The Legendary Songs of Neil Diamond

Neil Diamond, a name synonymous with musical excellence, has left an indelible mark on the world of music. With a career spanning over six decades, he has gifted us with an array of unforgettable songs that have resonated with generations. In this exploration, we embark on a journey through his iconic catalog, celebrating the enduring charm and enduring legacy of the songs that define Neil Diamond’s musical genius.

Biggest Top 40 Hits

You Don’t Bring Me Flowers (with Barbra Streisand) 1979 (#1 for 2 Weeks)

This timeless duet by Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand, reaching the number one spot, captures the poignant tale of a fading romance. Their emotive vocals and heartfelt lyrics make it a classic love ballad.

Cracklin’ Rosie 1970 (#1 for 1 Week)

“Cracklin’ Rosie” is an infectious Neil Diamond hit that topped the charts in 1970. Its catchy melody and lively rhythm make it an upbeat anthem, showcasing Diamond’s signature musical charisma.

Song Sung Blue 1972 (#1 for 1 Week)

In 1972, Neil Diamond’s “Song Sung Blue” became an instant classic, reaching number one on the charts. Its introspective lyrics and memorable melody paint a vivid picture of the emotions conveyed through music.

I Am…I Said 1971 (#4)

“I Am…I Said” is a soul-searching Neil Diamond song from 1971. Although it reached number four on the charts, its deep lyrics and emotional delivery have made it a fan favorite, reflecting Diamond’s introspective side.

Longfellow Serenade 1975 (#5)

Neil Diamond’s “Longfellow Serenade,” released in 1975 and peaking at number five, is a romantic masterpiece. Its poetic lyrics and lush orchestration create a serenading experience, evoking the essence of love and longing.

Timeless Songs Beyond the Charts

Beyond the charts and the fleeting trends of the music industry, Diamond’s top songs have become timeless classics. Join us on a journey as we delve into the magic of Neil Diamond’s other musics.

1966

  • Solitary Man
  • Cherry, Cherry
  • I Got the Feelin’ (Oh No No)

1968

  • New Orleans
  • Red Red Wine
  • Brooklyn Roads
  • Two-Bit Manchild
  • Sunday Sun

1970

  • Holly Holy
  • Shilo
  • Until It’s Time for You to Go
  • Soolaimon (African Trilogy II)
  • Solitary Man
  • Do It
  • He Ain’t Heavy…He’s My Brother

1973

  • “Cherry Cherry” from Hot August Night
  • The Long Way Home
  • The Last Thing on My Mind
  • Be

1976

  • If You Know What I Mean
  • Don’t Think….Feel

1979

  • Forever in Blue Jeans
  • You Don’t Bring Me Flowers
  • Say Maybe
  • September Morn’

1982

  • On the Way to the Sky
  • Be Mine Tonight
  • Heartlight

1984

  • Turn Around

1967

  • You Got to Me
  • Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon
  • I Thank the Lord for the Night Time
  • Kentucky Woman

1969

  • Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show

1971

  • Done Too Soon
  • I’m a Believer
  • Stones / Crunchy Granola Suite

1972

  • Play Me
  • Walk on Water

1974

  • Skybird

1975

  • I’ve Been This Way Before

1977

  • Desiree

1980

  • The Good Lord Loves You
  • Love on the Rocks

1981

  • Hello Again
  • America
  • Yesterday’s Songs

1983

  • I’m Alive
  • Front Page Story

1986

  • Headed for the Future