Throughout his long career, Noel Harrison featured countless times in newspapers and magazines across the world.
While Noel himself did not collected a large archive of these cuttings, an American fan did make a collection of clippings in the 1960s, which he passed onto the singer.
In 2011, Noel made this archive available to www.thewindmillsofyourmind.com and a selection of the articles, dating from 1966 to 1967 is now available to read here. But please note, these documents are photocopies of photocopies, so in some areas, the text can be somewhat difficult to read.
To flick through the newspaper cuttings in Noel's personal archive, click on the newspaper or click here:
Following Noel's death in October 2013, the vast majority of Britain's newspapers and music magazines featured lengthy obituaries.
To read a collection of the articles, simply click on the picture to the right, or click here.
Countless international newspapers and websites also wrote tributes to Noel.
To read the on-line tributes, click on the following links: Washington Post The Telegraph The Chronicle Herald Irish Independent Chicago Tribune Florida Today Los Angeles Times.
Also available to read here is a six page feature about Noel Harrison which was included in the November, 2011 edition of Shindig magazine.Just click on the magazine to read it or click here.
The Shindig article was written for the magazine, which specialises in music from the 1960s, in collaboration with www.thewindmillsofyourmind.com.
It features a number of revelations about Harrison's life and music, including his view on how drugs impacted on his music and his move into script-writing for pornographic films in the 1990s.
As well as the articles from Noel Harrison's personal collection above, a large number of archive newspaper articles about Noel have been collected together on-line by Google.
To read the articles, simply click on the newspapers below.
Rex's eldest son sings in New York
A review of Noel Harrison's performance at the Living Room in New York. The article also discusses his relationship with his father, Rex Harrison.
Noel Harrison steps out of a shadow
A feature looking at Noel's family life, following his move to America.
Noel Harrison: former nomad
Noel discusses his singing career, his first studio album and his upcoming television show, The Girl From UNCLE.
Noel Harrison a non-conformist - disorganisation is his way of life
Noel discusses his music, living in Hollywood and recording The Girl From UNCLE.
Noel Harrison is still reaching for TV stardom
Noel looks back at his time living in America and his time working at the Blue Angel club in London. He also talks about his latest appearance in a musical version of Robin Hood and the suggestion The Girl From UNCLE was 'a flop'.
Harrison stays flexible
The recording of Noel's latest album, Santa Monica Pier, is discussed along with a frank look at his relationship with his father.
Noel Harrison left Britain, found identity
After returning to Britain to make the film Take a Girl Like You, Noel reflects on the difference between America and England and looks back on both his career so far and his use of hallucinogenic drugs.
The name is Noel Harrison: Rex's son sings and plays with no gimmicks
A live review of Noel performing in front of a sell-out audience.
Noel Harrison clearly thinks for himself
The article looks at Noel's move to Nova Scotia to live a more rural life and his time spent appearing in plays across America. It also looks at his decision to appear in My Fair Lady, which famously starred his father.
Harrison remembered for charm, wit
Noel Harrison pays tribute to his father, Rex Harrison, who had died on June 2,