|1||Time Has Told Me
Guitar – Richard Thompson
Arranged By – Harry Robinson
|4||Way To Blue||3:11|
|5||Day Is Done||2:29|
Cello – Clare Lowther
|7||The Thoughts Of Mary Jane||3:22|
|8||Man In A Shed||3:55|
Drums, Vibraphone – Tristan FryPiano – Nick Drake
|ILPS 9105||Nick Drake||Five Leaves Left (LP, Album, Gat)||Island Records||ILPS 9105||UK||1969|
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|ILPS 9105||Nick Drake||Five Leaves Left (LP, Album, Adv)||Island Records||ILPS 9105||UK||1969|
|UICY-90200||Nick Drake||Five Leaves Left (CD, Album, RE)||Island Records||UICY-90200||Japan||2006|
|CID 9105||Nick Drake||Five Leaves Left (CD, Album, RE)||Island Records||CID 9105||UK||1987|
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Five Leaves Left is the debut studio album by English folk musician Nick Drake. Recorded between 1968 and 1969, it was released in 1969 by record label Island. Five Leaves Left was recorded between July 1968 and June 1969 at Sound Techniques in London, England. Engineer John Wood recalled that " would track live, singing and playing along with the string section" without the use of any overdubbing
Bryter Layter, recorded in 1970 and released in March 1971, is the second of three albums by British folk musician Nick Drake. Like Five Leaves Left, the album contains no unaccompanied songs: Drake was accompanied by part of the British folk rock group Fairport Convention and John Cale from The Velvet Underground, as well as Beach Boys musicians Mike Kowalski and Ed Carter. Arranger Robert Kirby claims that Drake intended the instrumentals to evoke Pet Sounds
Folk Rock Nick Drake. 队列表 Folk Rock Nick Drake Five Leaves Left. Band Name Nick Drake. Album Name Five Leaves Left.
Five Leaves Left has come to be internationally acknowledged as a classic, landing at No. 280 in Rolling Stone’s 2003 list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, 85th in a 2005 poll by the UK’s Channel 4 TV, and No. 74 in an NME all-time list. In 1975, the NME’s Nick Kent described it as one of those albums that seem tied to exhorting and then playing on a particular mood in the listener, like Astral Weeks and Forever Changes. Indeed, the public’s apparent indifference to Drake’s singular talents was not for lack of some critical approval.
This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/132 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Five Leaves Left. BPM Profile Five Leaves Left. Album starts at 110BPM, ends at 128BPM (+18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Nick Drake.
Lyrics - 9 As a lyricist Nick Drake uses incredible, poetic imagery to compliment his gentle guitar and string section. In a moment his lyrics can go from hauntingly personal feelings to classic themes of love and longing, though Nick Drake writes about these themes as if they were anew to the world. His vocal delivery is understated and almost whispered at times, adding to the immense tapestry he weaves with each song. Overall Impression - 10 The tragic end to Drake's young life makes this album all the more haunting, but this ranks among the best music I have ever heard.