To hear Donovan Leitch tell it, we shouldn’t remember the ’60s Scottish pixie merely for durable love-and-beads hits like ”Sunshine Superman” and ”Mellow Yellow.” In his mind, he’s also largely responsible for Sgt. Pepper, Led Zeppelin, world music, certain songs from the White Album, the invention of the boxed set, Van Morrison, the ”banana” cover of The Velvet Underground and Nico, T. Rex, fusion, Dylan going electric, and the phrase ”flower power.” While there may be truth to some of his claims (albeit not the one in which he and the Beatles are ”reincarnated Celtic bards”), Leitch’s relentless self-aggrandizing Autobiography makes you want to hit him with a sandal.
The Autobiography of Donovan To hear Donovan Leitch tell it, we shouldn't remember the '60s Scottish pixie merely for durable love-and-beads hits like ''Sunshine Superman'' and '...The Autobiography of DonovanNonfictionDonovan Leitch To hear Donovan Leitch tell it, we shouldn't remember the '60s Scottish pixie merely for durable love-and-beads hits like ''Sunshine Superman'' and '...2005-12-07St. Martin's Press
Genre: Nonfiction; Author: Donovan Leitch; Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Posted December 7 2005 — 12:00 AM EST
- Paul Rudd tests 'Ant-Man's shrinking powers against a bathtub tidal wave
- Here are the most popular passages from 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'
- Dave Grohl was 'terrified' to watch Kurt Cobain documentary
- Miss USA Pageant sans Trump: 'Show will go on'
- See a new trailer for 'BoJack Horseman' season 2
- Alex Trebek rapped the 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' theme song on 'Jeopardy!'
- Heroes: Reborn unveils new H.R.G. art