Pop/Rock, Adult Contemporary, Singer/Songwriter, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Soft Rock

Album Review

Love at the Greek captures Neil Diamond at the height of his late-'70s excess. Considerably less kinetic and exciting than the previous double-live album Hot August Night, Love at the Greek finds Diamond at the peak of his powers as a schmaltzy showman, hamming up each of his songs for the audience. It's the kind of performance that will please both dedicated fans, who will love Diamond's no-holds-barred showmanship, as well as listeners with an ear for kitsch, who will no doubt treasure Diamond's immortal introduction "Ladies and gentlemen...the Fonz! Henry Winkler!" on "Song Sung Blue."
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Introduction
  2. Street Life
  3. Kentucky Woman
  4. Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good)
  5. Beautiful Noise
  6. Lady Oh
  7. Stargazer
  8. If You Know What I Mean
  9. Surviving the Life
  10. Glory Road
  11. Song Sung Blue
  12. Holly Holy
  13. Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show
  14. Jonathan Livingston Seagul: Be/Dear Father/Lonely Looking Sky/Sanctus/S
  15. I've Been This Way Before