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Mellow Yellow
Review by Gary Hill
Perhaps more than just about any other artist Donovan seems an integral part of the 1960's. His optimistic approach seems to make him the perfect flower child.
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Donovan - Sunshine Superman: The Journey Of Donovan DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Many music documentaries you see these days are “unauthorized” and don’t include the music of the artist or any real involvement by them. This is not the case here.

Donovan - The Donovan Concert - Live In L.A. DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say I’ve always been a fan of Donovan. The truth is, though, his music has always seemed relegated to the past. As he shows in this performance, though, the man is an artist who is quite interested in keeping his sound relevant.

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Rick Wakeman - & Tony Ashton Present GasTank
Review by G. W. Hill
Perhaps this three CD should go under "various artists" instead of "Rick Wakeman." Still, I think Wakeman plays on almost everything here.

Various Artists - Change Begins Within (A Benefit Concert for The David Lynch Foundation) DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say that I don't support the cause for which this benefit was organized. That doesn't detract from the performance here, though.

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