Listen to Susan Christie’s ‘Rainy Day’ from Everything Everywhere All At Once as Joy gets out of elevator with a pig

The Academy Award winning film Everything Everywhere All At Once premiered on Netflix today.

It is absolutely worth watching, even if you have already seen it, for the plot (or lack thereof) and the performances alone (Michelle Yeoh anyone?), but the movie also features several songs on its soundtrack that add to its strange charm.

Songs like Susan Christie’s ‘Rainy Day‘, which was heard on Everything Everywhere All At Once as we see Joy walking out of an elevator dressed in an Elvis suit and with a pig on a leash.

When was Susan Christie’s ‘Rainy Day‘ first released?

Susan Christie is an independent American singer who became relatively well-known in the 1960s for a couple of hit folk songs, although they did not include ‘Rainy Day’.

That track was released as one of the tracks, and eventually a single, from the singer’s debut studio album Paint A Lady, which although it was recorded years before, didn’t come out until 2006 via the Finders Keepers Records label.

The 8-track album, while earning resounding critical acclaim, was not a commercial success.

The guitar-driven ‘Rainy Day‘ did gain a huge amount of traction, however, when it was released on the Everything Everywhere All At Once movie soundtrack.

Listen to Susan Christie’s ‘Rainy Day’ from the Everything Everywhere All At Once movie soundtrack via the singer’s Paint a Lady album on Spotify, and on the video.

You can watch Everything Everywhere All At Once now on Netflix.

 

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