“Sunshine Superman” by Donovan – 1966

This week Kevin Palmer returns to the studio to take a savage journey into the heart of “Sunshine Superman”, the 1966 number one hit by Donovan. As the catalyst for the psychedelic rock movement, the father of Ione Skye, and a major inspiration for the Beatles, Donovan is at the center of a pop culture universe so vast and interconnected, there should be a thing called Six Degrees of Donovan.
What Beatles song did Donovan supposedly write? What fate befell the Love Syndicate and Dreamworld Earth in the #7 issue of Final Crisis? Would the movie Wayne’s World exist if it wasn’t for “Sunshine Superman”? All these questions and more will be answered in this weeks episode of Single File.

“Sunshine Superman” by Donovan – 1966

This week Kevin Palmer returns to the studio to take a savage journey into the heart of “Sunshine Superman”, the 1966 number one hit by Donovan. As the catalyst for the psychedelic rock movement, the father of Ione Skye, and a major inspiration for the Beatles, Donovan is at the center of a pop culture universe so vast and interconnected, there should be a thing called Six Degrees of Donovan.

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2 thoughts on ““Sunshine Superman” by Donovan – 1966”

  1. There is nothing I would like to do more than shit on Creed for 30 minutes although it would just devolve into me talking about how I dated a girl in high school that listened to Jars of Clay.

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