Just for a listen... blowing in the wind..
That was a pleasant treat, Perm, thanks.
We don't agree on much, but thanks for a good memory. They were the first concert I ever attended and their music was something in my life and that of my friends. We really loved their sound. Not into listening to music much these days and didn't even know Mary Travers died.
When in the Navy in 1963 I was on a ship off of Japan. While in port I bought one of the really top of the line real to real tape recorders available. Aboard ship I manged to get a copy of a tape someone made of Peter Paul and Mary. Probably their first four albums. We mounted that tape recorder in our work space and we played Peter, Paul and Mary, 24 hours a day, every day, in port and at sea. The tape just went forward until the end and the heads would move over and it would play in reverse and play the other two albums. Back and forth day after day. They had a real great sound.
I still have that tape and recorder. I'll have to see if I can get it going again.
60s & 70s Protest Songs worth review:
1963 Masters Of War
1963 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
1964 The Times They Are A-Changin'
1965 Eve of destruction
1966 For What It's Worth
(Something happening here)
1966 Society's Child
1967 Alice's Restaurant Massacree
1967 I-Feel-Like-I'm-A-Fixin'-To-Die Rag
1968 The Unknown Soldier
1969 Teach Your Children
1969 Give Peace A Chance
1969 Simple Song Of Freedom
1971 What's Goin On
1973 Livin' For The City
1979 Another Brick In The Wall, pt. 2
...and many more
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