Marc Cohn - The Rainy Season FLAC album
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1993 Music Video directed by Andrew Doucette. Guest appearance by Bonnie Raitt.
The overall album is warm and hypnotic, covering a variety of moods. It's a terrific and subtle piece of work.
Bouzouki, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion, Guitar – John LeventhalDrums – Dennis McDermottVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Marc Cohn. Backing Vocals – Arnold McCuller, Sir Harry Bowens, Sweet Pea Atkinson, Terry EvansBass – James "Hutch" Hutchinson Drums – Jim KeltnerElectric Guitar, Organ, Harmonica – John LeventhalPiano – Benmont TenchVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Marc Cohn.
Marc Cohn is the self-titled debut album released in 1991 by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn. The album peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard 200 Chart. It was RIAA certified gold in 1992 and was certified platinum in 1996. The album is known for the hit single "Walking in Memphis". Following the release of the album, Cohn won the 1992 Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Track 9 written by Willie Dixon; all other tracks written by Marc Cohn
Marc Craig Cohn (/koʊn/; born July 5, 1959) is an American folk rock singer-songwriter and musician. He won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1992. Cohn is best known for the song "Walking in Memphis" from his eponymous 1991 album; the song, which was a Top 40 hit, has been described as "an iconic part of the Great American Songbook". Cohn was born on July 5, 1959, in Cleveland, Ohio, to a Jewish family. He graduated from Beachwood High School in Beachwood, Ohio, a Cleveland suburb.
Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). If you considered Marc's debut to be boyish, then this album is about the adult. Baby King" describes the awe of being a father, when no matter what you do, the new center of attention is always going to beautifully upstage you. "Medicine Man" confronts a widowed physician who goes from house call to house call, looking for the lost love of his life in the healing of his patients.
Produced by Ben Wisch, John Leventhal & Marc Cohn. Album The Rainy Season. The Rainy Season Lyrics. Clouds move in From off the horizon Feels like nighttime In the middle of the day And I don't know why But it's still so suprisin' How a love grows stronger Or it just fades away. But you look older today Than I've ever seen you I think I know the reason We might wash all our tears away But you got to bundle up baby For the rainy season.
The Rainy Season, 1993. Rest for the Weary, 05:07. Mama's In the Moon, 02:16. Don't Talk to Her At Night, 03:02.
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|The Rainy Season||4:44|
|Paper Walls (Solo Acoustic Version)||3:36|
|7567-85711-2||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (CD, Maxi)||Atlantic||7567-85711-2||Germany||1993|
|PRCD 5251-2||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (CD, Single, Promo)||Atlantic||PRCD 5251-2||US||1993|