Your Favorite Rainy Day Album

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Post by Talus »

Roxy Music-Avalon

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Post by cailin »

Joseph Arthur - Redemption's Son
Joni Mitchell - Blue
Ryan Adams - Heartbreaker
Jeff Buckley - Grace

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Post by Hoops »

'Chelsea Girl' -- Nico

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Post by redgator »

Bob Dylan - Blonde On Blonde

Gillian Welch - Time (The Revelator)

Willie Nelson - Teatro

Johnny Cash - America Recording Vol. 1

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Post by calexico »

tillotson505 wrote:I'm surprised nobody has listed Rainy Day Music - Jayhawks.

Considering the name and all - well that and it's a pretty damn good piece of work too.
Well that's certainly screwed my choice.

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Post by gblues »

This thread slipped my mind for far too long. I can recall lots of Creedence the last few rainy days in A town but then again I have listened to lots of CCR over the last seven months since my sweet old pops bought me the sweetest box set ever.

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Post by barclocksays3am »

Mazzy Star-She Hangs Brightly
Tom Waits-Blue Valentine
Townes Van Zandt-Our Mother The Mountain
Bill Evans-Everybody Digs Bill Evans
Scud Mountain Boys-Massachusetts
Sleepy John Estes-In Europe
Richard And Linda Thompson-I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight

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Post by deadman »

Coldplay - Parachutes Its very dismal in an uplifting downer kinda way

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Post by Antelope850 »

Billy Bragg - Worker's Playtime

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Post by Barnum »

Anything from The Smiths.

County Line
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Post by County Line »

Followed immediately by Animals.

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rainy day music

Post by Godsownsinger »

Dark Side of The Moon 8)

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Post by Sticky »

Anything with "Ship of Fools" on it.

When I was about 17, I broke my back and had to wear a back brace for 12 weeks. Towards the end of that 12, The Dead played Mississippi River Festival. I snuck in about a gallon of whiskey under my brace. You should have seen the embarrassed look on the security guy's face when he asked me to raise my shirt and I had the brace on. Anyway, it was a warm summer evening, we had whiskey and lemonade and more than a few other treats. Ship of Fools starts up and the skies just open up. Total downpour. Nobody left, we all started cheering and it kept raining. I don't know how long they played it, but it seemed like the rest of the night. We had a mudslide going on and people were skiing down the hill on my brace. Some of the funniest stuff I'll ever see. When the concert ended it stopped raining, instantly. So anytime it rains and I hear that song, I just smile.

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Post by tillotson505 »

I'm surprised nobody has listed Rainy Day Music - Jayhawks.

Considering the name and all - well that and it's a pretty damn good piece of work too.

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Post by JJ »

Pernice Brothers - Overcome by Happiness
Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel
Neil Young - Comes a Time
Scud Mountain Boys - Pine Box
Bob Dylan - Time Out of Mind

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