Neil Diamond’s ‘You Don’t Bring Me Flowers’ is his twelfth studio album released on December 16, 1978.
Track Listing : 1.American Popular Song (Tom Hensley) – 05:15 . 2.Forever In Blue Jeans (Neil Diamond, Richard Bennett) – 03:39 . 3.Remember Me (Neil Diamond) – 05:03 . 4.You’Ve Got Your Troubles (Roger Greenaway, Roger Cook) – 03:53 . 5.You Don’T Bring Me Flowers (With Barbra Streisand) (Neil Diamond, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman) – 03:17 . 6.The Dancing Bumble Bee / Bumble Boogie (Neil Diamond, Jack Fina) – 04:54 . 7.Mothers And Daughters, Fathers And Sons (Bob Gaudio, Judy Parker) – 04:11 . 8.Memphis Flyer (Neil Diamond) – 03:11 . 9.Say Maybe (Neil Diamond) – 04:07 . 10.Diamond Girls (Neil Diamond, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman) – 03:36
Musicians : Richard Bennett – Guitar . Doug Rhone – Guitar . Reinie Press – Bass . Tom Hensley – Keyboards . Alan Lindgren – Keyboards . Dennis St. John – Drums . King Errisson – Percussion . Vince Charles – Percussion . Linda Press – Background Vocals . Doug Rhone – Background Vocals . Gene Morford – Background Vocals . H.L. Voelker – Background Vocals . Jon Joyce – Background Vocals . Julia Waters – Background Vocals . Maxine Waters – Background Vocals . Ron Hicklin – Background Vocals . Tom Bahler – Background Vocals . Venetta Fields – Background Vocals
Production : Produced By Bob Gaudio . Ron Hitchcock – Engineer . Rick Ruggieri – Engineer
Recorded In 1978.
Released On December 16, 1978 By Columbia.
A chirpy album entirely brought about by a completely unplanned single.Certainly its success seems to have made Diamond almost giddy with happiness; this album is one of his best pop collections and is filled with a breeziness untypical of the great man. […]
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They have so much feeling in the live performance that you wonder if they dated? I have not read up on his life to know if they did. […]
Such a well-performed song of percussion and charging tempo is the cover, “You’ve Got Your Troubles.” Sung with passion and grace, this is Neil Diamond during his peakand merits a listen for all late-’70s enthusiasts. […]