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In These Times

Peter, Paul & Mary

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For their first new album since 1995's Lifelines, veteran folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary haven't changed things around much. Although their voices are a little less angelic (at least in the normal sense), the quavering, breathy vocals carry a kind of earned wisdom that they could only hint at 40 years ago, and it makes the group's delivery of these songs all the more intimate and effective. In These Times has the usual traditional material, including a hard-charging version of "Wayfaring Stranger," a Pete Seeger song (the elegant "Oh, Had I a Golden Thread"), and the group's usual endorsement of new, young songwriters working in the folk vein. The obvious highlight this time around is a song by Boston-based songwriter Thea Hopkins, "Jesus Is on the Wire," which tells the chilling story of the murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard in Wyoming. With sparse, jagged, and highly cinematic lyrics, the song builds the same kind of quiet horror as Billie Holiday's "Strange Fruit," and its matter-of-fact tone, even on the powerful chorus, makes "Jesus Is on the Wire" absolutely unforgettable. In These Times is valuable for that song alone, but fans of Peter, Paul & Mary won't be disappointed in the rest of the tracks here, either. The trio has aged well, and they've done it by not changing much of anything, making this album both reassuring and refreshing.
© Steve Leggett /TiVo

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1
Union Medley: You Gotta Go Down and Join the Union / Put It on the Ground / Union Maid / We Shall Not be Moved / Which Side Are You On (2004 Remaster) (Remastered LP Version)
00:06:50

Robert DeCormier, Writer - Paul Stookey, Writer - Woody Guthrie, Writer - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Vocals, Writer - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals, Writer - NOEL PAUL STOOKEY, Producer, Vocals - Florence Reece, Writer - Bill Wolff, Writer - Ray Glaser, Writer

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

2
Have You Been to Jail for Justice? (2004 Remaster) (Remastered LP Version)
00:02:28

Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Richard Kniss, Bass - Anne Feeney, Writer

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

3
Jesus Is on the Wire (2004 Remaster) (Remastered LP Version)
00:03:25

Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Richard Kniss, Bass - Thea Hopkins, Writer

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

4
Don't Laugh At Me (Remastered Long Version)
00:04:41

David Kahne, Producer, MixingEngineer - Steve Seskin, Writer - Bruce Miller, RecordingEngineer - Robert DeCormier, MusicDirector - Michael Brauer, MixingEngineer - James Shamblin, Writer - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Vocals - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Paul Prestopino, Guitar - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Vocals, CompilationProducer - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Richard Kniss, Bass - Ben Holt, AssistantEngineer

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

5
Wayfaring Stranger (Remastered Album Version)
00:03:09

Robert DeCormier, Writer - Traditional, Writer - Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals, Writer - Richard Kniss, Bass

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

6
How Can I Keep From Singing? / The Great Storm Is Over (2004 Remaster)
00:04:10

Robert DeCormier, Arranger - Traditional, Writer - Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Arranger, Guitar, Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Arranger, Vocals - Richard Kniss, Bass - NOEL PAUL STOOKEY, Arranger - Bob Franke, Arranger

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

7
Invisible People (Remastered Album Version)
00:03:19

Craig Carothers, Writer - Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - GENE NELSON, Writer - Richard Kniss, Bass

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

8
Of This World (Remastered Album Version)
00:03:20

Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Richard Kniss, Bass - Becca Christel, Writer - Janis Carper, Writer - Tracy Spring, Writer

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

9
Some Walls (Remastered Album Version)
00:02:37

Mary Ann Kennedy, Writer - Randy Sharp, Writer - Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Richard Kniss, Bass - Pamela Rose, Writer

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

10
All God's Critters (Remastered Album Version)
00:02:30

Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - Bill Staines, Writer - Richard Kniss, Bass - Patrick Mulligan, ExecutiveProducer - Martha Hertzberg, ExecutiveProducer

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

11
It's Magic (Remastered Album Version)
00:04:06

Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Dave Allen, Writer - Richard Kniss, Bass - TIM BAYS, Writer

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

12
Oh, Had I a Golden Thread (2004 Remaster) (Contains Hidden Track Remastered Album Version)
00:07:08

PETE SEEGER, Writer - Paul Stookey, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Paul Prestopino, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica - Peter Yarrow, Producer, Guitar, Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Richard Kniss, Bass

© 2004 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2003 Warner Records Inc.

Album Description

For their first new album since 1995's Lifelines, veteran folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary haven't changed things around much. Although their voices are a little less angelic (at least in the normal sense), the quavering, breathy vocals carry a kind of earned wisdom that they could only hint at 40 years ago, and it makes the group's delivery of these songs all the more intimate and effective. In These Times has the usual traditional material, including a hard-charging version of "Wayfaring Stranger," a Pete Seeger song (the elegant "Oh, Had I a Golden Thread"), and the group's usual endorsement of new, young songwriters working in the folk vein. The obvious highlight this time around is a song by Boston-based songwriter Thea Hopkins, "Jesus Is on the Wire," which tells the chilling story of the murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard in Wyoming. With sparse, jagged, and highly cinematic lyrics, the song builds the same kind of quiet horror as Billie Holiday's "Strange Fruit," and its matter-of-fact tone, even on the powerful chorus, makes "Jesus Is on the Wire" absolutely unforgettable. In These Times is valuable for that song alone, but fans of Peter, Paul & Mary won't be disappointed in the rest of the tracks here, either. The trio has aged well, and they've done it by not changing much of anything, making this album both reassuring and refreshing.
© Steve Leggett /TiVo

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