Over to the left there is a link to "Rain". This is a song taken from the second Billy & Lozz CD " From the Bunny 'ill t' Puddin Rock".
Two anti-aircraft guns were stationed on top of the Rowley Hills during WWII and their job was to "protect all below". Obviously the factories of the Black Country were a major target for German bombers and these guns were called into action on many occasions.
The song tells the story of two young boys and the effect that the the guns, the air raids and simply just growing up during wartime, had upon them.
Recorded and produced at my own Roosters Studio.
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