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Peter Paul & Mary – Puff the Magic Dragon

PLEASE NOTE: I upload my shared between several channels bookmark this link into your browser instant access to an index of links to all John1948's Oldies Classics. LINK: http://www.geocities.com was – Peter, Paul and Mary, a popular singing group led by manager Albert Grossman, who we were on a "form of folk-pop supergroup" gal from a tall blonde, made a good-looking guy and a joker . Her first appearance was in 1961 in New York's Bitter End coffee house, which was verywell received. Within a year, Peter, Paul and Mary made her debut (self-titled) album with Pete Seeger songs like "If I Had a Hammer released" and "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" By 1963, the Group had three albums, including one of her biggest hits made, "Puff the Magic Dragon". They occurred in 1963 March on Washington (where Martin Luther King, Jr., made his famous I Have a Dream speech. The recording of Bob Dylan's "Blowin in the Wind" was the fastest selling record everreleased by Warner Brothers Records, and landed the trio at the head of the civil rights movement and peace movement. By 1970, however, the group had broken up so that members could pursue their own solo career to. They have since reunited several times for select concert dates. Mary Travers was diagnosed with leukemia in 2005, and received a bone marrow transplant in the fall of that year. Peter, Paul and Mary continued their reunion tour in the fall of 2005, and now continue to tour.folkmusic.about.com

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May 2, 2010 - Posted by | Mary Travers Videos |

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