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A Soldier'€™s Dream (2 versions)
As I Recall It
As Long as You’re Looking Back (2 versions)
Astral Angel
Atlantis (11 versions)
Ballad of Geraldine (2 versions)
Barabajagal (2 versions)
Brother Sun, Sister Moon (5 versions)
Catch the Wind (11 versions)
Celeste (2 versions)
Celtic Rock
Clara Clairvoyant
Colours (9 versions)
Cosmic Wheels (2 versions)
Cuttin'€™ Out (2 versions)
Donna Donna (7 versions)
Epistle To Derroll (6 versions)
Get Thy Bearings (3 versions)
Guinevere (5 versions)
Happiness Runs (4 versions)
House of Jansch (2 versions)
Hurdy Gurdy Man (6 versions)
I Love My Shirt (4 versions)
Isle Of Islay (7 versions)
Jabberwocky (4 versions)
Jennifer Juniper (13 versions)
Jersey Thursday (5 versions)
Lalena (6 versions)
Legend of a Girl Child Linda (5 versions)
Little Boy in Corduroy
London Town (5 versions)
Mandolin Man and His Secret (2 versions)
Maria Magenta
Mellow Yellow (12 versions)
Mr. Wind (2 versions)
Oh Gosh
People Used To
Remember the Alamo (2 versions)
Sadness (4 versions)
Sand and Foam (5 versions)
Season of the Witch (5 versions)
She’s So California (3 versions)
Song for John
Sun (3 versions)
Sunshine Superman (11 versions)
Superlungs My Supergirl (2 versions)
Tangerine Puppet (2 versions)
The Ballad of a Crystal Man (2 versions)
The Garden (3 versions)
The Intergalactic Laxative
The Magpie (2 versions)
The Quest (2 versions)
The Summer Day Reflection Song (2 versions)
The Sun Is a Very Magic Fellow
The Trip (2 versions)
The War Drags On (5 versions)
There Was a Time (2 versions)
To Sing for You (3 versions)
To Susan on the West Coast Waiting (3 versions)
Trudi (4 versions)
Under the Greenwood Tree
Voyage Into The Golden Screen
Wear Your Love Like Heaven (9 versions)
Why Do You Treat Me Like You Do (3 versions)
Writer in the Sun (6 versions)
Wynken, Blynken and Nod (3 versions)
Yellow Star (2 versions)
Young Girl Blues (8 versions)

Donovan Philips Leitch (born 10 May 1946), known as Donovan, is a Scottish-born singer, songwriter and guitarist. He developed an eclectic and distinctive style that blended folk, jazz, pop, psychedelia, and world music (notably calypso). He has lived in Scotland, Hertfordshire (England), London and California, and, since at least 2008, in County Cork, Ireland, with his family. Emerging from the British folk scene, Donovan reached fame in the United Kingdom in early 1965 with live performances on the pop TV series Ready Steady Go!.

Having signed with Pye Records in 1965, he recorded singles and two albums in the folk vein, after which he signed to CBS/Epic Records in the US - the first signing by the company’s new vice-president Clive Davis - and became more successful internationally. He began a long and successful collaboration with leading British independent record producer Mickie Most, scoring multiple hit singles and albums in the UK, US, and other countries.

His most successful singles were the early UK hits "Catch the Wind", "Colours" and "Universal Soldier" in 1965. In September 1966 "Sunshine Superman" topped America’s Billboard Hot 100 chart for one week and went to number two in Britain, followed by "Mellow Yellow" at US No.2 in December 1966, then 1968’s "Hurdy Gurdy Man" in the Top 5 in both countries, then "Atlantis", which reached US No.7 in May 1969.

He became a friend of pop musicians including Joan Baez, Brian Jones and The Beatles. He taught John Lennon a finger-picking guitar style in 1968 that Lennon employed in "Dear Prudence," "Julia," "Happiness Is a Warm Gun" and other songs. Donovan’s commercial fortunes waned after parting with Most in 1969, and he left the industry for a time.

Donovan continued to perform and record sporadically in the 1970s and 1980s. His musical style and hippie image were scorned by critics, especially after punk rock. His performing and recording became sporadic until a revival in the 1990s with the emergence of Britain’s rave scene. He recorded the 1996 album Sutras with producer Rick Rubin and in 2004 made a new album, Beat Cafe. Donovan was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012 and the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2014.