Nick Drake Bryter Layter

Nick Drake - Bryter Layter (1970/2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz] RE-UP

Nick Drake - Bryter Layter (1970/2013)
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With every passing year, it becomes a little less accurate to say that Nick Drake has a cult following. Cults, by their very nature, tend to exist on the margins, the subject of their admiration unknown or even unloved by the vast majority of people. Bryter Layter, Nick Drake’s second album, was released on Island Records in the UK in 1970. Like his debut album, it was engineered by John Wood and produced by Joe Boyd. All brass and string arrangements were by Robert Kirby, Nick’s vocals and guitar were augmented by Fairport Convention’s Richard Thompson on guitar, Dave Pegg on bass and Dave Mattacks on drums. John Cale contributed keyboards and viola, Ray Warleigh played viola and flute, Pat Arnold and Doris Troy added backing vocals, amongst others.

Nick Drake - Bryter Layter (1970) [SHM-CD UICX-1199]  

Posted by Sartre at Nov. 9, 2011
Nick Drake - Bryter Layter (1970) [SHM-CD UICX-1199]

Nick Drake - Bryter Layter (1970) [SHM-CD UICX-1199]
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With even more of the Fairport Convention crew helping him out – including bassist Dave Pegg and drummer Dave Mattacks along with, again, a bit of help from Richard Thompson – as well as John Cale and a variety of others, Drake tackled another excellent selection of songs on his second album. Demonstrating the abilities shown on Five Leaves Left didn't consist of a fluke, Bryter Layter featured another set of exquisitely arranged and performed tunes, with producer Joe Boyd and orchestrator Robert Kirby reprising their roles from the earlier release.

Nick Drake - Bryter Layter  Music

Posted by ei4ia at May 19, 2007
Nick Drake - Bryter Layter

Nick Drake - Bryter Layter (1970)
FLAC (226mb) | MP3 320 CBR (92mb)

With even more of the Fairport Convention crew helping him out – including bassist Dave Pegg and drummer Dave Mattacks along with, again, a bit of help from Richard Thompson – as well as John Cale and a variety of others, Drake tackled another excellent selection of songs on his second album. Demonstrating the abilities shown on Five Leaves Left didn't consist of a fluke, Bryter Layter featured another set of exquisitely arranged and performed tunes. (AMG)

Nick Drake - Bryter Layter - (1970)  Music

Posted by [email protected] at April 13, 2007
Nick Drake - Bryter Layter - (1970)

Nick Drake - Bryter Layter - (1970)
Folk | MP3 | @320 Kbps | 39,22 | 93,22 Mb | Covers
Nick Drake - Tuck Box (2013) [5CD Box Set] {Universal Island Records Limited Edition}

Nick Drake - Tuck Box (2013) [5CD Box Set] {Universal Island Records Limited Edition}
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© 2013 Universal Island Records | 0602537538546
Rock / Folk Rock / British Folk / Baroque Pop

Island/Universal Music release a five CD, limited edition collection of the complete Nick Drake catalogue 'Tuck Box'; Five Leaves Left: Nick's debut album from 1969. Bryter Layter: the second album released in 1970. Pink Moon: Nick's final release from 1972. Made To Love Magic: the collection of Island-period recordings, out-takes, off cuts, cast-offs, orphans and the last 5 songs Nick recorded for his proposed 4th album. Family Tree: originally released in 2004 to add to and replace the Time Of No Reply compilation, Family Tree is a collection of recordings made before the Island Records period, from a 9 year old Nick playing Mozart through to spoken word pieces, early songs, cover versions and demos recorded to secure his contract, as well as two recordings by his mother Molly Drake perhaps written in response to her son (Originally released in 2007).

Nick Drake - Tuck Box (2014) [5CD Box Set]  

Posted by SERTiL at Jan. 27, 2014
Nick Drake - Tuck Box (2014) [5CD Box Set]

Nick Drake - Tuck Box
Folk, Acoustic, Singer-Songwriters | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 215:37 min | 524 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Island | Tracks: 71 | Rls.date: 2014-01-21

Island/Universal Music release a five CD, limited edition collection of the complete Nick Drake catalogue 'Tuck Box'; FIVE LEAVES LEFT: Nick's debut album from 1969. BRYTER LAYTER: the second album released in 1970. PINK MOON: Nick's final release from 1972. MADE TO LOVE MAGIC: the collection of Island-period recordings, out-takes, off cuts, cast-offs, orphans and the last 5 songs Nick recorded for his proposed 4th album.

Nick Drake - Pink Moon 1972  

Posted by micaus11 at Dec. 10, 2008
Nick Drake - Pink Moon  1972

Nick Drake - Pink Moon 1972
MP3 @ 320 | 67 MB | Covers included
Genre: Singer / Songwriter

Absolutely essential, no question.

A stark, solo 28-minute adieu, Pink Moon was the last album Nick Drake lived to complete. That it proved to be his last album lends a suicidal urgency, and much has since been read into its staccato bleakness. But even before his previous album, Bryter Layter, was released, Nick had decided that the next one would be just him and a guitar–"no frills" he insisted. There is little comfort to be found in songs like "Know" or "Parasite" but, in an irony Nick would have appreciated, an American car commercial featuring the haunting title track recently alerted a huge new audience to his music. Digitalmore… remastering has enhanced the sound of all Nick's albums, but perhaps Pink Moon has benefited most: its aural environment, now all-enveloping, lending a pristine clarity to that matchless singing and playing. Sombre it may be, but it is a mistake to view Pink Moon as a tombstone–or, indeed, Nick Drake as a victim. Enjoy his music. He did. –Patrick Humphries

Nick Drake - 1970-Bryter Layter  Music

Posted by phil_ga at Aug. 26, 2006
Nick Drake - 1970-Bryter Layter

Nick Drake - 1970-Bryter Layter
51 MB | MP3 @ 192 VBR

After crafting a debut album full of gorgeous, somber chamber folk, Nick Drake innovated his style with 'Bryter Layter'. First is the change is atmosphere, as the framework is light and airy where 'Five Leaves Left' was dark and foreboding. Moreover, Drake's artfully expressed inner emotions peek through at every turn in the lyrics and in his heartfelt vocal delivery. 'At the Chime of a City Clock' finds Drake facing existential despair at every turn. Perhaps the crucial moment of 'Bryter Layter' occurs on 'Poor Boy', where female backing vocalists literally mock the singer's anguished mournings. Clearly, for as much as Drake's heart and soul were bared in every note of his music, he was aware enough to know that his disillusioned romantic view of the world was one that put him on the fringes of society. Of course, some twenty-five years later, his early seventies work would find a much wider audience, even though the initial era of the sensitive singer/songwriter had long since passed.

Nick Drake: Dreaming England  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by happy4all at Oct. 16, 2016
Nick Drake: Dreaming England

Nick Drake: Dreaming England By Nathan Wiseman-Trowse
2013 | 224 Pages | ISBN: 1780231768 | PDF | 1 MB

Nick Drake - Nefertiti (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Proghunter at March 2, 2016
Nick Drake - Nefertiti (Repost)

Nick Drake - Nefertiti
Italian | 2006 | ISBN: N/A | PDF/EPUB | 277 pages | 4.2 MB