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Play Me - Neil Diamond - Hot August Night (Vinyl, LP)

On 20.08.2019 by Shakat With 1 Comments - Classical


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    Akinole 27.08.2019
    Hot August Night captures Neil Diamond in his full glory live on stage. His sweeping anthems mix well with his off the cuff treats like 'Soggy Pretzels.' This album set the bar for live recordings. Now on a 2LP gram vinyl set to celebrate Neil Diamond's 50th anniversary in music/5().
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    Kagall 26.08.2019
    Hot August Night. Neil Diamond. 24 tracks. Released in Tracklist.
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    Fegami 27.08.2019
    Feb 25,  · Year Hot August Night/NYC Live from Madison Square Garden. 💎NEIL DIAMOND ~ PLAY ME [HAN ] - Duration: NEIL DIAMOND CENTRAL , views.
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    Dout 27.08.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hot August Night on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Soft Rock Neil Diamond: Hot August Night.
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    Febei 28.08.2019
    Hot August Night Ill cements Diamond's mastery of the live stage and his unique connection with audiences the world over. This is the first time that Hot August Night Ill will be available on vinyl and will be available as a sea glass limited-edition 2LP.
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    Vojora 23.08.2019
    Neil Diamond is a master showman, I got this album when Vinyl ruled the media and I played this album until it couldn't be played anymore, I love Neil Diamond, even after all of these years, he can still do it for me in every song he sings and this album is no exception/5().
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    Zulkilkis 27.08.2019
    Neil Diamond chronology; Headed for the Future () Hot August Night II () The Best Years of Our Lives () Hot August Night II is a live album by Neil Diamond. This is a follow-up to his double album Hot August Night, which is also a live album. This album .
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    Nikojora 22.08.2019
    The music on Hot August Night is a fine presentation of the entire spectrum of the Diamond oeuvre, from "Solitary Man" to "Song Sung Blue." It's great, pretentious, goofy pop. Neil has always had a marvelously evocative, hymn-like quality, but it's pure Hollywood reverence, and he really should get a gig writing soundtracks. Which is no putdown.

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