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Peter, Paul and Mary|The Best of Peter, Paul and Mary: Ten Years Together

The Best of Peter, Paul and Mary: Ten Years Together

Peter, Paul and Mary

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1
Blowin' In The Wind (Best Of Version)
00:02:56

Phil Ramone, Engineer - Dick Kniss, Bass Guitar - Milton Okun, Producer, MusicDirector - Bob Dylan, Writer - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Bill Schwartau, Engineer - Russell Savakus, Bass Guitar - Peter, Paul & Mary, MainArtist - Bil Lee, Bass Guitar

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1963 Warner Records Inc.

2
Too Much of Nothing
00:02:31

Milton Okun, MusicDirector - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Bob Dylan, Writer - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Daniel Armstrong, Bass Guitar - Lou Mauro, Bass Guitar - Ronald Prokop, Drums

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1968 Warner Records Inc.

3
Lemon Tree (LP Version)
00:02:58

Will Holt, Writer - Milton Okun, MusicDirector - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Bill Schwartau, RecordingEngineer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1962 Warner Records Inc.

4
Stewball (Best Of Version)
00:03:10

Phil Ramone, Engineer - Dick Kniss, Bass Guitar - Okun, Writer - Milton Okun, Producer, MusicDirector - John Herald, Writer - Robert Yellin, Writer - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals, Writer - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals, Writer - Bill Schwartau, Engineer - MEZZETTI, Writer - Ralph Rinzier, Writer - Russell Savakus, Bass Guitar - Bil Lee, Bass Guitar

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1963 Warner Records Inc.

5
Early Mornin' Rain (LP Version)
00:03:08

Gordon Lightfoot, Writer - Milton Okun, MusicDirector - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Harry Yarmark, RecordingEngineer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1965 Warner Records Inc.

6
500 Miles (Best Of Version)
00:02:48

Milton Okun, Musical Director - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Hedy West, Writer - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Bill Schwartau, RecordingEngineer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1962 Warner Records Inc.

7
I Dig Rock and Roll Music (LP Version)
00:02:32

Adam Mitchell, Guitar - Phil Ramone, RecordingEngineer - Milton Okun, Producer - Skip Prokop, Drums - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals, Writer - James Mason, Writer - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - David Dixon, Writer - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Don Hahn, AssistantEngineer - Denny Gerrard, Bass Guitar - Chuck Beale, Guitar

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1967 Warner Records Inc.

8
Leaving on a Jet Plane (LP Version)
00:03:27

Phil Ramone, RecordingEngineer - Milton Okun, Producer - Harvey Brooks, Bass Guitar - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - John Denver, Writer - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Don Hahn, AssistantEngineer - Russ Savakus, Bass Guitar - Howard Collins, Guitar - Peter, Paul & Mary, MainArtist - Morris Wechslier, Piano

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1967 Warner Records Inc.

9
Puff, the Magic Dragon (LP Version)
00:03:27

Milton Okun, MusicDirector - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Leonard Lipton, Writer - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals, Writer - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Bill Schwartau, RecordingEngineer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1962 Warner Records Inc.

10
For Lovin' Me (LP Version)
00:02:08

Gordon Lightfoot, Writer - Milton Okun, MusicDirector - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1965 Warner Records Inc.

11
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
00:03:16

Milton Okun, MusicDirector - Bob Dylan, Writer - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Bill Schwartau, RecordingEngineer - Edgar DeHaas, Bass Guitar

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1963 Warner Records Inc.

12
If I Had A Hammer (Best Of Version)
00:02:12

Milton Okun, MusicDirector - PETE SEEGER, Writer - Lee Hays, Writer - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Bill Schwartau, RecordingEngineer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1962 Warner Records Inc.

13
Day Is Done (Best Of Version)
00:03:29

Phil Ramone, Engineer - Dick Kniss, Bass Guitar - Milton Okun, Producer, MusicDirector - Paul Stookey, Guitar, Additional Vocals - Peter Yarrow, Guitar, Additional Vocals, Writer - Peter, Paul and Mary, MainArtist - ALBERT B. GROSSMAN, Producer - MARY TRAVERS, Vocals - Bill Schwartau, Engineer - Russell Savakus, Bass Guitar - Bil Lee, Bass Guitar

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1969 Warner Records Inc.

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