Peter, Paul And Mary Live In Japan 1967 2CD
Peter, Paul And Mary Live In Japan 1967 2CD
Genre: Folk
Label: WEA

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Peter, Paul And Mary Live In Japan 1967 2CD

Peter, Paul And Mary

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WEACD79277
UPC:
603497927753
Double CD Deluxe Edition! Extraordinary Live Performances! 24 Songs Including "Puff The Magic Dragon", "If I Had A Hammer", "500 Miles" & More!

The original 1967 LP was never released in the U.S., and, until now, has never been on CD. This 2CD Deluxe Edition release is the original album plus additional songs that weren't on the 1967 LP. The first disc is the original album with the second containing the rest of the concert.

"Peter, Paul and Mary are folk singers." So stated the liner notes to the group's self-titled 1962 debut album. Today, this declaration seems redundant, because the term "folk music" has come to be virtually interchangeable with the group name, but when the words were written, they were meant less as a stylistic distinction than as a mission statement. In the decades prior to the '60s, through the work of such avatars as Woody Guthrie, the Weavers and Pete Seeger, folk music had become identified with sociopolitical commentary, but the idiom had been forced underground in the Senator Joe McCarthy witch-hunting era of the late '50s. By the time Peter, Paul and Mary arrived on the scene, for the majority of America, folk was viewed merely as a side-bar to pop music which employed acoustic instruments. At this critical historic juncture, with the nation still recovering from the McCarthy era, the Civil Rights Movement taking shape, the Cold War heating up and a nascent spirit of activism in the air, Peter Yarrow, Noel (Paul) Stookey and Mary Travers came together to juxtapose these cross currents and thus to reclaim folk's potency as a social, cultural and political force. But few at the time could have realized how fervently and pervasively the group's message of humanity, hope and activism would be embraced. Having their music associated with causes and solutions is as natural as breathing for Peter, Paul and Mary. The music they purvey and the action it generates are equally important to them and lie at the heart of their story.

No American folk group has lasted longer or amassed a more loyal following than Peter, Paul and Mary; indeed, few groups of any genre have logged more years (45) or miles (countless) in direct, yearly touring; spreading the message and engaging the next (now four) generations. During its now legendary career, the trio won five Grammy's, produced 13 Top 40 hits, of which 6 ascended into the Top 10 - as well as eight gold and five platinum albums. That PP&M achieved such a rarefied level of commercial success without compromise, and while continuing a centuries-old tradition of people raising their voices in song for the sake of freedom, is simply further evidence of their extraordinarily successful career-as much a mission accomplished as a musical career.

Features:
• Double CD Deluxe Edition
• Live Performances

Selections:
CD 1:
1. Sometime Lovin'
2. No Other Name
3. The Other Side of This Life
4. The Good Times We Had
5. Paultalk (Japanese version)
6. Puff, The Magic Dragon
7. Serge's Blues
8. For Baby (For Bobby)
9. If I Had My Way
10. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright
11. If I Had A Hammer
12. This Land Is Your Land

CD 2:
1. When the Ship Comes In
2. 500 Miles
3. Lemon Tree
4. Gone the Rainbow
5. Hurry Sundown
6. Well, Well, Well
7. San Francisco Bay Blues
8. It's Raining
9. When I Die
10. Where Have All the Flowers Gone
11. Blowin' In the Wind
12. The Times They Are A'Changin'
Description
Double CD Deluxe Edition! Extraordinary Live Performances! 24 Songs Including "Puff The Magic Dragon", "If I Had A Hammer", "500 Miles" & More!

The original 1967 LP was never released in the U.S., and, until now, has never been on CD. This 2CD Deluxe Edition release is the original album plus additional songs that weren't on the 1967 LP. The first disc is the original album with the second containing the rest of the concert.

"Peter, Paul and Mary are folk singers." So stated the liner notes to the group's self-titled 1962 debut album. Today, this declaration seems redundant, because the term "folk music" has come to be virtually interchangeable with the group name, but when the words were written, they were meant less as a stylistic distinction than as a mission statement. In the decades prior to the '60s, through the work of such avatars as Woody Guthrie, the Weavers and Pete Seeger, folk music had become identified with sociopolitical commentary, but the idiom had been forced underground in the Senator Joe McCarthy witch-hunting era of the late '50s. By the time Peter, Paul and Mary arrived on the scene, for the majority of America, folk was viewed merely as a side-bar to pop music which employed acoustic instruments. At this critical historic juncture, with the nation still recovering from the McCarthy era, the Civil Rights Movement taking shape, the Cold War heating up and a nascent spirit of activism in the air, Peter Yarrow, Noel (Paul) Stookey and Mary Travers came together to juxtapose these cross currents and thus to reclaim folk's potency as a social, cultural and political force. But few at the time could have realized how fervently and pervasively the group's message of humanity, hope and activism would be embraced. Having their music associated with causes and solutions is as natural as breathing for Peter, Paul and Mary. The music they purvey and the action it generates are equally important to them and lie at the heart of their story.

No American folk group has lasted longer or amassed a more loyal following than Peter, Paul and Mary; indeed, few groups of any genre have logged more years (45) or miles (countless) in direct, yearly touring; spreading the message and engaging the next (now four) generations. During its now legendary career, the trio won five Grammy's, produced 13 Top 40 hits, of which 6 ascended into the Top 10 - as well as eight gold and five platinum albums. That PP&M achieved such a rarefied level of commercial success without compromise, and while continuing a centuries-old tradition of people raising their voices in song for the sake of freedom, is simply further evidence of their extraordinarily successful career-as much a mission accomplished as a musical career.

Features:
• Double CD Deluxe Edition
• Live Performances

Selections:
CD 1:
1. Sometime Lovin'
2. No Other Name
3. The Other Side of This Life
4. The Good Times We Had
5. Paultalk (Japanese version)
6. Puff, The Magic Dragon
7. Serge's Blues
8. For Baby (For Bobby)
9. If I Had My Way
10. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright
11. If I Had A Hammer
12. This Land Is Your Land

CD 2:
1. When the Ship Comes In
2. 500 Miles
3. Lemon Tree
4. Gone the Rainbow
5. Hurry Sundown
6. Well, Well, Well
7. San Francisco Bay Blues
8. It's Raining
9. When I Die
10. Where Have All the Flowers Gone
11. Blowin' In the Wind
12. The Times They Are A'Changin'
ISBN
Genre
Folk
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Peter, Paul And Mary
Title
Live In Japan 1967
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
Record Speed
Record Speed Record Size
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
Release Date
12-07-2012
Availability
Expected On 01-10-2020
Format
CD
ASSOC
C
Scratch & Dent
0
EXPECT_ON
2020-01-10 00:00:00.000
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