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Cloud Nine (W/2 Bonus Tracks) [Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks]

Harrison George Audio CD
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1. Cloud Nine
2. That's What It Takes
3. Fish On The Sand
4. Just For Today
5. This Is Love
6. When We Was Fab
7. Devil's Radio
8. Someplace Else
9. Wreck Of The Hesperus
10. Breath Away From Heaven
11. Got My Mind Set On You
12. Shanghai Surprise (Bonus track)
13. Zig Zag (Bonus track)

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His smash 1987 LP with his #1 hit Got My Mind Set on You . Bonus cuts: Shanghai Surprise and Zig Zag .

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5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME!! GEORGE IS BACK AND NEVER BETTER May 19 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is THE comeback album that re-established George Harrison as a star in his own right (he no longer had to be a Beatle to be famous) It was eagerly anticipated in 1987 when it first came out and was well worth the wait. This album also established George's long working relationship with Jeff Lynne (of ELO) and led directly to both the Travelling Wilbury's and Lynne's production of the new "Beatles" singles Real Love and Free As A Bird for the Beatles Anthology project in the mid nineties. The two bonus tracks are a nice addition as well. George is in great voice and there is literally no filler on this album. Part of the essential Harrison collection along with All Things Must Pass, this is a must for all fans of George and the Fab Four. Points of trivia:Harrison himself said in an interview at the time this LP came out - he was going to call it "Spot the Looney!" - that cool Gretsch that he's holding on the cover is his first "real guitar" a "Duo Jet" from the Hamburg days in the early 1960's and the same electric he used on the first British LP "Please Please Me".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent album. Jan. 11 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I don't know whether it makes any sense to review it. Those who familiar with George Harrison music definitely love it. It's one of the best albums released by all ex-Beatles.
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5.0 out of 5 stars His best work since All Things Must Pass June 2 2004
Format:Audio CD
Cloud Nine (1987.) George Harrison's ninth solo album.
Following the release of his 1982 album, Gone Troppo, George Harrison took an extended vacation from recording albums for a while. During his leave of absence, he recorded a track for the Porky's Revenge soundtrack, which was nothing short of excellent - and a premonition of what was to come. In 1987, Harrison teamed up with Electric Light Orchestra (E.L.O.) frontman Jeff Lynne, for some help with his upcoming ninth studio album. And in 1987, Cloud Nine was released. This was Harrison's most popular release in nearly fifteen years! Does it live up to the hype, or is it just an overrated and subpar effort? Read on for my review.
Is this album overrated? Yes it is. Does it deserve to be overrated? Yes it does. This is George Harrison's first true five-star album since 1970's All Things Must Pass. No, this album doesn't quite top that one, but it's a very close second best. On this album, Harrison serves up masterpiece after masterpiece. The big hits to be found on this album are Got My Mind Set On You and When We Was Fab. Got My Mind Set On You is a cover of a song written by Rudy Clark. Harrison's take on the song hit number one on the pop charts. The other fairly popular track featured on this album is When We Was Fab, Harrison's ode to his Beatle days. Because of Jeff Lynne's assistance on this album, many tracks on the album greatly resemble Electric Light Orchestra - and this is the closest thing on the album to one of their songs. But, the big hits aren't the only good songs on this album! In addition to Jeff Lynne, Harrison recruited an assortment of all-star musicians for these sessions. The album's title track even featured Eric Clapton on guitars!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cause for Celebration April 21 2004
Format:Audio CD
The reissue of "Cloud Nine" is a cause for celebration. The remastering sounds fresh. Harrison's material on this set is consistently strong. The title track is one of his best buoyant melodies. "If That's What It Takes" is a strong song, one that has me hit the repeat button. "Just for Today" is one of my favorite meditative songs; its sincerity as Harrison tries to live "through this day only" highlights his "Be Here Now" philosophy of living in the moment. The bubbly background vocals on "This Is Love" and the retro guitar riff makes this one of Harrison's most addictive tracks, "little things that will change you forever may appear from way out of the blue." The lovely piano part with the classical melody makes "We Was Fab" one of Harrison's greatest Beatle legacy tracks. "Devil's Radio" may be a bit overly didactic, but Harrison rocks so well that it's nevertheless quite fun as we join in singing "gossip". On "Someplace Else" the slower melody works marvelously as the gumdrop background choruses lull us into the sweetest of moods, "I need you now to be beside me." "Wreck of the Hesperus" rocks out joyfully with Harrison's marvelous lead guitar punctuating his unusual lyrics. The lovely Asian-inflected melody of "Breath of Heaven" is charmingly romantic. The closer for the original release, "Got My Mind Set On You," is one of Harrison's most commercial rockers, "It's going to take patience and time to do it right." The bonus track "Shanghai Surprise" has some lovely Beatlesque harmonies. "Zig Zag" seems a bit whimsical and perhaps a bit half-baked, but it's a lot of fun! The sequencing of songs provides just the right mix of fast & slow. The art and photos in the booklet are exquisite. This re-release of this classic set is not to be missed. Bravo!
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5.0 out of 5 stars George On Cloud Nine April 9 2004
Format:Audio CD
George Harrison had huge success with his 1987 album, "Cloud Nine," and with good reason: this is some of the most catchiest, irresistible music George ever made in his solo career. Co-produced by George and his pal, Jeff Lynne (of ELO), "Cloud Nine" contains nothing but absolutely wonderful, infectious pop: the title song, "That's What It Takes," "This Is Love," "When We Was Fab" (George's affectionate look back at his Fab Four days), "Devil's Radio," "Breath Away From Heaven," George's #1 hit single cover of Rudy Clark's "Got My Mind Set On You," and all the rest---simply marvelous music. George sings & plays his heart out, and he's joined on the album by a great group of friends, not only Jeff Lynne but also Eric Clapton, Elton John, and his old Beatle chum Ringo Starr. "Cloud Nine" is a very happy, upbeat, feel-good album that's eager to please, and it remains one of George Harrison's very best. You, too, will be on Cloud Nine listening to this one!
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5.0 out of 5 stars George is GREAT!!!
Yet another GREAT CD by GEORGE! While with the Beatles, I always think he was underated! Although, with the Beatles he didn't write many songs, but they where some of the BEST... Read more
Published on Nov. 26 2009 by Luap Van Horn
5.0 out of 5 stars Harrison's triumphant return to the spotlight
Cloud Nine (1987.) George Harrison's ninth solo album.
Following the release of his 1982 album, Gone Troppo, George Harrison took an extended vacation from recording albums... Read more
Published on May 18 2004 by Rocker_Man
5.0 out of 5 stars Every once in awhile, an artist comes along...
Who is sublimely different from everyone else out there. The Beatles stormed the world in the '60s and changed the face of music forever. Read more
Published on March 13 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars George Harrison "Cloud 9" 1987
George Harrison's "comeback" album is one of the best of his career. Personally I don't believe it is a comeback, it was just more commercial than any of his previous albums. Read more
Published on March 10 2004 by jms2979
5.0 out of 5 stars God Bless George
This one of the most honest and lyrical albums ever. "Fish on the Sand" and "This is Love" is worth the price of this gem alone. Don't leave home without it.
Published on March 10 2004 by Woodshed
5.0 out of 5 stars One Of The Best Albums Of All Time!
This Album Is Great. I Love it. George Harrison Is One Of The
Best Artists Of All Time, This Is a Glossy Recording With Great Music. The Album Is Genius. George Rocks.
Published on March 8 2004 by steven weiner
5.0 out of 5 stars Great album!
I had this album in cassette back in the day, but I waited for the remastered disc to finally upgrade, and it is worth it! Read more
Published on March 2 2004 by Brian Shaw
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow...
Where to begin reviewing an album wherein the smash single from it is one of the weakest songs it contains?
Every Harrison fan knows the story of this album. Read more
Published on March 1 2004 by Follett R
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