Ann Peebles I Can't Stand The Rain (1976)

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    • Ann Peebles – I Can't Stand The Rain
    • 1. I Can't Stand The Rain
    • 2. Do I Need You
    • 3. Until You Came Into My Life
    • 4. (You Keep Me) Hangin' On
    • 5. Run, Run, Run
    • 6. If We Can't Trust Each Other
    • 7. A Love Vibration
    • 8. You Got To Feed The Fire
    • 9. I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down
    • 10. One Way Street

    Essential southern funky female soul from the great Ann Peebles. Includes the title track - cited by no less than John Lennon as the finest soul track ever!

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