Harry Nilsson came of age as a songwriter and performer during the infamous Sixties, when anything seemed possible. The advantage for songwriters was that you weren't pigeonholed into a genre, and this collection of vintage Nilsson songs shows the range of a great talent. "One" and "Without Her" are the best pop music has ever offered a too-ravenous public, and "Everybody'sTalkin'" shows Nilsson's ability to sum up the spirit of a movie in a four-minute song. The whimsical "Me and My Arrow" and "The Moonbeam Song" show off another side of this man's talent in reminding us of the rapturous delight of everyday life. He died too young, as many great talents do, and that's a shame. We need his talent and life spark in these bleak days for pop music.
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