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1996 — Save For A Rainy Day - (Sundazed Reissue)
« on: January 01, 2010, 03:03:49 PM »


1996

SAVE FOR A RAINY DAY — Sundazed SC 11035


• Yellow Balloon — Version Two / Stereo
(Zekley - St. John - Lee)

• Here Comes the Rain — Stereo
(Nat Ormsby [Dean Torrence])

• Lullaby in the Rain (California Lullaby) — Stereo
(Nat Ormsby [Dean Torrence])

• Taste of Rain — Version Two / Stereo
(Nat Ormsby [Dean Torrence])

• Yellow Balloon — Mono
(Zekley - St. John - Lee)

• Here Comes the Rain — Mono
(Nat Ormsby [Dean Torrence])

• Pocket Full of Rainbows — Mono
(Weisman - Wise)

• When Sunny Gets Blue — Mono
(Segal - Fisher)

• Like A Summer Rain — Mono
(Zekley - Dean)

• Raindrops — Mono
(Clark)

• Rain on the Roof — Mono
(Sebastian)

• Cryin' in the Rain — Mono
(Greenfield - King)

• Taste of Rain — Mono
(Nat Ormsby [Dean Torrence])

• Save For A Rainy Day Theme — Mono
(Knechtel)

• Yellow Balloon — Version One / Stereo
(Zekley - St. John - Lee)

• Taste of Rain — Version One / Stereo
(Nat Ormsby [Dean Torrence])

• Rain Clouds Long Gone *
(Incorrectly titled and credited to Nat Ormsby)
* This is actually Jan Berry's 1965 backing track for "I Can't Wait To Love You" (a song arranged and produced by Jan, and written by Jan Berry, Roger Christian, and George Tipton). Unlike everything else on Dean's album, this is a big-studio Wrecking Crew track.

• When Sunny Gets Blue — Instrumental track / Stereo
(Segal - Fisher)

• Pocket Full of Rainbows — Stereo
(Weisman - Wise)

• Rain on the Roof — Stereo
(Sebastian)

• Yellow Balloon — Instruntal Version Two / Stereo
(Zekley - St. John - Lee)

• Taste of Rain — Instrumental track / Stereo
(Nat Ormsby [Dean Torrence])

• Save For A Rainy Day Theme — Stereo
(Knechtel)


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Produced by Dean Torrence

Issued as Jan & Dean

Liner Notes: Elliot Kendall, Jud Cost's Dean Torrence Interview, and Bob Irwin