Joel Diamond is an American record producer. He has produced 36 gold and platinum recordings and had over 54 recordings on the Billboard charts. Diamond grew up in Passaic, New Jersey, and graduated from Rider College (now Rider University), where he majored in business and psychology.
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The album includes the song that has been her last, thus far, to reach Billboard's Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary charts. "I Can't Say Goodbye to You" made its pop chart debut in the issue of the magazine dated May 23, 1981, and peaked at number 88 during its three weeks there. That same issue also marked its first appearance on the Adult Contemporary chart, where it spent four weeks and got as high as number 42.It also reached number 43 on the UK singles chart. The album's producer, Joel Diamond, had helmed a recording of "Save Me" by Donna McDaniel in 1977 that got as high as number 90 on the Hot 100, but MCA did not release Reddy's cover from this album as a single. Country artist Louise Mandrell did, however, have a number six Countryhit with it two years after the release of this album, in 1983.
Side 1 1. "Optimism Blues" (Allen Toussaint) – 3:10 2. "Do It Like You Done It When You Meant It" (Howard Greenfield, Neil Sedaka) – 3:28 3. "I Can't Say Goodbye to You" (Becky Hobbs) – 3:46 4. "Save Me" (Guy Fletcher, Doug Flett) – 3:10 5. "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me" (Pino Donaggio, Simon Napier-Bell, Vicki Wickham) – 2:43 Side 2 1. "The Stars Fell on California" (Johnny Bristol) – 3:54 2. "I Don't Know Why (I Love That Guy)" (Becky Hobbs) – 2:35 3. "When I Dream" (Sandy Mason) – 3:54 4. "Let's Just Stay Home Tonight" (Lotti Golden, Richard Scher) – 3:09 5. "Play Me Out" (Lesley Gore, Carol Hall) – 3:07Helen Reddy – vocalsJoel Diamond – producer; rhythm track arranger; arranger and conductor for strings, horns and background vocals ("Play Me Out")
It was also Joel Diamond who turned musical superstar Johnny Drummond on "One Life To Live" into a real music superstar. After leaving the soap opera One Life to Live in 1984,   he pursued a singing and producing career in country music for several years.
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