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|Peter Paul & Mary|
See What Tomorrow Brings
Genres: Folk, Pop
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: PETER PAUL & MARY Title: SEE WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS Street Release Date: 07/23/1991
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No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: PETER PAUL & MARY
Title: SEE WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS
Street Release Date: 07/23/1991
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"I always felt that this album was the one that matched the authenticity and freshness of their classic 'In the Wind'. It is a very strong album with wonderful versions of 'Early Morning Rain', 'Last Thing on my mind' and 'First Time Ever I saw your face'. In fact, I would say, definitive versions. But there are other outstanding tracks like 'If I were Free', 'Rising of the Moon' and the beautiful 'Hangman'. Some have criticised them for being 'too sugary and 'perfect' but even now, this is a lovely album that stands out from its time."
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Mr. Geoffrey M. Teece | 12/26/1998
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"Peter, Paul and Mary, sweet smoke and tear gas in the afternoon. They bring back memories to all who were there (and can remember). The sound, the voices and the message, however, are timeless. This is PP&M in their prime. Replace your old vinyl or add an new album to your collection."
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Jim's Passion | Virginia | 08/30/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
""See What Tomorrow Brings" is a very satisfying and enjoyable album. I just recently picked it up after renewing my love for their recordings. It may not match the first 3 albums in consistent quality, but there are some excellent performances here. Vocally, they are as haunting as ever, particularly on Because All Men are Brothers, Early Mornin' Rain and the First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (the same song that Roberta Flack would later cover in a fine version). Those tracks are gorgeous, and as in all their work, sung with pure emotion and belief in the song being sung. The album is marred by the inclusion of a few cuts-Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? does not really work, and On A Desert Island is pure filler. The closing track The Last Thing on My Mind is more country than folk.
This album is a worthy addition to the Peter, Paul & Mary catalogue. It is very exciting to know they still felt that they could create their music with just their voices, acoustic guitars and bass. Good listening here."