NotesSide A, sung in German language.
|A||Mary Hopkin||An Jenem Tag (Those Were The Days)||Raskin, Korn||10.0 Rate|
|B||Mary Hopkin||Turn Turn Turn||Seeger||Rate|
Side A Music by Eugene Raskin
, German lyrics by Heinz Korn
Run Out Groove - machine stamped Side A: 7XBE 50155-1
Run Out Groove - machine stamped Side B: 7XBE 50152-1
5th Aug 2014
| ||dereus1.....please post a scan, if able to.|
Run, ride a bike, roller blade to a copy shop if you have to, and please then post the images, bitte, bitte, bitte.
Of the nine registered owners of this little nugget, I posted it first from UK, there are two US owners, and the rest are in Germany.......exalted company indeed.......the black label copy must resemble this version.
5th Aug 2014
| ||have a german black apple label copy|
(also O 23 910)
23rd Mar 2012
| ||An Jenem Tag (Those Were The Days)|
Sung in German, with Welsh intonation.
German lyrics by Heinz Korn.
17th Mar 2011
| ||I tried to link the video from youtube, but the uploader doesn't want to play - if you want to hear the fräulein sing in german, go to www.youtube.com, copy and paste this in the search window.....|
Mary Hopkin An Jenem Tag
....wo bist du, mein Liebling?.......
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