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1960s / Donovan Sunshine Superman
The groups first collaboration was "Sunshine Superman". One of the first overtly psychedelic pop records, it was an innovative and eclectic blend of folk, rock, pop and jazz. The arrangement was augmented by prominent harpsichord and sitar, and set against a funky conga-driven backbeat. It also contained subtle but unmistakable references to LSD — notably, the line, "I could've tripped out easy, but I've changed my ways". The US version of the Sunshine Superman LP is arguably the best, most consistent and most durable of Donovan's albums, and it remains one of the keynote records of the psychedelic era. 1966