Songs: Ohia Didn't It Rain
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- Released: April 8, 2002
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Secretly Canadian
Alternative Press - June 2002, pp.86-889 out of 10 - "...DIDN'T IT RAIN needs to be heard by anyone with a love for folk and country and the weird detours both have taken over the years."
Magnet - 6-7/02, p.106"...This is another saga of failed relationships, existential angst and miserable people ready to exhale their last breaths. The music offers no reprieve..."
CMJ - 3/25/02, p.12"...The songs are rich and sorrowful...but the subject matter is as modern as indie rock..."
Mojo (Publisher) - 5/02, p.102"...Mesmeric in [its] stately extrapolation of gloom...There remains an abundance of cold comfort in these SONGS..."
NME (Magazine) - 8/10/02, p.348 out of 10 - "...A work of morose magnificence..."
Paste (magazine) - "Twelve years after its original release, DIDN'T IT RAIN still feels comforting and relevant."
- 1.Didn't It Rain
- 2.Steve Albini's Blues
- 3.Ring the Bell
- 4.Cross the Road, Molina
- 5.Blue Factory Flame
- 6.Two Blue Lights
- 7.Blue Chicago Moon
Songs: Ohia includes: Jason Molina, Jennie Benford, Jim Krewson.
Recording information: Soundgun (2001).
Named after the gospel song most identified with Mahalia Jackson (but featuring a Molina original by that title instead), DIDN'T IT RAIN is Jason Molina's sixth album under the Songs: Ohia banner. Recorded with a three-person band featuring Jim Krewson and Jennie Benford from the alt-bluegrass group Jim and Jennie and the Pinetops, this leans to the acoustic, countrified side of Molina's musical personality than his electrified Neil Young and Crazy Horse tendencies.
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