Ray Charles - I Can See Clearly Now FLAC album
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I can see clearly now the rain is gone I can see all obstacles in my way Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind It's gonna be a bright (bright) Bright (bright) sunshiny day It's gonna be a bright (bright) Bright (bright) sunshiny day. Oh yes, i can make it now the pain is gone All of the bad feelings have disappeared Here is the rainbow i've been praying for It's gonna be a bright (bright) Bright (bright) sunshiny day. (oo. look all around, there's nothing but blue Skyes Look straight ahead, there's nothing but blue skyes
1949–1953: Ray Charles, The Ray Charles Trio: "Sitting on Top of the World (Now She's Gone)", "I've Had My Fun (Going Down Slow)" (1949). See See Rider", "What Have I Done?" (1950). She's on the Ball", "Honey Honey" (1950). The Ego Song" ("Sweet As Can Be"), "Late in the Evening" (1950). Worried Life Blues/Someday Baby"), "I'll Do Anything but Work" (1950) . I Can See Clearly Now" b/w "Anonymous Love". Game Number Nine" b/w "A Peace That We Never Before Could Enjoy" (from Love & Peace). - "Ridin' Thumb" b/w "You Forgot Your Memory" (Non-album track). We Can Make It" b/w ""I Can't Stop Loving You Baby" (Non-album track). 101. 31. - 93. - - Doing His Thing. Claudie Mae" b/w "Someone to Watch over Me".
Includes bonus track SLEEPY SHORES, not included in other versions of this album. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Matrix, Runout (A Label): AL 32090.
I Can See Clearly Now is an album by American singer Johnny Nash, released in 1972. The album included two of his biggest hit singles, the title track ("I Can See Clearly Now") and "Stir It U. The song "I Can See Clearly Now" hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 4, 1972. Nash's backing band for the album was the Jamaican reggae group Fabulous Five In. .All tracks composed and arranged by Johhny Nash; except where indicated. Stir It Up" (Bob Marley).
Ray Charles' version of Johnny Nash's "I can see clearly now", was a soulful and excitingly different addition to the list of disco music in the late '70s. Fare thee well, "Uncle Ra. NDUKA UZUAKPUNDU. Iam looking for this album in CD but I can't to find it here in Moscow.
Album: I Can See Clearly Now (1972). Charted: 5 1. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. I Can See Clearly Now" was released in November 1972. Ray from Palm Bay, Idcan't help but think of the movie "up in smoke" Cheech sings this in the car after they get stoned. ray. palm bay, fl. Heather from Sacramento, CaThis song has always been special I think it might have been when I was born Dec 1972. March 2004 my youngest daughter was born and this song was on the radio in the . I knew that there were going to be big problems (the doctors didn't know yet) but that it would end happy and be a bright sun shiny day!
For the albums, see I Can See Clearly Now (Johnny Nash album) and I Can See Clearly Now (Gospel Gangstaz album). I Can See Clearly Now". I Can See Clearly Now" is a song written and recorded by Johnny Nash. It was a single from the album of the same name and achieved success in the United States and the United Kingdom when it was released in 1972, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was covered by many artists throughout the years, including a 1993 hit version by Jimmy Cliff, who re-recorded it for the motion picture soundtrack of Cool Runnings, where it reached the top 20 at No. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Verse: Bb Eb Bb Eb Bb I can see clearly now the rain is gone, well Bb Eb F I can see all obstacles in my way, yeah Bb Eb Bb Gone have the dark clouds that used to make me blind Ab Eb Bb It's gonna be a bright, (bright) bright, (bright) sun shiny day Ab Eb Bb Oh I can. see a bright, (bright) oh a little bright, now (bright) sun shiny day Verse: I think I can make it now that the rain is gone, yes I can All of the bad feelings have disappeared.
Legendary FM Broadcasts - KRLU Stuudio 6A, University Of Texas, Austin TX 23 October 1979.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||I Can See Clearly Now
Written-By – Johnny Nash
|B||The Jealous Kind
Written-By – Robert Guidry
- Distributed By – Discos Columbia, S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side): SQRI 2593-M
|MO 1772||Ray Charles||I Can See Clearly Now (7", Single, Promo)||London Records||MO 1772||Spain||1978|