If you only buy one Peter, Paul and Mary album, this would be the one. It's their most famous album, it captures an era. It has liner notes written by Bob Dylan, it has three songs written by Dylan, "Quit Your Lowdown Ways", "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" and "Blowin' In The Wind". Even Dylan will tell you that these songs as recorded by P, P & M made him a household name. This album has songs that were covered by British Invasion groups like the Hollies and the Searchers. Everyone had this back then, even my parents, it was a smash hit. Everybody liked it, kids, teens, parents, everyone. The sound quality of this recording is the best of any of their albums, it's "standing in the room with them" quality. They knew what they were doing when they prepared this album for LP release over 5o years ago. It was just after the March On Washington and P, P &M were news. BLOWIN' IN THE WIND had been a big hit and DON'T THINK TWICE was top 10 so when this album was mixed for stereo on September 12, 1963 by Bill Schwartau ( with help from Peter Yarrow), it was already pre-sold for a half a million pieces, unheard of for Warner Bros. Records at the time. September 1963 was also the date for another milestone for WB Records. That was the contract date that Frank Sinatra's Reprise Records went under the arm of WB. The amazing success of P, P & M was directly responsible for that as well. This spent almost 2 YEARS on the Billboard album charts, hitting number one in November 1963 and sticking around the charts until the end of 1965! So when this comes out on Audio Fidelity next year, grab a copy, you won't be disappointed. The sound of this recording is going to knock your socks off, no matter what stereo system you play it back on. The CD section will amaze you, the DSD section will amaze you more. My old stereo LP has something that no other has, Dylan's autograph on the back. He wouldn't sign anything for anybody but I showed him what I wanted him to sign and when he saw it, his face lit up (rare for him) and he signed his name (right over his liner notes on the back). I will cherish my original LP of "In The Wind" for that reason but the SACD is what I will play. AF doesn't like me talking about an upcoming release so early (people seem to want it NOW, heh) but I want you to make a note in 2013 to pick this one up in 2014. You will not be disappointed with it.