the cascades - rhythm of the rain - processed
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the cascades - rhythm of the rain - processed "stereo"

Edit for headphones.* The Cascades – a name inspired by a nearby box of dishwashing detergent - went to Gold Star Studios in Los Angeles in 1962 to record this song John Gummoe wrote in his Navy days on watch during a thunderstorm. The musicians included the "Wrecking Crew" - Jim Owens on drums, Carol Kaye, on bass and Glen Campbell on guitar - arranged by Perry Botkin, Jr. Released in November 1962, it became a major hit in over 80 countries.
#1 hit in Ireland, #1 in Canada, #3 in Australia, #3 in the US, #5 in the UK, #7 in Norway, #14 in Belgium. In 1999 BMI listed the song as the ninth most performed song on radio/TV in the 20th century.

Gummoe left the band in 1967, tired of being on the road. He later said: "I left the group in '67. I got tired of living out of a suitcase and being on the road all the time and being married to The Cascades and not having my life." "We went on the road quite a bit. We weren't booked the way we should've been booked. We should've been playing Chicago, Philadelphia, New York and Cleveland. Instead we were playing Spearfish, South Dakota. Places like that. (laughs) It was all poorly handled, but it was forty years ago and that's the way things unfolded. I have no regrets because I wrote the song and the song brings me in a nice living." **

The band was John Gummoe: vocals. Charles Crews: guitar, vocals. Tony Grasso: bass guitar, vocals. Gabe Lapano: keyboards, vocals.

RHYTHM OF THE RAIN
(John Claude Gummoe)

listen to the rhythm of the falling rain
telling me just what a fool I've been
I wish that it would go and let me cry in vain
and let me be alone again

the only girl I've ever loved has gone away
looking for a brand new start
but little does she know that when she left that day
along with her she took my heart

rain please tell me now does that seem fair
for her to steal my heart away when she don't care?
I can't love another when my heart 's somewhere far away

the only girl I've ever loved has gone away
looking for a brand new start
but little does she know that when she left that day
along with her she took my heart

(celeste solo)

rain won't you tell her that I love her so
please ask the sun to set her heart aglow
rain in her heart and let the love we knew start to grow

listen to the rhythm of the falling rain
tell
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Views: 402
Uploaded: 2 years ago
Duration: 02:53
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Videos: 407
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Description
the cascades - rhythm of the rain - processed "stereo"

Edit for headphones.* The Cascades – a name inspired by a nearby box of dishwashing detergent - went to Gold Star Studios in Los Angeles in 1962 to record this song John Gummoe wrote in his Navy days on watch during a thunderstorm. The musicians included the "Wrecking Crew" - Jim Owens on drums, Carol Kaye, on bass and Glen Campbell on guitar - arranged by Perry Botkin, Jr. Released in November 1962, it became a major hit in over 80 countries.
#1 hit in Ireland, #1 in Canada, #3 in Australia, #3 in the US, #5 in the UK, #7 in Norway, #14 in Belgium. In 1999 BMI listed the song as the ninth most performed song on radio/TV in the 20th century.

Gummoe left the band in 1967, tired of being on the road. He later said: "I left the group in '67. I got tired of living out of a suitcase and being on the road all the time and being married to The Cascades and not having my life." "We went on the road quite a bit. We weren't booked the way we should've been booked. We should've been playing Chicago, Philadelphia, New York and Cleveland. Instead we were playing Spearfish, South Dakota. Places like that. (laughs) It was all poorly handled, but it was forty years ago and that's the way things unfolded. I have no regrets because I wrote the song and the song brings me in a nice living." **

The band was John Gummoe: vocals. Charles Crews: guitar, vocals. Tony Grasso: bass guitar, vocals. Gabe Lapano: keyboards, vocals.

RHYTHM OF THE RAIN
(John Claude Gummoe)

listen to the rhythm of the falling rain
telling me just what a fool I've been
I wish that it would go and let me cry in vain
and let me be alone again

the only girl I've ever loved has gone away
looking for a brand new start
but little does she know that when she left that day
along with her she took my heart

rain please tell me now does that seem fair
for her to steal my heart away when she don't care?
I can't love another when my heart 's somewhere far away

the only girl I've ever loved has gone away
looking for a brand new start
but little does she know that when she left that day
along with her she took my heart

(celeste solo)

rain won't you tell her that I love her so
please ask the sun to set her heart aglow
rain in her heart and let the love we knew start to grow

listen to the rhythm of the falling rain
tell
Category
Entertainment, Music
Autoplay: No Yes