TS: Nick Drake's "Bryter Later" vs. "Pink Moon"

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The ultimate throwdown.

Unless you think Five Leaves Left is better, which you might, and are free to say so.




Bimble... (Bimble...), Friday, 11 March 2005 06:51 (fifteen years ago) link

Some of the arrangements on the first two albums make me cringe, while Pink Moon is just Nick and a guitar.

Plus, Pink Moon has "Road."

Johnny Fever (johnny fever), Friday, 11 March 2005 06:52 (fifteen years ago) link

bryter layter

i like chime of a city clock

charltonlido (gareth), Friday, 11 March 2005 06:53 (fifteen years ago) link

"Pink Moon" but it's close.

The Good Dr. Bill (The Good Dr. Bill), Friday, 11 March 2005 06:58 (fifteen years ago) link

I like Nick when he's at his most creepily maudlin, so I'd go with Pink Moon, myself.

Alex in NYC (vassifer), Friday, 11 March 2005 07:02 (fifteen years ago) link

Pink pink pink pink.....

Don't Ever Antagonize The Horny (AaronHz), Friday, 11 March 2005 07:05 (fifteen years ago) link

(the little piano bit is still one of the Best Things Ever)

Don't Ever Antagonize The Horny (AaronHz), Friday, 11 March 2005 07:06 (fifteen years ago) link

Pink moon. The first one i heard - at an impressionable age.

mullygrubbr (bulbs), Friday, 11 March 2005 07:07 (fifteen years ago) link

Hmm... sometimes "bigger and coarser" is better, but I'm definitely going to side with Pink Moon here.

poortheatre (poortheatre), Friday, 11 March 2005 07:11 (fifteen years ago) link

I think "Things Behind the Sun" alone makes Pink Moon the clear winner.

Alex in NYC (vassifer), Friday, 11 March 2005 07:13 (fifteen years ago) link

If you'd asked me at any time since 1997, even last week, I most likely would have said Bryter Later. But today I lack the wherewithal to choose. Please do not ask me at gunpoint to choose between these two albums. I'll know in about 5 years where I stand, but not yet.

First person who uses the fact that I said "5 years" as an opportunity to quote David Bowie's lyrics gets smacked with a big wet fish.

Bimble... (Bimble...), Friday, 11 March 2005 07:37 (fifteen years ago) link

Five Leaves Left for me. First I heard, still hits the hardest.

Bryter Layter is an imperfect record. Pink Moon is a perfect record. But my favorite of the three is Five Leaves Left.

Stormy Davis (diamond), Friday, 11 March 2005 07:56 (fifteen years ago) link

Definitely Pink Moon. I don't listen to Nick Drake much because he depresses me in a way that other "depressing" music (Leonard Cohen for example) doesn't. So I always feel like if I'm going to submit to that mood I might as well go for the bleakest most stripped down album.

walter kranz (walterkranz), Friday, 11 March 2005 08:17 (fifteen years ago) link

'Five Leaves Left' for me, if only for "Fruit Tree".
'Bryter Layter' sometimes sounds like the greatest thing, but I guess it's maybe be a bit more mood dependant. 'Pink Moon' has always been a bit too dry for me (although "Things behind the Sun" and "Roads" are probably my fave Drake tunes).

Baaderonixxx le Jeune (Fabfunk), Friday, 11 March 2005 08:53 (fifteen years ago) link

five leaves left. my first encounter with nick drake. it knocked me down in 1980. it still knocks me down now. bryter later is over-produced for my ears. still excellent but too opulent for a nick drake record. pink moon is the other extreme: very austere, probably the most "authentic" nick drake. it's one of the best records ever but five leaves left is a tick stronger. maybe the reason is that all the despair is already there but still very well wrapped up whereas pink moon makes me feel a little uncomfortable as drake really let's us poke into his depression. there is something embarrassing about this kind of strip of the soul.

alex in mainhattan (alex63), Friday, 11 March 2005 09:11 (fifteen years ago) link

john berger to thread

mullygrubbr (bulbs), Friday, 11 March 2005 09:24 (fifteen years ago) link

pink moon, but northern sky makes the decision ever so hard.

lukey (Lukey G), Friday, 11 March 2005 09:28 (fifteen years ago) link

Bryter. Pink Moon only has 2 or 3 great songs, and I like Nick better with a band and arrangements. PM's highs ("Things Behind the Sun", "Parasite") are probably his best moments though.

Ferlin Husky (noodle vague), Friday, 11 March 2005 09:53 (fifteen years ago) link

They're all uber classic, but here are my rankings from best to slightly-less-than-best :

1.Five Leaves Left
2.Bryter Layter
3.Pink Moon

Bryter is the one whose individual songs I listen to the most. Five Leaves is the one which I listen to all the way through the most. Pink is the one which I listen to all the way through the most if I'm in a really fucked mood and I'm impatient.

And I think some of the best songs ended up on Time Of No Reply/Made To Love Magic

donut debonair (donut), Friday, 11 March 2005 10:12 (fifteen years ago) link

all three of them.

Chris 'The Nuts' V (Chris V), Friday, 11 March 2005 11:09 (fifteen years ago) link

"five leaves left" is the only one i really got into. love it.

didn't like bryter later.

didn't listen to pink moon more than a couple of times. i may go back to it.

weasel diesel (K1l14n), Friday, 11 March 2005 12:08 (fifteen years ago) link

has everyone seen the cover of the new Boris album on southern lord?

scott seward (scott seward), Friday, 11 March 2005 12:25 (fifteen years ago) link

Pink Moon I would say - From the Morning is one of the best things ever, and the rest of the album is silly good. However, Bryter Later has got Northern Sky, which makes me weep and laugh simultaneously, so I don't bloody know. I've copied the lot onto an MP3 CD anyway, so it's something of a moot question for me.

Johnney B (Johnney B), Friday, 11 March 2005 12:49 (fifteen years ago) link

"Bryter Layter", clearly. I felt like his other album were a bit too toned down. On "Bryter Layter", he was still downbeat and mellow, however with a bit more variasjon in the arrangements than elsewhere. Also, the best songs are on "Bryter Layter"

Geir Hongro (GeirHong), Friday, 11 March 2005 12:55 (fifteen years ago) link

If and saying if I had to choose...I'd go with Bryter Layter as well. Northern Sky....best song. My wedding song. Sentimental fav.

Chris 'The Nuts' V (Chris V), Friday, 11 March 2005 12:56 (fifteen years ago) link

I love Bryter Layter.

dog latin (dog latin), Friday, 11 March 2005 13:01 (fifteen years ago) link

Hazey Jane pt II is my favorite Nick Drake song; it alone makes Bryter Leyter the better album. Also it's never been tainted by car commercials.

j c (j c), Friday, 11 March 2005 13:06 (fifteen years ago) link

It has to be Pink Moon. The other two have some great songs, but there are some shockingly cloying arrangements which ruin many others. Case in point: 'Main In A Shed' which sounds incredible in demo form, but has it's mood completely killed on the LP.

Chewshabadoo (Chewshabadoo), Friday, 11 March 2005 13:07 (fifteen years ago) link

pink moon. agree with others about the arrangements & production.

AaronK (AaronK), Friday, 11 March 2005 13:33 (fifteen years ago) link

Pink Moon, but I only got Bryter Later a few weeks ago ($7.99 new on sale - such deal!) and I've been listening to it like crazy. You listen to Pink Moon all the time and you forget that Nick Drake had this whole other thing going with that lush sound. All three records are great, but I would agree that Pink Moon is a perfect album.

Mark (MarkR), Friday, 11 March 2005 14:10 (fifteen years ago) link

"Five Leaves Left for me. First I heard, still hits the hardest.

Bryter Layter is an imperfect record. Pink Moon is a perfect record. But my favorite of the three is Five Leaves Left."

-- Stormy Davis, March 11th, 2005.

what this guy said goes for me too! i agree with all of it.and i also heard five leaves left first too. i bought that, went insane, went and bought bryter layter, went insane, said fuck it, went and bought the vinyl box set, went insane again. still insane.

scott seward (scott seward), Friday, 11 March 2005 14:15 (fifteen years ago) link

If I had to choose the best one I would go with Pink Moon, but I actually listen to Bryter Later more often. When is anyone not in the mood for a little Hazey Jane?

jedidiah (jedidiah), Friday, 11 March 2005 15:59 (fifteen years ago) link

Bryter Layter always souded to me like something I'd hear in a grocery store. Pink.

shookout (shookout), Friday, 11 March 2005 16:16 (fifteen years ago) link

I would shop at this grocery store, often.

God I could go for some Hazey Jane right now!

Mark (MarkR), Friday, 11 March 2005 16:23 (fifteen years ago) link

Pink Moon.

can someone keep track of the score?

Ludo (Ludo), Friday, 11 March 2005 16:24 (fifteen years ago) link

"Imperfect," yes, if we're talking about Capital A Albums, I have no idea how to answer... but Bryter Later and Time of No Reply are the ones I listen to most. Hazey Jane II is my favorite, and Hazey Jane I is no slouch either. Chime of the City Clock! One of These Things First! The first half is perfect, I'd say. I like grocery stores. Sometimes tey play Earth Wind & Fire, too. Is there anything wrong with Earth Wind & Fire?

Sonny, Ah!!1 (Sonny A.), Friday, 11 March 2005 16:26 (fifteen years ago) link

Five Leaves Left, although it'd be more strongly entrenched in the #1 spot had they substituted the R. Thompson version of "Thoughts of Mary Jane."

Zack Richardson (teenagequiet), Friday, 11 March 2005 16:26 (fifteen years ago) link

Pink Moon > Five Leaves Left > Bryter Layter

which is not to say that I dislike any of them.

dronez are not ours to eat, dronez are not ours to wear (smile), Friday, 11 March 2005 16:54 (fifteen years ago) link

"Bryter Later" is really good on Sunday afternoons, but otherwise "Pink Moon."

earinfections (Nick Twisp), Friday, 11 March 2005 16:57 (fifteen years ago) link

BL for "Northern Sky" (his best track imo) the lovely instrumental tracks, both "Hazey Jane"s and, last but not least, "One Of These Things First". I can even smile about "Poor Boy" these days.

Niels Aalberts (Niels), Friday, 11 March 2005 17:09 (fifteen years ago) link

Pink Moon! As much as I love the songs on Bryter Later, several songs suffer from muzak arrangements.

Brooker Buckingham (Brooker B), Friday, 11 March 2005 18:48 (fifteen years ago) link

Muzak arrangements?

Alba (Alba), Friday, 11 March 2005 18:58 (fifteen years ago) link


Chewshabadoo (Chewshabadoo), Friday, 11 March 2005 19:36 (fifteen years ago) link

I don't normally do this kind of thing, but I honestly feel as though a preference for Bryter Later to Pink Moon is strongly correlated with how much I like someone (assuming they know/like Nick Drake at all).

A preference for Pink Moon makes me think of very difficult men who aren't much fun to be around, at least if they don't find it a difficult call.

Alba (Alba), Friday, 11 March 2005 19:48 (fifteen years ago) link

Pink Moon

Curt1s St3ph3ns, Friday, 11 March 2005 19:54 (fifteen years ago) link

I hate you.

Alba (Alba), Friday, 11 March 2005 20:06 (fifteen years ago) link

The demo of "Fly" kills the one on Bryter Layter, IMO.
I think the correct answer is the Fruit Tree boxset, really.

Trip Maker (Sean Witzman), Friday, 11 March 2005 20:08 (fifteen years ago) link

you forgot the smiley, alba. ;-)

alex in mainhattan (alex63), Friday, 11 March 2005 20:09 (fifteen years ago) link

The Correct Answer is all three plus the comps Time Of No Reply, Made To Love Magic, and select bits off that three-disc bootleg which isn't all too relevatory but has great bits.

donut debonair (donut), Friday, 11 March 2005 20:24 (fifteen years ago) link

Bryter Layter is still a great album, obv.--"Fly" and "Northern Sky" evoke such wonderful, beautiful images of pastoral/celestial bliss. But it's bogged down by "Poor Boy" (like "Fruit Tree" it's too cloyingly self-referential, plus SINGERS OTHER THAN NICK OMG YOU SUCK) and the arrangements on certain tracks which veer too close to lite-rock for my tastes.

Pink Moon, on the other hand, is fantastic. IMHO I think it's the "fullest"-sounding of his albums, because even though the instrumentation is "sparse" Nick is able to fill in all corners with just fingerpicking and his voice; every creaking of his fingernail against a guitar string carries the resonance of a thousand Bryter Layters. And despite the constant criticism over the mythologizing of Nick, there really is a transcendent emotional quality to the album that gets to me. It's not depressing; the whole album feels like a cool summer morning at 4 AM, with dawn just faintly lurching over the horizon. It's a feeling of solitude, brushing against sadness occasionally, but certainly not despair.

Alba, I'm not much fun to be around, but I think that's for reasons other than the fact that I'm a pretentious Pink Moon whore ;)

Curt1s St3ph3ns, Friday, 11 March 2005 20:33 (fifteen years ago) link

Tell me something, anything, you don't like about either of those tracks!

Alba (Alba), Saturday, 12 March 2005 15:45 (fifteen years ago) link

Honestly wouldn't know which to pick but based on my AMG reviews my greatest enthusiasm at the time I reviewed 'em was for Pink Moon, so that. I appreciated what to me felt like a strong, specific shift in his initial style.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Saturday, 12 March 2005 15:50 (fifteen years ago) link

I don't think they're bad, they're just significantly not as good as his best songs. I can't say why really. Some people here are talking about the first time they heard him. My sophomore or junior year in college I got the old Ryko Way to Blue compilation which I guess established the tone for my Drake appreciation, setting the standard pretty high. I mean, when the first song you ever hear by an artist is "Cello Song," that raises expectations for what the rest of his oeuvre will be like to almost impossible heights. I can imagine any song from Pink Moon on it (and why "Road" especially isn't, I don't know). I can't really picture "The Fly" or "Chime of the City Clock" fitting in. Again, not because they're bad, but because they're just not as good as like "Cello Song," "Time Has Told Me,""One of These Things First," or "Things behind the Sun."

Maybe that's a screwy reason, but it's mine, and I'm sticking to it.

jilted, Saturday, 12 March 2005 16:07 (fifteen years ago) link

"Cello Song" was the first Nick Drake song I heard (not from the compilation - I downloaded it), and I love "Fly" and "Chime of a City Clock."

Curt1s St3ph3ns, Saturday, 12 March 2005 16:49 (fifteen years ago) link

The weird thing is, I think 'Fly' and and 'At The Chime Of A City clock' are the probably the most Pink Moon songs on Bryter Later. I could easiely imagine them being stripped down further to fit in there.

Alba (Alba), Saturday, 12 March 2005 16:55 (fifteen years ago) link

The first Nick Drake song I heard was 'Northern Sky' in late summer 1994, on the Mark Radcliffe show. It's one of perhaps two of three other similarly stop-me-dead-in-my-tracks musical experiences I've ever had. "So that's the guy my sister's boyfriend loves".

Alba (Alba), Saturday, 12 March 2005 17:01 (fifteen years ago) link

Yes! Northern Sky was my first, too. The effect was immediate.

Bimble... (Bimble...), Saturday, 12 March 2005 19:10 (fifteen years ago) link

two weeks pass...
Oh man, why did nobody tell me about Nick Drake before?

I bought Pink Moon after reading this thread. The day I got it, I listened to it about 10 times. A week later, and I'm still playing it almost every day. This is simply the most beautiful music I've ever heard. I can't imagine a more perfect album.

Mickey (modestmickey), Sunday, 27 March 2005 02:59 (fifteen years ago) link

Mickey OTM.

Curt1s St3ph3ns, Sunday, 27 March 2005 03:25 (fifteen years ago) link

I just heard 'mayfair' on a metlife ad.

teeny (teeny), Tuesday, 29 March 2005 13:50 (fifteen years ago) link

Rah for the Mickey. (And question, how's that roommate of yours?)

Ned Raggett (Ned), Tuesday, 29 March 2005 14:22 (fifteen years ago) link

Bryter Later has that great Joe Boyd opening/prelude/intro, so it wins.

Naive Teen Idol (Naive Teen Idol), Tuesday, 29 March 2005 14:45 (fifteen years ago) link

Ned, I moved out earlier this week. He started hating me (unrelated to the thread about him) and living there became unbearable. God, am I glad to be out of there. I didn't know people like him really existed outside of movies.

Mickey (modestmickey), Tuesday, 29 March 2005 15:40 (fifteen years ago) link

That whole scenario sounds eerily similar to some experiences I have had of late and I'm moving at the end of this week. Glad this thread helped you find the greatness of Nick Drake.

Bimble... (Bimble...), Tuesday, 29 March 2005 15:45 (fifteen years ago) link

three weeks pass...
Fly is one of my favourite Nick Drake songs.

Bryter Layter. By a mile. Then Five Leaves Left. Although I love them all.

hobart paving (hobart paving), Friday, 22 April 2005 10:24 (fifteen years ago) link

eight months pass...
got an urge

cozen (Cozen), Saturday, 24 December 2005 21:20 (fourteen years ago) link

Of the two, "Pink Moon". But "Five Leaves Left" owns all.

Nathaniel (Horbgorbling Slubberdegullion), Saturday, 24 December 2005 21:29 (fourteen years ago) link

three months pass...
A year and a month later, I have my answer. Pink Moon.

honorary joy division roadie (Bimble...), Sunday, 23 April 2006 22:31 (fourteen years ago) link

all great
1. bryter layter, 2. pink moon, 3. five leaves left
no shame in disagreeing
i really like the contributions from John Cale, Richard Thompson & Dave Pegg on BL, but in many ways, Pink Moon is Nick at his most....Nick

timmy tannin (pompous), Monday, 24 April 2006 00:39 (fourteen years ago) link

Bryter Later wins in my book for the shimmery arrangements and Chime Of A City Clock and the peerless Northern Sky . A perfect stoned Sunday afternoon record. Pink Moon , while remarkable, has the weight of being a "final document" of sorts and it almost always seemed to come from a completely different human being than the previous two records.

Jay Vee's Return (Manon_69), Monday, 24 April 2006 00:45 (fourteen years ago) link

eleven years pass...

Pink Moon. I thought he improved with every album, and what I like about Pink Moon is the way everything has been stripped back to just guitar and voice for the most part. His guitar playing is so good on that record.

more Allegro-like (Turrican), Wednesday, 20 September 2017 18:56 (two years ago) link

ND's right hand is unimpeachable

crüt, Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:10 (two years ago) link

One of the things Joe Boyd remarks upon in his book White Bicycles is seeing ND play live for the first time and noticing how strong his left hand was and how precise and articulate his picking. Even outside of a recording studio, his playing sounded that clean.

vmajestic, Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:25 (two years ago) link

Yeah, and it's great to hear it without any orchestral parts etc. Not that there's anything wrong with the orchestral parts on the first couple of albums, god no, it's more that it always feels like the orchestral parts and the guitar parts are fighting for my attention.

more Allegro-like (Turrican), Thursday, 21 September 2017 12:31 (two years ago) link

"Five Leaves Left"

The Doug Walters of Crime (Tom D.), Thursday, 21 September 2017 17:28 (two years ago) link

'Way to Blue: An Introduction to Nick Drake'

(srsly an almost perfect comp)

harbinger of failure (Jon not Jon), Thursday, 21 September 2017 17:58 (two years ago) link

never liked "black eyed dog". sounds too much like a blind willie johnson pastiche or something. none of those last four songs are among my faves, honestly.

bob lefse (rushomancy), Friday, 22 September 2017 00:54 (two years ago) link

on the other hand "road" is prob my all-time #1 nick drake song. it's gotten me through a lot of bad times.

bob lefse (rushomancy), Friday, 22 September 2017 12:04 (two years ago) link

I've always been Bryter Layter (even with the two dodgy later instrumentals), but just lately Pink Moon is edging ahead. Place to Be. My word.

I was up near Birmingham recently and went to Tanworth. He's in a modest plot with his folks and with a view of a spread of fields stretching to the horizon. I traced with my fingers the inscription on the back of the headstone and had myself a little cry. The wind was in the trees. All good.

The shard-borne beetle with his drowsy hums (Chinaski), Friday, 22 September 2017 17:10 (two years ago) link

drake is playing with blues tropes on black eyed dog, but i think it's a stretch to call it a a blind willie johnson pastiche ...
i think Bryter Later is my choice now, really is one of the most gorgeous records ever.

tylerw, Friday, 22 September 2017 17:20 (two years ago) link

pink moon is tops for me and yes, road in particular. if you like that bare nick drake sound the peel sessions is great and on spotify... stellar version of 'three hours'

global tetrahedron, Friday, 22 September 2017 18:29 (two years ago) link

on the other hand "road" is prob my all-time #1 nick drake song. it's gotten me through a lot of bad times

When I listened to "Road" the first time - which was around 1980 - I slowly took in the words and immediately identified with them. It was like an obsession I had to grip the lyrics instantly, I couldn't let them slip by. I had to memorise them on the spot. Until today "Road" is the only song I know the lyrics of by heart.

You can say the sun is shining if you really want to
I can see the moon and it seems so clear
You can take the road that takes you to the stars now
I can take a road that I'll see me through

Ich bin kein Berliner (alex in mainhattan), Friday, 22 September 2017 20:36 (two years ago) link

pink moon is tops for me and yes, road in particular. if you like that bare nick drake sound the peel sessions is great and on spotify... stellar version of 'three hours'

― global tetrahedron, Friday, September 22, 2017 6:29 PM (yesterday) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

I'll have to check that out... thanks!

more Allegro-like (Turrican), Saturday, 23 September 2017 09:09 (two years ago) link

two years pass...

Finally picked Pink Moon up on (reissued) vinyl today - £12 at the back of an HMV clearance rack. We've had a house full tonight: 18 yr7s for a Hallowe'en disco. Kids leave behind a strange kind of silence; I'm letting Drake enscorcell the disturbed air.

Life is a meaningless nightmare of suffering...save string (Chinaski), Thursday, 31 October 2019 22:22 (eight months ago) link

that sounds like a shock. pink moon after the tohuwabohu of a kid's party. weird choice. from total distraction to total focus. will you tell us how it was?

walking towards the sun since 2007 (alex in mainhattan), Thursday, 31 October 2019 22:28 (eight months ago) link

It was risky eh - who knows what might have been summoned? Perfect, though. Parasite standing out tonight.

Life is a meaningless nightmare of suffering...save string (Chinaski), Thursday, 31 October 2019 22:42 (eight months ago) link

Can't believe the hate for "Poor Boy" earlier on this thread; it's one of my favourite Nick Drake tracks. I love the bossa nova feel and "all those girls in the background choir should have been shot before the recording" - that's PP Arnold and Doris Troy!

fetter, Monday, 4 November 2019 16:05 (eight months ago) link

yeah "poor boy" is great. it also has an awesome chris mcgregor piano solo!

tylerw, Monday, 4 November 2019 16:07 (eight months ago) link

It's crazy all the love for Five Leaves Left upthread. I never really am inspired to listen to that whereas I have 2 very distinct moods when the other two get airplay.

Jersey Al (Albert R. Broccoli), Monday, 4 November 2019 17:08 (eight months ago) link

i usually just play all three original LPs straight through, once I get going, I can't stop!

tylerw, Monday, 4 November 2019 17:34 (eight months ago) link

yeah, they're all great imo. 'poor boy' fan as well over here

at home in the alternate future, (Karl Malone), Monday, 4 November 2019 17:39 (eight months ago) link

Five Leaves Left starts to drown in strings at a certain point but the opening three and ‘Cello Song are incredible, perfect for this time of year.

JoeStork, Monday, 4 November 2019 21:11 (eight months ago) link

River Man tho

an incoherent crustacean (MatthewK), Monday, 4 November 2019 21:35 (eight months ago) link

duh, part of the “opening three” of course

I recently scared my daughter by telling her she could play “Place to Be” at my memorial when I die (hopefully about 100 years hence)

an incoherent crustacean (MatthewK), Monday, 4 November 2019 21:37 (eight months ago) link

i don't know if i've mentioned this before but i lost/had stolen all my nick drake records except for "bryter layter" at a greyhound station so that one's my favorite

tantric societal collapse (rushomancy), Tuesday, 5 November 2019 00:34 (eight months ago) link

Bryter Layter. "Over-produced" "muzak arrangements" "like I'd hear in a grocery store" rule!

Nag! Nag! Nag!, Tuesday, 5 November 2019 05:11 (eight months ago) link

Love all three obv, but I'd probably pick 5 leaves since for me it somehow captures the whole spectrum of his work

licorice oratorio (baaderonixx), Tuesday, 5 November 2019 10:29 (eight months ago) link

there's a pink side of the moon. yes, a pink moon. pink pink pink. pink moon

reggie (qualmsley), Tuesday, 5 November 2019 20:03 (eight months ago) link

My Hannibal / Rycodisk issue of Pink Moon lists "Road" as "Radio", which brought confusion when people talked about "Road"

Duke, Tuesday, 5 November 2019 23:32 (eight months ago) link

It was one of the first songs of his I learnt to play on guitar. Drop the high G to E and you're good to go.

Duke, Tuesday, 5 November 2019 23:33 (eight months ago) link

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