What does "Soolaimon" mean in the song by Neil Diamond? And does anyone know what culture that word is from
- SunmanLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Soolaimon (recorded 1970)
From the album "Tap Root Manuscript"
"Originally written for an extended piece(‘The African Trilogy’) , Soolaimon took on a life of its own when it was presented to a live audience. The title is meant to be a variation of the word ‘Salamah’, meaning ‘Hello’ and ‘Welcome’ as well as ‘Good-bye’ and peace be with you’, in many languages."
" Song By Song " with Neil Diamond
From the information Booklet with the album "In My Lifetime"
- Anonymous4 years ago
Neil Diamond SoolaimonSource(s): https://shrinks.im/a8Zy7
- 4 years ago
Happy Birthday Neil..... Crackling Rosie Forever In Blue Jeans Love On The Rocks Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon Sweet Caroline.
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- PearlLv 44 years ago
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FINALLY, someone awesome has a birthday! Happy birthday Neil!! :) He could be 150 and I would *still* throw my panties at him <3 Don't have time for links, but: Sweet Caroline Holly Holy America Heartlight Girl You'll be a Woman Soon
- 1 decade ago
i belieave it is refer 2 King Solomon, teh son of King David. he rules the Israelites in like 1000 bc i tink.Source(s): bible!