles / 11 I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City / 12 Marchin' Down Broadway / 13 Fairfax Rag / 14 Everybody's Talkin' / 15 City Life / 16 Open Your Window (ends abruptly on the album) / 17 River Deep, Mountain High / 17a Little Cowboy / 18 Freckles / 19 Cuddly Toy / 19a One / 20 Life Line / 21 Think About Your Troubles / 22 Bath / 22a Daddy's Song / 23 END/Narration from "The Point"
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Artwork is included.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello Hello Hello,
this is Hiroshi writing from Tokyo Japan...
So, this tme, I have a favor to ask of you.
It would be grateful if you can help me uploading some of the following albums...

1. Liberty Brothers / Love Lasts forever(not correct???)
featuring early Michael Thompson(G) & lots of big mellotron sound!!!
This one is his first recording band I think...maybe.

2. Kirby / Composition
featuring John Cook of Kestrel & Ian Paice(Deep Purple)

I'm really waiting for a prompt good news from you very soon!!!

Thanks in advance.
All the best.

Hiroshi
(I'm a huge fan of New England!!)

n8w8 (nightwatch) said...

Sorry to tell you that I don't have any of your requests. I'll keep an eye open though.