CLA Radio 11/7/14: Drought and Rain

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The next ConservativeLA Radio show (on Duane FM in the Hughniverse, Friday, 11/07/14, 7:00 Pacific/10:00 Eastern) will concern itself with precipitation, and the lack thereof.

Hope you can stop by and listen, and join us in chat!

Or, if you like, you can listen on Spotify (.html or Spotify app), which is the same as the show proper–except for the intro and outro included in the Duane FM version of the show.

Spoiler set list:

Julie Roberts: Rain On A Tin Roof
Tom Waits: Opening Intro (Nighthawks At The Diner)
Tom Waits: Emotional Weather Report
Dave Alvin: Dry River
Willie Nelson: Blue Eyes in the Rain
The Temptations: I Wish It Would Rain
Josh Kelley: Mandolin Rain
The Ink Spots: I Get The Blues When It Rains
Alison Krauss & Union Station: Dust Bowl Children
Jimi Hendrix: One Rainy Wish
Sir Douglas Quintet: The Rains Came
Bing Crosby: The Rains Came Down
Bobby Womack: It’s Gonna Rain
James McMurtry: Six Year Drought
Randy Newman: I Think It’s Going To Rain Today
Firesign Theatre: The News Drought Continues
James Hand: The Drought
Johnny Cash: Five Feet High and Rising
Son Volt: Drown
Feather Canyon: The Drought
Les Finnigan: After the Drought
Charlie Patton: Dry Well Blues
Taj Mahal: You Don’t Miss Your Water
Rory Block: Dry Spell Blues
Darrell McCall & Ray Sanders: Soft Rain
Blind Melon: No Rain
Blind Willie Johnson: The Rain Don’t Fall On Me
Ladysmith Black Mambazo: Rain, Rain, Beautiful Rain
The Steeldrivers: Where Rainbows Never Die
The Beatles: Rain
The Temptations: No More Water In The Well
Bessie Smith: Backwater Blues
Tom Waits: Strange Weather
Del McCoury: So Long, It’s Been Good to Know Yuh
Jonathan Byrd: May The River Run Dry
Ronny & The Daytonas: Then The Rains Came
Don Williams: Till The Rivers All Run Dry
Warren Zevon: Fistful of Rain

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