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Written-By – Bob Cole (2), Rosamond Johnson*
|2||For Me And My Gal
Written-By – E. Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, George W. Meyer
|3||It Had To Be You
Written-By – Gus Kahn, Isham Jones
Written-By – Irving Berlin
Written-By – Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson
|6||You Made Me Love You
Written-By – James Monaco*, Joseph McCarthy
|7||Lullaby In Ragtime
Written-By – Sylvia Fine
|8||I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
Written-By – Frank Adams*, Harold Orlos*, Joseph E. Howard (2), Will Hough*
|9||What'll I Do
Written-By – Irving Berlin
|10||Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)
Written-By – Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
|11||This Is All I Ask
Written-By – Gordon Jenkins
|12||As Time Goes By
Written-By – Herman Hupfeld
|13||I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
Written-By – Harry Carroll, Joseph McCarthy
Written-By – Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein*
|15||Trust In Me
Written-By – Jean Schwartz, Milton Ager, Ned Wever
|16||It's Only A Paper Moon
Written-By – Billy Rose, E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen
|17||Thanks For The Memory
Written-By – Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger
|18||Over The Rainbow
Written-By – E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Music
- Copyright (c) – BMG Music
- Manufactured By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Distributed By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Recorded At – CTS Music Center, Wembley, England
- Recorded At – RCA Studios, New York
- Remixed At – CTS Studios
- Mastered At – Apple Studios
- Mastered At – Sony Music Studios, New York City
- Designed At – Skouras Design
- Copyright (c) – Harms, Inc.
- A&R [Coordination] – Jeremy Holiday
- A&R [Legacy] – Steve Berkowitz
- Conductor, Arranged By – Gordon Jenkins
- Coordinator [Project Director] – Lisa Buckler
- Coordinator [US] – Roy Silver
- Copyist [Music] – D Bamford*, G Bamford*
- Design – Jeremy Blakeslee
- Design [Album] – Acy Lehman
- Engineer – Phillip McDonald*
- Engineer [Tape] – Anthony Duggan
- Liner Notes [Reissue] – Curtis Armstrong
- Mastered By – Vic Anesini
- Mastered By [Masters Cut By] – John Smith (39)
- Orchestra – Alan Dalziel, Alan Peters (5), Tony Randell*, Ben Thomas (5), Bill Povey, Bob Burns (3), Bram Martin, Brian Hawkins, Charles Vorzinger*, David Snell (2), Dennis McConnell, Derek Collins, Derek Jacobs, Eric Eaden, Francis Gabarro*, Frank Clarke, Fred Parrington, George French, George Turnland*, Gwyn Edwards, Harry Danks, Jack Mandel, Jim Brown*, Jim Buck, Jock Sutcliffe (2), John Sharpe, John Underwood, Judd Proctor, Julien Gaillard*, Keith Bird, Ken Dryden, Ken Cooper*, Ken Essex*, Laurie Lewis (5), Leo Birnbaum, Leonard Dight, Lou Sofier, Lou Whiteson, Lou Rosen*, Martin Gatt, Maurice Taylor, Max Salpeter, Nat Comrass, Peter Benson, Peter Halling, Ray Cohen*, Reginald Mosley*, Reg Leopold, Roy Willox, Sidney Margo, Steve Shingles*, Ted Bryett, Tony Gilbert, Trevor Williams (2), William Armon
- Orchestra [Leader] – Jack Rothstein
- Photography By – Tom Hanley (2)
- Photography By [Additional] – BMG Archives
- Piano [Rehearsal], Orchestra – Charles LaVere*
- Producer [Assistant] – Chrissie Hayes
- Producer [Associate] – Martin Wyatt
- Producer [Original Recordings], Liner Notes [Original Release] – Derek Taylor (2)
- Reissue Producer – Rob Santos
- Vocals – Nilsson*
© 1973, 2006 BMG Music / ℗ 1973, 1988, 2006 BMG Music. Manufactured and Distributed in the U.S.A. by Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Printed in the U.S.A. (printed on the bottom left hand corner of the rear inlay and at the bottom of page 13 of the booklet)
Track 11 "This Is All I Ask" has been omitted from the track listing printed on the disc media label.
Packaging: Standard jewel case with a clear tray and a 16-page booklet.
Tracks 13 to 18 are described as Bonus Tracks in this release.
The orchestra members are not credited for their individual roles and are referred to as "The orchestra, thirty-nine men, sight-readers good and true, leader: Jack Rothstein. The personnel varied from session to session but overall, all of the following played and played good [a list of names follows and then additional members are credited in photos printed in the booklet].
This album was recorded at CTS, The Music Centre, Wembley, London, between March 15th & March 22nd, 1973. It was mixed with a six-word overdub, on April 4, 5 & 6.
The song "This Is All I Ask" [Track 11] was partially re-sung at RCA's New York Studios on April 28 & 29.
The tape engineer, London: Anthony Duggan of CTS. The tape engineers RCA New York: Pat, Mike & Gus. Final remix of this song: CTS May 7.
The final masters were cut by John Smith at Apple Studios London on May 8.
The Photographer: Tom Hanley of Bloomsbury.
American Co-ordinator: Roy Silver of the Blue Peacock Company, Hollywood, California
A Nilsson House Production.
Tracks 1-12 Originally released as RCA APL1-0097. ℗ 1973 BMG Music
Tracks 13-18 Originally released 1988 in Europe as "A Touch More Schmilsson In The Night" ℗ 1988 BMG Music
Some lyrics from track 12 are printed on page 3 of the booklet and this is followed by the following statement: ©1931 by Harms Inc. Copyright renewed. All Rights Reserved. Reprinted by permission of Warner Bros. Music.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 86977 07552 0
- Barcode (Scanned): 886977075520
- Matrix / Runout: DIDP-144866 1 A02
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L328
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 50C6
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|APL1-0097||Harry Nilsson||A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night (LP, Album, Gat)||RCA Victor||APL1-0097||US||1973||Sell This Version|
|3761-2-R||Nilsson*||A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night (CD, RM)||RCA||3761-2-R||US||1990||Sell This Version|
|APS1-0097||Harry Nilsson||A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night (8-Trk, Album)||RCA Victor||APS1-0097||Canada||1973||Sell This Version|
|STAC 102||Harry Nilsson||A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night (Cass, Album)||Starcall Records||STAC 102||Australia||1980||Sell This Version|
|APKI-0097||Harry Nilsson||A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night (Cass, Album)||RCA Victor||APKI-0097||Australia||1973||Sell This Version|