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Barnes & Noble - Steve Futterman
With mellifluous harmonies, an imaginative blend of male and female voices, infectious energy, and a superior taste in repertoire, Peter, Paul & Mary brought folk music to broad popular attention in a way that no other artists ever had. With such early signature songs as “Lemon Tree,” “If I Had a Hammer,” “Puff the Magic Dragon,” “Where Have All the Flowers Gone,” and, of course, Bob Dylan’s “Blowin' in the Wind,” P. P. & M. gave popular voice to the burgeoning folk music scene of the 1960s. Massively acclaimed during the early days of the decade, the trio continued to have success with later hits including “I Dig Rock & Roll Music” and “Day Is Done,” ...
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Barnes & Noble - Steve Futterman
With mellifluous harmonies, an imaginative blend of male and female voices, infectious energy, and a superior taste in repertoire, Peter, Paul & Mary brought folk music to broad popular attention in a way that no other artists ever had. With such early signature songs as “Lemon Tree,” “If I Had a Hammer,” “Puff the Magic Dragon,” “Where Have All the Flowers Gone,” and, of course, Bob Dylan’s “Blowin' in the Wind,” P. P. & M. gave popular voice to the burgeoning folk music scene of the 1960s. Massively acclaimed during the early days of the decade, the trio continued to have success with later hits including “I Dig Rock & Roll Music” and “Day Is Done,” while their albums, including the children’s collection Peter, Paul and Mommy, went on to become perennial classics. This four-disc plus bonus DVD collection provides a comprehensive picture of the pioneering ensemble that is designed to please both devoted fans and first-time listeners. All the best-loved performances are accounted for, as well as a multitude of live cuts and rarities. Here’s the place to turn for the real artistry and sheer pleasure of the folk music boom that A Mighty Wind didn’t catch.
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The seminal trio Peter, Paul & Mary lie in the upper echelons of folk music's dynasty, and this definitive box set -- spanning the years 1960-2003 and containing four CDs plus an exclusive DVD -- captures the essence of their intertwining voices, topical songs, and poetic sensibility. At the heart of the set are 80 remastered audio recordings, spanning the trio's career and including previously unreleased solo performances by each member made prior to the group's formation -- plus a home recording of "Canaan Land," recorded before they signed with Warner Bros. Records. Presented chronologically, the material ranges from traditional ballads like "The Three Ravens" and "Take Off Your Old Coat" to the work of such latter-day poets as Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Laura Nyro, Gordon Lightfoot, Tom Paxton, Phil Ochs, and John Denver, as well as songs penned by the group itself. All the classics -- indelible, important songs like "Blowin' in the Wind," "If I Had a Hammer," "Cruel War," "Leaving on a Jet Plane," "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," "500 Miles," "Lemon Tree," "In the Early Morning Rain," "All My Trials," and "Puff (The Magic Dragon)" -- are included, of course, but there's much more to be found in this time capsule encompassing nearly a half century of consistently moving, inspiring, and purposeful music.

Highlights of the eight-track bonus DVD include live performances of "If I Had a Hammer" from the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech; "Leaving on a Jet Plane," sung by PP&M and John Denver, the song's author, in 1970; "The Great Mandala (The Wheel of Life)" from their 1970 documentary The Song Is Love; and "Jane Jane" from The Andy Williams Show. The set's exclusive booklet features a lengthy history and musical commentary from Barry Alfonso; essays from Pulitzer Prize–winning political writer David Halberstam and Ronnie Gilbert of the Weavers; and a moving story by 1968 presidential candidate Senator Eugene McCarthy. Also included are captivating archival photos, detailed track notes, and testimonials from friends and colleagues such as Pete Seeger, Harry Belafonte, Bill Cosby, Walter Cronkite, Judy Collins, Senator John F. Kerry, Tom Smothers, Gloria Steinem, and Studs Terkel, as well as Dr. King's widow, Coretta Scott King, who proclaims, "Peter, Paul & Mary are not only three of the greatest folk artists ever, but also three of the performing arts' most outstanding champions of social justice and peace. They have lent their time and talents to the Civil Rights Movement, labor struggles, and countless campaigns for human rights for decades, and their compassion and commitment remain as strong as their extraordinary artistry." Not unexpectedly, Ms. King says it all.

All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
Peter, Paul & Mary's multi-decade career is for the most part well summarized, and certainly extremely well packaged, on this four-CD, 90-track box set. As with many such boxes, there's too much on here if you're not a devoted fan, and too much in particular from their post-early-'70s recordings, which take up all of disc four. But it does, of course, have all of their '60s hits, along with many of their better album tracks. Not all of those album tracks are good, but at the very least these show their willingness to take on an extraordinarily wide range of material, from traditional folk songs and children's tunes to covers of emerging songwriters like Bob Dylan, Fred Neil, Laura Nyro, John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, and Tom Paxton, sometimes venturing into soft folk-rock. You could, in fact, make something of a secondary greatest-hits CD from the best of those tracks that would be almost as good as their actual greatest-hits CD, some of those standout songs being Nyro's "And When I Die" released in mid-1966, when Nyro was virtually unknown, "Early in the Morning," "500 Miles," "The Song Is Love," Rev. Gary Davis' "If I Had My Way," Pete Seeger's "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," "Because All Men Are Brothers" recorded with Dave Brubeck, and Ewan MacColl's "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face." Others, unfortunately, are only likely to be appreciated by completists, like Noel Paul Stookey's long comedy routine "Paultalk." As far as the kind of rarities routinely thrown on box sets to entice collectors, there are a fair number, most of them worth hearing, though none of them are among their more essential work. These include a previously unreleased cover of Dylan's "When the Ship Comes In," from the 1965 Newport Folk Festival; a previously unissued version of the traditional tune "Come and Go With Me," recorded live at the White House in 1964; a single-only 1966 version of "The Cruel War," with strings; "Il Faut Qu'il Vienne le Temps If I Were Free," from a French EP; the single version of "Hurry Sundown," minus the horn overdubs of the LP version; three tracks from a 1967 Japanese live album; the live single version of "Day Is Done"; and a few early-'70s solo cuts by Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey, and Mary Travers, the standout among these being Travers' orchestrated art song-ish "Conscientious Objector I Shall Die." There are also four bonus tracks -- placed, annoyingly, as songs that precede the official first songs of each CD, meaning you have to go to the beginning of song one and press the reverse button to access them -- predating the trio's recording deal. None of these are that good, but they have considerable historical interest, including a 1960 audition tape of Travers doing "Single Girl" to be re-recorded by Peter, Paul & Mary on In Concert a few years later; Yarrow doing "Buddy, Can You Spare a Dime?" live in 1958; Noel Stookey & the Corsairs on their 1956 single "Goodbye Baby," where it sounds like they can't decide whether they're playing rock & roll or jazz; and a 1960 tape of Peter, Paul & Mary singing "Canaan Land," recorded at Stookey's apartment. The biggest extra, though, is a bonus DVD disc included with the box, featuring eight songs from various phases of their career. The first five of those clips, spanning 1963-1970, are quite good, including the group singing "If I Had a Hammer" during their famous appearance at the 1963 March on Washington; a 1966 TV clip of "Jane, Jane"; a vibrant 1969 rendition of "If I Had My Way," from The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour; and a 1969 broadcast of "Leaving on a Jet Plane," on which they're joined by the song's author, John Denver. The three other DVD clips, spanning 1986-2002, are unfortunately not nearly as fun. The 86-page bound-in booklet is mighty impressive too, jam-packed with vintage photos, historical essays, and appreciative tributes from numerous celebrities, from John Kerry and Bill Cosby to Studs Terkel and Coretta Scott King.

Peter, Paul & Mary's multi-decade career is for the most part well summarized, and certainly extremely well packaged, on this four-CD, 90-track box set. As with many such boxes, there's too much on here if you're not a devoted fan, and too much in particular from their post-early-'70s recordings, which take up all of disc four. But it does, of course, have all of their '60s hits, along with many of their better album tracks. Not all of those album tracks are good, but at the very least these show their willingness to take on an extraordinarily wide range of material, from traditional folk songs and children's tunes to covers of emerging songwriters like Bob Dylan, Fred Neil, Laura Nyro, John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, and Tom Paxton, sometimes venturing into soft folk-rock. You could, in fact, make something of a secondary greatest-hits CD from the best of those tracks that would be almost as good as their actual greatest-hits CD, some of those standout songs being Nyro's "And When I Die" released in mid-1966, when Nyro was virtually unknown, "Early in the Morning," "500 Miles," "The Song Is Love," Rev. Gary Davis' "If I Had My Way," Pete Seeger's "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," "Because All Men Are Brothers" recorded with Dave Brubeck, and Ewan MacColl's "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face." Others, unfortunately, are only likely to be appreciated by completists, like Noel Paul Stookey's long comedy routine "Paultalk." As far as the kind of rarities routinely thrown on box sets to entice collectors, there are a fair number, most of them worth hearing, though none of them are among their more essential work. These include a previously unreleased cover of Dylan's "When the Ship Comes In," from the 1965 Newport Folk Festival; a previously unissued version of the traditional tune "Come and Go With Me," recorded live at the White House in 1964; a single-only 1966 version of "The Cruel War," with strings; "Il Faut Qu'il Vienne le Temps If I Were Free," from a French EP; the single version of "Hurry Sundown," minus the horn overdubs of the LP version; three tracks from a 1967 Japanese live album; the live single version of "Day Is Done"; and a few early-'70s solo cuts by Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey, and Mary Travers, the standout among these being Travers' orchestrated art song-ish "Conscientious Objector I Shall Die." There are also four bonus tracks -- placed, annoyingly, as songs that precede the official first songs of each CD, meaning you have to go to the beginning of song one and press the reverse button to access them -- predating the trio's recording deal. None of these are that good, but they have considerable historical interest, including a 1960 audition tape of Travers doing "Single Girl" to be re-recorded by Peter, Paul & Mary on In Concert a few years later; Yarrow doing "Buddy, Can You Spare a Dime?" live in 1958; Noel Stookey & the Corsairs on their 1956 single "Goodbye Baby," where it sounds like they can't decide whether they're playing rock & roll or jazz; and a 1960 tape of Peter, Paul & Mary singing "Canaan Land," recorded at Stookey's apartment. The biggest extra, though, is a bonus DVD disc included with the box, featuring eight songs from various phases of their career. The first five of those clips, spanning 1963-1970, are quite good, including the group singing "If I Had a Hammer" during their famous appearance at the 1963 March on Washington; a 1966 TV clip of "Jane, Jane"; a vibrant 1969 rendition of "If I Had My Way," from The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour; and a 1969 broadcast of "Leaving on a Jet Plane," on which they're joined by the song's author, John Denver. The three other DVD clips, spanning 1986-2002, are unfortunately not nearly as fun. The 86-page bound-in booklet is mighty impressive too, jam-packed with vintage photos, historical essays, and appreciative tributes from numerous celebrities, from John Kerry and Bill Cosby to Studs Terkel and Coretta Scott King.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/24/2004
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227390723
  • Catalog Number: 73907
  • Sales rank: 35,582

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Buddy, Can You Spare A Dime - Peter Yarrow
  2. 2 Early In The Morning
  3. 3 500 Miles
  4. 4 Lemon Tree
  5. 5 If I Had A Hammer
  6. 6 It's Raining
  7. 7 If I Had My Way
  8. 8 Autumn To May
  9. 9 Where Have All The Flowers Gone
  10. 10 Puff, The Magic Dragon
  11. 11 This Land Is Your Land
  12. 12 Gone The Rainbow
  13. 13 Flora
  14. 14 Old Coat
  15. 15 A'Soalin'
  16. 16 Blowin' In The Wind
  17. 17 Polly Von
  18. 18 Stewball
  19. 19 All My Trial
  20. 20 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
  21. 21 Freight Train
  22. 22 Paultalk (Live)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Goodbye Baby - Noel Stookey & The Corsairs
  2. 2 The Times They Are A Changin' (Live)
  3. 3 Three Ravens (Live)
  4. 4 Blue (Live)
  5. 5 Oh, Rock My Soul (Live)
  6. 6 When The Ship Comes In (Live)
  7. 7 Come And Go With Me (Live)
  8. 8 For Lovin'Me
  9. 9 Jimmy Whalen
  10. 10 Gilgarra Mountain
  11. 11 Wasn't That A Time
  12. 12 Monday Morning
  13. 13 San Francisco Bay Blues
  14. 14 Early Mornin' Rain
  15. 15 The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
  16. 16 The Last Thing On My Mind
  17. 17 The Cruel War (2nd Single Version)
  18. 18 Il Faut Qu'il Vienne Le Temps (If I Were Free)
  19. 19 And When I Die
  20. 20 20. Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
  21. 21 21. For Baby (For Bobbie)
  22. 22 22. Hurry Sundown (Single Version)
  23. 23 23. Mon Vrai Destin
  24. 24 24. Well, Well, Well
Disc 3
  1. 1 Single Girl - Mary Travers
  2. 2 The Other Side Of This Life (Live)
  3. 3 Sometime Lovin' (Live)
  4. 4 The Good Times We Had (Live)
  5. 5 Leaving On A Jet Plane
  6. 6 No Other Name
  7. 7 The House Song
  8. 8 The Great Mandella (The Wheel Of Life)
  9. 9 I Dig Rock & Roll Music
  10. 10 The Song Is Love
  11. 11 Too Much On Nothing
  12. 12 Moments Of Sort Persuasion
  13. 13 Hymn
  14. 14 Day Is Done (Live/Single Version)
  15. 15 The Marvelous Toy
  16. 16 Leatherwing Bat
  17. 17 I Have A Song To Sing, O!
  18. 18 Going To The Zoo
  19. 19 Because All Men Are Brothers - with Dave Brubeck
  20. 20 Follow Me - Mary Tarvers
  21. 21 Wedding Song (There Is Love) - Noel Paul Stookey
  22. 22 Coscientious Objector (I Shall Die) - Mary Travers
  23. 23 Weave Me The Sunshine - Peter Yarrow
  24. 24 By Surprise
Disc 4
  1. 1 Canaan Land
  2. 2 Such Is Love (Live)
  3. 3 There But For Fortune (Live)
  4. 4 Wild Places (For Caloola) (Live)
  5. 5 Right Field
  6. 6 No Easy Walk To Freedom
  7. 7 Greenland Whale Fisheries
  8. 8 El Salvador
  9. 9 Greenwood
  10. 10 Children Go Where I Send Thee (Live)
  11. 11 Light One Candle (Live)
  12. 12 All Mixed Up
  13. 13 It Ain't Me Babe
  14. 14 Pastures Of Plenty (Live)
  15. 15 The Fox (Live)
  16. 16 Garden Song (Live)
  17. 17 The Kid
  18. 18 Mi Caballo (Live)
  19. 19 It's Magic
  20. 20 Don't Laugh At Me
Disc 5
  1. 1 If I Had A Hammer (Civil Rights March On Washington, 1963)
  2. 2 Jane, Jane (The Andy Williams Show, 1966)
  3. 3 If I Had My Way (The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, 1969)
  4. 4 Leaving On A Jet Plane - with John Denver (Something To Sing About, 1969)
  5. 5 The Great Mandella (The Wheel Of Live) (The Song Is Love, 1970)
  6. 6 No Easy Walk To Freedom (Promotional Video, 1986)
  7. 7 Babylon/On Sinner Man (LifeLines Sessions, 1994)
  8. 8 Have You Been To Jail For Justice? (Rehearsal Reference, 2003)
  9. 9 Interviews (1996)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Peter, Paul and Mary Primary Artist
Michael Bloomfield Guitar
Paul Butterfield Harmonica
Seamus Egan Penny Whistle
Mick Moloney Mandolin
Elvin Bishop Guitar
John Denver Guitar
Al Kooper Organ
Dave Brubeck Piano
Herbie Hancock Keyboards
Andy Narell Steel Drums
Marvin Stamm Trumpet
Jay Berliner Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
David Buskin Guitar
Eric Weissberg Banjo
Peter Yarrow Guitar
Alan Dawson Drums
Sue Evans Percussion
Dominic Cortese Accordion
Carlos Alomar Electric Guitar
Dan Armstrong Horn
Robert Banks Organ
Robin Batteau Violin
Bashiri Johnson Percussion
John Beal Bass, Group Member
Gene Bertoncini Guitar, Group Member
Maurice Bialkin Cello
Kenneth Bichel Synthesizer, Keyboards
Richard Bock Cello, Group Member
Bob Boucher Bass
Harvey Brooks Bass
Howard Collins Guitar
Sal DiTroia Guitar
Monte Dunn Guitar
David Finck Bass
Irwin Fisch Keyboards
Steve Gadd Drums
Russell George Bass
Paul Griffin Piano
Ernie Hayes Keyboards
Karl Herreshoff Guitar, Group Member
Lee Holdridge Conductor
Anthony Jackson Electric Bass
Doug Katsaros Keyboards, Synthesizer Flute
Richard Kniss Bass, Acoustic Bass
Bruce Langhorne Guitar
Will Lee Bass
Bill Lee Bass
Jay Leonhart Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass
Tony Levin Bass
Herb Lovelle Drums
Hugh McCracken Electric Guitar
Charles McCracken Cello
Adam Mitchell Guitar, Group Member
Wayne Moss Guitar
Chris Parker Drums
Dean Parks Guitar
Lenny Pickett Horn
Paul Prestopino Banjo, Guitar
Skip Prokop Drums
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie Drums
Walter Raim Guitar
George Ricci Cello
Luther Rix Drums
Hargus "Pig" Robbins Keyboards
Albertine Robinson Vocals
Margaret Ross Harp
David Rubinson Percussion
Russ Savakus Bass
Virgil Scott Alto Flute, Group Member
Jack Six Bass
Maurice Smith Flute
Maretha Stewart Vocals
Noel Paul Stookey Guitar
Luther Tucker Guitar
Ed Walsh Keyboards
Toni Wine Vocals
Lori Cole Concertina
Anthony MacDonald Percussion
Charlie McCoy Harmonica
New York Choral Society Vocals
Jerry Graff Vocal Director
Lou Mauro Bass
Ruth Ben-Zvi Marimbas, Darbouka, Group Member
Gene Murrow English Horn, Group Member
Morris Wechsler Piano
Paul Winter Consort Saxophone, Group, Group Member
Robby Coffin Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Joan Litman Choir Director
The Village Light Opera Group Vocals
Little Red School House Chorus Vocals
Stu Scharff Guitar
David Brian Brown Acoustic Guitar
Chuck Beale Guitar, Group Member
Edgar DeHaas Bass
Doug Ewing Bass
Tom Halsted Drums
Mustard Seed School Vocals
Denny Gerrard Bass
Bob Zimmitti Percussion
Technical Credits
Bill Cosby Liner Notes
Jesse Fuller Composer
Ewan MacColl Composer
Arthur Sullivan Composer
Theodore Bikel Liner Notes
Hamilton Camp Composer
Judy Collins Liner Notes
Elizabeth Cotten Composer
Bob Gibson Composer
Arlo Guthrie Liner Notes
Woody Guthrie Composer
Gordon Lightfoot Composer
David Mallett Composer
Buddy Mondlock Composer
Fred Neil Composer
Phil Ochs Composer
Tom Paxton Composer, Liner Notes
Peter, Paul and Mary Producer
Pete Seeger Composer
John Denver Composer
Bob Dylan Composer
Laura Nyro Composer
Brooks Arthur Engineer
Earl Robinson Composer
Len Chandler Arranger, Adaptation
Gary Shearston Composer
Mary Travers Arranger, Composer, Adaptation
Peter Yarrow Arranger, Composer, Producer, String Arrangements, Adaptation
Will Holt Composer
Karen Gold Composer
Travis Edmonson Composer
Tom Glazer Composer
Robert DeCormier Composer, Producer, Musical Director
Ossie Davis Liner Notes
Anne Feeney Composer
Mary Katherine Aldin Memorabilia
Larry Alexander Engineer
Kenneth Bichel Musical Director
Jim Boyer Producer, Engineer
Hugh Brown Art Direction
Fred Catero Engineer
Guy Charbonneau Engineer
John Court Producer
Robin Danar Engineer
Rev. Gary Davis Composer
Chris Dedrick Arranger
Lowell Frank Engineer
Ronnie Gilbert Composer, Liner Notes
Lou Gonzalez Engineer
Albert B. Grossman Composer, Producer
Don Hahn Engineer
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg Composer
Lee Hays Composer
Fred Hellerman Composer
Roy Hendrickson Engineer
John Herald Composer
Dan Hersch Remastering
Lee Holdridge Arranger, Composer
Bill Inglot Producer, Remastering
Butch Jones Engineer
Richard Kniss Composer
Harold Leventhal Liner Notes, Memorabilia
Leonard Lipton Composer
Jim Mason Producer
John McClure Producer, Engineer
Eddie Mottau Producer
Nursery School Contributor
Milton Okun Arranger, Composer, Producer, Adaptation, Musical Director
John Patterson Engineer
Russ Payne Engineer
Gary Peterson Discographical Annotation
Malcolm Pollack Engineer
Phil Ramone Producer, Engineer
Ralph Rinzler Composer
David Rubinson Producer
Bill Schwartau Engineer
Allen Shamblin Composer
Tom Smothers Liner Notes
Noel Paul Stookey Arranger, Composer, Producer, Adaptation
Tom Swift Engineer
Hedy West Composer
Shelly Yakus Engineer
Harry Yarmark Engineer
Bob Yellin Composer
Stu Davis Archival Assistant
Dave Dixon Composer
Sir William Schwenk Gilbert Composer
David Halberstam Liner Notes
Elaine Sutherland Composer
Barry Alfonso Liner Notes
Eugene McCarthy Liner Notes
Patrick Milligan Producer
Martha Hertzberg Liner Notes, Executive Producer
Artie Kaplan Orchestral Manager
Pat Sweeting Engineer
Maria Villar Art Direction
Mark Zampella Engineer
Ken Fritz Executive Producer
Gloria Steinem Liner Notes
Steve Woolard Discographical Annotation
Dave Tkachuk Sound Design
Hugues Aufray translation
Cliff Bonnell Engineer
Jay Gorney Composer
Margery Tabankin Composer, Liner Notes
Tim Bays Composer
David Altschul Liner Notes
Walter Cronkite Liner Notes
William A. Welch Composer
Peter Campbell Composer
Petter Dahlstrom Engineer
Tim Scanlin Liner Note Coordination
James Mason Composer
Steve Seskin Composer
Robert Bannard Composer
John Kerry Liner Notes
Shelley Belusar Tour Manager
Joyce Hall Archival Assistant
Will Juhans III Engineer
Tracy Batteast Arranger, Adaptation
William Sloane Coffin Liner Notes
Sally Farr Archival Assistant
John Daly Goodwin Director
Louis Gossett Jr. Liner Notes
Paul Kehoe Archival Assistant
David LaPlante Archival Assistant
Elena Mezzetti Arranger, Composer, Adaptation
Dave Allen Composer
Joel Newman Composer
Jim Wallis Composer
Arturo Rodriguez Liner Notes
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    A wonderful box set

    I love this box set. It obvious features a few songs from each of their albums but what I like about it is that it features live recordings of songs that were originally recorded in studio. I love the bonus DVD because it shows a younger version of Peter, Paul and Mary. I hope that this review was helpful to anyone who reads it.

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