2216 Think About Your Children – Mary Hopkin (1970)

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Think About Your Children.

Think About Your Children was written by Tony Wilson, Errol Brown and Margaret Wilson. It was recorded by Mary Hopkin in 1970 and was produced by Mickie Most. It was released as single on the Apple Records label with Heritage on the B-side. The single reached number nineteen on the UK Singles Chart.

2215 Knock, Knock Who’s There? – Mary Hopkin (1970)

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Knock, Knock Who’s There? 

This song was written by John Carter and Geoff Stephens. It was recorded by Mary Hopkin in 1970 and was produced by Mickie Most. It was released as a single on the Apple Records label in 1970 with I’m Going To Fall In Love Again on the B-side. The single reached number two on the UK Singles chart. Knock, Knock Who’s There was the UK’s entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1970 where it came second.

2213 Govinda – Radha Krishna Temple (1970)

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Govinda.

Govinda is the musical adaption of the world’s oldest poem, consisting of Govindam prayers. It was recorded by the Radha Krishna Temple at Trident Studios in 1970.The recording features Billy Preston, Donovan and Mary Hopkin on backing vocals and Klaus Voormann on bass and Ringo Starr on drums. George Harrison overdubbed lead guitar onto the track. The recording was produced by George Harrison. It was released as a single on the Apple Records label in 1970. The B-side was Govinda Jai Jai. The single reached number twenty-three on the UK Singles chart. It was later released on The Radha Krsna Temple album in 1971.

2140 Lontano Dagli Occhi – Mary Hopkin (1970)

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Lontano Dagli Occhi.

This Italian song was written by Sergio Endrigo and Sergio Bardotti. It was first recorded by Sergio Endrigo in 1969. Mary Hopkin recorded her version the same year. Her version was recorded at Morgan Studios in London and was produced by Paul McCartney. The recording features Paul McCartney on bass and piano. It was released as the B-side to the single Temma Harbour in 1970. The single was released on the Apple Records label.

2139 Temma Harbour – Mary Hopkin (1970)

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Mary Hopkin.

This song was written by Philamore Lincoln and was recorded by him in 1969. Mary Hopkin recorded the song the same year. Her version was produced by Mickie Most and was released as a single in 1970. The single was released on the Apple Records label with Lontano Dagli Occhi on the B-side. The single reached number six on the UK singles chart.

2138 Fields Of St. Etienne – Mary Hopkin (1970)

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Mary Hopkin.

This song was written by Bernard Gallagher and Graham Lyle. Mary Hopkin recorded the song in 1969. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by Paul McCartney. The recording features Paul McCartney on guitar and bass and Ringo Starr on drums. It was released as the B-side to Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) in 1970. A second version was produced by Geoff Emerick.

2137 Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) – Mary Hopkin (1970)

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Que Sera, Sera.

This song was written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans in 1956. It was introduced in the 1956 movie The Man Who Knew Too Much and was sung by Doris Day. Mary Hopkin recorded her version of the song in 1969. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by Paul McCartney. The recording features Paul McCartney on guitar and bass and Ringo Starr on drums. It was first released as a single in America in 1970. It was released on the Apple Records label with Fields Of St. Etienne on the B-side. The single reached number seventy-seven on the Billboard chart.