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Something About the Beatles: 168: Mary Hopkin


The first break-out star at Apple Records was, of course, Mary
Hopkin with “Those Were The Days.” A huge international hit, it
typed her as a cheery ingénue, somewhat removed from her folk roots
(and aspirations). Other hits followed, diverging from her
preferred stylistic path, until her second Apple album, Earth
Song / Ocean Song
 (produced by her future husband, Tony
Visconti) at last gave her some artistic satisfaction. Her story –
at Apple and beyond (including session work for David Bowie, Linda
McCartney…and The Beatles) – is recounted here by her daughter,
Jessica Lee Morgan (herself a recording artist).

Check out Mary’s releases – including archival studio and live
recordings, as well as recent work – here:
http://www.maryhopkin.com/





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