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  1. Sataxe
    Nick Drake - Bryter Layter (Vinyl LP) Now $ Was. Save. Nick Drake - Bryter Layter (Vinyl LP) Now $ Was Save. Availability: In Stock (12) Add to Cart More characteristic is the intensely considered solitude of "Poor Boy," "One of These Things First" and "Fly," which features John Cale's moaning viola It's a measure of his.
  2. Vilkis
    A Treasury is a Nick Drake compilation aimed at the audiophile audience. Released in the UK on 27 September and in the US on 26 October , it was available as both a hybrid multichannel SACD and a gram vinyl LP.
  3. Dushura
    Artist: Nick Drake Genre: Folk Release Date: 07/02/ Label: Island Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Sound: Stereo Length: Format: Vinyl LP Note: Gram Vinyl repro with textured sleeve and download card.
  4. Moogurisar
    Best of compilation, A Treasury (Island/UMe), brings Drake's somber beauty to the LP format. The selection is Drake's definitive collection, both the perfect introduction to a talented and sadly missed artist and an essential companion to his rarities release, Made To Love Magic.
  5. Tacage
    A Treasury, a Compilation of songs by Nick Drake. Released 27 September on Island (catalog no. CID / ; SACD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Chamber Folk, Contemporary Folk.
  6. Mezigrel
    Artist: Nick Drake Genre: Folk Release Date: 08/19/ Label: Universal Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP Note: Audiophile pressing made for Record Store Day Includes a reproduction original U.S. shop poster and album history.
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  8. Akinolabar
    BuyNick Drake - A Treasury on vinyl LP at SRCVinyl. Island Records Nick Drake release.
  9. Kazragul
    On the release of Bryter Layter in , the agoraphobic Nick Drake put the nails in the album's coffin by failing to accompany it with any publicity - or indeed barely any live performance. It was only after his death, (four years later from an overdose of prescription drugs), that the self-destructive singer's music garnered any real praise.

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