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Because she was a hopeless junkie. But she was also beautiful and brilliant, and he thought that with instruction and guidance she might materialize into something wonderful. And that was Albert’s doom. ” “Albert was walking on the wild side,” says Peter Yarrow. “He had many friends who were on the edge of discovering new dimensions. It was Albert who introduced me to marijuana. I had never smoked a joint. ” Doomed though his marriage may have been—the couple divorced after nine months—Grossman was now a player, a Village potentate.
Albert won the toss,” says Michael Friedman. In June 1962, Grossman paid $10,000 to prize Dylan free of Silver. He was taking a chance on an artist who was hardly to everyone’s tastes, sang in an astringent voice, strummed his guitar in the most rudimentary manner, punctuated his Guthrie-esque phrasing with wheezy harmonica phrases, and could not have been described as good-looking. “I thought he was a terrible singer and a complete fake,” admitted guitarist Bruce Langhorne, who played on a Columbia session for Carolyn Hester that provided Dylan with his first New York studio experience.
For Peter, Paul & Mary’s debut album, released in May 1962, he hired top arranger Milt Okun to be their “musical director” and brought in Milton Glaser of Push Pin Studios to design the album’s cover. “He had this incredible vision,” says Jane Traum, wife of Happy. ” In 1962, when the trio’s rousing version of Pete Seeger’s anthem “If I Had a Hammer” hit number 10 on the singles chart, Jim Rooney caught them on Cape Cod. “It was an extremely professional and polished act that they had right from the start,” he says.