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Like It Is, Was, And Evermore Shall Be

Side 1:

01. Summer Day Reflection Song
02. Do You Hear Me Now
03. Colours
04. Universal Soldier
05. Josie
06. Catch The Wind (Album Version)

Side 2:
07. Why Do You Treat Me Like You Do
08. To Try For The Sun
09. Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)
10. The War Drags On
11. Sunny Goodge Street

All songs by Donovan P. Leitch, except 02 by Bert Jansch, 04 by Buffy Sainte-Marie and 10 by Mick Softley.

Sunny Goodge Street arranged by Terry Kennedy.

Released: April 1968

Label: Hickory LPM 143 (mono)

Hickory LPS 143 (stereo)

Country: USA

Format: vinyl LP

Chart:

Billboard: 06/04/1968

4 weeks, #177

Trivia:

· In order to attract sales, Hickory chose a colourful cover, to match with Donovan's newest releases on Epic Records by that time, such as the Sunshine Superman album.

· On the back cover there are two letter from fans. One of them from a young girl, and the other from a middle-aged businessman who thanks Donovan for the way one of his songs led him to reconsider life.

· This compilation contained Why Do You Treat Me Like You Do and Donovan's recording of Bert Jansch's Do You Hear Me Now, neither of which had been included on any of Donovan's LP released in the USA.

· Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness) is listed as Hey Gyp.

· Sunny Goodge Street is listed as Sunny Goodge St.

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