Serenade (Neil Diamond album)
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|Studio album by Neil Diamond|
|Released||October 26, 1974|
|Neil Diamond chronology|
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" (#5), "I've Been This Way Before" (#34) and "The Last Picasso". The album was also issued as a quadraphonic LP with some songs as alternate takes.
All tracks composed by Neil Diamond.
- "I've Been This Way Before"
- "Rosemary's Wine"
- "Lady Magdelene"
- "The Last Picasso"
- "Longfellow Serenade"
- "Yes I Will"
- "Reggae Strut"
- "The Gift of Song"
- Neil Diamond - vocals
- Richard Bennett - guitar
- Emory Gordy, Jr. - bass guitar
- Alan Lindgren, David Paich - keyboards
- Dennis St. John - drums
- Jimmie Haskell - arranger, conductor
|1974||Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart||1|
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December 2, 1974 - January 19, 1975
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