Late Again

Late Again is the nіnth studio album by folk-pop trio, Peter, Paul and Mary and reached #14 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums Chart.

Late Again
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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 1968
Recorded1968
GenreFolk, pop
Length37:05
LabelWarner Bros.-Seven Arts
ProducerAlbert Grossman, Milt Okun
Peter, Paul & Mary chronology
Album 1700
(1967)
Late Again
(1968)
Peter, Paul and Mommy
(1969)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

The same week that this album was released, group members Mary Travers and Peter Yarrow were part of an anti-war demonstration in Grant Park during the late August Democratic National Convention in Chicago, IL. The two were among demonstrators who were beaten and teargassed; this made newsreels across the country.[2]

Late Again featured one Billboard Magazine Hot 100 single, "Too Much of Nothing" which was written by Bob Dylan.[3] This album continued the group's transitioning sound, continuing to build a slight "Beatles-influenced" edge into their recordings.[4]

Track listingEdit

  1. "Apologize" (Noel Stookey) - 2:51
  2. "Moments of Soft Persuasion" (Peter Yarrow) - 2:31
  3. "Yesterday's Tomorrow" (Bob Dorough, Laura Popper, Mary Travers) - 3:30
  4. "Too Much of Nothing" (Bob Dylan) - 2:32
  5. "There's Anger in the Land" (Hedy West, Don West) - 3:42
  6. "Love City (Postcards to Duluth)" (Noel Stookey) - 3:39
  7. "She Dreams" (Milt Okun, Noel Stookey, Mary Travers, Peter Yarrow) - 2:52
  8. "Hymn" (Karen Gold, James Mason, Noel Stookey) - 2:19
  9. "Tramp on the Street" (Grady Cole, Hazel Cole) - 3:49
  10. "I Shall Be Released" (Bob Dylan) - 2:36
  11. "Reason to Believe" (Tim Hardin) - 2:10
  12. "Rich Man, Poor Man" (Peter Yarrow, Peter Zimmel) - 3:35

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ PP&M Official Site-history http://www.peterpaulandmary.com/history/f-ruhlmann3.htm
  3. ^ Whitburn, Joel. The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits. 8th ed. Minneapolis: Watson-Guptill Publications, Incorporated, 2004. p488
  4. ^ PP&M Official Site-history http://www.peterpaulandmary.com/history/f-ruhlmann3.htm