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I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight
     

I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight

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by Neil Diamond
 

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I'm Glad You're Here With Me Tonight suffers from stilted, polished production, and a poor selection of songs; "Free Man in Paris" and "God Only Knows" may be great songs, but they're not suited to Diamond's easy listening arrangements. Only "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" stands out among the bland filler, and that is better heard on his

Overview

I'm Glad You're Here With Me Tonight suffers from stilted, polished production, and a poor selection of songs; "Free Man in Paris" and "God Only Knows" may be great songs, but they're not suited to Diamond's easy listening arrangements. Only "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" stands out among the bland filler, and that is better heard on his subsequent album, also titled You Don't Bring Me Flowers.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/01/2008
Label:
Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC:
0886972484129
catalogNumber:
724841

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Neil Diamond   Primary Artist
Ray Kelley   Cello
Tom Scott   Horn
Bobby Shew   Trumpet
King Errisson   Percussion
Bob Hardaway   Multiple Reeds
Bob Stone   Bass
Murray Adler   Violin
Arnold Belnick   Violin
Richard Bennett   Guitar,Electric Guitar
Samuel Boghossian   Viola
Bruening   Violin
Vince Charles   Percussion
Sal Crimi   Violin
Mallory Earl   Overdubs
Jesse Ehrlich   Cello
Henry Ferber   Violin
Bob Findley   Trumpet
Chuck Findley   Trumpet
Elliott Fisher   Violin
Ronald Folsom   Violin
James Getzoff   Violin
Pamela Goldsmith   Viola
Emory Gordy   Guitar,Keyboards
Meg Grabb   Violin
Terry Harrington   Multiple Reeds
Allan Harshman   Viola
Tom Hensley   Piano,Conductor,Keyboards
Richard Hyde   Multiple Reeds
Robert Jung   Multiple Reeds
Armin Kaproff   Cello
Myra Kestenbaum   Viola
Jerry Kessler   Cello
Dennis Kirk   Overdubs
Lou Klass   Violin
Barbara Korn   Multiple Reeds
Bernard Kundell   Violin
William Kurash   Violin
Gayle LaVant   Harp
Marvin Lamonick   Violin
Jack Laubach   Trumpet
Alan Lindgren   Synthesizer,Piano,Conductor,Keyboards
Linda Lipsett   Viola
Charles Loper   Trombone
Joy Lyle   Violin
Steve Madaio   Multiple Reeds
Arthur Maebe   Multiple Reeds
Gordon Marin   Violin
Lew McCreary   Multiple Reeds
Peter Mercurio   Bass
Ollie Mitchell   Multiple Reeds
Tommy Morgan   Harmonica
Buell Neidlinger   Bass
Marilyn O'Brien   Background Vocals
Brian O'Connor   Multiple Reeds
Bob Payne   Trombone
William R. Perkins   Multiple Reeds
Stanley Plummer   Violin
Linda Press   Vocals,Background Vocals
Reinie Press   Bass,Bass Guitar
Doug Rhone   Guitar
Marni Robinson   French Horn
Jay Rosen   Violin
Nathan Ross   Violin
John Rotella   Multiple Reeds
Sheldon Sanov   Violin
Harry Schultz   Cello
David Schwartz   Viola
Sid Sharp   Strings
Dennis St. John   Drums
Gloria Strassner   Cello
Linn Subotnick   Viola
Tony Terran   Multiple Reeds
George Thatcher   Multiple Reeds
Marcia Van Dyke   Violin
Herschel Weiss   Viola
Tibor Zelig   Violin
Tommy Johnson   Tuba
Michael Nowak   Viola
Ernie Tack   Trombone
Alan Robinson   French Horn

Technical Credits

Neil Diamond   Composer,Contributor
Joni Mitchell   Composer
Brian Wilson   Composer
Richard Bennett   Composer
Alan Bergman   Composer
Marilyn Bergman   Composer
Bob Gaudio   Composer,Producer
Tom Hensley   Arranger
Alan Lindgren   Arranger
Judy Parker   Composer
Bill Schnee   Engineer
Sid Sharp   Contributor
Tony Asher   Composer
J. Parker   Composer

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I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Evelyn33 More than 1 year ago
It is worth buying this album for the title track and the song "Once in a While." Classic Diamond. I love it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have always found this to be a very good album by Diamond. Unlike the original review on this page, I find his version of the Beach Boys "God Only Knows" to be much better than the Beach Boys version because of the romantic nature of the song and I am a fan of both Diamond and The Beach Boys. If you are a Neil Diamond fan at all, you will like this album without a doubt. And as popular as "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" is, it may very well be the weakest song on the album. "As If", "Desiree", and "Let Me Take You In My Arms Again" are very good songs and his version of "Free Man In Paris" is pretty powerful, as well.