Only us die-hard fans even know about those songs. People in the audience would be scratching their heads wondering where on earth those songs came from. They weren't even hits. I personally love those 2 songs, but I doubt that his general audiences would. We on IAIS live in a little microcosm of die-hard Neilophyles. That is not the case with his general auiences IMO. How do I know this? Because everytime I go to a concert (including the Millennium concert which cost upwards to $1000 a seat) I meet people who have never been to a Neil Diamond concert before. They want to hear his hits, not some obscure songs that have been shelved for 30 or more years. They don't even like his new songs. They only want to hear the songs the dj's played endlessly when Neil was at his prime. That is the formula Neil has used over the years to stay popular with most general concert goers. Now and then he pulls one out of the vaults, but he would be treading on thin ice to do that too much.