Harry Nilsson: Son Of Schmilsson
David Rensin, Phonograph Record, September 1972
WELL, WELL. Harry Nilsson has sure thrown a big pebble into the music puddle. There's not much to say about the things you hear in his newest release, SON OF SCHMILSSON, that it's really hard to decide where to begin! I could look through my Thesaurus and compile a list of superlatives to try and adequately describe this album, but perhaps this one will suffice – SON OF SCHMILSSON is a powerhouse.
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