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10cf746e54 Format: 11 - 1966 The Peter, Paul and Mary Album Released: Label: Warner Bros. They were accomplishing precisely what the Weavers had set out to do a decade and a half earlier (and, not coincidentally, also exactly what the Weavers' political opponents had feared the latter group would do, spreading liberal ideas and politics on the popular landscape with pretty music). After the death of Travers in 2009, Yarrow and Stookey continued to perform as a duo under their individual names.. Format: - - 2000 Don't Laugh at Me Released: Label: Warner Bros. By 1966, PP&M were feeling the pressure to embellish their music, however, and began adding significant numbers of backup musicians to their records, and exploring more rock-oriented sounds, on The Peter, Paul and Mary Album and, later, Album 1700. The song, which parodied the styles of the Beatles, the Mamas & the Papas, and Donovan, was not only catchy and memorable, but also a reminder to the public that, for all of their devotion to causes and issues, Peter, Paul and Mary was a very funny group as well. It included "Lemon Tree", "500 Miles", and the Pete Seeger hit tunes "If I Had a Hammer" (subtitled "The Hammer Song") and "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?". For much of the year that followed this commercial comeback, the group was involved in politics, in the form of Senator Eugene McCarthy's antiwar campaign for the White House.
Their recording, released in June of 1963, was an instant hit, shipping over 300,000 copies in less than two weeks -- many times the number of records that Dylan himself had sold up that point -- and eventually rising to number two on the charts. The track first appeared on their million-selling platinum certified Album 1700, in 1967 (which also contained their No. .. The former won them Grammys for best folk recording, and best performance by a vocal group."Moving" was the follow-up, including the hit tale of innocence lost, Puff (The Magic Dragon) - which reached No. ^ Betts, Graham (2004). And in early 1962, before their debut album had even been released, the Kingston Trio had picked up a then-new Pete Seeger song, "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," from one of the group's live performances and had a hit with it. Manager Albert Grossman created Peter, Paul and Mary in 1961, after auditioning several singers in the New York folk scene, including Dave Van Ronk, who was rejected as too idiosyncratic and uncommercial. This article needs additional citations for verification. Format: - - LifeLines Released: Label: Warner Bros. Early years (19611969).