"With her long, flowing, blonde hair, and crystal-clear soprano vocals, Mary Travers was a major influence on the folk music of the 1960s and early '70s. A founding member of Peter, Paul and Mary, Travers not only became one of the most commercially successful folk performers, but used her position to become an inspirational political spokesperson.
When Peter, Paul and Mary split to pursue solo careers in the early '70s, Mary Travers was the first out of the gate with Mary, issued in early 1971. [S]he wrote just a little material (co-writing two songs) on this LP, which in broad terms saw her cast as an interpreter of songs by contemporary songwriters with a touch of arty orchestration, somewhat in the mold of records of the period by fellow veteran folk boom vets Judy Collins and (to a lesser degree) Joan Baez." (All Music Guide review)
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