the new CD "Freshly Broken Glass" is almost ready
I've been trying to get this out for quite a while. Not Sure why it should be sush a big deal. It's a collection of old demos. I guess it may be the fact that I know then all so well. But then again I'd forgotten a lot of them . Anyways I wound up spending like three months mastering and remastering these songs. Trying to fix some of the errors by twisting a knob and trying to squeeze the last drob of ancient life-blood from these dying monsters. Anyways it will be available soon and I hope you will give it a spin. I think its pretty amazing.
“The Cruelty of Gravity,” is being released !!!
"The guitar riff for Norma is like an international party anthem". This definitely should have been the theme for some great 80's movie.
The celebrity co-conspirators remain nameless but director Randy
Morgan does a great job at re-creating a "Love Shack" vibe in this light-hearted romp. Do yourself a favor and pick up the CD, "The Cruelty of
Gravity" for hours of retro-ecstacy, Supermodel Vanessa M lends herself
to this incredible 80's romp."Norma McCall" is available now on
"Sounds like MGMT on Rock" Check out more songs at Reverbnation.
What is it that's waiting outside ? Is it freedom ? Is it the answer ? Does the lady at the pharmacy hold the key ? Or is it the yacht at the end? Once again Abraham Cloud has proven that anyone can do anything with almost absolutely nothing but an idea. This is a thoroughly entertaining home-made video of an absolutely great song. From the Herb Alpert horns on the intro to the sinister , haunting "I Love You's" the listener is taken on a private journey somewhere south of Sane. Buy now on Itunes or relax and buy later on Amazon.
Thanks so much for stopping by, It's really exciting for me to think that somebody new is hearing my songs. If you'd like to hear more don't hesitate to sign up for the mailing list below. I'll totally respect your privacy and send you a lot of cool stuff as well. I'm a little different from most musicians out there these days in that I hate playing live. Once I'm doing it it can be amazing and I don't know if its stage fright or the fact that I just don't like people looking at me but I do love writing and recording and recently doing my own videos at home. I guess I'm kind of a shut-in these days sending my "message in a bottle " out through the internet. Anyways , thanks again for listening, (by the way , you can hit a button on the widget at the bottom of the page to change songs) And here's hoping that all out dreams eventually will come true ......
The two videos below are songs from my first record "Another Successful Breakfast" , They're my first venture at film making so they're pretty rough. Hopefully they bring the songs to life a little and leave you with a strong desire to visit The Cloud more often.
"Another Successful Breakfast is a quick trip through the dark streets of Los Angeles where the
extremes of the night leave many wandering aimlessly in search of food , shelter . sex , love , or maybe just entertainment. Download this classic Abraham
Cloud song and re-live LA the way the Doors saw it , Bleak,
Beautiful. Promising and Devastating. Waiting patiently to
confuse the pious and reward the lost angels; Johnny Cash fans get a
free subway ride on
The best drinking song of all time finds new life in Puerto
Vallarto. Check out the beautiful Mexican women and the beautiful Baja
Coast line. Also caught on tape is the famous Indian Shaman Jolito
wearing his magical Mayan Calander ring. Its a total 2012 Celebration
here on the Mexican Riviera,
Often contemplative, frequently introspective and always insightful, Abe tells a story like no one else. Some feel that the root of his creativity seems to be a very troubled childhood. The result, intensely personal stories with universal appeal. If you're a fan of David Bowie, Loenard Cohen, Johnny Cash, Bright Eyes or Beck you might be quite nicely surprised by Abraham Cloud. So go ahead, you step outside put a match to your cigarette and check out "Cigarette Bar."
"All I know is after hearing a few songs, I suddenly realized there was some secret tunnel that had opened directly between me and the music, like a bridge or a vein, a private passage, and what was coming through was way more than just music. It was like the first time tripping, when the door flew open and blew right off its hinges and will never close again! Not that I would want it to anyway, but you know. It was beyond powerful."
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