For the first time on vinyl the complete concert at the Anaheim Convention Center on November 17th 1967. Let’s catch a shiny document of the flower power era on KLIMT!
“ (…)Flow in a Donovan concert is important, and here, presented as it occurred, listeners can drift right into the tidepool of magic. The band is a quintet with Harold McNair on flute and saxophones, Loren Newkirk on piano, Andy Tronosco on upright bass, Tony Carr on drums, and John Carr on bongos. Donovan plays acoustic guitar throughout. The hippy mysticism and flower power poet is everywhere here. This isn’t rock star excess at all, but an organic, drenched-in-sunshine concert full of gentleness with a premium on good vibes (…)” allmusic.com
FORMAT: Limited edition of 500 copies on celeste & yellow 180 gram vinyl 2LP.
1. Isle Of Islay 2. Young Girl Blues 3. There Is A Mountain 4. Poor Love (Poor Cow) 5. Sunny Goodge Street 6. Guinevere
1. Celeste 2. Epistle To Derroll 3. Preachin’ Love
1. The Lullaby Of Spring 2. Sand And Foam 3. Hampstead Incident 4. Writer In The Sun 5. To Try For The Sun 6. Someone Singing
1. The Fat Angel 2. Widow With Shawl (A Portrait) 3. Pebble And The Man (Happiness Runs) 4. The Tinker And The Crab 5. Rules And Regulations 6. Mellow Yellow 7. Catch The Wind (Coda Bis)