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You Don't Bring Me Flowers

4.7 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B0000025EI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #388,761 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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You Don't Bring Me Flowers may not be on par with Neil's earlier albums from the '70s such as "Tap Root Manuscript", "Stones", and "Moods". However, for the Neil Diamond fan, this one is worth owning. This release was produced by Bob Gaudio as was 1977s "I'm Glad You're Here With Me Tonight" (and other Diamond albums) and is actually quite similar in its production values. After 1976's "Beautiful Noise" Neil's sound seemed to move from the big, expansive sound of his previous albums to music with more of a smaller "band" feel. Granted, this album is more in the "fluffy pop" category than some of his deeper, earlier work, but still very enjoyable for many Diamond fans, including me. This album did produce two big singles for Neil that year: "Forever In Blue Jeans" and his duet with Barbra Streisand on "You Don't Bring Me Flowers". By the way, if you are a fan of "Flowers", Neil originally performed this song solo on the "I'm Glad You're Here With Me Tonight" album, which is also a very good version.

If you're not a big Neil Diamond fan or you are but haven't purchased a lot of his music, this would probably not be the best one to start with. However, if you like Neil but don't own "You Don't Bring Me Flowers", you should add this one to your collection.
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This would have to one one of my favourite Neil Diamond albums. The track "Forever In Blue Jeans' is worth listening too just for the acoustic guitar introduction alone. "You Don't Bring Me Flower" , a duet with Ms.Barbra Streisand was also a big hit probably because it contained the lyrics "Now after loving me late at night, you just roll over and turn out the light". I suspect one reason for this song's sucess was that millions of lonely married women could relate to this predicament. I was so impressed with the track "Memphis Flyer" that I named my Porsche 930 Turbo after it!!!
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At first I didn't like this album. I guess I was too used to listening to the older stuff. This sounded too DISCO to me. Then I gave it a chance and it has become an enjoyable album for me. A lot of classics, and not-so classics but definitely worth owning and listening to.
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I ordered the CD "You Don't Bring Me Flowers Anymore" and I rated it best, partly because of a recent comment from my daughter (She married in 1965 when she was 16 and he about 23.). She said recently, "He never brings me floweers any more." The CD was delivered to their home. After playing it, my daughter called me and said, "We listened to it together, and he didn't take the hint." Ah, well, so life goes on LOL Mollie Howard El Paso TX
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Buy this one for the duet with Barbra alone. Probably one of the Top 10 ND tracks he re-records this classic with Barbra Streisand and it is fantastic. I wonder why they never did any more duets since they both recorded for Columbia. Neil had done this song solo on a previous album but this classic duet his the one that soared to the top in the Easy Listening chart.
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I purchased this when I noticed some songs on this CD that were not familiar to me. Of course, the duet with Barbara Streisand stands out as most enjoyable. Overall, Diamond is Diamond; if you like him and he's always been your favorite artist, you will like all his songs. I'm enjoying it.
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I listen to this Neil Diamond album more than any other. I am luke warm about the B.S. duet, but I find American Popular Song, Forever in Blue Jeans, and his version of Flight of the Bubble Bee captivating. My kids like it equally well. We dance around the house together to it.
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Teaming up with Barbra Streisand in late 1978, Diamond had huge hit with duet titletrack from 'You Don't Bring Me Flowers'. This CD demonstrate that Neil Diamond is a creative songwriter and a performer of great stature.
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