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John SurmanHow Many Clouds Can You See?

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Galata Bridge
Caractacus
Premonition
Event
Gathering
Ritual
Circle Dance
How Many Clouds Can You See?

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Cover of How Many Clouds Can You See?, 1970, VinylHow Many Clouds Can You See?
LP, Album, Stereo
Deram – SML-R 1045UK1970UK1970
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Cover of How Many Clouds Can You See?, 1970, VinylHow Many Clouds Can You See?
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Deram – DML-R 1045UK1970UK1970
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Cover of How Many Clouds Can You See?, 1970-07-10, VinylHow Many Clouds Can You See?
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Deram – DL 3001Japan1970Japan1970
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Cover of How Many Clouds Can You See?, 1998, CDHow Many Clouds Can You See?
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Deram – 844 882-2UK & Europe1998UK & Europe1998
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Cover of How Many Clouds Can You See?, 2006, CDHow Many Clouds Can You See?
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Vocalion – CDSML 8428UK2006UK2006
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Cover of How Many Clouds Can You See?, 2008-06-25, CDHow Many Clouds Can You See?
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Deram – UCCM-9252, Deram – SML-R 1045Japan2008Japan2008
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Edited 2 years ago
'Tremendous improvement on John Surman's first record - not just cos the Calypso has been dropped but because generally speaking John's organized his group much better. Galata starts off in an undisguised Coltrane fashion- and moves off into three distinct sections- the most pleasing being the emergence of John Taylor from a few repeated riffs of 'In a Persian Market'. Caractacus is a II nd class version of Vigil from Tranes Kulu Se Mama - whilst Premonition has the excellent Mr Taylor and Mr Oxley sounding rather like Mile's group men, Williams and Hancock- not to mention Tyner- Event is too long and Clouds is really too short for such a beautiful wistful tune. Worth a good listen. " Review by - Miles Kington.
good sleeve notes aswell by Miles