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Download links and information about Post Card by Mary Hopkin. This album was released in 1969 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, World Music, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:20:20 minutes.

Artist: Mary Hopkin
Release date: 1969
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, World Music, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:20:20
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No. Title Length
1. Those Were the Days (2010 - Remaster) 5:10
2. Lord of the Reedy River (2010 - Remaster) 2:38
3. Happiness Runs (Pebble and the Man) [2010 - Remaster] 2:04
4. Love Is the Sweetest Thing (2010 - Remaster) 3:45
5. Y Blodyn Gwyn (2010 - Remaster) 3:10
6. The Honeymoon Song (2010 - Remaster) 2:09
7. The Puppy Song (2010 - Remaster) 2:44
8. Inch Worm (2010 - Remaster) 2:36
9. Voyage of the Moon (2010 - Remaster) 5:55
10. Lullaby of the Leaves (2010 - Remaster) 2:36
11. Young Love (2010 - Remaster) 2:14
12. Someone To Watch Over Me (2010 - Remaster) 2:06
13. Prince en Avignon (2010 - Remaster) 3:23
14. The Game (2010 - Remaster) 2:42
15. There's No Business Like Show Business (Annie Get Your Gun, Act 1) [2010 - Remaster] 4:13
16. Turn Turn Turn (To Everything There Is a Season) [2010 - Remaster] 2:51
17. Goodbye (2010 - Remaster) 2:26
18. Sparrow (2010 - Remaster) 3:11
19. Fields of St. Etienne 3:47
20. Quelli erano giorni (Those Were the Days) [Italian 2010 Remix] 5:11
21. Qué Tiempo Tan Feliz (Those Were the Days) [Spanish 2010 Remix] 5:10
22. An Jenam Tag (Those Were the Days) [German 2010 Remix] 5:10
23. Le temps des fleurs (Those Were the Days) [French 2010 Remix] 5:09



Paul McCartney produced this debut album of twee but pretty, romantic pop-folk. Besides "Those Were the Days" (which actually originally appeared only on the US version, though it's on the CD reissue now available throughout the world), the highlights are Donovan's "Lord of the Reedy River" and "The Honeymoon Song," which McCartney himself had sung with the Beatles way back in 1963 on the BBC. If there's a fault to be found, it's that there's too high a percentage of pre-rock/pop standards à la "There's No Business Like Show Business." As it turns out this was more due to the leanings of McCartney than Hopkin, who preferred the more simply arranged folk numbers such as the Donovan covers and the Welsh "Y Blodyn Gwyn." Also on board is a rather nice composition, "The Game," by Beatles producer George Martin, who contributed some piano and orchestra conducting to the album. The CD reissue includes George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin's "Someone to Watch Over Me" (which was on the original U.K. version of the LP, but was taken off the American counterpart), as well as the "Those Were the Days" B-side "Turn! Turn! Turn!" and versions of "Those Were the Days" that Hopkin sang in Italian and Spanish.