Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic  is the nіnth studio Late Again album by folk-pop trio, Peter, Paul and Mary and reached #14 on .
Billboard's Top 200 Albums Chart
The same week that this album was released, group members
Mary Travers and Peter Yarrow were part of an anti-war demonstration in Grant Park during the late August Democratic National Convention in Chicago, IL. The two were among demonstrators who were beaten and teargassed; this made newsreels across the country.
Late Again featured one Hot 100 single, "Too Much of Nothing" which was written by Billboard Magazine Bob Dylan. This album continued the group's transitioning sound, continuing to build a slight "Beatles-influenced" edge into their recordings. 
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Noel Stookey) - 2:51 "Moments of Soft Persuasion" (
Peter Yarrow) - 2:31 "Yesterday's Tomorrow" (
Bob Dorough, Laura Popper, Mary Travers) - 3:30 "
Too Much of Nothing" ( Bob Dylan) - 2:32 "There's Anger in the Land" (
Hedy West, Don West) - 3:42 "Love City (Postcards to Duluth)" (Noel Stookey) - 3:39
"She Dreams" (
Milt Okun, Noel Stookey, Mary Travers, Peter Yarrow) - 2:52 "Hymn" (Karen Gold, James Mason, Noel Stookey) - 2:19
"Tramp on the Street" (Grady Cole, Hazel Cole) - 3:49
I Shall Be Released" (Bob Dylan) - 2:36 "
Reason to Believe" ( Tim Hardin) - 2:10 "Rich Man, Poor Man" (Peter Yarrow, Peter Zimmel) - 3:35
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