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Drake appeared to have made a decision before recording his third album that it would be as plain as possible and free of the numerous guest musicians that had been employed on Bryter Layter. In his autobiography, Joe Boyd , producer of Drake's first two albums, remembered that as they were finishing the recording of Bryter Layter , Drake had told him that he wanted to make his next record alone. After a brief hiatus in Spain spent at a villa belonging to Island Records' head Chris Blackwell ,  Drake returned to London refreshed.
In October he approached record engineer and producer John Wood,  who had worked with Drake on his previous two albums and who Drake felt was one of the few people he could trust. Wood has worked with other artists such as Fairport Convention , Cat Stevens , and Pink Floyd , and he often worked in partnership with record producer Joe Boyd.
Boyd produced Drake's first two albums with Wood acting as sound engineer. Although Wood primarily focused on the engineering of an album, he often contributed as a producer. When Drake reached out to Wood in expressing his interest in recording another album, the ensuing process was significantly pared down compared to Drake's other two albums.
The next night, they did the same. In only two late night sessions, with just his voice and acoustic guitar, Drake created what is considered by many to be one of the "most influential folk albums of all time". Contrary to popular legend that Drake dropped the album off in a plastic bag at Island Records reception and then left without anyone realising it, Drake delivered the master tapes of Pink Moon to Chris Blackwell at Island. He had this big, 15 ips [inches per second] master tape box under his arm, and I said 'Have you had a cup of tea?
So we went upstairs into my office, which was on top of the landing, it was a landing that went into the big office with a huge round table where Chris and everybody else worked—very democratic—and there was a big Reevox sic and sound system there, and he just sat in my office area for about half an hour After about half an hour he said 'I'd better be going', and I said 'Okay, nice to see you', and he left.
Now, he went down the stairs and he still had the tapes under his arm, and about an hour later the girl who worked behind the front desk called up and said 'Nick's left his tapes behind'. The first thing to do was get it in the studio to make a seven and a half inch safety copy, because that was the master.
So we ran off a safety copy to actually play, and I think twenty four hours later or so, it was put on the Reevox in the main room and we heard Pink Moon. However, a note in reference to the song was included which read, "Spare title — Do not use"  so the song did not make it onto the album. The recording, less than a minute long and featuring guitar with no vocals, was eventually included as a hidden track on UK editions of the Nick Drake compilation A Treasury Had "Plaisir d'amour" been included on the Pink Moon album, it would have been the only song on any of his albums that Nick Drake did not write himself.
Keith Morris was the photographer who took Drake's photo for the cover of Five Leaves Left and he was commissioned to photograph Drake for the cover of Pink Moon. However, the photos were not used as Drake's rapidly deteriorating appearance, hunched figure and blank expression were not considered good selling points. Island's creative director Annie Sullivan, who oversaw the shoot, recalled the difficulty in making a decision around the cover of the LP: "I remember going to talk to [Nick], and he just sat there, hunched up, and even though he didn't speak, I knew the album was called Pink Moon , and I can't remember how he conveyed it, whether he wrote it down He couldn't tell me what he wanted, but I had 'pink moon' to go on.
Although Drake was not outspoken in his opinion on the cover art of Pink Moon , many close to him felt that he approved. David Sandison stated that he found the original framed artwork for Pink Moon in among the debris of the basement room that Island later allocated to him as his office, and he took it home and hung it on the wall of his house for several years, before eventually presenting it to Drake's parents. Island Records launched an unusual promotional campaign for the initial release of Pink Moon.
They spent the entire promotional budget on full-page advertisements in all major music magazines the month of the record's release. Pink Moon received more attention from the UK music press than Drake's first two albums had, but most critical reviews were still brief.
Jerry Gilbert of Sounds , who had conducted the only known interview with Drake the previous year and who had been his biggest champion up to this point, expressed his disappointment with the album and his frustration at Drake's apparent lack of motivation, saying, "The album consists entirely of Nick's guitar, voice and piano and features all the usual characteristics without ever matching up to Bryter Layter.
One has to accept that Nick's songs necessarily require further augmentation, for whilst his own accompaniments are good the songs are not sufficiently strong to stand up without any embroidery at all. Drake stopped acting so mysteriously and started getting something properly organised for himself. In Melody Maker Mark Plummer appreciated the music, but was distracted by Drake's growing ascetic mythology: "His music is so personal and shyly presented both lyrically and in his confined guitar and piano playing that neither does nor doesn't come over The more you listen to Drake though, the more compelling his music becomes — but all the time it hides from you.
On 'Things Behind the Sun', he sings to me, embarrassed and shy. Perhaps one should play his albums with the sound off and just look at the cover and make the music in your head reciting his words from inside the cover to your own rhythmic heart rhymes It could be that Nick Drake does not exist at all. In the meantime, he employs his deliciously smokey voice in making these intimate, late-night sounds that I find myself playing time and time again. Al Clark observed that Drake "writes striking and evocative songs and always has done, but most of the magic is in the delivery: a smoky, palpitating voice, reminiscent of the jazzier Donovan , gliding wistful words over the chord changes and creating moments of perfect stillness".
Clark stated that "several of the more substantial songs are very lovely", but concluded presciently, "Sadly, and despite Island's efforts to rectify the situation, Nick Drake is likely to remain in the shadows, the private troubadour of those who have been fortunate enough to catch an earful of his exquisite 3am introversions". Reviewing the album in the October issue of Creem , Colman Andrews described the songs as "not awfully good" and "weak", and that the music was "a triumph of style over sententiousness, of sound over sense" with "a lulling repetitiousness to a lot of what he sings", but that this was the point: "he knows precisely what emotional limits to impose upon his self-accompaniment.
It's seductive music. By the time of the album's reissues on compact disc in the s and s, Drake's fame and critical standing had improved considerably, and legacy reviews of the album were overwhelmingly favourable. Martin Aston of Q noted in that "the mood is even more remote [than Drake's first two albums] with — finally — a defeated strain in both throat and words, but several of his most elegant melodies".
John Harris 's review of the reissue in the same magazine was more positive still, claiming that "many hold up Pink Moon as Nick Drake's best album" and saying, "The motivation of success had evaporated and Drake made a record so singular and uncompromising that, superficially, it beggars belief The truth is that Pink Moon ' s excellence shines through, irrespective of the endless speculation [regarding Drake's state of mind during the making of the record and subsequent death].
Few records have ever sounded so intimate, or embodied the eternal human ailment known as Melancholy with such grace and assurance. Critic and author Ian MacDonald , a contemporary of Drake's at Cambridge University, stated in Uncut that "what remains clear is that this is one of the premium singer-songwriter albums, nearly every one of its 11 tracks a timeless classic".
Rolling Stone ' s Anthony DeCurtis observed that "by the time of these sessions, Drake had retreated so deeply into his own internal world that it is difficult to say what the songs are 'about'. His lyrics are so compressed as to be kind of folkloric haikus , almost childishly simple in their structure and elemental in their imagery.
His voice conveys, in its moans and breathy whispers, an alluring sensuality, but he sings as if he were viewing his life from a great, unbridgeable distance. That element of detachment is chilling. To reinforce it, messages of isolation gradually float to the surface of the songs' spare, eloquent melodies.
Three years later in the same magazine James Hunter said of the North American reissue, "The album unleashes a dramatic starkness and some breathtakingly pretty music". Ned Raggett wrote in his retrospective review that " Pink Moon more than anything else is the record that made Drake the cult figure he remains. Specifically, Pink Moon is the bleakest of [all his records]; that the likes of Belle and Sebastian are fans of Drake may be clear enough, but it's doubtful they could ever achieve the calm, focused anguish of this album, as harrowing as it is attractive Drake's elegant melancholia avoiding sounding pretentious in the least thanks to his continued embrace of simple, tender vocalizing.
Meanwhile, the sheer majesty of his guitar playing — consider the opening notes of 'Road' or 'Parasite' — makes for a breathless wonder to behold. Reviewing Pink Moon as part of the box set Tuck Box , Jayson Greene of Pitchfork noted, "A 'pink moon' is a baleful symbol, a sign of impending death or calamity On paper, this sentiment reads like vindictive rage, but on record, it sounds contemplative.
Drake's voice never conveyed palpable anger or sadness; he had a slight, gentle voice and upper-class accent, the product of his upbringing, clipped and clean, and his guitar, as always, rang out with a crystalline purity. His music is so consoling that the darkness at its heart is not always accessible. It's almost impossible to hear the emotional abandon in Pink Moon , then, without the taste of his first two albums lingering on your mouth.
It's only then that the bone-dry resonance of the guitars registers as slightly alarming, and the backdrop of silence suggests both the purity of Drake's vision and also something darker: like someone who has dropped out of the world, mumbling prophecies There is a stillness to Nick Drake's music that bewitches anyone who gets near enough, and Pink Moon is its purest expression.
It remains the Nick Drake record most people begin with, and for good reason. On 11 November Volkswagen debuted a television advertising campaign named "Milky Way" that featured the Volkswagen Cabriolet with the title track of Pink Moon as the soundtrack. It's an old song by a guy named Nick Drake. It's called 'Pink Moon' and is actually a very good introduction to Nick Drake if you're not familiar with him.
It's very transporting. And to us seemed very fitting for a beautiful drive in the country on a very special night. The Volkswagen Cabriolet commercial, directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris and filmed by Lance Acord , led to a large increase in record sales  and a number-five placing for Pink Moon in Amazon.
Bethany Klein, a professor in the Department of Media and Communication at the University of Central England states, "The role of 'Pink Moon' in the success of "Milky Way" was interesting, in that it both added to the artistry of the commercial and was also protected by the visual artistry of the spot: because the ad 'worked' it was an aesthetic success the usual negative discourse surrounding the use of popular music in advertising was, if not stopped, at least reduced and accompanied by positive appraisals The linking together of the ad being a 'watershed' and being 'nicely done' is no coincidence; it is because the ad is so well executed and so aesthetically successful that the industry and the public reassessed the use of music in advertising around this example.
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