Originally released in 1972 on the Project 3 label (home also of Free Design), Rain’s self titled album is a cult item among lovers of progressive pop, psych and proto power-pop. Fantastic songs, superb musicianship, dreamy vocals, hard guitar, Hammond…Echoes of late ’60s Beatles, Colin Blunstone, Zombies, Caravan, Argent, Parlour Band…
*Insert with liner notes by band member Cobb Bussinger and photos
“A fascinating blend of soft pop, folky psych and early prog. Rain evoke bands like Zerfas, who sound ’70s but in a way that brings the best ’60s music into the era.” (Aaron Milenski – Acid Archives).
Can You Help Me Sing My Song – To A Dreamer – Mother’s Evil Child – Love Me Still – All Your Days Are Long – Let Our Hopes Run Our Dreams – Song To Barbara – You Take Me Higher – He Could Have Known – As I Played My Song (For You) – Springtime