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Peter, Paul & Mary - Peter, Paul And Mary

 (Numbered - Limited)


ORG - Original Recordings Group



Product No.:
AORG 0069-45
UPC: 892001002691
Back Ordered

45 RPM Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2
Note: 180 Gram

45 RPM

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Gatefold 180-gram double LP cut at 45 RPM

Numbered, limited edition pressed at RTI

Mastered from the original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman

Features "If I Had A Hammer," "Lemon Tree" and "Where Have All The Flowers Gone"

The legendary trio's eponymous 1962 debut album produced two classics — "Lemon Tree" and Pete Seeger's "If I Had a Hammer." Because they were always hipper and more political than the Kingston Trio, Peter, Paul & Mary were soon frequently credited as the group that transformed American folk music into 1960s pop. It would be another six months before they really exploded with "Puff the Magic Dragon," and then another six before they brought Bob Dylan into the mainstream via their hit covers of "Blowin' in the Wind" and "Don't Think Twice." Which is why 1970's 10 Years Together: The Best of Peter, Paul and Mary remains the essential buy; nevertheless, the debut features their gorgeous covers of "Cruel War" and "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," making this disc mandatory for folk fans.

Side 1
Early In the Morning
500 Miles

Side 2
This Train
It's Raining

Side 3
If I Had My Way
Cruel War
Lemon Tree

Side 4
If I Had A Hammer
Autumn To May
Where Have All the Flowers Gone

Customer Reviews (2.67 Stars) 3 person(s) rated this product.

first noisy vinyl from ORG

posted on 09/09/2017
2 Stars
Sorry truth must be told. Simply too much pop and crackle over 3 of the 4 sides. Other than that, the sound is outstanding.

Heavenly recording, superb pressing

posted on 02/05/2015
5 Stars
This record does not say it was remastered, but the way it was originally recorded and then presented again on this re-issue is simply outstanding. The coherence of instruments and the magnificent vocals of Peter, Paul & Mary is preserved and comes alive as you spin this in glorious 45rpm. Some records have good soundstage presentation, and some have jaw-dropping ones from the outset, this record is just in the latter's league.

I felt the need to write this review as I do not see any reason for such a low rating here. I am assuming their other album, In the Wind, is also under rated here, so I will be purchasing it soon and hear that reissue for myself.

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