Nick Drake - Bryter Layter (180g 1LP Textured Sleeve Edition, Reissue, Remastered)

Country: U.K.
Label: Island Records
Released: 10 June 2013
Genre: Rock / Folk Rock

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* Reissue on heavyweight vinyl in textured sleeve.
* Includes voucher with choice of download format.

Description (English):
The follow up to “Five Leaves Left” saw a departure from that albums’ pastoralism to a more urban milieu, albeit a idealised romantic one depicted in “At The Chime Of A City Clock”. Accordingly the music has a slightly more urgent feel with a greater use of drums and electric guitar. One thing it does share with its’ predecessor is a stunning collection of songs, written, played and sung to perfection. A classic of its’, or any other, genre.

A1 Introduction1:33
A2 Hazey Jane II3:41
A3 At The Chime Of A City Clock4:42
A4 One Of These Things First4:46
A5 Hazey Jane I4:24
B1 Bryter Layter3:16
B2 Fly2:56
B3 Poor Boy6:30
B4 Northern Sky3:42
B5 Sunday3:39

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