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Donovan - Edited Versions (2010)

28-10-2014, 13:17
Music | Folk | Rock

Donovan - Edited Versions (2010)

Artist: Donovan
Title Of Album: Edited Versions
Year Of Release: 2010
Genre: Folk/Rock
Label: Roba Digital
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 57:11
Total Size: 157 Mb

1. Jennifer Juniper (3:16)
2. Catch The Wind (2:52)
3. Hurdy Gurdy Man (6:07)
4. Sunshine Superman (4:02)
5. Sadness (2:54)
6. Universal Soldier (2:49)
7. Cosmic Wheels (4:06)
8. Atlantis (3:03)
9. Wear Your Love Like Heaven (3:38)
10. To Susan On The Westcoast Waiting (3:08)
11. Colours (3:29)
12. Young Girl Blues (5:04)
13. Young But Growing (3:41)
14. Stealing (4:14)
15. Sailing Homeward (3:05)
16. Love Will Find A Way (2:42)
17. Lalena (3:23)

Donovan Philips Leitch (born May 19, 1946 in Maryhill, Glasgow), better known as simply Donovan, is a Scottish singer, songwriter, and musician. Originally a ’60s folk singer, as the decade progressed Donovan cultivated his own unique eclectic sound, mixing elements of folk, pop, jazz, world music and more, often with a twinge of psychedelia. His most well-known work was suffused with altruistic political overtones, making him an iconic figure of the “flower power” counter-culture of the ’60s.

Donovan came to fame in the United Kingdom in early 1965 with a series of live performances on the television pop series, Ready Steady Go!. He first hit the charts in 1965 with his single “Catch the Wind”, continuing on with a string of hits, most of them produced by Mickie Most. Donovan’s 1966 Sunshine Superman marked not only a transition to the burgeoning psychedelic scene, but is also viewed as a formative album in its genre, inspiring countless contemporaries. His 1967 double album A Gift From A Flower To A Garden—the first major album released as a boxed set—completed the transition from beat poet folkster to hippie troubadour.

As a close friend of The Beatles, he traveled with them to India during their stay at the ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and taught them the “clawhammer” finger-picking style, which is featured on several tracks on their seminal 1968 double album The Beatles, better known as “The White Album.”

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