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Neil Diamond is first and foremost a songwriter. He also loves his guitars that sit in the corner waiting for him to pick them up and "play me". One night he plugged in one of his old electric guitars, a poor mans lady "a not so expensive guitar" and as he played, the plug was shorting and "crackling" This old guitar had a rosewood neck, thus Crackling Rosie get on board like a guitar humming.Nuff Said
Wikipedia has the meaning of the song as discussed by Neil Diamond himself. Look it up to read it completely. The gist is that he had spent time with an Indian tribe where there were many more men than women so some nights the single men of the tribe would enjoy their drink (a sparking [crackling] red wine type of alcoholic beverage).It clearly could be about a woman and I'm sure he knew that easy double meaning when he wrote it.
Many Neil Diamond fans have traditionally believed the crackling wine he was referring to was Sparkling Mateus Rose, a medium quality, low priced artificially carbonated wine favored by college students on the West Coast of the U.S. during the late 1960s and early 1970s, or Richards Wild Irish Rose, an alcoholic beverage produced by Centerra Wine Company, which is part of the Constellation Brands organization. 781b155fdc