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|Studio album by Harry Nilsson|
|Harry Nilsson chronology|
|The Essential Rock Discography||4/10|
Sandman is the twelfth album by Harry Nilsson.
All music and lyrics by Harry Nilsson, except where noted.
- "I'll Take a Tango" (Alex Harvey) – 2:58
- "Something True" (Nilsson, Perry Botkin, Jr.) – 2:54
- "Pretty Soon There'll Be Nothing Left for Everybody" – 2:50
- "The Ivy Covered Walls" – 3:15
- "Here's Why I Did Not Go to Work Today" (Nilsson, Danny Kortchmar) – 4:05
- "The Flying Saucer Song" – 6:40
- "How to Write a Song" – 3:12
- "Jesus Christ You're Tall" – 4:08
- "Will She Miss Me" – 4:43
- Harry Nilsson - vocals
- Perry Botkin, Jr. - arrangements on "Something True", "The Ivy Covered Walls" and "Will She Miss Me"
- Doug Dillard - banjo
- Klaus Voormann - bass guitar
- Jim Keltner - drums
- Danny Kortchmar, Fred Tackett, Jesse Ed Davis - guitar
- Jane Getz, Leon Russell, Van Dyke Parks - keyboards
- Emil Richards, Emmett Kennedy, Gary Coleman, Joe DeAguero, Pat Murphy, Robert Greenidge - percussion
- Bobby Keys, Gene Cipriano, Jay Migliori, Jim Horn, John Rotella, Trevor Lawrence - saxophone
- Bobby Bruce, Ilene Novog, The Perry Botkin, Jr. Orchestra and Singers - strings
- Trevor Lawrence - overdubbed cello on "Something True"
- Rich Schmitt - recording engineer, associate producer
- Mal "The Pal" Evans - cover photography
|U.S. Billboard 200||111|
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