About this item
1969 LP from Welsh folk singer Mary Hopkins, best known for her bitter sweet hit Those Were the Days. One of the early releases on the Beatles' Apple Records, it was produced by Paul McCartney. Features three Donovan songs, including Lord of the Reedy River, later covered by Kate Bush, and one by Beatles producer George Martin.
A1 Lord Of The Reedy River
A2 Happiness Runs (Pebble And The Man)
A3 Love Is The Sweetest Thing
A4 Y Blodyn Gwyn
A5 The Honeymoon Song
A6 The Puppy Song
A7 Inch Worm
B1 Voyage Of The Moon
B2 Lullaby Of The Leaves
B3 Young Love
B4 Someone To Watch Over Me
B5 Prince En Avignon
B6 The Game
B7 Show Business
The LP is in very good condition, with a couple of lengthy but light surface scratches on side one.
- Mary Hopkin
- Catalogue number:
- Very good
- Sleeve condition:
- Very good
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