doomandgloomfromthetomb:

NEW NILSSON SONGS (Publishing Demo LP, 1967)
Not Coming To A Theater Near You’s ROCK FOLLIES II continues. We’re almost to Prince, people! But before the Purple One, deal with Son of Dracula, the bizarro film Ringo and Nilsson made back in the 70s. You could call it a vanity project, but everyone looks terrible in it. Nevertheless! Jonathan Foltz makes a fairly convincing case for its worthiness. I don’t have any radical outtakes from Son of Dracula, but you can go and dig this very early promo LP over at For The Love Of Harry. It requires a bit of fancy footwork to actually download, but I believe in you, you can do it. 

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

NEW NILSSON SONGS (Publishing Demo LP, 1967)

Not Coming To A Theater Near You’s ROCK FOLLIES II continues. We’re almost to Prince, people! But before the Purple One, deal with Son of Dracula, the bizarro film Ringo and Nilsson made back in the 70s. You could call it a vanity project, but everyone looks terrible in it. Nevertheless! Jonathan Foltz makes a fairly convincing case for its worthiness. I don’t have any radical outtakes from Son of Dracula, but you can go and dig this very early promo LP over at For The Love Of Harry. It requires a bit of fancy footwork to actually download, but I believe in you, you can do it. 

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