This is an all-time favourite: the achingly pretty title track of Nick Drake’s third album, 1972’s Pink Moon. Nick was completely under-appreciated throughout his career and was lucky to sell maybe 5,000 copies of an album. Maybe it’s because he was so shy. He didn’t like performing live and almost never gave any interviews. As far as anyone knows, there’s no film footage of Drake anywhere. All we have is still photographs of the guy. And then in November 1974 at the age of 26, he died, apparently from an overdose of an antidepressant. Was it suicide or an accident? No one knows. Forty years later, though, Nick’s music is considered to be some of the finest produced by the British folk scene of the early 70s.