The Ann Peebles song "I Can't Stand the Rain" covered by

"I Can't Stand the Rain" is a song originally recorded by Ann Peebles, and written by Peebles, Don Bryant, and Bernard "Bernie" Miller. The song became Peebles' biggest hit when in 1973 it reached #38 on the US Pop Chart and #6 on the R&B/Black Chart. The single also reached #41 on the UK Pop Chart in April 1974. It was one of John Lennon's favorite songs and in a Billboard magazine article he commented, "It's the best song ever." Ian Dury chose this song as one of his eight songs when he appeared on Desert Island Discs. -- Wikipedia

The Ann Peebles song I Can't Stand the Rain was covered by ...

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  • Humble Pie covered the song on their 1974 album "Thunderbox".
  • Graham Central Station covered it on their 1975 album "Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It".
  • Ronnie Wood covered it on on his 1975 album "Now Look".
  • Simon Park covered it on on his 1975
  • Albert King covered it on on his 1977 album "The Blues Don't Change".
  • Eruption (featuring Precious Wilson) covered it on their 1977 eponymous albumm.
  • Top of the Pops covered it on the 1978 compilation "Top of the Pops - Volume 65".
  • Lowell George covered it on his 1979 album "Thanks, I'll Eat it Here".
  • The Hiltonaires covered it on their 1978 compilation "Hits For Young People 15".
  • Hortense Ellis covered it on her 1979 album "Irie Reggae Hits".
  • Phylis Wilson covered it on her 1981 single "I Can't Stand The Rain".
  • Tina Turner covered it on her 1984 album "Private Dancer". The album became an American top ten hit. Her version of the song found only minor success in the US and UK, but became a success in Germany and France.
  • Tease covered it on their 1988 single "I Can't Stand the Rain".
  • Angeline Ball (with the film's cast band) covered it on the 1991 sountrack of "The Commitments".
  • Bad Manners covered it on their 1992 album "Fat Sound".
  • Cassandra Wilson covered it on her 1993 album "Blue Light 'til Dawn".
  • Booker T. & The M.G.'s covered it on their 1993 album "That's the Way It Should Be".
  • Wilson Diesel covered it on his 1996 album "Short Cool Ones".
  • Brian & Tony Gold covered it on their 1997 single "I Can't Stand The Rain".
  • Mary Ann Redmond covered it on her 1997 album "Mary Ann Redmond Live!"
  • Johnny Drummer covered it on his 1999 album "It's So Nice".
  • Michael Bolton covered it on his 1999 album "Timeless: The Classics Vol.2".
  • Björn Skifs covered it on his 2001 album "Back on Track".
  • Al Kooper covered it on his 2001 album "Rare & Well Done - The Greatest and Most Obscure Recordings 1964-2001".
  • Alannah Myles & Jeff Healey covered it on their 2004 album "What's Love? A Tribute to Tina Turner".
  • Melissa Ellen covered it on her 2004 album "Forward Into the Past".
  • Siggi Schwarz & The Electricguitar Legends covered it on Volume 1 of their 2004 eponymous compilation.
  • Miki Howard covered it on her 2006 album "Pillow Talk - Miki Sings the Classics".
  • Terry Manning covered it as an extra track on the 2006 CD re-release of his 1970 album "Home Sweet Home".
  • The Burns Sisters covered it on their 2006 album "Wild Bouquet".
  • Dale Ann Bradley recorded a Bluegrass version of it on her 2006 album "Catch Tomorrow".
  • Émile & Images covered it on their 2006 album "Disco Funk".
  • Marcia Hines covered it on her 2006 album "Discotheque".
  • Sam Moore (with special guests Wynonna, Bekka Bramlett, BeBe Winans and Billy Preston) covered it on his 2006 album "Overnight Sensational".
  • In August 2007, Guy Sebastian recorded a tribute version of "I Can't Stand the Rain" at Ardent Studios in Memphis, Tennessee for his album of soul classics, The Memphis Album, with many of the original Stax music band members, including Steve Cropper, Donald Duck Dunn, Lester Snell, Steve Potts.
  • Seal covered it on his 2008 album "Soul".
  • Willie Clayton covered it on his 2008 album "Soul and Blues".
  • German classical bass-baritone Thomas Quasthoff covered it on his album "Tell It Like It Is".
  • Paris Motel covered it on their 2012 album "Songs of Innocence".
  • The Flashbulb remixed this song to "The History Of Rain" on the 2012 album "Opus at the End of Everything".
  • Paul Rodgers covered it on his 2014 album "The Royal Sessions".


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