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This song is the first song on our second album, "Another Batch". The words are based on something my father used to say when it rained. He was a glass-half-full type of guy, and since we had a farm where we grew corn, he did look on the bright side when it rained. I mentioned this to Kelli and she wrote these lyrics and found the right melody to go along with my music. It was raining at the time we recorded this so the rain sound is the actual rain outside my window.
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Uploaded: Nov 12, 2007 - 06:42:03 PM
Last Updated: Nov 12, 2007 - 07:26:16 PM Last Played: Sep 16, 2017 - 11:37:02 AM
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Feter said 3685 days ago (November 12th, 2007)
Corn
how awesome ..everything in this song is soothing
and wonderfull ..the singin the lyrics the playin
what a gem my friend ...KUDOS !!
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Ed Hannifin said 3685 days ago (November 12th, 2007)
I think the first version I heard...
...is going to be my favorite forever...Sometimes I think it's just like that...But heck, it's probably also a song that I'd collect three or four versions of, gratefully...

I love the worldview in this... I'm in the mood to collect positivity just now...

Ed
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The Fritters said 3685 days ago (November 12th, 2007)
this version is pretty similar
to the first version I posted here. I think I might have tweaked the mix a bit and remastered it to be a bit more rounded sounding, but I think it's pretty much the same other than small things in the mastering. In trying to get a unified sound for the CD, I did some tweaking, but it probably was minimal in this song more than most, as this one was pretty complete the way it popped out to begin with.
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TobinMueller said 3685 days ago (November 13th, 2007)
Welcome back!
I'm so glad the new T&C is posted. The main reason: you are posting again! Hoping this is the first of a deluge... wash it over us, Jim.
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The Fritters said 3685 days ago (November 13th, 2007)
Thanks for chiming in, Tobin!
Just because I'm enabling download for this here, I hope it won't discourage people from going to iTunes and buying the album there. Thanks to the admins for finally revising the Ts&Cs and to show I'm not an ungrateful cur, I will be posting the rest of The Fritters' songs here again in the new CD versions eventually but will probably space them out a little at a time so as not to dominate the new songs list. Thanks for chiming in, Tobin!
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guitapick said 3685 days ago (November 13th, 2007)
This is...
...a beauty.

Spent some time on a farm during a drought year. Remember waiting and praying for the rain...

Fantastic tune, people...
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renecalvo said 3683 days ago (November 15th, 2007)
Hello my friends
Great post once again. I am still waiting for the fritters world tour. i even bought a lighter. I thought it might be a nice idea during the bridge to use a few eno-esqe sounds since it does mark an epiphanic transition. That's just me. kudos.
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jiguma said 3681 days ago (November 16th, 2007)
Love this
Kelli, beautiful singing - you remind me of a relaxed Kasey Chambers in some ways (a very good thing) - and excellent arrangement/performance/production Jim. Love the relaxed feel and the relaxed mastering - you probably need to give a tutorial on your mastering process. Always smooth yet full of detail. This sounds like rain on a pond - a great capture.
Neil
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said 3675 days ago (November 23rd, 2007)
always
wanted to be a ganja farmer...
Joe Brady said 3667 days ago (November 30th, 2007)
Sweet!
Kelli, your voice is awesome, and Jim, that production is tops. This is really nice music; well written song.
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ktb said 3666 days ago (December 1st, 2007)
wow
I can smell the air after the rain. really laid back vibe. makes me smile. Both your vocals are warm and accesible. the backing trx are tsaty. luv the percussion esp. great job!
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Bob6stringer said 3578 days ago (February 27th, 2008)
Not corny at all.
It just might be a little Joni-Mungus jazzy. This is great music. (I'm partial to thos string bends, gotta mention.) Everything fits so well, there's really nothing in need of whack-a-mole EQ-ing, either. Man, it must be rewarding to be you two.
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A match made in macjam heaven. Jim is an accomplished musician and singer-songwriter living in Boston. He does all of the production work and instrumentation. I sometimes play the guitar. I mostly like to write and sing. We've been working togeth... [see more]

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