MP3 Tom Ross - The Rain Takes Off Her Clothes
By turns sultry, thoughtful, and funny: Tom Ross''s global jazz songs on The Rain Takes Off Her Clothes are acoustic guitar-driven music with influence from India and Africa, and with lyrics springing from poets such as W. S. Merwin and Pablo Neruda.
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FOLK: like Joni, WORLD: World Fusion
*The Rain Takes Off Her Clothes* is acoustic, jazz-rooted guitar-songs with influence from India and Africa. Its lyrics often spring from poets such as Emily Dickinson and Pablo Neruda. By turns sultry, thoughtful, and funny, *Rain* is toe-tapping and global in its approach, yet distinctly American.
From *Rain*’s “I Was a Valley”:
I was a valley
‘cause your water let me grow
now I’m a dry ravine
where before the sea could wind
a dry ravine without the water
a bed of sand, feeling so thirsty
when you passed through me
you left your salt behind
An album for every listener, *The Rain Takes Off Her Clothes* satisfies our erotic longing, our whimsy, and our deepest heart-searching.