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Neil Diamond was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 24, 1941. He started out as a songwriter in New York City in the mid-sixties. Neil signed to Bang Records in 1965. His debut album, "The Feel Of Neil Diamond," was released on October 29, 1966. It is currently out of stock. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on the 12-track collection, "Neil Diamond Classics - The Early Years." That features the hits "Cherry, Cherry" (#6 in 1966), "I Got The Feelin'" (#16 in 1966), "Solitary Man" (#21 in 1970), and "Do It" (#36 in 1970).
Classics: The Early Years


The album "Just For You" was released on September 16, 1967. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" (#10 in 1967), "You Got To Me" (#18 in 1967), and "Shilo." This was Neil's last album for Bang Records.
Just For You


Neil's debut album for Uni Records, "Velvet Gloves & Spit," was released on October 15, 1968. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Brooklyn Roads," "Two-Bit Manchild," and "Sunday Sun." The album also includes Neil's updated recording of "Shilo." Released as a single, it peaked at #24 in 1970.
Velvet Gloves And Spit


The album "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show" was released on May 17, 1969. Four months after the album was released, Neil recorded and released the song "Sweet Caroline." After that became a big hit, the song was added to the album, which was also renamed "Sweet Caroline," and given a new photo on the album cover. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show" (#22 in 1969), "And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind," "Glory Road," and "Sweet Caroline" (#4 in 1969).
Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show
Sweet Caroline


The album "Touching You, Touching Me" was released on December 13, 1969. It features the songs "Holly Holy" (#6 in 1969), "And The Singer Sings His Song," "Everybody's Talkin'," and "Both Sides Now."
Touching You, Touching Me


"Gold: Recorded Live At The Troubadour" was released on August 22, 1970. It peaked at #10 in Billboard's album chart. It includes Neil's performances of "Both Sides Now," "Thank The Lord For The Night Time," and "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show."
Gold: Recorded Live at the Troubadour


The album "Tap Root Manuscript" was released on November 21, 1970. It peaked at #13 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Soolaimon" (#30 in 1970), "Cracklin' Rosie" (#1 in 1970), "Done Too Soon," and "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" (#20 in 1970).
Tap Root Manuscript


The album "Stones" was released on November 13, 1971. It peaked at #11 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "I Am...I Said" (#4 in 1971), "Stones"/"Crunchy Granola Suite" (a double-sided single that peaked at #14 in 1971), "Chelsea Morning," "If You Go Away," "Suzanne," and "I Think It's Gonna Rain Today."
Stones


The album "Moods" was released on July 15, 1972. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Song Sung Blue" (#1 in 1972), "Play Me" (#11 in 1972), "Walk On Water" (#17 in 1972), and "Morningside."
Moods


The 2-CD, 25-track live set, "Hot August Night," was released on December 9, 1972. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It includes live versions of "Cherry Cherry" (#31 in 1973), "Red Red Wine," "Song Sung Blue," "Holly Holy," and "Canta Libre."
Hot August Night


The "Jonathan Livingston Seagull: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" was released on November 3, 1973. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote the score for the film, including "Be" (#34 in 1973), and "Skybird."
Jonathan Livingston Seagull: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


"Neil Diamond: His 12 Greatest Hits" was released on June 8, 1974. It includes "Shilo" (#24 in 1970), "Brooklyn Roads," and "Soolaimon" (#30 in 1970).
His 12 Greatest Hits


The album "Serenade" was released on October 26, 1974. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Longfellow Serenade" (#5 in 1974), "Lady Magdelene," and "I've Been This Way Before" (#34 in 1975).
Serenade


The album "Beautiful Noise" was released on July 4, 1976. It was produced by Robbie Robertson, and peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "If You Know What I Mean" (#11 in 1976), "Beautiful Noise," and "Dry Your Eyes" (written by Neil Diamond and Robbie Robertson).
Beautiful Noise


"Love At The Greek" was released on February 26, 1977. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. It includes live versions of "Kentucky Woman," "Surviving The Life," and "I've Been This Way Before."
Love at the Greek


The album "I'm Glad You're Here With Me Tonight" was released on December 3, 1977. It peaked at #6 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "God Only Knows," "Desiree" (#16 in 1977), and "Free Man In Paris."
I'm Glad You're Here With Me Tonight


The album "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" was released on December 16, 1978. It peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart. It features Neil Diamond's duet with Barbra Streisand on "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" (#1 in 1978). It also includes "Forever In Blue Jeans" (#20 in 1979), and "American Popular Song."
You Don't Bring Me Flowers


The album "September Morn" was released on December 22, 1979. It peaked at #10 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "September Morn" (#17 in 1980), "I'm A Believer," "Dancing In The Street," and "Stagger Lee."
September Morn


The "Jazz Singer" soundtrack album was released on November 10, 1980. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Love On The Rocks" (#2 in 1980), "Hello Again" (#6 in 1981), and "America" (#8 in 1981).
Neil Diamond: The Jazz Singer


The album "On The Way To The Sky" was released on November 28, 1981. It peaked at #17 in Billboard's album chart. It features "Yesterday's Songs" (#11 in 1981), "On The Way To The Sky" (#27 in 1982), and "Be Mine Tonight" (#35 in 1982).
On The Way To The Sky


The album "Heartlight" was released on February 25, 1982. It peaked at #9 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Lost Among the Stars," "Heartlight" (#5 in 1982), and "I'm Alive" (#35 in 1983).
Heartlight


"Neil Diamond: 12 Greatest Hits, Vol. 2," was released in May of 1982. It includes "Longfellow Serenade" (#5 in 1974), and "If You Know What I Mean" (#11 in 1976).
12 Greatest Hits, Vol. 2


The album "Primitive" was released on June 1, 1984. It includes the songs "Brooklyn On A Saturday Night," "Turn Around," "Sleep With Me Tonight," and "Crazy."
Primitive


The album "Headed For The Future" was released on May 24, 1986. It peaked at #20 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "The Story Of My Life," "Love Doesn't Live Here Anymore," and "Headed For The Future."
Headed For The Future


The "Hot August Night II" album was released on November 21, 1987. It includes Neil Diamond's performances of "Sweet Caroline," "I Dreamed A Dream," "Soolaimon," and "America."
Hot August Night II


"Neil Diamond: Greatest Hits Live" was recorded in 1988. It includes Neil's performances of "Headed For The Future," "Forever In Blue Jeans," "Teach Me Tonight," and "Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End" (medley).
Neil Diamond - Greatest Hits Live


The album "The Best Years Of Our Lives" was released on June 1, 1988. It includes the songs "Hard Times For Lovers," and "Everything's Gonna Be Fine."
The Best Years Of Our Lives


The album "Lovescape" was released on August 27, 1991. It includes the songs "Hooked On The Memory Of You," and "All I Really Need Is You."
Lovescape


The 2-CD, 37-song collection, "Neil Diamond - The Greatest Hits (1966-1992)," was released on May 19, 1992. It includes "Kentucky Woman" (#22 in 1967), "I Am...I Said" (live version), "Longfellow Serenade" (#5 in 1974), and "Heartbreak Hotel" (duet with Kim Carnes). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Neil Diamond - The Greatest Hits (1966-1992)


"The Christmas Album" was released on September 22, 1992. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Silent Night," "Silver Bells," and "Jingle Bell Rock."
The Christmas Album


The album, "Up On The Roof: Songs From The Brill Building," was released on September 28, 1993. It was produced by Peter Asher. It features the songs "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," "I (Who Have Nothing)," "Don't Make Me Over," "River Deep, Mountain High," "A Groovy Kind Of Love," "Spanish Harlem," and "Save The Last Dance For Me."
Up On The Roof: Songs From The Brill Building


The 2-CD, 32-song album, "Live In America" was released on June 28, 1994. It includes Neil's performances of "Love On The Rocks," "Beautiful Noise," "Up On The Roof," and "Forever In Blue Jeans."
Live in America


"Christmas Album 2" was released on October 11, 1994. It includes the songs "Joy To The World," "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer," and "I'll Be Home For Christmas."
Christmas Album 2


The album "Tennessee Moon" was released on February 6, 1996. It peaked at #14 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the title song, as well as "Kentucky Woman," and "Blue Highway."
Tennessee Moon


The 3-CD, 71-track box set, "In My Lifetime," was released on October 29, 1996. It starts with Neil's first demo recordings in 1958. It includes his 1963 single "Clown Town," the classic album track "Done Too Soon," and the hit "Yesterday's Songs" (#11 in 1981). It concludes with the song "In My Lifetime," specifically recorded for this release. I give this boxed set MY HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!
In My Lifetime (3CD)


The 2-CD, 20-song album, "As Time Goes By: The Movie Album," was released on October 27, 1998. It includes the songs "Windmills Of Your Mind," "Can You Feel The Love Tonight?," "Can't Help Falling In Love," and "Moon River."
As Time Goes By: The Movie Album


The album "Three Chord Opera" was released on July 24, 2001. It peaked at #15 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "I Haven't Played This Song In Years," "I Believe In Happy Endings," and "Turn Down The Lights."
Three Chord Opera


The 2-CD, 38-song collection, "The Essential Neil Diamond," was released on December 4, 2001. It includes the songs "Thank The Lord For The Night Time" (#13 in 1967), "Brooklyn Roads" (live version), and "Hello Again" (#6 in 1981). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
The Essential Neil Diamond


The 3-CD, 74-track box set, "Play Me: The Complete Uni Studio Recordings...Plus!," was released on March 26, 2002. It includes the seven albums Neil recorded for Uni Records between 1968 and 1972, as well as some live songs.
Play Me: The Complete Uni Studio Recordings...Plus!


The 6-disc box set, "Stages: Performances 1970-2002," was released on September 30, 2003. It includes 2 CDs of a 2002 Vegas concert. It includes 2 CDs of live songs, from "Lordy" in 1970, to "I Believe In Happy Endings" from New Year's Eve, 2001. It also includes a CD of live Christmas songs, and a DVD of live songs. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Stages


The 2-CD, 41-song collection, "Neil Diamond: Gold," was released on January 11, 2005. It includes "Two-Bit Manchild," "Solitary Man" (#21 in 1970), "Mr. Bojangles," and "Captain Sunshine." HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Gold


The album, entitled "12 Songs," was released on November 8, 2005. It was produced by Rick Rubin, and peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Delirious Love," "Hell Yeah," and "Save Me A Saturday Night."
12 Songs


The album "Home Before Dark" was released on May 6, 2008. It was produced by Rick Rubin, and peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Pretty Amazing Grace," "Home Before Dark," and "Another Day (That Time Forgot)" with Natalie Maines.
Home Before Dark


The 2-CD, 39-song set, "Hot August Night/NYC," includes songs recorded at Madison Square Garden in August of 2008. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. Neil's performances include "Holly Holy," "Pretty Amazing Grace," "Song Sung Blue," and "Hell Yeah."
Hot August Night NYC (2 CD's)


"A Cherry, Cherry Christmas" was released on October 13, 2009. It features the songs, "Cherry Cherry Christmas" (written by Neil Diamond), and "Chanukah Song" (written by Adam Sandler).
A Cherry Cherry Christmas


Neil Diamond was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010. The album "Dreams" was released on November 2, 2010. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. It features Neil's versions of "Blackbird," "Yesterday," "A Song For You," "Let It Be Me," and "Desperado."
Dreams


The 23-song collection, "The Bang Years: 1966-1968," was released on March 8, 2011. It includes "Cherry, Cherry" (#6 in 1966), "Kentucky Woman" (#22 in 1967), "Thank The Lord For The Night Time" (#13 in 1967), "Red Red Wine," and "Red Rubber Ball."
The Bang Years: 1966-1968


The 23-song collection, "The Very Best Of Neil Diamond," was released on December 6, 2011. It includes "Beautiful Noise," "Sweet Caroline" (#4 in 1969), "Song Sung Blue" (#1 in 1972), and "America" (#8 in 1981).
The Very Best of Neil Diamond


The album "Melody Road" was released on October 21, 2014. It includes the songs "Something Blue," "Nothing But A Heartache," "Sunny Disposition," "The Art Of Love," and "Melody Road."
Melody Road

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Neil Diamond was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 24, 1941. He started out as a songwriter in New York City in the mid-sixties. Neil signed to Bang Records in 1965. His debut album, "The Feel Of Neil Diamond," was released on October 29, 1966. It is currently out of stock. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on the 12-track collection, "Neil Diamond Classics - The Early Years." That features the hits "Cherry, Cherry" (#6 in 1966), "I Got The Feelin'" (#16 in 1966), "Solitary Man" (#21 in 1970), and "Do It" (#36 in 1970).
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The album "Just For You" was released on September 16, 1967. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" (#10 in 1967), "You Got To Me" (#18 in 1967), and "Shilo." This was Neil's last album for Bang Records.
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Neil's debut album for Uni Records, "Velvet Gloves & Spit," was released on October 15, 1968. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Brooklyn Roads," "Two-Bit Manchild," and "Sunday Sun." The album also includes Neil's updated recording of "Shilo." Released as a single, it peaked at #24 in 1970.
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The album "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show" was released on May 17, 1969. Four months after the album was released, Neil recorded and released the song "Sweet Caroline." After that became a big hit, the song was added to the album, which was also renamed "Sweet Caroline," and given a new photo on the album cover. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show" (#22 in 1969), "And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind," "Glory Road," and "Sweet Caroline" (#4 in 1969).
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The album "Touching You, Touching Me" was released on December 13, 1969. It features the songs "Holly Holy" (#6 in 1969), "And The Singer Sings His Song," "Everybody's Talkin'," and "Both Sides Now."
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"Gold: Recorded Live At The Troubadour" was released on August 22, 1970. It peaked at #10 in Billboard's album chart. It includes Neil's performances of "Both Sides Now," "Thank The Lord For The Night Time," and "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show."
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The album "Tap Root Manuscript" was released on November 21, 1970. It peaked at #13 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Soolaimon" (#30 in 1970), "Cracklin' Rosie" (#1 in 1970), "Done Too Soon," and "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" (#20 in 1970).
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The album "Stones" was released on November 13, 1971. It peaked at #11 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "I Am...I Said" (#4 in 1971), "Stones"/"Crunchy Granola Suite" (a double-sided single that peaked at #14 in 1971), "Chelsea Morning," "If You Go Away," "Suzanne," and "I Think It's Gonna Rain Today."
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The album "Moods" was released on July 15, 1972. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Song Sung Blue" (#1 in 1972), "Play Me" (#11 in 1972), "Walk On Water" (#17 in 1972), and "Morningside."
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The 2-CD, 25-track live set, "Hot August Night," was released on December 9, 1972. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It includes live versions of "Cherry Cherry" (#31 in 1973), "Red Red Wine," "Song Sung Blue," "Holly Holy," and "Canta Libre."
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The "Jonathan Livingston Seagull: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" was released on November 3, 1973. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote the score for the film, including "Be" (#34 in 1973), and "Skybird."
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"Neil Diamond: His 12 Greatest Hits" was released on June 8, 1974. It includes "Shilo" (#24 in 1970), "Brooklyn Roads," and "Soolaimon" (#30 in 1970).
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The album "Serenade" was released on October 26, 1974. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Longfellow Serenade" (#5 in 1974), "Lady Magdelene," and "I've Been This Way Before" (#34 in 1975).
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The album "Beautiful Noise" was released on July 4, 1976. It was produced by Robbie Robertson, and peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "If You Know What I Mean" (#11 in 1976), "Beautiful Noise," and "Dry Your Eyes" (written by Neil Diamond and Robbie Robertson).
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"Love At The Greek" was released on February 26, 1977. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. It includes live versions of "Kentucky Woman," "Surviving The Life," and "I've Been This Way Before."
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The album "I'm Glad You're Here With Me Tonight" was released on December 3, 1977. It peaked at #6 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "God Only Knows," "Desiree" (#16 in 1977), and "Free Man In Paris."
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The album "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" was released on December 16, 1978. It peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart. It features Neil Diamond's duet with Barbra Streisand on "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" (#1 in 1978). It also includes "Forever In Blue Jeans" (#20 in 1979), and "American Popular Song."
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The album "September Morn" was released on December 22, 1979. It peaked at #10 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "September Morn" (#17 in 1980), "I'm A Believer," "Dancing In The Street," and "Stagger Lee."
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The "Jazz Singer" soundtrack album was released on November 10, 1980. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Love On The Rocks" (#2 in 1980), "Hello Again" (#6 in 1981), and "America" (#8 in 1981).
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The album "On The Way To The Sky" was released on November 28, 1981. It peaked at #17 in Billboard's album chart. It features "Yesterday's Songs" (#11 in 1981), "On The Way To The Sky" (#27 in 1982), and "Be Mine Tonight" (#35 in 1982).
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The album "Heartlight" was released on February 25, 1982. It peaked at #9 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Lost Among the Stars," "Heartlight" (#5 in 1982), and "I'm Alive" (#35 in 1983).
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"Neil Diamond: 12 Greatest Hits, Vol. 2," was released in May of 1982. It includes "Longfellow Serenade" (#5 in 1974), and "If You Know What I Mean" (#11 in 1976).
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The album "Primitive" was released on June 1, 1984. It includes the songs "Brooklyn On A Saturday Night," "Turn Around," "Sleep With Me Tonight," and "Crazy."
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The album "Headed For The Future" was released on May 24, 1986. It peaked at #20 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "The Story Of My Life," "Love Doesn't Live Here Anymore," and "Headed For The Future."
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The "Hot August Night II" album was released on November 21, 1987. It includes Neil Diamond's performances of "Sweet Caroline," "I Dreamed A Dream," "Soolaimon," and "America."
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"Neil Diamond: Greatest Hits Live" was recorded in 1988. It includes Neil's performances of "Headed For The Future," "Forever In Blue Jeans," "Teach Me Tonight," and "Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End" (medley).
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The album "The Best Years Of Our Lives" was released on June 1, 1988. It includes the songs "Hard Times For Lovers," and "Everything's Gonna Be Fine."
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The album "Lovescape" was released on August 27, 1991. It includes the songs "Hooked On The Memory Of You," and "All I Really Need Is You."
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The 2-CD, 37-song collection, "Neil Diamond - The Greatest Hits (1966-1992)," was released on May 19, 1992. It includes "Kentucky Woman" (#22 in 1967), "I Am...I Said" (live version), "Longfellow Serenade" (#5 in 1974), and "Heartbreak Hotel" (duet with Kim Carnes). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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"The Christmas Album" was released on September 22, 1992. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Silent Night," "Silver Bells," and "Jingle Bell Rock."
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The album, "Up On The Roof: Songs From The Brill Building," was released on September 28, 1993. It was produced by Peter Asher. It features the songs "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," "I (Who Have Nothing)," "Don't Make Me Over," "River Deep, Mountain High," "A Groovy Kind Of Love," "Spanish Harlem," and "Save The Last Dance For Me."
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The 2-CD, 32-song album, "Live In America" was released on June 28, 1994. It includes Neil's performances of "Love On The Rocks," "Beautiful Noise," "Up On The Roof," and "Forever In Blue Jeans."
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"Christmas Album 2" was released on October 11, 1994. It includes the songs "Joy To The World," "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer," and "I'll Be Home For Christmas."
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The album "Tennessee Moon" was released on February 6, 1996. It peaked at #14 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the title song, as well as "Kentucky Woman," and "Blue Highway."
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The 3-CD, 71-track box set, "In My Lifetime," was released on October 29, 1996. It starts with Neil's first demo recordings in 1958. It includes his 1963 single "Clown Town," the classic album track "Done Too Soon," and the hit "Yesterday's Songs" (#11 in 1981). It concludes with the song "In My Lifetime," specifically recorded for this release. I give this boxed set MY HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!
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The 2-CD, 20-song album, "As Time Goes By: The Movie Album," was released on October 27, 1998. It includes the songs "Windmills Of Your Mind," "Can You Feel The Love Tonight?," "Can't Help Falling In Love," and "Moon River."
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The album "Three Chord Opera" was released on July 24, 2001. It peaked at #15 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "I Haven't Played This Song In Years," "I Believe In Happy Endings," and "Turn Down The Lights."
38.  Three Chord Opera  by Neil Diamond
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The 2-CD, 38-song collection, "The Essential Neil Diamond," was released on December 4, 2001. It includes the songs "Thank The Lord For The Night Time" (#13 in 1967), "Brooklyn Roads" (live version), and "Hello Again" (#6 in 1981). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
39.  The Essential Neil Diamond [Original recording remastered]  by Neil Diamond
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The 3-CD, 74-track box set, "Play Me: The Complete Uni Studio Recordings...Plus!," was released on March 26, 2002. It includes the seven albums Neil recorded for Uni Records between 1968 and 1972, as well as some live songs.
40.  Play Me: The Complete Uni Studio Recordings...Plus! [Box set]  by Neil Diamond
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The 6-disc box set, "Stages: Performances 1970-2002," was released on September 30, 2003. It includes 2 CDs of a 2002 Vegas concert. It includes 2 CDs of live songs, from "Lordy" in 1970, to "I Believe In Happy Endings" from New Year's Eve, 2001. It also includes a CD of live Christmas songs, and a DVD of live songs. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
41.  Stages [Box set] [Live]  by Neil Diamond
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The 2-CD, 41-song collection, "Neil Diamond: Gold," was released on January 11, 2005. It includes "Two-Bit Manchild," "Solitary Man" (#21 in 1970), "Mr. Bojangles," and "Captain Sunshine." HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
42.  Gold [Original recording remastered]  by Neil Diamond
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The album, entitled "12 Songs," was released on November 8, 2005. It was produced by Rick Rubin, and peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Delirious Love," "Hell Yeah," and "Save Me A Saturday Night."
43.  12 Songs  by Neil Diamond
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The album "Home Before Dark" was released on May 6, 2008. It was produced by Rick Rubin, and peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. Neil Diamond wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Pretty Amazing Grace," "Home Before Dark," and "Another Day (That Time Forgot)" with Natalie Maines.
44.  Home Before Dark  by Neil Diamond
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The 2-CD, 39-song set, "Hot August Night/NYC," includes songs recorded at Madison Square Garden in August of 2008. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. Neil's performances include "Holly Holy," "Pretty Amazing Grace," "Song Sung Blue," and "Hell Yeah."
45.  Hot August Night NYC (2 CD's) [Import]  by Neil Diamond
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"A Cherry, Cherry Christmas" was released on October 13, 2009. It features the songs, "Cherry Cherry Christmas" (written by Neil Diamond), and "Chanukah Song" (written by Adam Sandler).
46.  A Cherry Cherry Christmas  by Neil Diamond
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Neil Diamond was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010. The album "Dreams" was released on November 2, 2010. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. It features Neil's versions of "Blackbird," "Yesterday," "A Song For You," "Let It Be Me," and "Desperado."
47.  Dreams  by Neil Diamond
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The 23-song collection, "The Bang Years: 1966-1968," was released on March 8, 2011. It includes "Cherry, Cherry" (#6 in 1966), "Kentucky Woman" (#22 in 1967), "Thank The Lord For The Night Time" (#13 in 1967), "Red Red Wine," and "Red Rubber Ball."
48.  The Bang Years: 1966-1968  by Neil Diamond
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The 23-song collection, "The Very Best Of Neil Diamond," was released on December 6, 2011. It includes "Beautiful Noise," "Sweet Caroline" (#4 in 1969), "Song Sung Blue" (#1 in 1972), and "America" (#8 in 1981).
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The album "Melody Road" was released on October 21, 2014. It includes the songs "Something Blue," "Nothing But A Heartache," "Sunny Disposition," "The Art Of Love," and "Melody Road."
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