Christopher Cloud
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Christopher Cloud
Christopher Cloud
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Christopher Cloud "Blown Away" LP
Background information
OriginUnited States
GenresRock
1973
LabelsChelsea
Tommy Boyce (Christopher Cloud)
Michael Overly
Patrick O'Connor
Buggs Pemberton

In 1973, Christopher Cloud was an alias for Tommy Boyce of Boyce and Hart fame. He released an album called Blown Away on Chelsea Records (BCL1-0234) that same year. The band featured members of the group AIM. He also used a second alias on the record simply called "Tomme". This album has never been reissued on CD. It is to note that the last song on side A (Thank God For Rock'n Roll) is not referenced anywhere but on the actual record label. AIM released an album in 1974 called Aim For The Highest on Blue Thumb Records (BST64).

Track listing

  1. "Brand New Boogie at 10AM" (Michael Overly, Tommy Boyce)
  2. "Friendly Sabotage" (Michael Overly, Tommy Boyce)
  3. "Celebration" (Tomme)
  4. "Do You Want Me for Five Minutes?" (Tomme)
  5. "Thank God For Rock'n Roll" (Boyce-Boyce)
  6. "I Heard It All Thru The Wall" (Michael Overly, Tommy Boyce)
  7. "Cecilia" (Paul Simon)
  8. "Dr. Moss" (Tomme)
  9. "Zip a Dee Doo Dah" (Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert)
  10. "Sandra, The Cat Lover"

Personnel

  • Patrick O'Connor - bass guitar
  • Buggs Pemberton - drums
  • Michael Overly - vocals, lead guitar
  • Ben Benay - harmonica
  • Tomme (Tommy Boyce) and Michael Overly - vocals
  • Christopher Cloud (Tommy Boyce) - arrangements
  • Tomme (Tommy Boyce) - producer

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