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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Paper Sleeve CD release of Save For A Rainy Day on Discogs. Label: Air Mail Archive - AIRAC • Series: Discover America Collection • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered Paper Sleeve • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock5/5(3).
  2. Nov 18,  · Provided to YouTube by Redeye Worldwide Here Comes the Rain · Jan & Dean Save for a Rainy Day (Limited Edition Mono) ℗ Sundazed Music Released on: Artist: Jan & Dean Auto-generated.
  3. Save For A Rainy Day Theme (Album Track - - Produced By Dean Torrence) Written by Dean's good friend Larry Knetchtel, "Save For A Rainy Day Theme" is one of the most amazing instrumentals that you will ever hear, and to put it at the end of this remarkable album was a great idea as it round's off the album perfectly.
  4. The 5thth works originally issued on analog disc, Save for a rainy day (J & D LP ), ; remaining works previously unreleased and alternate versions. Compact disc. Program notes by Elliot Kendall and interview with Dean Torrence by Jud Cost ([16] p.: .
  5. Nevertheless, when the architect of the duo, Jan Berry, was incapacitated in early by a terrible car accident that ultimately left him brain-damaged, Dean Torrence took up the business and musical reins of the band and made a nearly convincing one-shot stab at progressive pop with Save for a Rainy Day. In a sense, the album is still more commercial acquiescence than 6/
  6. 24 rows · Well, at least half the duo did: after a near-fatal car accident that incapacitated Jan .
  7. Reviewed in Canada on March 10, This is the first Jan & Dean album recorded after Jan Berry's horrific car crash. Previous Jan & Dean albums had been produced by Jan, so with Jan layed up in the hospital, Dean Torrence produced this album. He actually ended up making a minor bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfos:
  8. Though released under the Jan & Dean moniker, Save for a Rainy Day was solely Torrence's creation. A concept album featuring songs about rain with sound effects of a thunderstorm linking the tracks, it was an adventurous departure from the duo's past work. Much of the album was recorded in the garage of Torrence's neighbor, bassist Joe Osbourne.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Save For A Rainy Day on Discogs/5(14).

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