Originally released in 1972 on the Project 3 label (home also of Free Design), Philadelphia's 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.
Includes insert with liner notes by band member Cobb Bussinger and photos. Remastered sound.
A1 Can You Help Me Sing My Song
A2 To A Dreamer
A3 Mother's Evil Child
A4 Love Me Still
A5 All Your Days Are Long
B1 Let Our Hopes Run Our Dreams
B2 Song To Barbara
B3 You Take Me Higher
B4 He Could Have Known
B5 As I Played My Song (For You)
B6 Springtime (Bonus)