Jim Diamond is Singer/Songwriter Jim Diamond's self-titled and third studio album. Diamond was assisted by old friends Graham Lyle and Chris Parren, who had worked with him on previous albums. The album featured tracks like "Broadway" (which was released as a single), "Could Have Fooled Me" and "Second Chance". The Last Time" was also released as a single ("Miracles" was the B-Side.
Jim Diamond was Jim Diamond's first studio album in five years (not to be confused with its identically-named 1988 predecessor). Featuring nine new songs and three re-recordings "Hi Ho Silver", "I Won't Let You Down" and "I Should Have Known Better". The album charted at Number 16 in the UK Charts. I Won't Let You Down" . 7. I Should Have Known Better" . 0.
Producer – Jim Diamond, Ken GoldWritten-By – Jim Diamond. Producer – A. Fuest, Jim DiamondWritten-By – J. Diamond, Wickens. Design – Mainartery. Studio album by. Jim Diamond. I Still Love You" . 3. We Dance the Night Away" . 8.
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In 1993 he released the album Jim Diamond, which reached No 16 on the UK charts, and went on tour performing acoustic versions of his catalogue of songs. In the late 90s he teamed up with the saxophonist Chris Snake Davis, renowned for his studio work with M People, George Michael, Paul McCartney and many more, and they performed as The Blue Shoes. With the Hammond organist Paul Birchall, they also worked on Diamond’s 2005 album Souled and Healed. In 2009 PhD reunited to record a new album, Three. Ewen MacAskill writes: Jim Diamond had an almost infinite capacity for laughter. Bump into him in the street and, after a huge hug, a stream of anecdotes would follow, often with him doubling up at his own jokes and those of others. Typical of him was a small incident when we were watching our teenage kids play football.
|A||Broadway (The Broadway Mix)
Producer – Jim Diamond, Ken GoldRemix – Adam FuestWritten-By – J. Diamond*, Gold*
Producer – A. Fuest*, Jim DiamondWritten-By – J. Diamond*, Wickens*
|YZ 373, 6.15145, 247 721-7, 6.15145 AC||Jim Diamond||Broadway (7")||Teldec, Teldec, Teldec, Teldec||YZ 373, 6.15145, 247 721-7, 6.15145 AC||UK||1989|
|6. 15145, 247 721-7||Jim Diamond||Broadway (7")||Teldec, Teldec||6. 15145, 247 721-7||Germany||1988|