Peter, Paul and Mary
Performing as Paul
in the Peter, Paul and Mary trio, he participated in one of the best-known ensembles of the 1960s phase of the American folk music revival, and included some of his solo songs and extended monologues in their performances and recordings.
In addition to his recordings with the trio, he released a number of solo works, several albums with the ensemble Bodyworks, and some anthologies. He was an important artist in the young Jesus music movement, which would later bloom into the Christian music industry, although his generally liberal political views distinguish him from many such artists.
In 1986, Stookey teamed up with Jim Newton, Paul G. Hill, and Denny Bouchard at Celebration Shop in Texas. The company, now known as Hugworks, uses original musical compositions as music therapy to address the special needs of children. The company has produced three award-winning children's CDs used in hospitals, medical camps and homes across the country.
After Peter, Paul and Mary
Paul performed as a member of Peter, Paul and Mary until the death of Mary in September 2009. His work after Peter, Paul and Mary has emphasized his Christian faith, family life and social concerns. He remains active in the music industry, performing as a solo act, and also performing occasionally with Peter Yarrow.
In January 2011, Stookey participated in several events at Dartmouth College that celebrated the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., including "Music for Social Change with Noel Paul Stookey and Company."
Stookey's best-known composition is "The Wedding Song (There Is Love)", that charted in 1971 and remains popular for performance during wedding services. He wrote the song as a wedding gift for Peter Yarrow
, and refused to perform it for the public until Yarrow requested it at a concert where his wife was present. Stookey assigned the copyright of this song to the Public Domain Foundation.
He also has production credits on albums by several lesser-known singer-songwriters, including Dave Mallett and Gordon Bok. He was the founder of the Neworld Multimedia record label.
- Billboard (United States)
| Release|| Single|| Chart|| Position|| Chart|| Position|
July 31, 1971
| "The Wedding Song (There Is Love)"|| Pop Singles|| 24|| Adult Contemporary|| 3|
| Year||Title||Record Label|
| 2017|| Summerfallwinterspring (four-song EP)|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2015|| At Home: The Maine Tour|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2012|| The Cabin Fever Waltz (EP with the Bangor Symphony Orchestra)|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2012|| One & Many|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2012|| Cue the Moon (digital download EP)|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2012|| Capricious Bird (digital download EP)|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2012|| One Voice and One Guitar (digital download EP)|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2007|| Facets|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2004|| Virtual Party|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2002|| Circuit Rider (A Noel Paul Stookey / Bodyworks compilation)|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 2001|| There Is Love (A Holiday Music Celebration) with Michael Kelly Blanchard|| Neworld Multimedia|
| 1990|| In Love Beyond Our Lives (Noel Paul Stookey/ Bodyworks)|| Gold Castle|
| 1985|| State Of The Heart (Noel Paul Stookey/ Bodyworks)|| Newpax|
| 1984|| There Is Love (A Noel Paul Stookey Anthology)|| Newpax|
| 1982|| Wait'll You Hear This (Noel Paul Stookey/ Bodyworks)|| Newpax|
| 1979|| Band & Bodyworks (Noel Paul Stookey/ Bodyworks)|| Neworld|
| 1977|| Something New And Fresh|| Neworld|
| 1977|| Real To Reel|| Neworld|
| 1973|| One Night Stand|| Warner Bros.|
| 1971|| Paul And|| Warner Bros|
| 1954|| "The Birds Fly Home (The Birds of Paradise, Stookey's high school band)"|| Independent release| El contenido de este artículo ha sido extraído de la Wikipedia en inglés bajo licencia Creative Commons.
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