It sounds like a hand-labeled cassette given to you by a friend, or found in an attic or an old drawer.
We have had a lot of rainy days lately around these parts.
It feels like it was recorded in a cabin in the mountains, a homespun recording with the tape hiss in the background to prove it.
It is filled with both simple folk songs and swirling psychedelic jams.
I pretty much live in a cabin in the mountains.
It is as likely to have been recorded four decades ago as four days ago.
With the exception of the giant eyeball UFO.
The songs of this album are full of pattering drums, dripping guitars, and falsetto harmonies. They make me think of the rain when I listen to them.
The cover art might as well be my own home canyon it looks so similar, all green-hued and overcast.
One of the best songs on the album is called “Rain on You,” and features the chorus, “Oh, how the days will rain on you.”
Um, Neil Young.
This is a great rainy day album.
See my pictures of South Fork from last week if you would like a comparison.