The Greatest Hits: 1966–1992 is a compilation album by Neil Diamond released in 1992. Songs from his years with Uni/MCA (1968–1972) are represented by live or studio re-recordings as noted below because MCA Records refused to license the masters to Columbia Records, something that would cause controversy. Disc one. "Solitary Man". I Got the Feelin' (Oh No, No)". Thank the Lord for the Night Time". Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon".
Neil Diamond's second album for Columbia Records, and his ninth studio album Serenade, was released in 1974. Three singles were lifted from the album: "Longfellow Serenade" ( "I've Been This Way Before" ( and "The Last Picasso". The album was also issued as a quadraphonic LP with some songs as alternate takes. All tracks written by Neil Diamond. Neil Diamond - vocals, guitar. Richard Bennett - guitar. Emory Gordy, Jr. - bass guitar. Alan Lindgren, David Paich - keyboards. Dennis St. John - drums.
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His 12 Greatest Hits. Actually, His 12 Greatest Hits consists of 12 songs that were hits for Neil Diamond on Uni between 1969 and 1972. Cracklin' Rosie" is here, along with Diamond's other chart-topper of the period, "Song Sung Blue," and the Top Ten hits "Sweet Caroline" and "Holly Holy.
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1. Sweet Caroline - Live At The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles/1972. 2. Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show. Listen to His 12 Greatest Hits in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
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