Subject for the day -Hurricanes and strong storms

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    Subject for the day -Hurricanes and strong storms

    As Earl passes by a few miles out to sea, I am thankful that it seems to be less likely to cause major damage in these parts.

    This thread is in thanks to the gods of weather.

    Great songs about bad weather events.

    1.Like a Hurricane-Neil Young
    2. Hurricane-Bob Dylan
    3. Stormbringer-Deep Purple
    4. Riding the Storm Out-REO Speedwagon
    5. Stormtroopin'-Ted Nugent

    Feel free to add.

     
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    Cold Rain and Snow - Grateful Dead
    Looks Like Rain - Grateful Dead

     
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    Texas Flood-Stevie Ray Vaughan
     
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    • Stormy Weather,  by The Spaniels
    • Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head,  by B.J. Thomas
    • Like Walking In The Rain,  by Ronnie Spector and The Ronnettes
    • Lightning Strikes Again,  by Lou Christie
     
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    I hope Earl goes back out into the ocean so that everyone is safe.
     
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    In Response to Subject for the day -Hurricanes and strong storms:
    [QUOTE]As Earl passes by a few miles out to sea, I am thankful that it seems to be less likely to cause major damage in these parts. This thread is in thanks to the gods of weather. Great songs about bad weather events. 1.Like a Hurricane-Neil Young 2. Hurricane-Bob Dylan 3. Stormbringer-Deep Purple 4. Riding the Storm Out-REO Speedwagon 5. Stormtroopin'-Ted Nugent Feel free to add.
    Posted by ZILLAGOD[/QUOTE]
    Nothing left to be said.
     
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    I didn't want to write this yesterday, but now that the danger from Earl       (I hope) seems to have passed...

    Galveston Flood (Wasn't That A Mighty Storm)

    You know the year of nineteen hundred
    Children many years ago
    Death come howlin' on the ocean
    When Death calls you got to go...

    ...Wasn't that a mighty storm
    Wasn't that a mighty storm in the mornin'
    Wasn't that a mighty storm
    It blew all the people all away

    You can see why I didn't want to post this with a big storm looming.

    It's about a hurricane that devastated Galveston, Texas on Sept. 8, 1900.
    I learned the song from Tom Rush. Authorship is questionable but my gut feeling is that it was written by an un-known -person who survived the storm.

    Hoping everyone in the north-east come through o-kay. I'm on the west coast of Florida and out of harm's way for this one, but you never know what's out there.

    Edit: I can't believe I didn't think of this 'til just now... Riders On The Storm
     
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    Red Rain - Peter Gabriel
     
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    Lightning Strikes Again - Ozzy

    White Lightning - Def Leppard
     
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    Riders on the Storm - Doors
    Couldn't Stand the Weather - SRV
    November Rain - G&R
    Rain - Beatles
    Rain Song, Fool in the Rain - Zeppelin
    Purple Rain - Prince
    G-Spot Tornado - Zappa
    Shadows in the Rain - Police
    Box of Rain - Grateful Dead
    Black Rain - Soundgarden
    Fire and Rain - James Taylor
    Let it Rain - Clapton
    Lightning Crashes - Live
    Snowblind - Styx
    Thunderstruck - AC/DC

    I'm sure there are more...

     
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    Thunder and Lightning - Thin Lizzy
    Thunder and Lightning - Chi Coltrane
     
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    how could I forget one of the best

    Stormy Monday - T-bone Walker, covered by many, but the Allmans did the best version at Fillmore East.




     
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    Who'll Stop The Rain - Creedence Clearwater Revival
    I Can't Stand The Rain - Ann Peebles
    It's Raining Again - Supertramp Tongue out
    And as a bonus but still out of my noggin...
    Drip Drop - The Persuasions
    C'mon people, don't make me go diggin'.
    Okay. one more outta da cranium...
    Rainy Days and Mondays - The Carpenters
     
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    Oh yeah, Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 - Dylan
    Work with me here, people!
     
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    Bad Moon Rising - Creedence again, (somebody stop me)!
     
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    O.K., I went and had some ice cream and a shot of whiskey, now I'm back rarin' to go,,,

    errrrr...
    ummm...

    I got nuthin'.
    Good night.
     
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    In Response to Re: Subject for the day -Hurricanes and strong storms:
    [QUOTE]Who'll Stop The Rain - Creedence Clearwater Revival I Can't Stand The Rain - Ann Peebles It's Raining Again - Supertramp And as a bonus but still out of my noggin... Drip Drop - The Persuasions C'mon people, don't make me go diggin'. Okay. one more outta da cranium... Rainy Days and Mondays - The Carpenters
    Posted by antibody[/QUOTE]

    You missed:
    Have You Ever Seen Rain -- CCR
     
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    There's a whole world full of things I've missed.
    And if I could remember half the things I've forgotten I'd be a bloody genius.
     
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    And Roxy Music did a good remake of Niel's "Like a hurricane". Not quite as good as Niel's version but a good remake.
     
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    Runaway by Del Shannon has a great line,

    I'm walking in the rain tears are falling and I feel the pain.
     
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    "Raindrops" - Dee Clark
    "Tokyo Storm Warning" - Elvis Costello
    "Thunder and Rain" - Graham Parker
    "Raining In My Heart" - Buddy Holly
    "Crying In the Rain" - Everly Brothers
    "Buckets of Rain" - Bob Dylan
    "Look Out Cleveland" - The Band

    "Here Comes the Rain Again"- Eurythmics

     
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    Does anyone remember Lightning Strikes by Lou Christie? You would swear his b*lls were in a vyce grip when recording this song.

     
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    Texas Twister - Little Feat
    Couldn't Stand The Weather - Stevie Ray
    Box Of Rain - Grateful Dead
    Showdown - ELO (It's rainin'...all over the world...)
     
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    Re: Subject for the day -Hurricanes and strong storms

    Now this actually sounds like a storm.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKGKgD1jJRs&feature=related
     

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