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thor


thor

Flaming Lesbian
Location: Portland, Oregon

Total posts: 181
Posted:I don't know why I had `Nick Drake - Cello Song.mp3` on my computer, I don't even remember downloading it. but I listened to it last night, and discovered one of the most soulful and haunting musicians I'd ever heard. has this ever happened to anyone else?

I wonder how it got on my computer, but am glad I've been introduced to it. So check out Nick Drake. You might like him.

Such a shame he died at only 26.


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Lights dancing off my skin as chains wrap round it.
Pain is in a little box and I'm so glad I found it.

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Twisthem488


Twisthem488

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Location: USA

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Posted:domo darko
its free to listen to, posted by the artist so its kk to listen to. i love it.


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woodnymph


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Posted:nick drake is one of my favorites.......i found him in a similarly mysterious way...i was looking thru a collection of records in an obscure little shop in nairobi when i saw his face on an album cover and decided he looked interesting...it was love at first listen ubblove ubbangel

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DeepSoulSheep
GOLD Member since Sep 2002

DeepSoulSheep

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Location: Berlin, Ireland

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Posted:I concur. cool

I live in a world of infinite possibilities.

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Flynt
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Flynt

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Location: , Australia

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Posted:Nick Drakes Albums:

Five Leaves Left
Bryter Layter
Pink Moon

also released:
Way to Blue, a mix of his songs, plus a few not previously released.

Suggestions: Do a search, there are other Nick Drake fans on HoP, myself included.


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Kit


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Location: middle of Troon

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Posted:pretty pretty mosic is nick drake...

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Dunc
GOLD Member since Aug 2003

Dunc

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Posted:Nike Drake was a star...wish I'd gotten into him a bit more. Didn't realise that he was only 26 when he died.

yeah I know that feeling your'e talking about...it gives me goosebumps all over the back of my neck!!!


Let's relight this forum ubblove

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Warchild
BRONZE Member since Jan 2004

After 17 hrs i got the little beautie
Location: Sunny Devon, UK

Total posts: 340
Posted:I know what you mean. I spent alot of my teens listening to Nick Drake. I created some of my best art work listening to him and John Martyn. For some reason i cant think of one of these artist with out the other. But for me it has to be solid air by John Martyn. That for some reason hits somewhere deep inside. Sends shivers every time i hear it.
But both artist are truely great.

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Trillian
BRONZE Member since Feb 2004

Trillian

Llamas are larger than frogs.
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Total posts: 319
Posted:*looks through dad's record collection*
Hmmm...Dire Straits...Don Dixon...Dr. John...There we go! Nick Drake-Pink Moon
*has a listen*
I like him a lot! "Which Way" and "Horn" are good. Wonder if we have any other albums...


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Posted:I learned about the Red hot Chili Peppers cuz they were pre downloaded into my MP3 player. wierd

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OrangeBobo
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OrangeBobo

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Location: Guelph, ON, Canada

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Posted:Quote:
*looks through dad's record collection*
Hmmm...Dire Straits...Don Dixon...Dr. John...There we go! Nick Drake-Pink Moon
*has a listen*
I like him a lot! "Which Way" and "Horn" are good. Wonder if we have any other albums...



Hmm, I'll have to keep an eye open for him when I organized my dad's records!! There's only about 1000... rolleyes

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Trillian
BRONZE Member since Feb 2004

Trillian

Llamas are larger than frogs.
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Total posts: 319
Posted:So does mine...although it's probably more like 2000. He has all of his old LP's in our basement, which he has saved over his whole life pretty much, and they are all alphabetized. Plus there are a few shelves full of CD's, too. He used to do a few radio shows, so he has a lot of stuff from that. It's all added up...and it is really nice cause I can count on him having pretty much any older music that i've heard about and want to listen to(like Nick Drake! and Man...etc. smile)

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