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Influenced by his family's love of folk music , he began playing the guitar at He enrolled in art school but soon dropped out, to live out his beatnik aspirations by going on the road.
Returning to Hatfield , Donovan spent several months playing in local clubs, absorbing the folk scene around his home in St Albans , learning the crosspicking guitar technique from local players such as Mac MacLeod and Mick Softley and writing his first songs.
In Torquay he stayed with Mac MacLeod and took up busking , studying the guitar, and learning traditional folk and blues.
In late , Donovan was offered a management and publishing contract by Peter Eden and Geoff Stephens of Pye Records in London, for which he recorded a track demo tape later released on iTunes , which included the original of his first single, " Catch the Wind ", and " Josie ".
Dylan comparisons followed for some time. While recording the demo, Donovan befriended Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones , who was recording nearby.
She influenced Donovan's music but refused to marry him and she moved to the United States for several years in the late s. They met by chance in and married soon after.
Donovan had other relationships — one of which resulted in the birth of his first two children, Donovan Leitch and Ione Skye , both of whom became actors.
During Bob Dylan's trip to the UK in the spring of , the British music press were making comparisons of the two singer-songwriters and going so far as to stir up allegations of a rivalry, and other luminaries of the pop scene were chiming in.
The Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones said,. We've been watching Donovan too. He isn't too bad a singer but his stuff sounds like Dylan's.
Tambourine Man'. Donovan is the undercurrent In D. Pennebaker 's film Dont Look Back documenting Dylan's tour.
Near the start of the film, Dylan opens a newspaper and exclaims, "Donovan? Who is this Donovan? Throughout the film Donovan's name is seen next to Dylan's on newspaper headlines and on posters in the background, and Dylan and his friends refer to him consistently.
Donovan finally appears in the second half of the film, along with Derroll Adams , in Dylan's suite at the Savoy Hotel despite Donovan's management refusing to allow journalists to be present, saying they did not want "any stunt on the lines of the disciple meeting the messiah".
Tambourine Man " but with different words. When confronted with lifting his tune, Donovan said that he thought it was an old folk song.
Dylan later told Melody Maker : "He played some songs to me. I like him. He's a nice guy. I just did it for a joke, that's all.
In an interview for the BBC in to mark Dylan's 60th birthday, Donovan acknowledged Dylan as an influence early in his career while distancing himself from "Dylan clone" allegations:.
The one who really taught us to play and learn all the traditional songs was Martin Carthy — who incidentally was contacted by Dylan when Bob first came to the UK.
Bob was influenced, as all American folk artists are, by the Celtic music of Ireland, Scotland and England. But in we folk Brits were also being influenced by some folk Blues and the American folk-exponents of our Celtic Heritage Dylan appeared after Woody [Guthrie], Pete [Seeger] and Joanie [Baez] had conquered our hearts, and he sounded like a cowboy at first but I knew where he got his stuff — it was Woody at first, then it was Jack Kerouac and the stream-of-consciousness poetry which moved him along.
But when I heard ' Blowin' in the Wind ' it was the clarion call to the new generation — and we artists were encouraged to be as brave in writing our thoughts in music We were not captured by his influence, we were encouraged to mimic him — and remember every British band from the Stones to the Beatles were copying note for note, lick for lick, all the American pop and blues artists — this is the way young artists learn.
There's no shame in mimicking a hero or two — it flexes the creative muscles and tones the quality of our composition and technique. It was not only Dylan who influenced us — for me he was a spearhead into protest, and we all had a go at his style.
I sounded like him for five minutes — others made a career of his sound. Like troubadours, Bob and I can write about any facet of the human condition.
To be compared was natural, but I am not a copyist. Kozak introduced Donovan to American businessman Allen Klein later manager of the Rolling Stones and in their final waning months, the Beatles.
Most produced all Donovan's recordings during this period, although Donovan said in his autobiography that some recordings were self-produced, with little input from Most.
Many of Donovan's late s recordings featured musicians including his key musical collaborator John Cameron on piano, Danny Thompson from Pentangle or Spike Heatley on upright bass, Tony Carr on drums and congas and Harold McNair on saxophone and flute.
Carr's conga style and McNair's flute playing are a feature of many recordings. Cameron, McNair and Carr also accompanied Donovan on several concert tours and can be heard on his live album Donovan in Concert.
He was entering his most creative phase as a songwriter and recording artist, working with Mickie Most and with arranger, musician, and jazz fan John Cameron.
Their first collaboration was " Sunshine Superman ", one of the first psychedelic pop records. Donovan's rise stalled in December when Billboard broke news of the impending production deal between Klein, Most, and Donovan, and then reported that Donovan was to sign with Epic Records in the US.
As a result, the UK release of the Sunshine Superman LP was delayed for months, robbing it of the impact it would have had.
Another outcome was that the UK and US versions of this and later albums differed — three of his Epic LPs were not released in the UK, and Sunshine Superman was issued in a different form in each country.
The legal dispute continued into early During the hiatus, Donovan holidayed in Greece , where he wrote "Writer in the Sun",  inspired by rumours that his recording career was over.
Gary Davis. After his return to London, he developed his friendship with Paul McCartney and contributed the line "sky of blue and sea of green" to " Yellow Submarine ".
Although folk elements were prominent, the album showed increasing influence of jazz, American west coast psychedelia and folk rock — especially the Byrds.
It was a success, selling , in six weeks and reaching No. It went on to sell over one million, and was awarded a gold disc.
The US version of the Sunshine Superman album is in chamber -style folk-jazz arrangements, and features instruments including acoustic bass, sitar , saxophone, tablas and congas, harpsichord, strings and oboe.
The song is notable for naming the Jefferson Airplane before they became known internationally and before Grace Slick joined.
Other tracks include "Bert's Blues" a tribute to Bert Jansch , "Guinevere", and "Legend of a Girl Child Linda", a track featuring voice, acoustic guitar and a small orchestra for over six minutes.
The album also features the sitar , which was played by American folk-rock singer Shawn Phillips. Donovan met Phillips in London in , and he became a friend and early collaborator, playing acoustic guitar and sitar on recordings including Sunshine Superman as well as accompanying Donovan at concerts and on Pete Seeger's TV show.
Creatively, Phillips served as a silent partner in the gestation of many of Donovan's songs from the era, with the singer later acknowledging that Phillips primarily composed " Season of the Witch ".
The third "heavy" song was "Season of the Witch". Because of earlier contractual problems, the UK version of Sunshine Superman LP was not released for another nine months.
Donovan did not choose the tracks. Through the first half of , Donovan worked on a double-album studio project, which he produced.
In January he gave a concert at the Royal Albert Hall accompanied by a ballerina who danced during a minute performance of "Golden Apples".
Written as an open letter to a school friend, the song had a pacifist message as well as psychedelic imagery.
The real "Dippy" was in the British Army in Malaysia. According to Brian Hogg, who wrote the liner notes for the Donovan boxed set Troubadour , Dippy heard the song, contacted Donovan and left the army.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. In mid, Donovan became the first high-profile British pop star to be arrested for possession of cannabis.
Donovan's arrest proved to be the first in a long series involving the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
According to Donovan, the article was based on an interview by an ex-girlfriend of his friend Gypsy Dave. It was quickly shown some claims were false.
A News of the World reporter claimed to have spent an evening with Mick Jagger , who allegedly discussed his drug use and offered drugs to companions.
He had mistaken Brian Jones for Jagger, and Jagger sued the newspaper for libel. Among other supposed revelations were claims that Donovan and stars including members of the Who , Cream , Rolling Stones and the Moody Blues regularly smoked marijuana, used other drugs, and held parties where the recently banned hallucinogen LSD was used, specifically naming the Who's Pete Townshend and Cream's Ginger Baker.
It emerged later that the News of the World reporters were passing information to the police. In the late s, The Guardian said News of the World reporters had alerted police to the party at Keith Richards 's home, which was raided on 12 February Although Donovan's was not as sensational as the later arrests of Jagger and Richards, he was refused entry to the US until late In September, Donovan toured the US, backed by a jazz group and accompanied by his father, who introduced the show.
Later that month, Epic released Donovan's fifth album, a set entitled, A Gift from a Flower to a Garden , the first rock music box set and only the third pop-rock double album released.
It was split into halves. The first, "Wear Your Love Like Heaven", was for people of his generation who would one day be parents; the second, " For Little Ones ", was songs Donovan had written for coming generations.
Worried it might be a poor seller, Epic boss Clive Davis also insisted the albums be split and sold separately in the US the "Wear Your Love Like Heaven" album cover was photographed at Bodiam Castle , but his fears were unfounded — although it took time, the original boxed set sold steadily, eventually peaking at 19 in the US album chart and achieving gold record status in the US in early The psychedelic and mystical overtones were unmistakable — the front cover featured an infra-red photograph by Karl Ferris showing Donovan in a robe holding flowers and peacock feathers, while the back photo showed him holding hands with Indian guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
The liner notes included an appeal for young people to give up drugs. His disavowal of drugs came after his time with the Maharishi in Rishikesh , a topic discussed in a two-part interview for the first two issues of Rolling Stone.
Donovan developed interest in eastern mysticism and claims to have interested the Beatles in transcendental meditation. In early he was part of the group that traveled to the ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in Rishikesh.
The visit gained worldwide attention thanks to the presence of all four Beatles as well as Beach Boys lead singer Mike Love , as well as actress Mia Farrow and her sister Prudence who inspired Lennon to write " Dear Prudence ".
According to a Paul McCartney interview with Radio Luxembourg ,  it was during this time that Donovan taught Lennon and McCartney finger-picking guitar styles including the clawhammer , which he had learned from Mac MacLeod.
After hearing MacLeod's version, Donovan considered giving it to Jimi Hendrix , but when Most heard it, he convinced Donovan to record it himself.
Donovan tried to get Hendrix to play, but he was on tour. Jimmy Page played electric guitar in some studio sessions and is credited with playing on the song.
Donovan credits Page and "Allen Hollsworth" a misspelling of Allan Holdsworth as the "guitar wizards" for the song, saying they created "a new kind of metal folk".
The cover featured only a painting by Fleur Cowles with neither the artist's name nor the title. The album contained two of his big hits and songs which would have been new to the audience.
The album also includes extended group arrangements of "Young Girl Blues" and "The Pebble and the Man", a song later reworked and retitled as "Happiness Runs".
McCartney returned the favour by playing tambourine and singing backing vocals on Donovan's next single, " Atlantis ", which was released in the UK with "I Love My Shirt" as the B-side in late November and reached Rags, and he also performed "Lord of the Reedy River" in the film as a singer at a youth hostel.
The A-side, a gentle calypso -styled song, contained another anti-war message, and became a moderate Top 40 US hit. However, when DJs in America and Australia flipped it and began playing "Atlantis", that became a hit.
For this episode Donovan recorded a satirical version of the song describing the Lost City of Atlanta which featured in the episode.
It became the most successful album of his career; it reached 4 in the US, became a million-selling gold record, and stayed on the Billboard album chart for more than a year.
On 26 June the track " Barabajagal Love Is Hot " recorded May , which gained him a following on the rave scene decades later, was released, reaching 12 in the UK but charting less strongly in the US.
The Beck group was under contract to Most and it was Most's idea to team them with Donovan to bring a heavier sound to Donovan's work, while introducing a lyrical edge to Beck's.
In September , the "Barabajagal" album reached 23 in the US. In the late 60s to the early 70s he lived at Stein , on the Isle of Skye, where he and a group of followers formed a commune and where he was visited by George Harrison.
He named his daughter, born , Ione Skye. In late , the relationship with Most ended after an argument over an unidentified recording session in Los Angeles.
The only time we ever fell out was in Los Angeles when there was all these, I suppose, big stars of their day, the Stephen Stills-es and the Mama Cass-es, all at the session and nothing was actually being played.
Somebody brought some dope into the session and I stopped the session and slung them out.