In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever <http://www.furious.com/perfect/index0821.html
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Sweet folk nostalgia via the Fabs by Kurt Wildermuth
"Hopkin is revered, but she doesn't have a cult. Partly that's because in those years she didn't write her own songs. And partly it's because some of her material--or rather material apparently foisted on her by Svengali producers--was on the sugary or sentimental side. She is best remembered for her hit version of Boris Fomin and Gene Raskin's celebration of nostalgia, 'Those Were the Days.'"
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