Music to Watch Clouds By

What’s the perfect music to listen to as you kick back and watch the clouds drift by? These tracks were suggestions by our members. If you’ve got a suggestion for music to watch clouds by – or you’ve created some yourself – let us know and we’ll post it here.

Have You Ever Seen the Rain by Willie Nelson

Suzanne Winckler, member 41844, suggests we watch clouds whilst listening to "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" by Willie Nelson.

Django Reinhardt – Nuages

Cloud enthusiast, Lena Arnland, suggested "Nuages" by Django Reinhardt as some relaxing music to watch clouds by.

“Fog Bank” by Mary Halvorson Octet

Suzanne Winckler, member 41844, has suggested “Fog Bank” by Mary Halvorson Octet as some music to watch clouds by.

The Coming of Autumn

This is an original composition by Kym "Bid" Bidstrup and he says of it "Once again, this track came with memories and murmurings of my time in England.

Matthew Sheens “Rage Against The Dying of the Light”

Multi-award winning Australian Pianist, Matthew Sheens, is set to release his latest Album Cloud Appreciation Day this month.

Kevin Kindle – Altocumulus

Suggested by Society member, John Freeman, Altocumulus by Kevin Kindle is a relaxing, meditative piece ideal to listen to whilst gazing lazily as the clouds drift by.

Laurianne Fiorentino – A Long Smoke

This is an original composition sent in my Laurianne Fiorentino who wrote “Assembled from photos cloud and video files I have taken in New Mexico, USA, and from a plane. The music is an improvisation between Michael Kott (cello) and I (flute), captured impromptu in Nashville. I’d love to hear your comments!”

The Go-Betweens – Clouds

Society member, Stephen Costantelos, suggestion “Clouds” by The Go-Betweens. From Brisbane’s best on their album 16 Lovers Lane. “I took their top prize and paid them back with rain.”

Johnnie Ray – The Little White Cloud That Cried

Cloud Appreciation Society member, Ashley Gibbs, suggested this song by Johnnie Ray – the clip was recorded in 1956