Tuesday, August 29, 2006


Nilsson - The Point! (RCA 1971)




7 Comments:

Anonymous Erella said...

This is so fantastic!
I was just thinking how much I wanted to listen to the Point. I wonder if the movie was ever released on DVD. So great.
When I downloaded this, the tracks went into a folder not in the correct order. Is there a song list someplace so that I can reassemble them back?
Thank you soooo much!

8/30/2006 11:18 AM  
Blogger soulbrotha said...

Is anybody else coming up with a message that "ezshare.net could not be found".

8/30/2006 11:43 AM  
Blogger sou.th low said...

track order is in ID3 tag.

1 everything's got 'em
2 the town
3 me and my arrow
4 the game
5 poli high
6 the trial & banishment
7 thing about your troubles
8 The pointed man
9 life line
10 the birds
11 p.o.v. waltz
12 the clearing in the woods
13 are you sleeping?
14 oblio's return

8/31/2006 7:12 PM  
Blogger jwillaum said...

great great slab of music and memories thanks youve always have good stuff here but this one is a gem thanks

9/11/2006 10:56 AM  
Blogger sou.th low said...

The Point! is the soundtrack to a cartoon feature originally aired on ABC TV in 1971. Especially at this stage of his career, Harry Nilsson was uniquely suited for writing and recording children's music, given his sweet melodicism and love of whimsy. As it happens, The Point! worked out better than anyone could have expected, not just because "Everything's Got 'Em," "Me and My Arrow," "Think About Your Troubles," and "Are You Sleeping?" are songs strong enough to have been on a proper Nilsson record. There's also an intangible quality to this record, a warmth and generosity that really wasn't on any of his other albums, quite possibly because his humor is never sardonic or reliant on in-jokes. It's gentle and loving, as is the music. The tale is fantastical enough to be of interest to children (and the moral is strong enough to reassure them and their parents), but the songs and music are so strong that the album continues to be a source of wonder, even as those children become adults.

10/17/2006 9:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's the password plz???

11/30/2006 7:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thank you...i've been looking forever for this, but the password isn't working! is there a glitch or a way to re-upload this? anything would be really appreciated, thanks!

3/07/2007 4:55 PM  

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