|74-0788||Nilsson*||Spaceman / Turn On Your Radio (7", Single)||RCA Victor||74-0788||US||1972|
|SRCA-88615||Nilsson*||Spaceman / Turn On Your Radio (7", Single)||Jugoton, RCA Victor||SRCA-88615||Yugoslavia||1972|
|102183||Nilsson*||Spaceman / Turn On Your Radio (7", Single)||RCA Victor||102183||Australia||1972|
|42-382||Nilsson*||Spaceman / Turn On Your Radio (7", Single)||RCA||42-382||South Africa||1972|
|74-0788||Nilsson*||Spaceman (7", Single)||RCA Victor||74-0788||US||1972|
Spaceman" is a song written and recorded by the American singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson, released on his 1972 album, Son of Schmilsson. One of the highlights on Son of Schmilsson, with its dramatic opening fanfare and a cross between folk with a heavy R&B rhythm, the song explains the desire and downfall of the narrator, who wished to be a spaceman and now wants to go back to Earth but is stuck in space.
Produced by Richard Perry. Album Son of Schmilsson. Bang, bang, shoot em' up, destiny Bang, bang, shoot em' up to the moon Bang, bang, shoot em' up one, two, three (One, two, three, four)
Artist: Harry Nilsson. Album: Harry Nilsson: Greatest Hits, 2002. Pics courtesy of NASA.
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The first single from the follow-up to Nilsson's only Top 10 album takes a similar approach to Nilsson Schmilsson's hitmaking formula, starting with the horns that punctuate "Spaceman"'s big and busy arrangement. Neither the single nor album were as successful as their predecessor, with "Spaceman" just missing the Top 20 and Son of Schmilsson stopping at No. 12. 6. 'You're Breakin' My Heart'. From: 'Son of Schmilsson' (1972). Nilsson followed up 1971's Nilsson Schmilsson, his only Top 10 album, with a sequel of sorts