Peter, Paul & Mary - In Concert (2LP, 200g)
Peter, Paul & Mary - In Concert (2LP, 200g)
Peter, Paul & Mary - In Concert (2LP, 200g)
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Peter, Paul & Mary - In Concert (2LP, 200g)
Peter, Paul & Mary - In Concert (2LP, 200g)
Peter, Paul & Mary - In Concert (2LP, 200g)

Peter, Paul & Mary - In Concert (2LP, 200g)

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Peter Yarrow – vocals, guitar

Noel "Paul" Stookey – vocals, guitar

Mary Travers – vocals

Dick Kniss – bass

 

2 LPs, Stoughton Printing tip-on "old-style" gatefold jacket

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 200g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Live

Studio

Record Press : Quality Record Pressings

Label : Analogue Productions

Original Label : Warner Bros

Album compiled from concerts recorded in San Francisco, Sacramento, Long Beach, Dayton Beach, Terre Haute by Peter Yarrow

Remastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

Produced by Albert B. Grossman and John Court

Originally released in 1964

Reissued in 2014



Tracks :

Side A :

1. The Times They Are A-Changin'
2. A'Soalin'
3. 500 Miles
4. Blue
5 .Three Ravens

 

Side B :

1. One Kind Favor
2. Blowin' In The Wind
3. Car-Car
4. Puff (The Magic Dragon)
5. Jesus Met The Woman

Side C :

1. Le Deserteur
2. Oh Rock My Soul
3. Paultalk

Side D :

1. Single Girl
2. There Is A Ship
3. It's Raining
4. If I Had My Way
5. If I Had A Hammer



Reviews :

« This double album opens with a then-new Bob Dylan song, "The Times They Are A' Changin'," and closes with the best-known song ever written by Pete Seeger and Lee Hayes, "If I Had a Hammer." That seems to sum up Peter, Paul & Mary, but In Concert offers a lot more than that. The surprises include vignettes in blues and gospel, and, most notably, the group's humorous digressions. Peter, Paul & Mary spared few opportunities for a good laugh on-stage, beginning with the introduction to "A' Soalin'," which shows off a lightheartedness that was an essential part of who they were, even as it leads into an exquisitely sung round-like piece that should have found its way into the repertory of Steeleye Span. "Blue" gives the trio a chance to play around with rock & roll, from doo wop to British Invasion, through the song "Old Blue" (satirizing folk music purists at the same time), and Paul Stookey adds his own sound effects to Woody Guthrie's "Car-Car." The solo spots are also worthwhile, particularly Peter Yarrow's introspective version of "Le Deserteur," followed by his dazzling, rousing singalong on "Oh, Rock My Soul," and Mary Travers' rendition of "Single Girl," a low-key proto-feminist song. The group's rendition of "It's Raining" achieves an exquisite mix of gossamer-textured harmonizing and thematic innocence, and their rendition of the Reverend Gary Davis' "If I Had My Way" is a bracing re-interpretation for three interwoven voices. Finally, the version of "If I Had a Hammer" that closes this album is superior to their hit single of the same song. » AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder

The surprises include vignettes in blues and gospel, and, most notably, the group's humorous digressions. Peter, Paul & Mary spared few opportunities for a good laugh on stage, beginning with the introduction to "A' Soalin'," which shows off a lightheartedness that was an essential part of who they were, even as it leads into an exquisitely sung round-like piece that should have found its way into the repertory of Steeleye Span. "Blue" gives the trio a chance to play around with rock & roll, from doo wop to British Invasion, through the song "Old Blue" (satirizing folk music purists at the same time), and Paul Stookey adds his own sound effect embellishments to Woody Guthrie's "Car-Car."

The solo spots are also worthwhile, particularly Peter Yarrow's introspective version of "Le Deserteur," followed by his dazzling, rousing sing-along on "Oh, Rock My Soul"; and Mary Travers' rendition of "Single Girl," a low-key proto-feminist song. The group's rendition of "It's Raining" achieves an exquisite mix of gossamer textured harmonizing and thematic innocence, and their rendition of the Reverend Gary Davis' "If I Had My Way" is a bracing re-interpretation for three interwoven voices. Finally, the version of "If I Had a Hammer" that closes this album is superior to their hit single of the same song. Mastered by Kevin Gray, 200-gram pressing by Quality Record Pressings, gatefold jacket.



Ratings

AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 3.88 / 5 

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