Double vinyl LP pressing. After years of success as a songwriter, Neil stepped into the spotlight and became the singing star he was destined to be. That stardom stretched decades, as does this double-vinyl comp, which takes us from the '60s to the '80s: a rare solo version of "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" plus his hits "Cherry, Cherry," "Girl You'll Be a Woman Soon," "Sweet Caroline," "Kentucky Woman," "I'm a Believer," "Red Red Wine," "Holly Holy," "Shilo," "Cracklin' Rosie," "I Am... I Said," "Song Sung Blue," "Forever in Blue Jeans," "Hello Again," "Love on the Rocks," "America" and more!
Double vinyl LP pressing. A recording of a 2012 concert at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles commemorating the 40th anniversary of the iconic event! Includes 'Sweet Caroline', 'Forever In Blue Jeans',' America', 'Cracklin' Rosie' and more.
Double vinyl LP pressing. Hot August Night/NYC is a release from Neil Diamond featuring songs from Diamond's four shows at Madison Square Garden during his 2008 tour. This is the third in a series of similarly titled live albums; it was preceded by Hot August Night (1972) and Hot August Night II (1987).
Love at the Greek is a live double album by Neil Diamond which was released in 1977. It was Diamond's second live album recorded from a concert at The Greek Theater in Los Angeles, and Neil's second album produced by Robbie Robertson of The Band (the first being 1976's Beautiful Noise). This album was released in conjunction with a television special broadcast of the concert footage that aired in the United States on February 21, 1977. Pressed on 2LP Black Vinyl.
Six CD set. In celebrating 50 years of Neil Diamond as a singer songwriter, UMe/Capitol is releasing a retrospective spanning his entire career. The collection features 115 tracks and contains beloved hits alongside demos, rarities and 14 previously unreleased tracks. The collection is contained in a hardbound book with rare and previously unseen photos from Neil's personal archive.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the original Hot August Night, Hot August Night III brings Neil back to Los Angeles’s historic Greek Theatre in 2012 to perform 31 of his greatest hits. Over 2 hours and 20 minutes of music and memories. DVD features video of the entire performance in the same sequence as the audio discs, plus a bonus behind the scenes featurette with band and crew.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the original Hot August Night, Hot August Night III brings Neil back to Los Angeles’s historic Greek Theatre in 2012 to perform 31 of his greatest hits. Over 2 hours and 20 minutes of music and memories including bonus behind the scenes footage with band and crew.
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Beautiful Noise is the third album by Neil Diamond on Columbia Records and his 10th studio album overall. The album was originally released in 1976. "Dry Your Eyes" was performed with The Band at their farewell show and is featured in Martin Scorsese's The Last Waltz. Beautiful Noise marked a radical departure in production, style, arrangements and compositional diversity for Diamond. It was billed at the time of it's release as something of a "comeback" album for the artist, and did mark a new and highly productive phase of his recording and touring career. The album produced three singles: "If You Know What I Mean", "Don't Think... Feel", and the title track, "Beautiful Noise". "If You Know What I Mean" was a #1 hit on Billboard's Easy Listening chart and reached #11 on the US Hit Parade. "Don't Think... Feel" reached #43 in the U.S. charts, while "Beautiful Noise" reached #13 on the UK charts.
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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show is the name of Neil Diamond's fourth studio album, released in 1969. Four months after the title cut became a #22 hit, Diamond recorded and released a new single, "Sweet Caroline", which reached #4. Because of it's popularity, this song was added to the end of later pressings of the album, which was also given a new sleeve with the album shown as Sweet Caroline/Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show although the title was still written as Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show on the label.
Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Hot August Night is a 1972 live double album by Neil Diamond ("Hot August night" is also the opening lyric to Diamond's 1969 single "Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show"). The album is a recording of a Diamond concert on August 24, 1972, one of ten sold-out concerts that Diamond performed that month at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. This album, and it's predecessor album Moods, are generally acknowledged to be the two most important recording projects of Diamond's career in terms of defining his signature sound, and in the case of Hot August Night his live performance style, for the future. Diamond later released two live "sequel" albums, Hot August Night II (1987) and Hot August Night/NYC (2009).
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. The Jazz Singer is an album by Neil Diamond which served as the soundtrack album to the 1980 remake of the film The Jazz Singer. The soundtrack was released in November 1980 originally on Capitol Records, instead of his then-usual Columbia Records, because the film was produced by EMI Films, owned by the parent company of the label for which the soundtrack was released. The soundtrack was a huge success and became Neil Diamond's biggest selling album in the United States, selling over five million copies and reaching #3 on the pop albums chart. This would mark the second time a Neil Diamond soundtrack outperformed the movie it came from (after Jonathan Livingston Seagull). Three of the songs from the album became Top 10 pop singles, with "Love on the Rocks", "Hello Again" and "America" reaching #2, #6, and #8 respectively.
On this 1976 album Diamond collaborates with The Band's Robbie Robertson, who produced this melodic and sentimental array of compositions. Here, the most ardent Neil Diamond fan will find heartwarming ballads, good-time standards and the feel-good songs. Robertson also contributes musically here, playing guitar on songs like the equally touching "Dry Your Eyes". Members of the Band, Garth Hudson, Rick Danko & Richard Manuel also played on the sessions along with a who's who of session musicians including Larry Knechtel, Dr. John, James Newton Howard, Jessie Ed Davis, Jim Keltner, Jim Gordon, Bob James, Richard Bennett & more. During the sessions for this album Diamond performed with the Band at their historic 'Last Waltz' farewell show.
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Recorded live at New York's Madison Square Garden in August, 2008, this 2014 Blu-ray includes the entire show from beginning to end and features 25 career-spanning hits from Neil's phenomenal four-night sold-out run at the fabled concert hall. Also includes the exclusive bonus feature "Welcome Home Neil," a behind-the-scenes look at Diamond's pilgrimage to his childhood home in Brooklyn. Running time: 143 minutes.
Recorded live at New York's Madison Square Garden in August, 2008, the DVD and Blu-ray include the entire show from beginning to end and features 25 career-spanning hits from Neil's phenomenal four-night sold-out run at the fabled concert hall. Also includes the exclusive bonus feature WELCOME HOME NEIL, a behind-the-scenes look at Diamond's pilgrimage to his childhood home in Brooklyn.
Reissue. This 1973 soundtrack soared to #2 on the charts, while it's parent film flopped at the box office. It remains on of Neil's finest achievements with it's rich orchestral score and sensitive ballads like 'Be' and 'Skybird.'
Reissue of the mega-selling soundtrack to Neil Diamond's 1980 screen debut, which cemented Neil Diamond's role in Hollywood. Includes the hits 'America', 'Love on the Rocks' and 'Hello Again'.
2010 collection of iconic recordings from one of music's most memorable (and successful) acts. From hit singles to fan favorites and album tracks, this compilation of great tunes tells a more fulfilling story than any written biography ever could. One listen and you'll understand why this release is part of the Icon series! Universal.