Diamond, Neil: Hot August Night

Diamond, Neil SKU: 32711394
Diamond, Neil: Hot August Night

Diamond, Neil: Hot August Night

Diamond, Neil SKU: 32711394

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Hot August Night
Artist: Diamond, Neil
Label: Geffen Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 602557464054
Genre: Vocal

Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Hot August Night is a 1972 live double album by Neil Diamond ("Hot August night" is also the opening lyric to Diamond's 1969 single "Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show"). The album is a recording of a Diamond concert on August 24, 1972, one of ten sold-out concerts that Diamond performed that month at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. This album, and it's predecessor album Moods, are generally acknowledged to be the two most important recording projects of Diamond's career in terms of defining his signature sound, and in the case of Hot August Night his live performance style, for the future. Diamond later released two live "sequel" albums, Hot August Night II (1987) and Hot August Night/NYC (2009).

1.1 Prologue
1.2 Crunchy Granola Suite
1.3 Done Too Soon
1.4 Dialogue
1.5 Solitary Man
1.6 Cherry Cherry
1.7 Sweet Caroline
2.1 Porcupine Pie
2.2 You're So Sweet
2.3 Red Red Wine
2.4 Soggy Pretzels
2.5 And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind
2.6 Shilo
2.7 Girl You'll Be a Woman Soon
3.1 Play Me
3.2 Canta Libre
3.3 Morningside
3.4 Song Sung Blue
3.5 Cracklin' Rosie
4.1 Holly Holy
4.2 I Am... I Said
4.3 Walk Off
4.4 Soolaimon-Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show
4.5 Encore
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