One More Rainy Day

Album: Shades Of Deep Purple (1968)


  • According to Michael Heatley in The Complete Deep Purple, the storm effects on this track were lifted from a BBC sound effects album; said to be the last song recorded for the band's 1968 debut, he adds rather unkindly that it "Still sounds rather like an advertising theme."
  • "One More Rainy Day" is the third track on the Shades Of... album, and was co-written by keyboard wizard Jon Lord and the band's first lead vocalist Rod Evans. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

Comments: 1

  • Ricky from Killie, United KingdomA great track from the first album, also was the b-side to Hush.
    Hearing this for the first time no one would guess this was Deep Purple!
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