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Sunday Sun - Neil Diamond - Velvet Gloves And Spit (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Velvet Gloves and Spit is the third album by Neil demtioriddtanphoku.tranrataguttlecfinapetsbomjenunli.co first for MCA's Uni label, it included three low-charting singles: "Brooklyn Roads" (No. 58), "Two-Bit Manchild" (No. 66) and "Sunday Sun" (No. 68).. Upon its initial release in , the album had 10 songs. After the success of Diamond's next three albums, it was re-issued in October with a new sleeve and included a remake of Genre: Pop, rock.
  2. Feb 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Velvet Gloves And Spit on Discogs. Label: Uni Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country •/5(23).
  3. Neil Diamond's Velvet gloves and spit, had some good tunes, Brooklyn Roads, Honey dripping time and Merry go Round, the one song that stood out as kind of controversial for , The Pot Smoking Song, was different, but it showed Neil trying create a new sound get out of thr Brill Bldg influence of KIrschner, Barry and Greenwich/5(33).
  4. Feb 27,  · "Velvet Gloves and Spit" is the third album by Neil Diamond released October 15, His first for MCA's UNI label, its initial release included ten songs. It was re-pressed in October with the same issue number, but new artwork and now included a re-recording of "Shilo" that included a new backing track and alternate vocal take recorded /5().
  5. Neil Diamond's debut LP for Uni Records and his earliest extant album, Velvet Gloves and Spit has appeared in two distinctly different versions. Originally issued in October of as a ten-song LP with a photograph of Diamond in close-up on the cover, it attracted relatively little attention despite some excellent songs and one bold (if heavy-handed and misguided) effort at serious, topical 7/
  6. Velvet Gloves and Spit is the third album by Neil Diamond. His first for MCA's Uni label, it included three low-charting singles: "Brooklyn Roads", "Two-Bit Manchild" and "Sunday Sun". Upon its initial release in , it only had ten songs/5(3).
  7. Neil Diamond's Velvet gloves and spit, had some good tunes, Brooklyn Roads, Honey dripping time and Merry go Round, the one song that stood out as kind of controversial for , The Pot Smoking Song, was different, but it showed Neil trying create a new sound get out of thr Brill Bldg influence of KIrschner, Barry and Greenwich/5(29).
  8. Neil Diamond's debut LP for Uni Records and his earliest extant album, Velvet Gloves and Spit has appeared in two distinctly different versions. Originally issued in October of as a ten-song LP with a photograph of Diamond in close-up on the cover, it attracted relatively little attention despite some excellent songs and one bold (if heavy.
  9. Diamond's most enjoyable and consistentally great album from the 60'demtioriddtanphoku.tranrataguttlecfinapetsbomjenunli.co others have said,Velvet Gloves and Spit has a late 60's New York city flavour to demtioriddtanphoku.tranrataguttlecfinapetsbomjenunli.co is because this is the only album that Diamond wrote and recorded in New York as a "serious artist" experimenting and expressing personal demtioriddtanphoku.tranrataguttlecfinapetsbomjenunli.co is no country influences on these demtioriddtanphoku.tranrataguttlecfinapetsbomjenunli.co no big demtioriddtanphoku.tranrataguttlecfinapetsbomjenunli.cod Velvet Gloves.

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