sort by album sort by song. album: "The Feel Of Neil" (1966). September Morn Mama Don't Know That Kind Jazz Time The Good Lord Loves You Dancing In The Street The Shelter Of Your Arms I'm A Believer (1979 Version) The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore Stagger Lee. soundtrack: "The Jazz Singer" (1980). America Adon Olom You Baby Love On The Rocks Amazed And Confused On The Robert E. Lee Summerlove Hello Again Acapulco Hey Louise Songs Of Life Jerusalem Kol Nidre. album: "On The Way To The Sky" (1981).
The discography of American singer-songwriter Neil Diamond includes 34 studio albums and 37 Top 40 hits. He has sold over 75 million albums. The Good Lord Loves You". 1980 - "Love on the Rocks".
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Neil Diamond - Serenade (Album). The Good Lord Loves You (as Henry Sigismonte) 및 1개 . eil Diamond - September Morn (Album). A Taste Of You (Is A Taste Of Love) 및 2개 더.
Ouvir Neil Diamond . Virar fã. exibições 57. 69. The Good Lord Loves You. The House I Live In, That's America To Me. The Last Picasso.
Neil Diamond is chuckling-and, what’s more surprising, it’s at himself. On this April morning in Los Angeles, the Grammy winner, who’s gearing up for a 29-city tour starting June 1, is recalling the moment when the sound went out during one of his concerts. Contrast that with Diamond’s onstage persona and public image: the feel-good showman whose loyal following flocks to his crowd-pleasing concerts, rises the moment his band starts up America, and shouts So good, so good! on cue during Sweet Caroline. See Neil Live! Enter for the chance to win a special VIP ticket package for two to see Neil Diamond in concert at the legendary Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. But finally, at 71, the offstage Diamond is closer to the onstage one-he is, in a word, happy.
Neil Diamond's debut LP was issued in October 1966 just as "Cherry Cherry" - Diamond's first Top Ten hit - was peaking at number six on the singles chart. It's a fascinating document, and not just in hindsight: it has virtues of its own, separate from being an early chapter in a long career to follow. As a singer, he needed more time to develop, though he obviously had a good deal of depth and expressiveness at his command, even in 1966. But when his songwriting and singing were on target, which was well over half the album, this was one of the better pop/rock releases of 1966, as well as a kind of transitional work in a singer/songwriter mold. It sounds (and even often, on the covers, feels) like Brill Building pop, but the words and the singing are already evolving out of those origins and into something new.
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