Rain" is a song by the English rock band The Beatles, credited to Lennon--McCartney. It was first released in June 1966 as the B-side of the "Paperback Writer" single. Both songs were recorded during the sessions for Revolver but neither appears on that album.
Written by John Lennon, "Rain" has been called The Beatles' finest B-side, especially notable for its heavy sonic presence and backwards vocals, both of which were a hint of things to come on Revolver, released two months later. - Thank you for loving this video. Any IDIOTS who think otherwise and post abuse or hate will be BLOCKED INSTANTLY. So don't bother leaving your pathetic Troll/hate comments cos NO ONE will see them. GET A LIFE Numbskulls!! - I don't suffer fools gladly SO DO ONE, SCUM!!!!! and while you're at it, why not ask your Dad why he didn't use a condom! LOL - and for those ENJOYING the video, of whom there are thousands I say THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND WORDS, Much love from me to you :-D
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Three promotional films were made for the song "Rain". These videos, along with other Beatles videos at the time, sparked George Harrison to say during the Beatles Anthology, "So I suppose, in a way, we invented MTV."..
The inspiration for "Rain" is agreed on by Neil Aspinall, The Beatles' roadie, and John Lennon. They both described the band's arrival in Melbourne, Australia, marked by rain and poor weather. Lennon said, "I've never seen rain as hard as that, except in Tahiti", and later explained that "Rain" was "about people moaning about the weather all the time".
Recording began on 14 April 1966, in the same session as "Paperback Writer", and concluded on 16 April, with a series of overdubs before mixing on the same day. At that time, The Beatles were enthused about experimenting in the studio to achieve new sounds and effects.These experiments were showcased in their influen…