Coverville 991: Weathering the Storm

September 17, 2013


(Photo credit: Dennis Pierce/Colorado Heli-Ops) Today’s show is inspired by the rain and flooding that we’ve experienced here in Colorado. We’re safe and sound here in the Coverville home and studio, but there are still folks displaced and unable to return home – many who don’t have a home to return to. If you want to contribute to relief efforts here (as I have), visit Help Colorado Now. (62 minutes)



Title Artist Album Original Artist More
1 Who’ll Stop The Rain Vaughan Penn K-Ville Creedence Clearwater Revival
2 A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (feat. Shawn Colvin & Rufus Wainwright) Ann Wilson Hope & Glory Bob Dylan
3 Buckets of Rain Neko Case Sweetheart: Love Songs 2005 Bob Dylan
4 Louisiana 1927 Sonny Landreth Sail Away: The Songs of Randy Newman Randy Newman
5 Raining in Baltimore Allison Crowe Secrets Counting Crows
6 Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin’ All The Time) Etta James At Last! Duke Ellington with Ethel Waters
7 Purple Rain Lavender Diamond SPIN Presents Purplish Rain Prince
8 Oh, How It Rained Curtis Stigers Let’s Go Out Tonight Eddie Floyd
9 Flowers In The Rain Kaiser Chiefs Radio 1: Established 1967 Move
10 Here Comes The Rain Again Dave Stewart & His Rock Fabulous Orchestra The Dave Stewart Songbook, Vol. 1 Eurythmics
11 I Can’t Stand The Rain Wilson Diesel Short Cool Ones Ann Peebles
12 Fool In The Rain The Vegetarians Remustered & Remixed Salad [Explicit] Led Zeppelin

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  1. Good to hear you folks are ok. May the rains abate – and relief efforts be swift. Indeed, your episode’s respectful and positive. Thanks for including Allison. Here’s to help from above – and all ’round!

  2. Sorry to hear about the flooding. You never think about flooding being that bad but after Katrina every hard rain makes me a little leery. Crazy, I know, but it just makes me feel tense and anxious.

  3. Hi Brian,

    Surprised that at least one traditional song hasn’t made the list, although I don’t consider them to be cover songs. However, they can be a great historical resource. One great example would be “Wasn’t That a Mighty Storm”, a song about the 1900 hurricane that destroyed Galveston, Texas. A great version of this appears on ‘Fast Paced World’ by the Duhks. Maybe for a bonus tracks episode?

  4. The slide guitar in Louisiana is flippin’ awesome! Wish I could find an mp3 of it. I appreciate the tone of the show, Brian. I wish that more people in the media industry were as decent as you.

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