Christopher O'Riley's New Take on Nick Drake From the Top host Chris O'Riley enjoys crafting his own piano transcriptions of tunes by his favorite pop musicians. Lately, his fascination has been the late British singer-songwriter Nick Drake. He plays Drake's song "Three Hours." This segment originally aired Apr. 18, 2007
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Christopher O'Riley's New Take on Nick Drake

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Christopher O'Riley's New Take on Nick Drake

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Christopher O'Riley's New Take on Nick Drake

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From the Top host Chris O'Riley enjoys crafting his own piano transcriptions of tunes by his favorite pop musicians. Lately, his fascination has been the late British singer-songwriter Nick Drake. He plays Drake's song "Three Hours." This segment originally aired Apr. 18, 2007