Sunday, June 20, 2021

The Cloud Appreciation Society

 


I recently read an article in the New York Times that was published in 2016 about an unlikely collection of admirers. A group that started back in 2004 to sing the praises of...clouds. These devotees are known as "The Cloud Appreciation Society."

Here's a link to the NYT article... https://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/08/magazine/the-amateur-cloud-society-that-sort-of-rattled-the-scientific-community.html

And the society... https://cloudappreciationsociety.org/

The name of the group stuck in my head as a possible theme and title for a mix. So here it is, a cloud themed mix. All the tracks have the word "cloud" in their titles. The music is appropriately drifting and relaxing. All the tunes are relatively new except for a few tracks from 2008, 2014, 2015 and one which reaches back to a Folkways record from 1981.

Look up, admire the clouds drifting by and float away with this mix.

Cheers!


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T R A C K L I S T :

  • 00:00    Andrew Chalk - From Mountain Tops the Dusky Clouds (Incidental Music 2020)
  • 05:05    Marine Eyes - Cloud Collecting (idyll 2021)
  • 09:18    Max Richter – Shimmering Clouds (My Brilliant Friend 2018)
  • 10:20    Craig Kupka - Clouds 2 (Clouds: Music for Relaxation 1981)
  • 15:20    Gaussian Curve – Broken Clouds (Clouds 2014)
  • 20:05    Clariloops – Clouds (Sun//Rain 2021)
  • 23:34    Yui Onodera & Vadim Bondarenko - Cloudscape 8 (Cloudscapes 2015)
  • 27:00    Shuta Yasukochi – Clouds (Slow sketch vol. 1: Reflections of the ambient community 2019)
  • 30:45    Robert Rich - Fall Up, the Clouds Will Catch You (Offering to the Morning Fog 2020)
  • 39:30    The Green Kingdom – Cloud Cloak (Ephemera 2018)
  • 43:09    Innesti – The Architecture of Clouds (Formless 2019)
  • 51:20    halftribe – Cloud Dreaming and Shadows (Cloud Dreaming And Shadows 2020)
  • 56:22    Rudy Adrian - Of Clouds and Mountains (Desert Realms 2008)
  • 63:29    end



1 comment:

The Interstellar Radio Station said...

Let's appreciate if they are kept to a minimum - Clouds are the greenhouse gas water vapor.