The album Harry Nilsson was working on when he died in 1994 will finally be released on Nov. 22.

Titled Losst and Founnd, the LP includes 11 songs produced by collaborator Mark Hudson, with contributions from Jimmy Webb, Van Dyke Parks, Jim Keltner and Harry’s son Kiefo Nilsson.

You can listen to two tracks, “Lost and Found” and “U.C.L.A.”, below.

“The music world was stunned on Jan. 15, 1994, when superstar vocalist Harry Nilsson was struck down by a heart attack at the young age of 52,” Omnivore Recordings said in a statement. “What the music world did not know at the time was that the multiple Grammy award-winning artist was at work on his first album of original material in nearly 15 years — fans would have to wait another quarter of a century to hear it.”

“Dear Harry, it’s been a little over 25 years since we’ve had one of ‘our conversations’ and I can’t tell you how much I miss your wisdom, humor, passion, stories and most of all your music," Hudson wrote in the liner notes. "Anyway, I finally finished the record we were working on. All of your ideas I would write down, and I have put them into this project. Making this album was a dream come true for me. I promised you we would finish it and get it out there one day and that day has finally come!”

The track listing for the album is below.

Harry Nilsson, 'Losst and Founnd’ Track Listing
1. “Lost and Found”
2. “Woman Oh Woman”
3. “U.C.L.A.”
4. “Hi-Heel Sneakers/Rescue Boy Medley”
5. “Lullaby”
6. “Animal Farm”
7. “Listen, the Snow Is Falling”
8. “Try”
9. “Love Is the Answer”
10. “Yo Dodger Blue”
11. “What Does a Woman See in a Man”


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