High Five: Peter, Paul and Mommy by Peter, Paul and Mary

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

We're going back in time to celebrate a definitive kids' classic – Peter, Paul and Mommy by folk music legends Peter Paul and Mary. 

Released in 1969, Peter Paul and Mommy showcases a more whimsical time when children’s songs were designed to soothe, inspire and amuse, like the classic 'Mockingbird', Shel Silverstein's quirky 'Boa Constrictor' and their eternally enchanting song about 'Puff the Magic Dragon'.

Listen out for our favourite songs from Peter Paul and Mommy by Peter Paul and Mary – our High Five Feature album all this week.

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