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Personnel: Neil Diamond, Waylon Jennings, Buffy Lawson, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Rosemary Butler, Raul Malo (vocals); Hal Ketchum (vocals, acoustic guitar); Dan Dugmore (acoustic...Read more

Tennessee Moon by Neil Diamond (CD, Feb-1996, Columbia (USA))

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Album Features
Artist:Neil Diamond
Release Year:1996
Record Label:Columbia (USA)

Track Listing
1. Tennessee Moon
2. One Good Love
3. Shame
4. A Matter of Love
5. Marry Me
6. Deep Inside of You
7. Gold Don't Rust
8. Like You Do
9. Can Anybody Hear Me
10. Win the World
11. No Limit
12. Reminisce for a While
13. Kentucky Woman
14. If I Lost My Way
15. Everybody
16. Talking Optimist Blues (Good Day Today)
17. Open Wide These Prison Doors
18. Blue Highway - (featuring Chet Atkins)

Playing Time:68 min.
Contributing Artists:Waylon Jennings, Chet Atkins, Hal Ketchum, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Mark O'Connor, Raul Malo, Buffy Lawson, Sandy Knox
Distributor:Sony Music Distribution (
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
Personnel: Neil Diamond, Waylon Jennings, Buffy Lawson, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Rosemary Butler, Raul Malo (vocals); Hal Ketchum (vocals, acoustic guitar); Dan Dugmore (acoustic, electric & pedal steel guitars); Richard Bennett (acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, guitarophone); Gary Burr, Chet Atkins (acoustic guitar, background vocals); Doug Rhone (acoustic & electric guitars); Mark Casstevens, Gary Nicholson, Steve Gibson, Biff Watson, Paul Worley (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason, Brent Rowan, Chris Leuzinger, Dan Huff (electric guitar); Bruce Bouton (lap steel & pedal steel guitars); Sam Bush (mandolin, fiddle); Jonathan Yudkin, Andrea Zonn, Tammy Rogers, Mark O'Connor, Rob Hajacos (fiddle); Nashville String Machine (strings); Bob Gaudio (accordion, background vocals); Jo-El Sonnier (accordion); Matt Rollings, Dennis Burnside (piano, Hammond B-3 organ); Alan Lindgren (piano, Hammond B-3 organ, keyboards); Al Kooper (Hammond B-3 organ); David Hungate (acoustic bass, bass); Michael Rhodes, Reinie Press (bass); Dave Pomeroy (fretless bass); Ron Tutt, Paul Leim, Chester Thompson (drums); Lonnie Wilson (drums, percussion); Sam Bacco (percussion); John Wesley Ryles, Dennis Wilson, Curtis Wright, Curtis Young, Jana King, Stephanie Bentley, Harry Stinson, Debra Black, Kathy Burdick, Bill LaBounty, Melodie Crittenden, Beth Hooker (background vocals).Producers: Don Cook, James Stroud, Richard Landis, Bob Gaudio, Paul Worley.Engineers: Mike Bradley, Bernie Becker, Justin Niebank.Personnel: Neil Diamond (vocals); Hal Ketchum (vocals, acoustic guitar, background vocals); Buffy Lawson (vocals, background vocals); Rosemary Butler, Waylon Jennings (vocals); Richard Bennett (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin); Lonnie Wilson (guitar, drums, percussion); Dan Dugmore (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, steel guitar); Doug Rhone, Steve Gibson (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Gary Nicholson (acoustic guitar, tambourine); Chet Atkins, Gary Burr (acoustic guitar, background vocals); Mark Casstevens, Paul Worley, Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Chris Leuzinger, Dann Huff, Brent Mason , Brent Rowan (electric guitar); Bruce Bouton (steel guitar); Sam Bush (mandolin, fiddle); Mark O'Connor , Andrea Zonn, Rob Hajacos, Tammy Rogers, Jonathan Yudkin (fiddle); Bob Gaudio (accordion, keyboards, background vocals); Jo-El Sonnier (accordion); Alan Lindgren (piano, keyboards); Dennis Burnside, Matt Rollings (piano); David Hungate (upright bass, bass guitar); Reinie Press, Michael Rhodes (bass guitar); Dave Pomeroy (fretless bass); Chester Thompson , Ron Tutt, Paul Leim (drums); Sam Bacco (percussion); Beth Hooker, Curtis Wright, Curtis Young, Harry Stinson, Debra Black, Jana King, John Wesley Ryles, Melodie Crittenden, Stephanie Bentley, Bill LaBounty, Dennis Wilson , Kathy Burdick (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Justin Neibank; Mike Bradley.Unknown Contributor Role: Rob Hajacos.Arranger: Alan Lindgren.TENNESSEE MOON finds Neil Diamond duetting with Waylon Jennings, co-writing with Harlan Howard, and backed by the cream of modern country session musicians. It's his Nashville move, and it's bookended by two wonderful paeans to the country life. The album-opening title cut is a country-rocker that features some jangly electric guitar, pedal steel and fiddle, and a lyric about a songwriter leaving Hollywood behind and moving to Nashville in search of Hank Williams' spirit. "Blue Highway" is even better. Co-written by Diamond and Howard (author of "I Fall To Pieces," "Heartaches By The Number" and many other country standards), it rejects big-city life with the quiet authority of a cowboyish acoustic-guitar strum and a pledge to leave town via the side roads (because the interstate "represents all the things I hate").As it happens, the sixteen cuts in between, written with various Nashville pros, leave Hollywood only half-behind

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