· Donovan: acoustic guitar and vocals.
· Robbie Overson: guitar.
· Mick Daly: banjo.
· Dana Roth: mandolin.
· Maire Breathnach: fiddle.
· Christi Leahy: accordion.
· Paul Seymore: keyboards.
· Pat Crowley: keyboards, accordion.
· Jim Rothermel: alto sax, recorder, harmonica.
· Noel Barrett: bass.
· Danny Byrt: drums, cagone.
· Sudhananda: vocal, guitar.
· Anie Whelan: vocals.
· Rebecca Hale: vocals.
· Bernie Steinberg: vocals.
· Carrie Brandon: vocals.
· Michael Bennet: vocals
· Indiana Seerly Gowland: vocals.
· Coco Ryder: vocals.
· Tina Malia: vocals.
· After Sutras (the one and only album released on Rick Rubin's American Recordings label) Donovan stopped recording and started to write an autobiography (The Hurdy Gurdy Man) and reorganize his business by creating his own label, Donovan Discs, developing his website and searching in record companies' archives his old studio tapes.
· Then, Music For Little People (subsidiary of Rhino Records) contacted Donovan to release a children's album, trying to follow the success that was achieving another label, Beat Goes On Records, which was releasing Donovan's old children's albums, For Little Ones from A Gift From A Flower To A Garden and HMS Donovan. Donovan re-recorded new versions of some of his songs for children, and some new compositions, for the Pied Piper album, named after the 1972 film starred by Donovan as the The Piper. The album was the first release of Donovan's label, Donovan Discs, as it was released in conjuction with Rhino Records.
· Some of the lyrics were changed a bit to be adapted for children.
· Sun Magic is a version of The Sun Is A Very Magic Fellow from The Hurdy Gurdy Man album.