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Post Card Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, October 25, 2010
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This Remastered CD includes four Bonus Tracks, three of which were produced by Paul McCartney, and one by Geoff Emerick. One of these is previously unreleased — a cancelled Mary Hopkin single from 1969
• ‘Turn Turn Turn’ / 1968 B-side to ‘Those Were The Days’
• ‘Goodbye’ / Mary’s second hit single, written by Paul McCartney
• ‘Sparrow’ / 1969 B-side to ‘Goodbye’, written by Gallagher & Lyle then signed to Apple Publishing
• ‘Fields Of St. Etienne’ / previously unreleased version of this Gallagher & Lyle song, the cancelled single, Apple 16
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Fortunately, with time, I would obtain these two songs on this CD, and the sound quality was infinitely better. Included in Post Card are other delightful remakes. Among them we have: Lullaby of the Leaves, Young Love, Love Is the Sweetest Thing, and Someone to Watch Over Me, which is perhaps my favorite.
In addition to containing the renditions of these old favorites, Post Card has Donovan pitching in two contributions for Ms. Hopkin, namely Voyage of the Moon and Lord of the Reedy River, both of which finely suited her voice. As another plus for Post Card, The Puppy Song, a lovable track that was almost released as a follow-up single to Those Were the Days, was provided by singer/songwriter Harry Nilsson.
Also in this release are Y Blodyn Gwyn and Prince En Avignon, two tracks not sung in English. So far as anything else to say about them, the instrumentations of echoing strings are reminiscent of the musical arrangements present in Claudine Longet's 1968 album Love Is Blue.
All in all, if Paul McCartney had planned to create a wholesome, pure, and sweet image for the Apple label, then his decision to select these songs exclusively for this young, eighteen-year-old woman hit the jackpot.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A one hit wonder for me - Those Were the Days. If you're ok with that, buy it. Otherwise save your money.Published 14 days ago by NSB Customer
Mary Hopken only has 2 good songs, "Those Where the Days" and "Goodbye My Love". the rest of this CD was boring and uninspired. I wouldn't buy it again.Published 1 month ago by Jake D. Burrows
More wonderful music from a beautiful talent. A fun album from Apple Record's first artist.Published 2 months ago by J. R. Gray
I bought this item for someone else. When I heard back, that person enjoyed and would recommended this item.Published 3 months ago by primetimedoc
Prominently labelled: MADE IN POLAND should have been the tip off to send this back unopened. But I didn't. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Woody F
Once upon a time there was a Tavern is great. The other songs on this CD are just so-so.Published 11 months ago by Misha Spal