Fri Playlist: Rainy Day Music


With gray skies and damp weather rising all over this winter, we've put together a few numbers particularly suited to gazing outside through rain streaked windows as the steam rises from your mug and your house pets curl around your ankles.

This week's Playlist begins with a dreamy gem from the recently reissued Goose Creek Symphony album Head For The Hills, followed by a modern hymn from Seattle's The Moondoggies from their sensational 2008 debut, Don't Be A Stranger (JamBase review). Then it's a vintage blast from Graham Nash's solo debut, Songs For Beginners, followed by solo efforts from The Black Crowes' Chris and Rich Robinson, which bear Nash's influence. We conclude with a stone love song classic from dearly departed John Martyn and newfound folk-swoon charmer Daniel Martin Moore.

Keep dry and share your umbrella if you see a fellow human getting drenched.

And check out our Kinks Covers Playlist, with rockin' good versions of Kinks' tunes by Oingo Boingo, Big Star, The Fall and more!

Playlist assembled by JamBase Associate Editor Dennis Cook, who's just sitting here watching the wheels go round & round. He really loves to watch 'em roll…

[Published on: 12/11/09]

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