It's a neat jazz take on the Donovan original...

Iggy Pop works with Dr. Lonnie Liston Smith on a new version of Donovan's evergreen hit 'Sunshine Superman'.

Where to start with Dr. Lonnie Liston Smith? Legends don't come much bigger - a virtuoso organist, he moved from soul jazz to funk via fusion, carving out his own niche.

New album 'Breathe' arrives on March 26th, and it was produced by Don Was, who currently heads up legendary jazz stable Blue Note.

A mixture of original songwriting and covers, Iggy Pop joins the genial doctor on a fresh take on Donovan's classics single 'Sunshine Superman'.

Tapping into those smoky mid 60s jazz bars, 'Sunshine Superman' matches Iggy's growl to some rootsy Hammond playing.

Check it out now.

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