One Night in Time
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|One Night in Time|
|Studio album by Donovan|
After his 1984 album Lady of the Stars failed to meet success in both the US and UK, Donovan temporarily retired from recording studio albums. In 1990, Donovan's 1960's albums were reissued on CD for the first time. His 1990 live album Rising and the 1992 Epic Records boxed set Troubadour: The Definitive Collection 1964-1976 were also bringing Donovan's music back into record stores.
Although this renewed interest in Donovan's music grew over the next few years, in 1993 he was still without a record label in the US or UK. The album was only released on cassette tape.
All tracks by Donovan Leitch, except where noted.
- "One Night in Time" (Donovan Leitch, Warwick Embury)
- "Dear Heart"
- "You Got Me Reeling"
- "The Sensitive Kind" (J. J. Cale)
- "When All the World is Young"
- "You Do Belong (Teenage Suicide)"
- "What's a Girl..."
- "Forever Your Love"
- "There Are No Roads"