Peter, Paul, & Mary were early superstars of the folk-pop genre. Their smooth harmonizing and great singing voices allowed them to popularize songs by a number of excellent folk songwriters such as, in this case, Bob Dylan. They basically kicked off Dylan’s career — he’d been singing in New York folk clubs, but nobody outside of that realm had heard of him until PP&M started covering his songs.
This is “Blowin’ in the Wind”. And the answer is… well, infinity, apparently.
- Badtux the Music Penguin