Mixed By – Owen DaviesWritten-By – Leiber / Stoller
|3||I Can See Clearly Now (7" version)|
Producer – Steve LipsonWritten-By – Johnny Nash
|4||Better Days Ahead|
Recorded By – Norman VersoWritten-By – Gil Scott Heron
|869 103-1||Hothouse Flowers||I Can See Clearly Now (12")||London Records||869 103-1||Europe||1990|
|869103.2, LONCD 269||Hothouse Flowers||I Can See Clearly Now (CD, Single)||London Records, London Records||869103.2, LONCD 269||Europe||1990|
|LONDJ 269, LON 269, 869103.1, 869102-7||Hothouse Flowers||I Can See Clearly Now (7", Single, Promo)||London Records, London Records, Metronome, Metronome||LONDJ 269, LON 269, 869103.1, 869102-7||UK||1990|
|PODD-1007||Hothouse Flowers||I Can See Clearly Now (CD, Mini, Single)||London Records||PODD-1007||Japan||1990|
|869 102-2||Hothouse Flowers||I Can See Clearly Now (CD, Single)||London Records||869 102-2||Australasia||1990|
- Design – Stylorouge
- Photography By – Donovan Wylie, Peter Mountain, Shane McCarthy
Japanese pressing promo copy. Comes with Obi-strip.
- Barcode: 4988005071378
- Manufactured By – Polydor K.K.
2013 г. Hothouse Flowers I Can See Clearly Now. 1990 single charting at 23 in the UK in August 1990 5 in Ireland 48 in. From the album 'Home', this track is a cover version of the Johnny Nash song. I Can See Clearly Now is a song originally recorded by Johnny Nash. It was a single from the album of the same name and achieved success in the United States and the United Kingdom when it was released in 1972, reaching number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 and Cash Box charts. It has been covered by many artists throughout the years, including a hit version by Lee Towers where it reached the top 20 in 1982 charting at No. 19 and another hit version in 1993 by Jimmy Cliff, who re-recorded the song. Home - Hothouse Flowers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Hothouse Flowers. 1990 rock. I Can See Clearly Now. Play album. Get album. Hothouse Flowers is an Irish rock group that combines traditional Irish music with influences from soul, gospel and rock. The group first formed in 1985 when Liam Ó Maonlaí and Fiachna ó Braonáin who had known each other as children in a Gaelic-speaking school began performing as street musicians, or buskers, on the streets of Dublin, Ireland as The Incomparable Benzini Brothers. They were soon joined by Peter O'Toole, and had won a street-entertainer award within a year. They renamed the group Hothouse Flowers and began writing songs and performing th read more. Download and listen online I Can See Clearly Now by Hothouse Flowers. Genre - Pop. Duration 04:10. Format mp3. On this page you can download song Hothouse Flowers - I Can See Clearly Now in mp3 and listen online. Hothouse Flowers. Summer Ahead. Party Pop Music 90S Part 2. Album Home. I Can See Clearly Now Lyrics. I think I can make it now the pain has gone And all of the bad feelings have disappeared Here is the rainbow I've been praying for It's gonna be a bright, bright sunshiny day. Look all around, there's nothing but blue skies Look straight ahead, nothing but blue skies. Hothouse Flowers are an Irish rock group that combines traditional Irish music with influences from soul, gospel, and rock. Formed in 1985 in Dublin, they started as street performers. Their first album, People 1988, was the most successful debut album in Irish history, reaching No. 1 in Ireland and No. 2 in the UK. Hothouse Flowers performing I Can See Clearly Now in the Lucerne Valley, California for The Holy Trinity episode of The Grand Tour. I Can See Clearly Now 1990. Album by Hothouse Flowers. Better Days Ahead. is a cover of. Hothouse Flowers continued their exploration of Irish folk and gospel on their second album, Home. Their debut album, People, had introduced Hothouse Flowers to the world, largely through the strength of the single Don't Go. While Home is every bit as good as People, it lacks an obvious standout track. Nonetheless, several singles were released from this disc, namely I Can See Clearly Now, Give It Up, and Movies. The shadow of Van Morrison looms large over Home, from the slow, piano-driven ballads Sweet Marie and Shut Up an