Donovan: Barabajagal

Donovan SKU: 42863496
Donovan: Barabajagal

Donovan: Barabajagal

Donovan SKU: 42863496

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Barabajagal
Artist: Donovan
Label: State51 Conspiracy
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5060581178234
Genre: Rock

Barabajagal is the seventh studio album, eighth album overall and most fascinatingly the third of our re-issue programme from British singer-songwriter extraordinaire Donovan. It was released in 1969 and again features production duties by Mickie Most. The songs on this album represent all facets of Donovan's career. Several rockers adorn the album, including the title track, "Trudi", "The Love Song" and "Superlungs (My Supergirl)". "I Love My Shirt" updates the sound of his children's music and there are several slow songs featuring breathy vocals ("Where Is She?", "To Susan on the West Coast Waiting") reminiscent of the For Little Ones portion of A Gift from a Flower to a Garden. It is during the Barabajagal sessions that Donovan's musical vision and work ethic began to diverge from that of producer Mickie Most. The two eventually stopped working together, effectively ending Donovan's chart success.

1.1 Barabajagal (Love Is Hot)
1.2 Superlungs My Supergirl
1.3 Where Is She
1.4 Happiness Runs
1.5 I Love My Shirt
1.6 The Love Song
1.7 To Susan On the West Coast Waiting
1.8 Atlantis
1.9 Trudi
1.10 Pamela Jo
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