This song is by Donovan and appears on the album Essence To Essence (1973) and on the live album Live In Japan: Spring Tour 1973 (1973). Sailing homeward, it's time to go home,Over the ocean of life we must roam. And when you get there, say hello for me,For I've a long, long way to g. here may be stormy days, there will be firesThere will be valleys with mountains to climb
Rising is the third live album, and twentieth album overall, from British singer-songwriter Donovan. It was released on Permanent Records in 1990 (LP and CD). The live versions of Donovan's hits guaranteed that Rising would receive a release in both the United States and United Kingdom. Rising was retitled The Classics Live in the United States, 25 Years in Concert in Europe and Atlantis in the UK for marketing reasons
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Donovan - Sailing Homeward/Yellow Star. Photo of Donovan - Sailing Homeward/Yellow Star. More albums of Donovan: Rising. The Very Best Of Donovan. This album was released on the label Epic (catalog number EPC 1960) Suzy (catalog number EPC 1960). This album was released in 1974 year.
Rising (Donovan album). Although Donovan's albums had all but disappeared from the British and American markets by the early 1980s, his live appearances still attracted large audiences. Donovan toured constantly throughout this time, performing throughout North America and Europe. The setlists from these shows features a mixture of Donovan's international hits from the 1960s and relatively more obscure tracks from his later albums. Like most of Donovan's live performances, there is sparse instrumentation accompanying Donovan's vocals, including flute, acoustic guitar, bass . Sailing Homeward" – 3:04. Love Will Find a Way" – 2:44.
Donovan - Sailing Homeward. Sailing homeward, it's time to go home, Over the ocean of life we must roam.
Donovan Essence To Essence Sailing Homeward Sailing homeward, it's time to go home, Over the ocean of life we must roam. Whenever I wander weary, I'll reach for you, I know you'll be there for to see me through.