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Peter, Paul & Mary - Late Again (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Peter Paul and Mary Late Again vinyl Product details. Vinyl; Number of Discs: 1; Label: Warner Bros. / Seven the "single" was the worst cut off the album. OK, maybe not "worst", but definitely not anything like the other 11 songs. This album reflects a musical maturity away from early '60's folk. as opposed to replace an LP. I have 4/5(18).
  2. Jun 4, - Peter, Paul and Mary, Late Again, Vintage Record Album, Vinyl LP, Classic American Folk Music, Singer Songwriters, New York Folk Scene by VintageCoolRecords on Etsy.
  3. Label: Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records - WS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Terre Haute Press • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Peter, Paul & Mary - Late Again (, Terre Haute Press, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(40).
  4. Arguably Peter, Paul and Mary's best record since their debut LP, Album (named for its catalog number) found the trio confidently incorporating the stylistic developments first introduced on Album while growing enormously as songwriters. As usual, their songwriting peers were included, as the album led off with Eric Andersen's "Rolling Home," followed by John Denver's "Leaving On A Jet.
  5. The Best of Peter, Paul & Mary: Ten Years Together is 37 minutes and 43 seconds long and was released in This is the trio first compilation album and their last album until After The Best of Peter, Paul & Mary: Ten Years Together cassette, the trio went their separate ways/5(10).
  6. Nov 06,  · Provided to YouTube by Warner Records Apologize · Peter, Paul and Mary Late Again ℗ Warner Records Inc. Producer: Albert B. Grossman Vocals: Mary Travers Producer: Milton Okun Guitar: Paul.
  7. MARY POPPINS JULIE ANDREW LP GOLD METALIZED RECORD ALBUM VINYL RARE SOUNDTRACK. $ RARE! Peter Paul. RARE! Peter Paul & Mary "In The Wind" Red Vinyl Record VG! $ Dot Records Mary. Dot Records Mary Louise Boehm Kees Kooper Profile: Spain lpSO RARE. $ MARY WELLS- "VINTAGE.
  8. With Late Again, Peter, Paul & Mary completed the transition from folk to folk-rock that had begun a couple of years before its release. Granted, it was a transition as slow and halting as that of an ox carrying a piano on its back, but it did actually take place. You can't call an album that numbers Elvin Bishop, Herbie Hancock, Paul Griffin, Charlie McCoy, Bernard Purdie, John Simon, and 5/

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