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Do you have a "rainy day" music playlist?

Asked by rockfan (11972points) June 24th, 2015

And what kind of music do you like on a rainy day? Here’s my playlist:

Winter – Tori Amos
Like Someone In Love – Bjork
Nobody’s Fault But My Own – Beck
Passing Afternoon – Iron & Wine
Re: Stacks – Bon Iver
Jolene – Ray LaMontagne
A Slow Parade – A.A. Bondy
Start a War – The National
Inside Out – Spoon
We’re Going To Be Friends – The White Stripes
Downtown Train – Tom Waits

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talljasperman's avatar

I am machine. Wrong side of heaven. Wake me up inside. My Kryptonite. Paralyzed. Sounds like Teen spirit. Smells like Nirvana. Katy Perry roar. Katy Perry dark horse.

ZEPHYRA's avatar

Sixpence none the richer, 2 or 3 of their famous songs.

johnpowell's avatar

Literal rainy day or when you are depressed?

I live in Oregon so 300 days would be my rainy day playlist. But I am a pretty happy guy. I don’t really have bad days due to my effort to live a very simple life.

Pachy's avatar

The sound of my own snoring as I nap on a rainy day is music in my ears.

jaytkay's avatar

Dreaming (Blondie cover) – Amy Speace
Rapture – Blondie
Bridge Over Troubled Water – Simon & Garfunkel
The Boxer – Simon & Garfunkel
This Guy’s in Love With You – Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
Positively 4th Street (Bob Dylan cover) – Lucinda Williams
Groove is in the Heart LP – Deee-Lite
I’ll Never Fall In Love Again – Dionne Warwick
No Hiding Place – Elvis Costello & the Imposters
Gentle On My Mind – Glen Campbell
Melt With You – Modern English
My Baby Just Cares For Me – Nina Simone
I Am The Light Of The World – Reverend Gary Davis
Sea of Heartbreak (Don Gibson cover) – Rosanne Cash
Broken-Hearted Melody – Sarah Vaughan
Angel From Montgomery (John Prine cover) – Bonnie Raitt
Changed The Locks (Lucinda Williams cover) – Kasey Chambers
Wichita Lineman – Glen Campbell
Star Eyes – Anita O’Day
Dreaming – Blondie

Haleth's avatar

@rockfan I love your taste in music!

Mia and Jonah- Rooms
Wooden Birds- Secrets
Peter Wolf Crier- Cut a Hand
Jose Gonzalez- Hints
Grizzly Bear- Ready, Able
Doves- Rise
Harbours, Lonely Heart

rockfan's avatar

@Haleth Cool, I’ll definitely check out the songs you posted, I’ve only heard of Grizzly Bear on your list.

Buttonstc's avatar

Mine would be a fairly predictable tour through 60–70s era folk.

The Kingston Trio
Peter Paul and Mary
Simon and Garfunkel
The Mamas and the Poppas
John Denver
Joan Baez
Judy Collins
Cat Stevens
etc. etc.

But I’d start it all off with one of my favorite albums
James Taylor and Carole King Live at the Troubador.

I have a pretty long and complete Folk list on Spotify if anyone wants to PM me for the link.

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