Nick Drake. Prodigious English folk singer/songwriter.
Song Story- History in a song
Posthumously recognised as one of the best folk singer/songwriters of all time, Nick Drake barely managed a blip on the radar of fame during his own lifetime. His music is exceptionally beautiful. His talent is prodigious. His short career and life were filled with complexities resulting in his unfortunate and untimely death at the hands of the debilitating black dog of depression. If you are already a Nick Drake fan then you already know how he keeps getting better with every listen, and if you are yet to discover his music, you’re about to meet an artist to add to your list of favourites.This podcast celebrates the life and music of Nick Drake.Dara Hession performs the music of Nick Drake throughout this podcast.
S2 E18 - Top 100 Albums of the 1970s - Boston/Genesis 2/Nick Drake 3
Combing the Stacks
Discussing the top 100 albums of the 1970s from https://besteveralbums.com. The show starts at (2:37). Josh's Movie Corner segment starts at (07:19). This episode covers the following albums: Boston - Self-Titled (16:10), Genesis - Selling England by the Pound (57:11), and Nick Drake - Pink Moon (1:30:11).--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/combingthestacks/message
Rebroadcast Episode 34: Bruce Springsteen, St. Patricks Day, Hockey, "Carnage" by Nick Drake and Warren Ellis
Is It Hip?
josh is out of town so we figured we would broadcast one of our favorites, great sponsor on this one. also feel free to check out some of our older episodes while josh basks in the south dakota sun, there's a lot of em.see you guys next week with a brand new one.
Why Worship? | Power & Praise w/ Dr Nick Drake & Noel Robinson
Noel shares deeply from his own life and describes how it is possible to turn petition into praise, no matter what the circumstance we face. He reminds us too that children model this kind of faith, this simple-hearted praise: ‘Through the praise of children and infants you have established a stronghold against your enemies, to silence the foe and the avenger’ (Ps 8.2).
Why Worship? | How We Worship w/ Dr Nick Drake & Kees Kraayenoord
We begin by exploring the crucial theme of intimacy in worship. Worship enables and encourages an openness in our hearts to the heart of God. Kees Kraayenoord shares his own story of vulnerability before God and encourages us to do the same: ‘It takes the real you to step into intimacy with the Father. Not the “spiritual you”, the “you” you want people to believe you are.’
Episode 25: Five Leaves Left (by Nick Drake). McCartney In Goal is the podcast that debates and dissects the great albums of popular rock music, using a competitive knock-out format. Today we’re discussing, Five Leaves Left which is the debut studio album by English folk musician Nick Drake. Recorded between 1968 and 1969, it was released in 1969 by Island records. It contains "Time Has Told Me", "River Man" and "Cello Song". McCartney In Goal -vs- TwitterSupport the show (http://mccartneyingoal.com)
Why Worship? | Introduction w/ Dr Nick Drake & Tim Hughes
Why Worship is a series based on the book 'Why Worship?' curated by Dr Nick Drake & Tim Hughes, exploring the questions — how do we worship better? How can we honour, love and serve God better? How can our lives be more aligned to his incredible life? In this episode, Nick & Tim unpack a little about the heart behind the book and open up part one, why worship?
Austin talks about Nick Drakes pink moon album but seems like he doesn’t know what to do recording during his walk to work and driving to work (rants about mini coopers), he needs help.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/austin-castro/support
Episode 19: Vermillion Songs; Let's Be York; The Pogues' A Fairytale of New York; Nick Drake and Will Smith
Two Big Egos in a Small Car
Graham and Charles compare notes on song titles around the colour Vermillion. Charles puts the spotlight on the York Coronvirus Message Board urging people: ‘Let's Be York' and reviews the ongoing controversy surrounding the lyrics for the Christmas classic, A Fairytale of New York. Graham looks at the enduring legacy of singer-songwriter Nick Drake and teases Charles with the current list of most loved actors across film and television.