Childhood Imagined: H.M.S. Donovan at 50

Songs about weather, colors, bathroom habits, dancing, and animals endowed with the ability to speak abound; a spirited masking of the album’s key concern—thwarting the physical, emotional, and cultural aging process. Innocent enough initially, the longer one examines the work the more distorted and intricate the subjects become . . .

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