Neil Diamond’s ‘September Morn’ is his thirteenth album released on December 22, 1979.
Track Listing : 1.September Morn (Gilbert Bécaud, Neil Diamond) – 03:51 . 2.Mama Don’T Know (Gilbert Bécaud, Neil Diamond) – 03:55 . 3.That Kind (Carole Bayer Sager, Neil Diamond) – 03:18 . 4.Jazz Time (Neil Diamond, Tom Hensley) – 03:30 . 5.The Good Lord Loves You (Richard Fagan) – 04:42 . 6.Dancing In The Street (Ivy Jo Hunter, Marvin Gaye, William Mickey Stevenson) – 04:09 . 7.The Shelter Of Your Arms (Jerry Samuels) – 04:05 . 8.I’M A Believer (Neil Diamond) – 02:23 . 9.The Sun Ain’T Gonna Shine Anymore (Bob Crewe, Bob Gaudio) – 03:39 . 10.Stagger Lee (Harold Logan, Lloyd Price) – 04:10
Musicians : Tom Hensley – Piano, Keyboards . Bob Gaudio – Piano . Alan Lindgren – Piano, Synthesizers . Reinie Press – Bass . Doug Rhone – Guitar . Lou Mccreary – Horns . Vince Charles – Percussion . Lloyd Ulyate – Horn . Ernie Watts – Horn . Graham Young – Horn . Jerry Hey – Horn . Thomas “Snake” Johnson – Horn . Steve Madaio – Horn . Arthur Maebe – Horn . Vincent Derosa – Horn . Dennis Smith – Horn . Linda Press – Vocals . Sid Sharp – Conductorjulia Tillman Waters – Vocals (Background) . Venetta Fields – Vocals (Background) . Maxine Willard Waters – Vocals (Background)
Production : Produced By Bob Gaudio . Corey Bailey – Assistant Engineer . Andy Bloch – Engineer . Tony D’Amico – Assistant Engineer . Dave Evans – Assistant Engineer, Mixing . Dennis Hansen – Assistant Engineer . Ron Hitchcock – Engineer, Mixing . Richard Leech – Assistant Engineer . Mike Reese – Mastering . Rick Ruggieri – Engineer . Mark Sackett – Assistant Engineer . Bill Schnee – Mixing . Ellis Sorkin – Assistant Engineer . Lois Walker – Mastering
Package : Tom Bert – Photography . Ed Caraeff – Photography . David Kirschner – Art Direction
Released On December 22, 1979 By Columbia.
jimslim11 @ RateYourMusic
Absolutely horrendous versions of “I’m a Believer” and “Dancing in the Street”. Just look at Neil’s face on the cover, even he’s not sure why he released this album. […]
On September Morn, Neil Diamond began to push the borders of easy listening, concentrating more on immaculately polished studio craft than songcraft. […]
Ron @ Amazon
The price is right, too. If you’re a Neil fan, you’ve got to add this one to your collection. If you’re trying to get into Neil, this would not be the one to start off with, however. I would recommend his new 12 Songs or perhaps Tennessee Moon for that purpose. […]