Say what you will about Neil Diamond — he's kitschy; his best songs are way behind him; he wears too many sequins — but at 64, when most Americans are preparing their retirement parties and pricing motor homes, Diamond is crisscrossing the US for his 2005 national tour. After seeing two of his August dates — one at Madison Square Garden and one at the Schhottenstein Center in Columbus, OH — any observer would be hard pressed not to give this jazzed singer his ...

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