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  1. Zulkijin Reply
    Get all the lyrics to songs on Open Road and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
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    Rock LP Donovan. About Product Images Used items may have various cosmetic differences as well. Donovan. Open Road LP (Item ) Epic, — Condition: Very Good+. Gatefold. $ LP, Vinyl record album. Add to Watch List Add to LP, Vinyl record album. Kaleidoscope Beacon From Mars. Epic, Very Good.
  3. Vudoran Reply
    Donovan is the fourteenth studio album, and sixteenth album overall, from British singer-songwriter Donovan. It was released in the US (Arista AB ) in August and in the UK (RAK SRAK ) with a different track order in October Background. In , Donovan's record contract with Epic.
  4. Ter Reply
    Well, obviously not my all-time favourite Donovan album, but Open Road remains quite good. "Changes" is a bold opening track, and I am not extremely surprised that it sounds a little bit similar to the David Bowie song which came out AFTER this one. Donovan was a surprising musical influence for some of the so-called glam rock movement.
  5. Torr Reply
    A wonderful complement to the Donovan studio albums from the late 60s – a well-recorded live date from the US. The style of the tunes is a bit different than some of their more famous album and single versions – with a relaxed approach to the work that leans a bit more on some of Donovan's folksy roots, but still features the jazzier touches that happened after his mid 60s "transformation.
  6. Goltikree Reply
    The Open Road album was the first recording to be named as “Celtic Rock”, a term dubbed by Donovan himself to refer the style of the group, which had been brewing in the previous albums, Barabajagal and The Hurdy Gurdy Man.
  7. JoJogis Reply
    Open Road, an Album by Donovan. Released in on Epic (catalog no. E ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Folk Rock, Folk Pop.
  8. Arashitaur Reply
    Jun 25,  · And the Mellow Yellow reissue has a clutch of excellent non-LP singles. The mastering and EQ on that reissue series is loud and shrill though. The opening hi-hat on Mellow Yellow is a real eardrum scourer (in fairness, it was mixed loud on vinyl too). Donovan was a very consistent artist through the early 70's, at least up until Cosmic Wheels and maybe after that as well.

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