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by Cloud Eleven

'60s and '70s style Psych-pop with influences ranging from Beatles to Beach Boys, from ELO to Joni Mitchell.
Genre: Pop: Psychedelic Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. On Pismo Beach
3:58 album only
2. Aural Illusion
4:14 album only
3. Solar Fields
4:04 album only
4. Bound to Follow
4:24 album only
5. For Weal and for Woe
3:30 album only
6. L.A. County
4:13 album only
7. Skywriting
4:07 album only
8. Your Mind's Eye
3:56 album only
9. Kingsville
4:29 album only
10. Same Sky
4:39 album only
11. One Big Hideaway
4:20 album only
12. Footnote
4:49 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Hello one and all! You can find the song lyrics for Footnote on the cloudeleven website.

all songs written, produced, arranged, performed, engineered, mixed and mastered (in one considerably long breath!) by rick gallego

a few random percussion elements were performed by ‘virtual’ nelson bragg

thank you to ben eshbach, who tutored me on perfecting the cello articulations

all songs published by mood ring music (bmi) © 2019

design and layout by steve stanley at now designs, los angeles, ca
big love to family, friends, felines and fans…you make it all worthwhile

special gratitude to todd rundgren, who lighted the way to my own musical existence all those years ago
“if you have a pair of headphones…”

Footnote is the new album by Cloud Eleven. Guess you could say it's another dose of mid-fi, bedroom-psych-pop. I did everything myself on this one, only because I could. Footnote doesn't sound like a big studio production because it's not. It sounds like it was recorded at home in a spare bedroom with minimal acoustics, and that suits me fine.

Cloud Eleven rarely perform live in concert.
Cloud Eleven don't have hit records or a fan club.
Cloud Eleven doesn't rock, and probably doesn't even roll.
Cloud Eleven aren't hip or cool.
Cloud Eleven doesn't make beats, but some of the lyrics do rhyme.
Cloud Eleven have never been a buzz band of the month.
Cloud Eleven records can't be found in most record stores, and rarely ever sell out of their first pressings.
Cloud Eleven will most likely be remembered as a Footnote in musical history, and that's okay.

I don't view the things above as negative, because Cloud Eleven is what it is. 
Cloud Eleven is my life's work and it's who I am as an artist.
I make music for myself first, and if other people dig it, that's great.
So, if you enjoy music that is gentle, melodic, poetic, psychedelic with a dash of melancholy and lots of harmonies, Footnote might be your thing. 
Footnote is my thing, and I stand by it. The way I see it, Cloud Eleven rules!



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