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Mary Hopkin does Doris Day

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Mary Hopkin "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)" Remake of the late Doris Day 1956 song. Produced by Paul McCartney with Ringo Starr on drums!! Peaked at # 77 (Billboard Hot 100 Charts) & # 7 (Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts) back in August of 1970. Released as an Apple Stereo 45 single (later on "Those Were The Days" compilation from late 1972). 

 

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LC   

Me too, Susie. She has such an innocent, waif-like voice—very endearing. Her cover of Paul's "Goodbye" is awesome. 

 

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 Bernie, that McCartney version is so awesome. I've always loved the mood of his version. Mary's too. But it's hard to beat Paul.

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So brilliant that I need to start a thread on Macca. I've been wanting to make note of a certain genre within McCartney's catalog, and "Goodbye" is part and parcel.... Stay tuned.

(I didn't want to totally hijack this nice thread on Mary Hopkins and Doris Day!)

 

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