- Released: May 23, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: RCA
- 3.Everybody's Talkin' (From "Midnight Cowboy")
- 4.Without You
- 6.Jump Into The Fire
- 7.Turn On Your Radio
- 8.Me And My Arrow
- 9.The Moonbeam Song
- 10.Without Her
- 11.I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City
- 12.All I Think About Is You
- 13.Daybreak (from "Son Of Dracula")
- 14.Remember (Christmas)
Liner Note Author: Van Dyke Parks.
Photographer: Michael Putland.
Arrangers: Mike McNaught; George Tipton; Paul Buckmaster; Del Newman.
Respected for his vocal range and pop smarts, singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson rose to fame when he was championed by the Beatles. Like the Fab Four, Nilsson's stylistic palette was remarkably wide, as revealed on self-penned tunes such as the goofy ditty "Coconut," the surprisingly primal rocker "Jump Into the Fire," and the string-laden chamber-pop of "Without Her," all of which are presented on this collection. With the exception of 1977's lush "All I Think About Is You," every track on this 14-track disc is from Nilsson's late-'60s/early-'70s heyday, including his charming hit covers of Fred Neil's "Everybody's Talkin'" and Badfinger's "Without You." Though slightly outshone by 2002's GREATEST HITS, this concise anthology is a well-selected compilation, making it a fine introduction to Nilsson's wonderful pop aesthetic.