|1||Bye Bye Now My Sweet Love|
Acoustic Guitar, Steel Guitar – Martin JennerBass Guitar – Dave MarkeeDrums – Henry SpinettiKeyboards – Pete WingfieldWritten-By – Tarney
|2||Too Good To Last|
Acoustic Guitar – Steve WolfeBass Guitar – Kevin DunneDrums – Neill AdamsElectric Guitar – Gary WaghornKeyboards – Tony LambertWritten-By – Scott-Wolfe
|3||My Guns Are Loaded|
Acoustic Guitar – Alan Tarney, Steve WolfeBass Guitar – Kevin DunneDobro – Mike BarkerDrums – Neill AdamsHarmonica – Graham SmithPiano – Tony LambertSynthesizer [Moog] – JasperTuba – Frank TomesWritten-By – Scott-Wolfe
|4||If You Ever Need Me Again|
Acoustic Guitar – Steve WolfeBass Guitar – Kevin DunneDrums – Neill AdamsElectric Guitar – Gary WaghornKeyboards – Tony LambertTenor Saxophone – Chris MercerWritten-By – Scott-Wolfe
Bass Guitar – Kevin DunneCowbell – JasperDrums – Neill AdamsElectric Guitar – Ed HamiltonElectric Guitar [12 String] – Gary WaghornElectric Piano, Organ – Tony LambertPiano – Pete WingfieldWritten-By – Petty
|6||What A Way To Treat My Heart|
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Slide Guitar – Martin JennerAcoustic Guitar, Lute [Pietro] – Steve WolfeBass Guitar – Dave MarkeeDrums – Henry SpinettiKeyboards – Pete WingfieldMandolin – Hugh BurnsWritten-By – Scott-Wolfe
|7||Words Can Change Your Life|
Acoustic Guitar – Steve WolfeBass Guitar – Kevin DunneElectric Guitar – Hugh BurnsKeyboards – Tony LambertWritten-By – Scott-Wolfe
|8||Baby I Just Love You|
Acoustic Guitar – Steve WolfeBass Guitar – Kevin DunneDrums – Neill AdamsElectric Guitar – Ed Hamilton, Gary WaghornKeyboards – Tony LambertTenor Saxophone – Chris MercerWritten-By – Scott-Wolfe
|9||I'm A Fool|
Acoustic Guitar – Steve WolfeKeyboards – Pete WingfieldWritten-By – Scott-Wolfe
|10||The Eyes Of A Fool|
Acoustic Guitar – Steve WolfeBass Guitar – Kevin DunneDrums – Neill AdamsElectric Guitar – Alan TarneyKeyboards – Tony LambertSteel Guitar – Martin JennerWritten-By – Scott-Wolfe
|PL 25194||Bonnie Tyler||Diamond Cut (LP, Album, Gat)||RCA||PL 25194||UK||1979|
|JRLP-3261, AFL1-3072||Bonnie Tyler||Diamond Cut (LP, Album)||RCA, RCA||JRLP-3261, AFL1-3072||South Korea||1979|
|GLAM CD 102||Bonnie Tyler||Diamond Cut (CD, Album, RM)||7T's Records||GLAM CD 102||UK||2010|
|RVP-6352||Bonnie Tyler||Diamond Cut (LP, Album, Promo)||RCA||RVP-6352||Japan||1979|
|PK 25194||Bonnie Tyler||Diamond Cut (Cass, Album)||RCA||PK 25194||Finland||1979|
- Arranged By [Strings, Oboe, And French Horns] – Mike McNaught ("Son Of Zero")
- Art Direction, Sleeve [Design] – Graves/Aslett
- Backing Vocals – Bonnie Tyler, Steve Wolfe
- Engineer – Robin Geoffrey Cable
- Engineer [Assistant] – Pete Schwier, Phil Thornley, Smudger Fromberg
- Photography By – Derek Aslett
- Producer – Robin Geoffrey Cable, Ronnie Scott and Steve Wolfe
- Sleeve [Concept] – Steve Weltman
Tracks A1, thru A3, B3 thru B5 published by Scott-Wolfe Songs and Prince of Wales Music Publishing Inc. ASCAP
Tracks A4, B2 published by Pi-Gem Music Inc. BMI
Track A5 published by ATV Music Corp. BMI
Track B1 published by Skyhill Publishing Co., Inc. BMI
Track B3 Copyright © 1976
Tracks A2, B1, B5 Copyright © 1977
Tracks A1, A3, A5, B4 Copyright © 1978
Tracks A4, B2 Copyright © 1979
Alan Tarney appears courtesy of A&M Records
TMK (s) ® Registered • Marca(s) Registrada(s) RCA Corporation
1979 RCA Limited, Record Division • RCA Records, N.Y. • Printed in U.S.A.
LP liner includes titles, credits, lyrics on one side, and a b&w diamond cut image with credits on the opposite side.
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 etched ): N 3 H
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 stamped): AFL1-3072A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 etched ): A 3 F
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 stamped): AFL1-3072B-1
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Rights Society: BMI
- Copyright (c) – RCA Ltd.
- Mixed At – RAK Studios
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Records
- Produced For – Soundbarrier Ltd.
- Published By – Scott-Wolfe Songs
- Published By – Prince of Wales Music Publishing Inc.
- Published By – Pi-Gem Music Inc.
- Published By – ATV Music Corp.
- Published By – Skyhill Publishing Co., Inc.
- Recorded At – RAK Studios
Diamond Cut is the third studio album by Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler. It was released in February 1979 by RCA Records. Chuck Pratt of The Pittsburgh Press described the album as a charmer, but stated that none of the songs were blockbuster, like It's a Heartache from her previous album. He highlighted The Eyes of a Fool, What a Way to Treat My Heart and Louisiana Rain as the best tracks. All tracks are written by Ronnie Scott and Steve Wolfe, except where noted. Bonnie Tyler vocals. Album 1979 17 Songs. Diamond Cut. Bonnie Tyler. Vocal Cut. Bonnie Tyler - Diamond Cut 1979. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Label: RCA Records. Release Date: February 1979. If You Ever Need Me Again. Too Good to Last. What a Way to Treat My Heart. Diamond Cut is Bonnies third studio album. It was recorded with Ronnie Scott, Steve Wolfe and Robin Geoffrey Cable. Connect with Bonnie. Tour Dates. Coronavirus Update. Latest News. Preview Songs from Bonnies New Album 23 May 2020. New Charity Single with Lorraine Crosby Out Now 15 May 2020. Bonnie Tyler chronology. Natural Force 1978. Diamond Cut 1979. Goodbye to the Island 1981. Singles from Diamond Cut. My Guns Are Loaded Released: November 1978. Louisiana Rain Released: December 1978. Band Name Bonnie Tyler. Album Name Diamond Cut. Type Album. Released date 1979. Labels Opus RCA Victor. Other productions from Bonnie Tyler. Between the Earth and the Stars. Rocks and Honey. Bonnie Tyler's third studio album was released in 1979. It did not chart in the United Kingdom but, just like its precedessors, was quite popular in the Nordic countries despite not reaching the top ten in either Sweden no. 14, Norway no. 14 or Finland no. 13 this time. Additional track on RE: 12 - My Guns Are Loaded Country Single Version. All songs from Diamond Cut 1979 album. What do you think about this album and songs http. Listen free to Bonnie Tyler Diamond Cut If You Ever Need Me Again, Too Good To Last and more. Beginning as a local singer in Swansea, Tyler came to prominence with the release of her 1976 album The WListen free to Bonnie Tyler Diamond Cut If You Ever Need Me Again, Too Good To Last and more. 10 tracks 35:30. Beginning as a local singer in Swansea, Tyler came to prominence with the release of her 1976 album The W read more. Similar Artists