Various tracks off the “Rain From The Skies Riddim”
The “Rain From The Skies Riddim” was originally produced by Clement “Coxsone” Dodd for Studio One record label. Therefore, it is a Rocksteady track of good quality. It starts with the warm sound of a mellow trombone solo.
In 1968, Wilson Delroy recorded a cover of “Rain From The Skies” made famous by Johnnie Walker in 1964. Like Bill Withers, he sings that the sun is gone since his girlfriend has gone away. He’s so saddened by her departure that he can’t make the difference between the rain and his tears. It’s a very romantic song like many of the early Rocksteady material. Since 1968, various producers have re cut and remade this musical treasure.
So, as requested, I’m sharing with you a few tracks which were voiced on the “Rain From The Skies”.
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- Barry Brown – Rain From The Skies
- Dennis Brown – Rain From the Sky
- Don Clay – Rain From The Skies
- Gregory Isaacs – Tribal War
- Horace Andy – Rain From the Sky
- Norbert Clare – Love Is The Key
- Sanchez – Rain From The Skies
- Sugar Black – Didn’t I Blow Your Mind
Delroy Wilson – 1968
Johnnie Walker – Rain From the Skies (Hal David – Burt Bacharach) –
Arranged by Burt Bacharach, Cond. by Denny Randall