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Name:Neil Diamond The Best Of][Mp3]320kbs][Hectorbusinspector][H33t]

Total Size: 172.02 MB

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Tracks (Size: 172.02 MB) (Files: 26)


  01) Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline.mp3

8.11 MB

  02) Neil Diamond - Holly Holy.mp3

10.69 MB

  03) Neil Diamond - And The Singer Sings His Song.mp3

8.28 MB

  04) Neil Diamond - Shilo.mp3

6.76 MB

  05) Neil Diamond - Play Me.mp3

8.84 MB

  06) Neil Diamond - Mr Bojangles.mp3

11.15 MB

  07) Neil Diamond - Song Sung Blue.mp3

7.36 MB

  08) Neil Diamond - Cherry Cherry.mp3

7.26 MB

  09) Neil Diamond - Solitary Man.mp3

6.94 MB

  10) Neil Diamond - Kentucky Woman.mp3

6.05 MB

  11) Neil Diamond - Cracklin Rosie.mp3

6.84 MB

  12) Neil Diamond - Sooliman.mp3

9.84 MB

  13) Neil Diamond - Canta Libra.mp3

11.04 MB

  14) Neil Diamond - Stones.mp3

7.05 MB

  15) Neil Diamond - He Aint Heavy He's My Brother.mp3

9.59 MB

  16) Neil Diamond - Brother Loves Travelling Salvation Show.mp3

8.00 MB

  17) Neil Diamond - Cold Water Morning.mp3

7.69 MB

  18) Neil Diamond - Walk On Water.mp3

7.12 MB

  19) Neil Diamond - And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind.mp3

8.21 MB

  20) Neil Diamond - I Am... I said.mp3

8.15 MB

  21) Neil Diamond - Girl, You'll be a Woman Soon.mp3

6.67 MB

 Front 001.jpg

246.86 KB

 inside 001.jpg

129.02 KB

 introduction to us, we are not pirates.txt

4.55 KB

 Neil Diamond.txt

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Torrent description

Neil Diamond was born in Brooklyn in 1941 where he grew up with his Jewish family.
He started recording records in 1960 and is still touring the world today so this greatest hits collection spans a remarkable duration of this brilliant singer's career.
The Mrs liked Neil Diamond back in the day and over the years I just sort of became a fan by and by.

Track Listing:

1. Cracklin' Rosie

2. I Am... I Said

3. Song Sung Blue

4. Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show

5. Holly Holy

6. Soolaimon

7. He Ain't Heavy

8. Stones

9. Play Me

10. Walk On Water

11. And The Singer Sings His Song

12. Mr Bojangles

13. Solitary Man

14. Kentucky Woman

15. And The Stars Won't Pay No Mind

16. The Last Thing on My Mind

17. Girl, You'll Be a Woman, Soon

18. If You Go Away

19. Brooklyn Roads

20. Sweet Caroline

Most of Neil Diamond's biggest hits are here and there's
something for everyone from pop to soul to a little bit of rock n roll.
Cracklin' Rosie is one of my favourites for listening to while I'm out in the garden or heaven forbid, doing
some housework (men do it too you know). It's got a really rock n roll beat and has a really catchy melody and lyric to it too.

Holly Holy is one I don't like I'm afraid.
It's all a bit too slow and biblical for me I have to say.
There's too many instruments going on for the orchestral bits and it just isn't a pop song to me.
I suppose some people like something a bit more artistic on their records but then if you like arty stuff, surely you don't buy Neil Diamond?
David Bowie would seem more appropriate to do this kind of song.

He Ain't Heavy is on here and a brilliant song even if it is a bit slow for a pop song.
Neil Diamond didn't actually write this which is unusual as he writes most of his own material.
You can tell by the effort he puts into singing this song how much he likes though and that must be why he did a cover song.
I really like the acoustic guitar bits in this though it does sound a bit strange in contrast to the rest of the song I have to say.
It works for me though.

Solitary Man is one of my all time favourites for its sense of irony.
It's really upbeat and something to sing along to as well. The music is really well composed in this and there's
enough going on for this to be a folk rock number without it being a racket. I like the quirky backing vocals in this too.
The track on this album is actually sung live which makes it even better.

Now for one I don't like again, The Last Thing on My Mind. One for the ladies maybe? Well, my lady seems to like this anyway.
But as a bloke, who's already admitting to liking Neil Diamond, liking this would be a step too far.
It's really soppy and drawn out, like Neil Diamond is having some kind of asthma attack while he sings it.
Okay if you're on a date in 1979 and trying to get a girl into bed for the first time I guess but not something you really want to
listen to the wrong side of the 80s in my mind.

Finally, I really like the last track on this collection, Sweet Caroline. It's a bit like Cracklin' Rosie in style, almost like a western
folk pop song if you know what I mean. It's got a really jolly pop song rhythm and a great lyric too.
I love the backing vocals in this and the way you can sing along to it without even trying.

A couple of songs I think are missing from the album are the ones Neil Diamond wrote for the Monkees.
Well I say that, apparently he didn't write them for the Monkees but they just happened to release them first.
He wrote and sung I'm a Believer and Look Out himself (as well as a couple of others) that the Monkees are most famed for.
But he wrote them and actually sung them much better than the Monkees did.
Maybe because of the association they were omitted to avoid confusion but I do think it's a bit of a shame.

I do recommend this though, especially to those who grew up listening to pop songs in the 1970s.
This is an ideal collection if you like Neil Diamond but don't own any of his albums so far.
It's a shame a couple of tracks are missing,
and a couple of bad ones are included, but at least there's something here for everyone.





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