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The Highwaymen's next-to-last album for United Artists is notable for its version of Buffy Sainte-Marie's "Universal Soldier," which was released as a single two years before Donovan and Glen Campbell enjoyed modest success with the song. Aside from that bit of social consciousness, One More Time! is business as usual for The Highwaymen, with a mixture of traditional and ethnic songs well-played and well-sung. The Highwaymen and their commercial folk brethren were quickly becoming obsolete at this time, supplanted by political folk artists and, eventually, folk-rock. One More Time!, viewed in the context of the music of 1964, is harmless entertainment a couple of years out of step with the times.


Formed: 1958 in Middletown, CT

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '60s

It's easy enough to dismiss the Highwaymen as representatives of a brand of folk music that has gone out of fashion, at least among the media tastemakers. Their kind of harmony singing, coupled with traditional songs and ballads, has seldom been written of in the decades since their heyday. What's more, their late-'50s collegiate origins, as a quintet whose purpose was to foster entertainment more than to raise consciousness, belonged more to the setting of the hootenanny than the anti-war teach-in...
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