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Anonymous: Who sang along with Nick on All my Sorrows (that's the title I know), on Family Tree? Christine

The song is All my Trials which is a folk cover by Nick and his sister Gabrielle.


Nick Drake as a child.

Nick Drake as a child.

January 17th at 3:00

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September 13th at 8:11

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"Been Smoking Too Long"

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Been Smoking Too Long by Nick Drake

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"A troubled cure, for a troubled mind."

Nick Drake at home, most probably the late 60’s.

Nick Drake at home, most probably the late 60’s.

July 14th at 7:01

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"By the early 1990s, he had come to represent a certain type of “doomed romantic” musician in the UK music press."

Clearly taken just before or after the famous ‘wall’ shots Keith took in support of Five Leaves Left, this study reflects the same theme of Nick somehow existing slightly apart from the hectic ebb and flow of normal life.

Clearly taken just before or after the famous ‘wall’ shots Keith took in support of Five Leaves Left, this study reflects the same theme of Nick somehow existing slightly apart from the hectic ebb and flow of normal life.

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Nick Drake at Hampstead Heath - by Keith Morris
Keith remembered of the sessions for Nick’s last album, Pink Moon: “It was a bleak, grey day… Nick was totally cooperative but said very little, couldn’t interact and found it difficult to look towards the camera. It was like I was intruding on private grief.” All of which is reflected in these pictures.

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Nick Drake at Hampstead Heath - by Keith Morris

Keith remembered of the sessions for Nick’s last album, Pink Moon: “It was a bleak, grey day… Nick was totally cooperative but said very little, couldn’t interact and found it difficult to look towards the camera. It was like I was intruding on private grief.” All of which is reflected in these pictures.


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