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Mp3 Neil Diamond - You Don't Bring Me Flowers

  • Performer: Neil Diamond
  • Album: You Don't Bring Me Flowers
  • Label: CBS
  • Catalog #: CLS 5627
  • MP3: 1557 mb | FLAC: 1713 mb
  • Released: 1978
  • Country: Mexico
  • Style: Pop Rock, Vocal
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 163
  • Category: Rock
Mp3 Neil Diamond - You Don't Bring Me Flowers

Tracklist

1You Don't Bring Me Flowers
Vocals [Duet With] – Barbra StreisandWritten-By – A. Bergman, M. Bergman
3:15
2The Dancing Bumble Bee / Bumble Boogie
Written-By – J. Fina
4:53
3You've Got Your Troubles
Written-By – R. Cook, R. Greenaway
3:52
4Memphis Flyer3:10
5Diamond Girls3:32
6Remember Me5:02
7Mothers And Daughters, Fathers And Sons
Written-By – B. Gaudio, J. Parker
4:08
8The American Popular Song
Written-By – T. Hensley
5:14
9Forever In Blue Jeans
Written-By – R. Bennett
3:37
10Say Maybe4:06

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric GuitarRichard Bennett
  • Arranged By [Vocals]Bob Gaudio
  • Art Direction, DesignDavid Kirschner
  • Backing VocalsDoug Rhone, Gene Morford, H.L. Voelker, Jon Joyce, Julia Tillman Waters, Maxine Willard Waters, Ron Hicklin, Tom Bahler, Venetta Fields
  • BassReinie Press
  • ConcertmasterSid Sharp
  • Conductor, Arranged By [Orchestra]Alan Lindgren (tracks: A3 to B1, B5), Tom Hensley (tracks: A1, A2, B2)
  • Coordinator [Production]Beatrice E. Marks
  • DrumsDennis St. John
  • EngineerRick Ruggieri, Ron Hitchcock
  • Engineer [Assistant]Andy Bloch, Corey Bailey, Dennis Hansen, Ellis Sorkin, Cheech D'Amico, Tony D'Amico
  • Engineer [Recording Engineer Supervisor, Mixing]Bill Schnee
  • GuitarDoug Rhone
  • Mastered ByDoug Sax
  • PercussionKing Errisson, Vince Charles
  • Photography ByTom Bert
  • Piano, KeyboardsTom Hensley
  • Piano, SynthesizerAlan Lindgren
  • Producer [Assistant]Alison Zanetos
  • Producer, Arranged By [Vocals]Bob Gaudio
  • Typography [Lettering]Bob Maile
  • VocalsLinda Press
  • Written-ByN. Diamond (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B1, B3 to B5)

Notes

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Barcodes

  • Barcode: 02-11-13293

Companies

  • Printed By – Amprofon
  • Recorded At – Cherokee Studios
  • Recorded At – Sunset Sound
  • Recorded At – A&M Studios
  • Recorded At – Indigo Ranch Studios
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.

Album

You Don't Bring Me Flowers is Neil Diamond's twelfth studio album. It was released in 1978 to capitalize on the success of the title song of the same name, a duet with Barbra Streisand, which had originally appeared as a solo recording on Diamond's previous album, I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight. Produced by Bob Gaudio. Neil Diamond - vocals, possible guitar. The Neil Diamond Band: Dennis St. John - Drums. Richard Bennett - Acoustic and Electric Guitars. Alan Lindgren - Synthesizer, Piano. You Don't Bring Me Flowers - Neil Diamond. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. This is a great song, all it needs is a great video from Strangeuniverse1. Please watch my new Barbra Streisand video Send in the Clowns. Sign up for email updates from Neil Diamond. resend verification email Cancel. Subscribe me to the Neil Diamond newsletterSubscribe me to the Neil Diamond newsletter. Neil Diamond. Songs in album Neil Diamond - You Don't Bring Me Flowers 1978. Neil Diamond - American Popular Song. Neil Diamond - Diamond Girls. Album 1978 10 Songs. 2014 Neil Diamond, under exclusive license to Capitol Records, LLC. More By Neil Diamond. All-Time Greatest Hits. Listen free to Neil Diamond You Don't Bring Me Flowers The American Popular Song, Forever in Blue Jeans and more. 10 tracks 40:50. The Diamond Symphonies Overture: You Don't Bring Me Flowers, Beautiful Noise, Solitary Man, You Don't Bring Me Flowers - London Philharmonic Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Neil Diamond - the voice, the artist, the entertainer - is best described through this record as a rhapsody of American pop culture during this period in the late '70s. Directly and appropriately, Diamond sings with sincerity that the American popular song goes on. Perhaps this record best demonstrates a mission statement of creating an endearing work of music that all Americans can feel happy and satisfied with