Charted in 1976. Single on Wizard by classically trained folk singer who branched into other genres, particularly country. She was a regular on 70s country TV show Travelin’ Out West with John Williamson. Also on the Wizard album Be A Lady in The Daytime.
More recently, Emma Hannah released an album, Wayfaring Stranger.
Single, also on the album This Is Patricia Dahlquist, by Canadian singer and actor who had a Canadian hit with Keep Our Love Alive (1975).
Written by Florida singer-songwriter Bertie Higgins (b.1944), whose Key Largo was a hit in 1982. He had been drummer in The Roemans 1964-1968, backing pop star Tommy Roe and recording half a dozen Roemans singles on ABC-Paramount.
Further reading: Patricia Dahlquist filmography and biography at Internet Movie Database. Bertie
Higgins biographies at BertieHiggins.com and All Music Guide.
Suggested by Mike Robbins.
Thanks to Art-Vinyl-Niagara-Collectibles at eBay for label details.
Same title but not the same song as "Waiting For The Rain" by Emma Hannah.
Single on United Artists by Wisconson-born singer-songwriter (Karl Neuenfeldt) then based in Canada, now an academic in Bundaberg, Australia where he has produced Seaman Dan and other Torres Strait artists. Also on album I Am Next.
This appears to be the same artist as Karl Fields who released the single Just Like That/I Was Wrong on Kel, Kelly Diciani’s label out of Oshkosh WI (Kel #1141, 1963).
Thanks to Wisconsin music researcher Gary Myers, author of Do You Hear That Beat: Wisconsin Pop/Rock in the 50’s & 60’s and On That Wisconsin Beat.
Same title but not the same song as "Waiting For The Rain" by Emma Hannah
On Love Has Got Me, debut album by LA singer-songwriter, a protégé of Maria Muldaur. She had been in Bryndle with Karla Bonoff, Andrew Gold, and Kenny Edwards.