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George HarrisonCloud Nine

Label:Dark Horse Records – WX 123, Dark Horse Records – 925 643-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Pop Rock, Classic Rock

Tracklist

A1Cloud 93:14
A2That's What It Takes3:58
A3Fish On The Sand3:20
A4Just For Today4:04
A5This Is Love3:45
A6When We Was Fab3:58
B1Devil's Radio3:52
B2Someplace Else3:51
B3Wreck Of The Hesperus3:30
B4Breath Away From Heaven3:35
B5Got My Mind Set On You3:51
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Notes

Recorded at F.P.S.H.O.T., England.
Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering, L.A.
Gary Wright courtesy of Cypress Records.
Eric Clapton courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Elton John courtesy of The Rocket Record Co. Ltd. / Phonogram Ltd.

UK: WX 123

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout): WX-123-A2
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout): WX-123-B2
  • Price Code (France): WE 381

Other Versions (5 of 136)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Cloud Nine (CD, Album, Stereo, Discovery Systems)Dark Horse Records9 25643-2US1987
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Cloud Nine (Cassette, Album, SR, Dolby HX Pro, B NR)Dark Horse Records, Dark Horse Records9 25643-4, 4-25643US1987
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Cloud Nine (CD, Album)Dark Horse Records925 643-2Europe1987
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Cloud Nine (LP, Album, Club Edition)Dark Horse Records, Dark Horse RecordsW1 25643, 9 W1-25643US1987
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Cloud Nine (LP, Album)Dark Horse Records, Dark Horse Records925 643-1, WX 123Europe1987

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Reviews

  • D_I_Kertis's avatar
    D_I_Kertis
    The only Harrison album I have managed to own on LP, cassette, and CD. Unfortunately, not sure what became of the cassette, which was a gift years ago and my first copy of the album. A beautiful record that, contrary to some opinions, largely benefits from Jeff Lynne's production. Strong material from start to finish, both the hit singles and the more obscure album tracks. Fish on the Sand, This is Love, Devil's Radio are special favorites. The latter is one of two tracks (the other being the sweet That's What it Takes) to feature Clapton on guitar. Wish George had published more music in his lifetime, but each of his recordings is a gift.
    • copyboy311's avatar
      copyboy311
      Edited 4 years ago
      There are some very good tracks on this album (why wasn't "Devil's Radio a single?) and some that pass as filler, but the sequencing could have used some tinkering to make the flow better. A lot of the best songs are buried on side 2.
      • fred.cordiano's avatar
        Was living in Costa Mesa when this album debuted
        Just a great experience.
        Gave up my vinyl collection years ago.
        I have this re mastered from his Dark Horse Box
        Excellent !

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