Colours (1987 Donovan album)

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Colours
Donovan-Colours 1987.jpg
Compilation album by Donovan
Released October 1987
Recorded 1965
Genre folk
Length 84:32
Label PRT Records
Producer Terry Kennedy, Peter Eden, Geoff Stephens
Donovan chronology
Catch the Wind
(1986)
Colours
(1987)
Donovan's Greatest Hits and More
(1989)

Colours is a compilation album from Scottish singer-songwriter Donovan. It was released in the United Kingdom (PRT Records PYL 7004 [LP]/PYC 7004 [CD]) in October 1987 and did not chart. This 1987 release bears little resemblance to the 1972 version of Colours.

History[edit]

In 1987, PRT Records assembled and released a thirty track compilation of Donovan's 1965 Pye Records recordings. The album was released on both vinyl and compact disc and marks the first compact disc release of many of the songs.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Donovan Leitch, except where noted.

Disc one[edit]

  1. "Josie"
  2. "Catch the Wind"
  3. "Remember the Alamo" (Jane Bowers)
  4. "Cuttin' Out"
  5. "Car Car" (Woody Guthrie)
  6. "Keep on Truckin'" (traditional; arranged by Donovan Leitch)
  7. "Gold Watch Blues" (Mick Softley)
  8. "To Sing for You"
  9. "You're Gonna Need Somebody on Your Bond" (traditional; arranged by Donovan Leitch)
  10. "Tangerine Puppet"
  11. "Donna Donna" (Aaron Zeitlin, Sholom Secunda, Arthur S Kevess, Teddi Schwartz)
  12. "Ramblin' Boy"
  13. "Colours"
  14. "To Try for the Sun"
  15. "Sunny Goodge Street"

Disc two[edit]

  1. "Oh Deed I Do" (Bert Jansch)
  2. "Circus of Sour"
  3. "Summer Day Reflection Song"
  4. "Candy Man" (traditional; arranged by Donovan Leitch)
  5. "Jersey Thursday"
  6. "Belated Forgiveness Plea"
  7. "Ballad of a Crystal Man"
  8. "Little Tin Soldier" (Shawn Phillips)
  9. "Ballad of Geraldine"
  10. "Universal Soldier" (Buffy Sainte-Marie)
  11. "Do You Hear Me Now?" (Bert Jansch)
  12. "The War Drags On" (Mick Softley)
  13. "Turquoise"
  14. "Why Do You Treat Me Like You Do?"
  15. "Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness)"

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