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Donovan obviously gets right up into the microphone with his trembling intonations.

He wrote this song after he went to India for a transcendental meditation retreat with the Beatles.

Goo Goo Barabajagal (Love Is Hot) (1969) Throughout the ‘60s, and until the end of the 20th century, major artists collaborating together on a recorded project were not heavily practiced like it is today.

The Jeff Beck Group clearly collaborated with Donovan on his last song to enter the Top 40 Billboard singles chart.

Its song title is in part inspired from the Beatles song “I Am the Walrus” lyric “goo goo ga joob.” 7.

“Catch the Wind” (1965) Donovan’s debut hit single draws heavily influence from Bob Dylan, though the British folkster was more drawn to Woody Guthrie.

It was recorded at the famed Abbey Road Studios, the same studio the Beatles made all their hits from.

Several prominent musicians are featured including Paul Mc Cartney and Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones. “Atlantis” (1969) Now sit back and let Donovan tell you the tale of the lost continent of Atlantis.

“Atlantis” is a prime example of Donovan’s signature spoken-words in song. He was inspired to write a song about George Harrison's sister-in-law, Jennifer Boyd, whom he had a big crush on. He even taught Lennon his finger-picking technique on guitar. “Mellow Yellow” (1966) Back in the 1970s there was a soft drink called "Mello Yellow" that featured this song in the TV commercial. When you hear the song “Mellow Yellow” you can’t help but sing along with the chorus.

The song represents numerous sounds he heard while there.

It was also written for his friend and mentor who was in a Danish band called Hurdy Gurdy.

Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012, two of his songs have been prominently featured in a motion picture, an FX TV series, and a television commercial.

Throughout his music career he’s had a number of hit songs.