Nick Drake ‎– Pink Moon

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Island Records ‎– ILPS 9184
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Tracklist

A1 Pink Moon
A2 Place To Be
A3 Road
A4 Which Will
A5 Horn
A6 Things Behind The Sun
B1 Know
B2 Parasite
B3 Free Ride
B4 Harvest Breed
B5 From The Morning

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Released on a ''pink rim'' Island label in a matte laminated fold-out cover containing the lyrics, and with a blue inner.

This release has on the back of the cover
bottom right edge: "Printed and made by Tinsley Robor Group Ltd."
bottom centre under Island logo: "island records ltd basing street london w11"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side (stamped)): ILPS 9184 A-1U
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side (stamped)): ILPS 9184 B-1U

Other Versions (5 of 64) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZCI 9184 Nick Drake Pink Moon(Cass, Album) Island Records ZCI 9184 UK 1972 Sell This Version
1745697 Nick Drake Pink Moon(LP, Album, RE, 180) Island Records, UMe 1745697 US 2013 Sell This Version
422 842 923-2 Nick Drake Pink Moon(CD, Album, RE, RM) Island Records, Chronicles 422 842 923-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
00602537069958 Nick Drake Pink Moon(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Island Records 00602537069958 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
UICY-3039 Nick Drake Pink Moon(CD, Album, RE, RM) Island Records UICY-3039 Japan 2000 Sell This Version

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NewburyMike

NewburyMike

April 15, 2020
Does anyone know about a CD version distributed with a cardboard sleeve?
jonniem

jonniem

July 23, 2018
Hi, Wondering if anyone can help. I have a copy of Nick Drake - Pink Moon which i believed to be an original first press. Its in the gatefold sleeve and got the pink rim island record label and the matrix number Matrix / Runout (A Side (stamped)): ILPS 9184 A-1U
Matrix / Runout (B Side (stamped)): ILPS 9184 B-1U.
The thing is i have a buyer who's worried about it being a bootleg or counterfeit because not sure about how the label looks. I have read that the bootlegs have no 1u on the matrix so baffling me a little. Im not out to try and con anyone just would like to try and work out if genuine or not.
mttlsa

mttlsa

May 27, 2018
edited over 2 years ago
hey guys I've got a version of this vinyl that i can't relate with any of the already submitted on the web! The label is the one with the pink ring (with the palm island) and 1972 printed. CAT number is ILPS 9184. Gatefold cover with green lyrics on the inner left side and a negative portrait of nick on the inner right. At the bottom center of the cover's back there's an I (logo) with island records ltd - basing street london w11 under it. Printed and made by Tinsley Robor Group Ltd on the lower right. Info about it anyone?
NWpunx

NWpunx

May 10, 2017
Heard this at the dentist today. Very strange. My dentist is actually pretty cool. Wallet stolen x2, never goes out of town because of having multiple kids + expenses, hates Trump. Really nice guy. Everyone hates Vancouver Washington, our town, but the people are actually pretty OK here even if don't fit in or whatever. They don't walk in the rain like the punx do and don't get their shoes wet... So no worry! I'm out in that 18 degree weather in January, frozen bones, ice, and streetlight punx.
shanetobin

shanetobin

May 26, 2014
Trying to figure out if the copy I just bought is a reissue. There were no stickers on the plastic when I bought it but everything looks perfectly brand new like it had never been opened before. Catalog# says ILPS-9184 and (P) 1972. Credits on the album sleeve say Printed and made by Tinsley Robor Group Ltd. and label info says: island records ltd, basing street london w11

The vinyl label has a light pink colored circle on the outer edge and the Island logo is a cartoon with a palm tree with clouds in the background and blue and yellow rays. Anyone know if there is a way to tell if this is a reissue or possibly an original?
RyansGoldenRecords

RyansGoldenRecords

February 1, 2013
Probably one of the most God-like folk albums of all time. Enough said.