Neil Diamond releases his twelfth album : ‘You Don’t Bring Me Flowers’ featuring ‘Forever in Blue Jeans’ and ‘You Don’t Bring Me Flowers’ (1978)

Neil Diamond’s ‘You Don’t Bring Me Flowers’ is his twelfth studio album released on December 16, 1978 by Columbia.

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.

 Neil Diamond

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BBC
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. […]

koyaanisqatsi @ RateYourMusic
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. […]

allmusic
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. […]

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