Cloud2ground - Cloud2ground

Wednesday 1st October 1997
Cloud2ground - Cloud2ground

STYLE: Dance/Electronic
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 12274-1335
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Strictly underground. If you'd wandered into the Cornerstone Festival dance tent in Chicago this summer you'd have been able to pick up a copy of this. And if you were looking for an album of underground ambient stuff a la Virus you'd be pretty excited with this CD. Now Cross Rhythms herewith points you to Oklahoma (the place not the musical) and suggests you write to Jeremy Dawson (he who is Cloud2Ground), tell him Cummings was intrigued by his digital musings (I particularly liked "Vocoder" while the 14 minute plus mix of "F5" is growing on me) and ask him what will it cost for Jeremy to send you a copy. "All music is created under the influence of Jesus Christ" runs the note on the sleeve. Amen.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Afterglow [Listen]
2. Away [Listen]
3. Fly (Paradigmatic Mix) [Listen]
4. Draw Nigh Unto Me [Listen]
5. Vocoder [Listen]
6. Feel Good (Ext. Ver.) [Listen]
7. F5 (Ext. Ver.) [Listen]
8. Away (Hydroplane Mix) [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Noah M in VA @ 02:20 on May 2 2009

I talked with Jeremy on his tour bus after his Shiny Toy Gun's show in DC on 4/28/09 and he said he did not have any of the cloud2ground albums. I recently found Jeremy's first DJ mix and cloud2ground's self titled album on ebay. If you are unable to find it, contact me.



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