The version of The Ronettes was released as a single in October 1964 and took out the 23rd place in the Billboard Hot 100. the song is the only production of Spector who ever nominated for a Grammy Award. That was the sound effects by Larry Levine, the recording engineer who worked on the recordings. The rain and Thunder in the background sound real.
The Walker Brothers names the song in 1967 on, weather with rain and Thunder, and released it as a single from. The plate brought out the 26th place in the UK Singles Chart, the British hit parade. it was the last album that the group brought out before they disbanded. Back in 1975, there were plates of the Group: the lpNo Regrets and the eponymous single.
Jay and the Americans took the song for their album Wax Museum, vol. 1, this time without sound effects and under a slightly different title: Walkin' in the Rain. The number came as single in november 1969, a few months before the album, released in February 1970. The single was the last plate of the group that took out the Top 20 and reached the 19th place in the Billboard Hot 100.