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Donovan - The EP Collection (1990/1999)

22-02-2015, 15:27
Music | Folk | Rock

Donovan - The EP Collection (1990/1999)

Artist: Donovan
Title Of Album: The EP Collection
Year Of Release: 1990/1999
Label: See For Miles Records
Genre: Folk, Pop Rock
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 56:36 Min
Total Size: 138 Mb


1. Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)
2. Josie
3. Catch The Wind
4. To Sing For You
5. Remember The Alamo
6. Oh Deed I Do
7. Ballad Of A Crystal Man
8. Universal Soldier
9. Do You Hear Me Now
10. Colours
11. Turquoise
12. There Is A Mountain
13. Rambling Boy
14. Sunny Goodge Street
15. Hurdy Gurdy Man
16. The War Drags On
17. Jersey Thursday
18. Why Do You Treat Me Like You Do
19. Jennifer Juniper
20. Mellow Yellow

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.

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