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    An article from American Songwriter about rain songs.

    Several good ones are mentioned. Feel free to mention others.

    Measure for Measure: Rain Songs << American Songwriter

    Here's one that's not mentioned, Tony Joe White's "Rainy Night In Georgia."


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    The Jazz Guitar Chord Dictionary
     
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    One of my favorite Zeppelin songs


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    Something about Karen Carpenter's voice....


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    Just to name a few:



















    Danny W.

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    “Concerto for a Rainy Day” - a four-song suite on side three of the “Out of the Blue” double album by the Electric Light Orchestra.

    Last song is “Mr. Blue Sky,” which ends with the vocoder lyric “Please turn me over...”, alluding to the fact that it is the end of the side, and you have to flip the record to hear the rest.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkRhodes
    Are you aware of the original recording?



    Fenton Robinson on guitar.

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    And now for something completely different....

    Rain Songs-muddy-waters-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOMMO
    Are you aware of the original recording?



    Fenton Robinson on guitar.
    It's easy to hear that SRV copped his whole vocal style from Larry Davis' original recording (whereas Eric Clapton surely chose It Takes Time by Otis Rush as his inspiration):


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    Always loved his arrangement of this old standard.

    Plus, check out his reaction to a mild flub at 5:35.