Scott T. Appel (March 3, 1954 – March 11, 2003) was a musician and a musicologist.
In 1972 Appel gained admittance to Boston's Berklee School of Music.
In 1989 Appel released the album Nine of Swords on the Kicking Mule label as KM-343, which included six Nick Drake covers and also some Drake-influenced pieces. It was reissued in 1995 by Schoolkids Records The album was warmly received and received four stars by Rolling Stone.
Appel was a primary contributor to the Nick Drake tribute album "Brittle Days"(1992) released by Manchester England's Imaginary Records. Appel contributed "From the Morning" and "Hazy Jane". Both tracks were produced by NY producer Brad Morrison and recorded at Mixolydian Studios.
- Glassfinger (1985)
- Nine of Swords (1989)
- Parhelion (1998)
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