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Family Tree


Download links and information about Family Tree by Nick Drake. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:06:07 minutes.

Artist: Nick Drake
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:06:07
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No. Title Length
1. Come Into the Garden (Introduction) 0:32
2. They're Leaving Me Behind 3:17
3. Time Piece 0:43
4. Poor Mum (featuring Molly Drake) 1:38
5. Winter Is Gone 2:43
6. All My Trials 1:55
7. Kegelstatt Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano (featuring The Family Trio) 1:13
8. Strolling Down the Highway 2:50
9. Paddling In Rushmere 0:24
10. Cocaine Blues 2:59
11. Blossom 2:41
12. Been Smoking Too Long 2:13
13. Black Mountain Blues 2:36
14. Tomorrow Is a Long Time 3:42
15. If You Leave Me 2:02
16. Here Come the Blues 3:53
17. Sketch 1 1:00
18. Blues Run the Game 2:25
19. My Baby's So Sweet 1:45
20. Milk and Honey 2:59
21. Kimbie 3:26
22. Bird Flew By 2:54
23. Rain 3:07
24. Strange Meeting II 4:26
25. Day Is Done (Family Tree) 2:20
26. Come Into the Garden 2:00
27. Way to Blue (Family Tree) 2:50
28. Do You Ever Remember? (featuring Molly Drake) 1:34



Family Tree is the first real collection of unreleased Nick Drake recordings since 1987’s Time of No Reply. 2004’s Made to Love Magic uncovered a single track, “Tow the Line,” but Family Tree officially brings out home recordings by Drake that have been surfacing on low-quality bootlegs for years. Drake’s death at 26 in 1974, after just three excellent studio albums and very little public profile, have made him that most mysterious of legends, and the cult has been growing steadily. The Nick Drake that presents himself on these home work tapes, however, is still evolving into an English folksinger. His originals — “Blossom,” “Bird Flew By,” “Rain” — contain the Drake mystique, but mostly these are blues and folk traditionals, with a smattering of Jackson C. Frank (“Here Come the Blues,” “Blues Run the Game,” “Kimbie”), Bob Dylan (“Tomorrow Is a Long Time”) and a touching duet with sister Gabrielle on the old spiritual “All My Trials.” Drake’s mom Molly is featured on the track “Poor Mum,” rounding out the “Family Tree” concept.