23 Songs, 1 Hour 18 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Given the number and scope of Neil Diamond’s hit tunes, the prospect of putting together a representative collection—or even determining which are the “greatest”—is daunting. Happily, this comp is a stellar summary of Diamond’s most prolific period, highlighting jubilant classics from the ’60s (sing-alongs like the horn-drenched “Sweet Caroline” and organ-buoyed “I’m a Believer” are well-represented), as well as epic jams from the singer/songwriter’s rich ’70s catalog, like the plangent “Soolaimón” and “September Morn.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Given the number and scope of Neil Diamond’s hit tunes, the prospect of putting together a representative collection—or even determining which are the “greatest”—is daunting. Happily, this comp is a stellar summary of Diamond’s most prolific period, highlighting jubilant classics from the ’60s (sing-alongs like the horn-drenched “Sweet Caroline” and organ-buoyed “I’m a Believer” are well-represented), as well as epic jams from the singer/songwriter’s rich ’70s catalog, like the plangent “Soolaimón” and “September Morn.”

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