Vinyl Lovers reissues Peter, Paul and Mary's second album Moving, which was originally issued by Warner Bros. in 1963. The album got off to a slow start but it found its way to No. 2 on the charts and a 99-week run with help from "Puff, The Magic Dragon," a song that Peter Yarrow had written in college. The single rose to No. 2 that spring and became one of the most beloved children's tunes of all time. Having expended some of their best material on their debut, the trio reached further for songs here, including Paul Stookey's "Big Boat" and Mike Settle's "Settle Down (Goin' Down That Highway)," neither of which clicked as singles, despite rousing vocals on both and some distinctive guitar virtuosity on the former. Other album highlights include the haunting "Pretty Mary," the beautiful "Flora," the startlingly intricate "A Soalin'," and the Woody Guthrie number "This Land Is Your Land." In addition to the original album, this collector's LP includes two bonus tracks from the same period: "Autumn to May" and a bracing live re-interpretation for three interwoven voices of Reverend Gary Davis' original "If I Had My Way" (which is even better than the group's studio recording of the same song).