Neil Diamond – The Movie Album: As Time Goes By (1988/2016) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

Neil Diamond - The Movie Album: As Time Goes By (1988/2016) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Neil Diamond
Album: The Movie Album: As Time Goes By
Genre: Pop, Soft Rock, Singer-Songwriter
Release Date: 1988/2016
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 01:06:51
Total Tracks: 20
Total Size: 2,99 GB


1-01. Neil Diamond – As Time Goes By (02:56)
1-02. Neil Diamond – Secret Love (03:39)
1-03. Neil Diamond – Unchained Melody (03:49)
1-04. Neil Diamond – Can You Feel The Love Tonight (04:08)
1-05. Neil Diamond – The Way You Look Tonight (02:41)
1-06. Neil Diamond – Love With The Proper Stranger (03:28)
1-07. Neil Diamond – Puttin’ On The Ritz (02:57)
1-08. Neil Diamond – When You Wish Upon A Star (02:45)
1-09. Neil Diamond – The Windmills Of Your Mind (04:22)
1-10. Neil Diamond – Ebb Tide (02:38)
2-01. Neil Diamond – True Love (03:10)
2-02. Neil Diamond – My Heart Will Go On (04:12)
2-03. Neil Diamond – The Look Of Love (03:59)
2-04. Neil Diamond – In The Still Of The Night (04:40)
2-05. Neil Diamond – Moon River (03:31)
2-06. Neil Diamond – Ruby (03:16)
2-07. Neil Diamond – Suite Sinatra: I’ve Got You Under My Skin / One For My Baby (04:22)
2-08. Neil Diamond – And I Love Her (02:25)
2-09. Neil Diamond – Can’t Help Falling In Love (03:06)
2-10. Neil Diamond – As Time Goes By (Reprise) (00:47)


On this lazy, nearly shameless album (two CDs that don’t even make it to 70 minutes combined), Neil Diamond visits movie songs past (“As Time Goes By”) and present (“My Heart Will Go On”) with stops along the way for takes on almost anything you would anticipate an album and artist like this would cover (“Unchained Melody”? There. “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”? Ditto. “Moon River”? Yep, it’s there.) Assisted by conductor Elmer Bernstein and an 80-piece orchestra, Diamond takes a 20-song stroll down film memory lane on The Movie Album: As Time Goes By with a bombast that often borders on parody. Oversinging like he’s never oversung before, Diamond makes even the most inspired tunes of the bunch (“And I Love Her,” “Can’t Help Falling in Love”) into Branson-worthy set pieces that are all melodramatic glitz and no style. A black stain on both Diamond and movies.

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