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DONOVAN <br> Donovan's Greatest Hits <br> 1969 (First Records, licensed by Epic Records, Japanese Import - Out of Print)

Details: First FL-1815, Japanese Import, stereo, blue label with Japanese and English writing, cover is made out of thing paper with protective plastic linging (not cardboard!), 1969

Condition: Vinyl & Jacket VG

NOTE: This jacket for this record is not made of stiff cardboard, but of thin paper that has clear plastic wrap on the inside and outside.

From the All Music Guide:
Epic's Greatest Hits may not be a perfect collection -- for instance, it contains re-recordings of his earliest folk songs, "Catch the Wind" and "Colours," not the originals -- but for many casual fans, that may not matter since the remaining nine songs offer an excellent summary of his hit singles. And, as these songs prove, Donovan and producer Mickie Most could craft irresistible folk-rock and psychedelic-pop singles. Some of the sounds and sentiments may sound a little dated, but the productions and the songs -- "Sunshine Superman," "Jennifer Juniper," "Wear Your Love Like Heaven," "Season of the Witch," "Mellow Yellow," "Hurdy Gurdy Man," "Epistle to Dippy," "There Is a Mountain," "Lalena" -- have proven to be classics of the era, and this is the best place to get them all on one collection.

The tracks are:
1 Epistle to Dippy 3:08
2 Sunshine Superman 4:32
3 There Is a Mountain 2:33
4 Jennifer Juniper 2:40
5 Wear Your Love Like Heaven 2:23
6 Season of the Witch 4:54
7 Mellow Yellow 3:37
8 Colours 4:10
9 Hurdy Gurdy Man 3:15
10 Catch the Wind 5:01
11 Lalena 2:54

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