Pink Moon

Joel Frederiksen, Ensemble Phoenix Munich - Requiem For A Pink Moon (2012)

Joel Frederiksen, Ensemble Phoenix Munich - Requiem For A Pink Moon (2012)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers + Digital Booklet | 65:53 | 297 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Harmonia Mundi | Catalog: HMC902111

Following the success of his 2011 album Rose of Sharon a celebration of 18th Century American music that landed on Billboard s classical chart and critics year-end lists the latest project by Joel Frederiksen and the Ensemble Phoenix Munich takes them all the way back in time to… 1972. That was the year the late British troubadour and cult favorite Nick Drake released his third and final album, Pink Moon. Initially, the album garnered a small amount of critical attention, but it was not until decades after Drake s death that it received widespread public and critical acclaim. Today, the sparse and unadorned tracks of Pink Moon are regarded by many fans and music critics as the greatest efforts of a tragically short career.
Nick Drake - Pink Moon (1972/2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz] RE-UP

Nick Drake - Pink Moon (1972/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 28:05 minutes | 541 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Revered British folk singer/songwriter who produced several albums of chilling, somber beauty and gained a cult following after his early death. Pink Moon, Nick Drake’s third and final album, was released on Island Records in the UK & US in 1972. Recorded November 1971, the album features only Nick’s vocals, guitar and piano. Once again, the set was engineered by John Wood at Sound Techniques Studios in South London. The song “Pink Moon” received tremendous exposure in 2000 when it was featured in the well-received Volkswagen commercial…

Frank Goosen - Pink Moon  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by thingska at Oct. 18, 2013
Frank Goosen - Pink Moon

Frank Goosen - Pink Moon
Time: 05:08:00 | Publisher: tacheles! / Roof Music | ASIN: B002TVOAQS | 30. August 2005
Language: Deutsch | Audiobook in MP3 / 128 kbps | ~280 MB

Felix genießt sein Leben als stiller Teilhaber des Restaurants PINK MOON.Probleme haben doch nur die anderen. Zum Beispiel sein ebenso geheimnisvoller wie zutraulicher Nachbar Renz. Oder sein Tennispartner Wöhler.Und vor allem seine Mutter, die Zeit ihres Lebens ihrer großen Liebe nachgetrauert hatte, seinem Vater, dem Held und großartigen Tänzer, der kurz nach Felix' Geburt für immer verschwand. Die ihre große Sehnsucht mit unglücklichen Affären stillte. Und die ihm ein Restaurant geschenkt hatte, das ihn nicht brauchte.Doch eines Tages steht Felix an einer Straßenecke einem Mann gegenüber, von dem er weiß, dass es sein vor Jahren verstorbener, unbekannter Vater ist…Lakonisch und mit großer Souveränität erzählt Frank Goosen die Geschichte eines Mannes, der sich auf die Suche nach einer verlorenen Vergangenheit macht. Und der findet, was er nie verloren glaubte.

Nick Drake - Pink Moon (1972) [SHM-CD UICX-1200]  

Posted by Sartre at Nov. 9, 2011
Nick Drake - Pink Moon (1972) [SHM-CD UICX-1200]

Nick Drake - Pink Moon (1972) [SHM-CD UICX-1200]
Folk | EAC Rip | Lossless FLAC+Log+Cue -> 140MB | Artwork (400dpi) | Nitroflare/1Fichier

After two albums of tastefully orchestrated folk-pop, albeit some of the least demonstrative and most affecting around, Drake chose a radical change for what turned out to be his final album. Not even half-an-hour long, with 11 short songs and no more – he famously remarked at the time that he simply had no more to record – Pink Moon more than anything else is the record that made Drake the cult figure he remains.
Nick Drake - Pink Moon 180g Simply Vinyl reissue[24bit/96kHz LP Rip]

Nick Drake - Pink Moon 180g Simply Vinyl reissue
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (TRACKS) | Stereo | ~320 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery | 1972
Styles: Folk | RapidShare Download
Pink Moon is the sound of Nick Drake cracking up. That's not exactly true–some have long thought that his death by an overdose of an anti-depressant was an accident, and not suicide–but this album, recorded over two late nights, certainly sounds like a fever dream. Peter Buck of R.E.M. has called the album "Like an English version of (Robert Johnson's great blues) `Hellhound on My Trail.'" The lyrics to the title song read in their entirety: "Saw it written and I saw it say, pink moon is on its way. None of you will stand so tall, pink moon is gonna get ye all. And it's a pink moon." Aside from a splash of piano, the only instrumentation on this stark and spooky collection is Drake's eloquent acoustic guitar. –John Milward

From the Label:
Nick Drake's final album, released in 1972. With basic tracks recorded in a span of three days, PINK MOON is much more spare than the prior two albums. Because of the disc's lean arrangements, Drake's dexterity as a guitarist is more in evidence than on earlier works. TJ McGrath, writing in Trouser Press Collector's Magazine, says, "The songs are stripped to bare emotion. No lighthearted and melancholy verses – these songs are cloaked in despair. PINK MOON gives no quarter." That said (and it's an accurate assessment), PINK MOON isn't really a depressing record; it's just a darker shade of blue.

Nick Drake - Pink Moon 1972  

Posted by micaus11 at Dec. 10, 2008
Nick Drake - Pink Moon  1972

Nick Drake - Pink Moon 1972
MP3 @ 320 | 67 MB | Covers included
Genre: Singer / Songwriter

Absolutely essential, no question.

A stark, solo 28-minute adieu, Pink Moon was the last album Nick Drake lived to complete. That it proved to be his last album lends a suicidal urgency, and much has since been read into its staccato bleakness. But even before his previous album, Bryter Layter, was released, Nick had decided that the next one would be just him and a guitar–"no frills" he insisted. There is little comfort to be found in songs like "Know" or "Parasite" but, in an irony Nick would have appreciated, an American car commercial featuring the haunting title track recently alerted a huge new audience to his music. Digitalmore… remastering has enhanced the sound of all Nick's albums, but perhaps Pink Moon has benefited most: its aural environment, now all-enveloping, lending a pristine clarity to that matchless singing and playing. Sombre it may be, but it is a mistake to view Pink Moon as a tombstone–or, indeed, Nick Drake as a victim. Enjoy his music. He did. –Patrick Humphries

Nick Drake - Pink Moon (remastered)  Music

Posted by zelenizeko at Aug. 18, 2006
Nick Drake - Pink Moon (remastered)

Nick Drake - Pink Moon (Remastered 2003)
MP3 320 kbps | EAC+Lame | 65,5 MB | Folk-Rock

A desolate solo acoustic album that ranks as one of the most naked and bleak statements in all of rock

Lick Library - Classic Albums Dark Side Of The Moon By Pink Floyd (2017)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by house23 at April 16, 2017
Lick Library - Classic Albums Dark Side Of The Moon By Pink Floyd (2017)

Lick Library - Classic Albums Dark Side Of The Moon By Pink Floyd (2017)
TS | AVC 1500kbps | English | 1920x1080 | 25fps | 2h 40mins | AAC stereo 128kbps | 1.98 GB
Genre: Video Training

Released in 1973, Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon” is a masterpiece of progressive and psychedelic rock that still stands the test of time over 40 years on.
Pink Floyd - In The Studio: The Dark Side Of The Moon (1990 & 1993 episodes) {Radio Show}

Pink Floyd - In The Studio: The Dark Side Of The Moon (1990 & 1993 episodes) {Radio Show}
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 254 mb
Genre: radio show, progressive rock, classic rock

In The Studio was an American radio show highlighting specific albums and this gathers two episodes which look at Pink Floyd's The Dark Side Of The Moon: one originally broadcasted on 8 August, 1988 (then later repeated on 12 March, 1990) and the other broadcasted on 22 March, 1993 to coincide with the album's 20th anniversary. This makes it possible to download both shows as one.

Pink Floyd - The Source: Dark Side Of The Moon (Radio Show} (1990)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at March 15, 2017
Pink Floyd - The Source: Dark Side Of The Moon (Radio Show} (1990)

Pink Floyd - The Source: Dark Side Of The Moon (Radio Show} (1990)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 169 mb
Genre: radio show, progressive rock, classic rock

The Source was a radio show and this 1990 episode explores Pink Floyd's The Dark Side Of The Moon. It was originally broadcasted on 30 April, 1990 and released by the Westwood One radio network. This was a custom edition with prepared cover art.