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Monday, April 26, 2004

What could any film hope to explain?
The Guardian (via Coolfer) on Nick Drake:

Sheltered by a mighty oak tree in the village of Tanworth-in-Arden, Nick Drake's headstone lies beside a well-beaten path. In accordance with the notice on the tree - 'fans are requested to pay their respects by leaving only small tokens or flowers' - the stone is surrounded by all manner of tiny ephemera. In March, 2004, these included a harmonica, two bracelets, a ring, a framed picture of a girl dancing on the brow of a hill and the reminder from a packet of Swan rolling papers that prompted Drake to call his first album Five Leaves Left.

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