Tag: April Rain
A very quick, very succinct, and very lovely little ditty tucked away as the B-side of one of folk rock’s most enduring duo.
A wonderful ballad from a veteran indiepop band’s unreleased opus, and featuring Pam Berry!
The opening song to eccentric pop artist Scott Walker’s third album is also one of his finest, most sublime pop compositions.
An excellent disco update of a contemporary soul number.
Post-Radiohead stadium anthemic Britpop for the perpetually depressed, moody, teenaged, and misunderstood, appealing to turtleneck-wearing clove-smokers and football goons alike!
A fine little psych-rock ditty that certainly feels like something holy.
This b-side from British reggae band UB40’s second single is a lovely reworking of a Randy Newman classic.
This is one of the finest pre-British Invasion songs we know, a delight of harmony and melody…and a bonus cover version to illustrate how the song lives on fifty years later.
Absolutely no information can be found on this mystery song, but no matter; it’s still a fun slice of early 1960s pop.
Is this a slow-jam love song about that special someone, or is it a deeply meaningful praise song to God? You decide.