Neil Diamond’s ‘All-Time Greatest Hits’ detailed

Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Neil Diamond gets a comprehensive compilation of his career with All-Time Greatest Hits, a 23 track collection that will be released July 8th on Capitol Records/UMe, marking the first release since signing a long-term recording agreement with the iconic label, Capitol Records.

The historic agreement unites Diamond’s complete Columbia, Uni/MCA and Bang catalogs, encompassing the artist’s entire body of work, from the earliest recordings through the present-day. Later this year, Capitol Records will release Diamond’s first original studio album since his 2008 Home Before Dark which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart. The new album will be Capitol’s first original Neil Diamond release since The Jazz Singer which debuted three of Diamond’s all-time greatest hits: “Hello Again,” “America,” and “Love On The Rocks.”

Neil Diamond’s All-Time Greatest Hits features the original studio recordings of such standards as “Sweet Caroline,” “Holly Holy,” “I Am…I Said,” and chart-toppers like “Cracklin’ Rosie,” “Song Sung Blue” and the rarely heard original solo version of “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers.” The set captures his beginnings as a songwriter-turned-singer in New York to his multi-platinum days in Hollywood.

 

CD

1. Cracklin’ Rosie
2. Forever in Blue Jeans
3. Song Sung Blue
4. Sweet Caroline
5. Holly Holy
6. Red, Red Wine
7. Hello Again
8. Beautiful Noise
9. America
10. September Morn
11. Love on the Rocks
12. Shilo
13. You Don’t Bring Me Flowers
14. Morningside
15. Soolaimon
16. Play Me
17. Kentucky Woman
18. Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon
19. Solitary Man
20. I’m a Believer
21. Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show
22. Cherry, Cherry
23. I Am… I Said

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