Rainy Day (1984)

Rarebird's Spotlight Album Review #16 has now been added to the site. The subject is a 1984 covers album titled Rainy Day, which was put together by David Roback (formerly of Rain Parade, Opal, and Mazzy Star). The album was recorded by a loose collective of musicians from the early-'80's California music scene known as the "Paisley Underground", including two members of the then-little-known Bangles. The review is here:

http://rarebird9.net/rainyday.html

I've learned that this album was the inspiration for the 2006 album Under the Covers, Vol. 1, a similar-minded covers CD recorded by Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs. I came across this interview with Sweet and Hoffs from '06, which is mainly about Under the Covers, but there is also some discussion about Rainy Day in the second half of the interview.

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