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.
An original piece by Kym “Bid” Bidstrup who says it inspired by the exquisite duck pond in Barnes, London, UK, a magnificent place to spend time lost or found – or both – in thought. This is the Extended Version. In this version you might hear some frog noises, an extra ripple or two, a […]
Suggested by Helen Glazer – Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell. The lyrics say it all… “Bows and flows of angel hair And ice cream castles in the air And feather canyons everywhere I’ve looked at clouds that way But now they only block the sun They rain and snow on everyone So many things […]
“Far Above the Clouds” – Tubular Bells III – Mike Oldfield, was suggested by Society member, Clare P. She wrote “Awesome track. I recently gave a small talk on clouds and this was one of half a dozen cloud tracks in the soundtrack for the group work”.
Nicole D has suggested this track by Simon & Garfunkel. She says “I think this is a perfectly relaxed track to bounce my foot to as I sit on a bench and gaze at the sky”.
Cloud Appreciation Society member, Mark Johnson, has recommended this music by Winterlight. Composer, Tim Ingham, found he could use a laptop late at night once his family had retired for the night to create his own electronic version of the kind of warm, hazy sounds that he had gravitated to since his youth and recorded […]