I Can See Clearly Now (Johnny Nash album)

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I Can See Clearly Now
Studio album by Johnny Nash
Released July 1972
Recorded 1972
Genre Reggae
Label Epic
Producer Johnny Nash
Johnny Nash chronology
Let's Go Dancing
(1969)
I Can See Clearly Now
(1972)
Celebrate Life
(1974)

I Can See Clearly Now is an album by American singer Johnny Nash, released in 1972. The album included two of his biggest hit singles, the title track ("I Can See Clearly Now") and "Stir It Up." The song "I Can See Clearly Now" hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 4, 1972. Nash's backing band for the album was the Jamaican reggae group Fabulous Five Inc..[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Stir It Up" (Bob Marley)
  2. "That's the Way We Get By" (John "Rabbit" Bundrick)
  3. "Guava Jelly" (Bob Marley)
  4. "So Nice While It Lasted" (Bill Nash)
  5. "Ooh Baby You've Been Good to Me" (Johnny Nash)
  6. "You Poured Sugar on Me" (Bob Marley, Johnny Nash)
  7. "I Can See Clearly Now" (Johnny Nash)
  8. "Comma Comma" (Bob Marley)
  9. "We're All Alike" (John "Rabbit" Bundrick)
  10. "How Good It Is" (Johnny Nash)
  11. "The Fish and the Alley of Destruction" (Johnny Nash) [On original pressings, later replaced by the song below]
  12. "Cream Puff" (Johnny Nash) [On later pressings, replacing the above]
  13. "There Are More Questions Than Answers" (Johnny Nash)

Personnel[edit]

  • Bernie O'Gorman, Jack Clegg, John Middleton, Siddey - engineers

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Fabulous Five Inc. - Biography of the Band". 2006. Retrieved 2011-10-14.