The Kingston Trio | An Evening With The Kingston Trio

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An Evening With The Kingston Trio

by The Kingston Trio

Traditional folk from a legendary trio.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Little Light
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3:06 album only
2. Coplas
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3:56 album only
3. Reuben James
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3:27 album only
4. The Wagoner Lad
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4:01 album only
5. Mta
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5:13 album only
6. Chilly Winds
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4:04 album only
7. The Shape of Things
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5:09 album only
8. Hard Ain't It Hard
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3:12 album only
9. Tom Dooley
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4:14 album only
10. Wimoweh
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1:59 album only
11. The Merry Minuet
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2:48 album only
12. Scotch and Soda
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2:37 album only
13. Where Have All the Flowers Gone
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14. Saints Go Marching In
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15. Goin' Away For to Leave You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This recording, An Evening With The Kingston Trio, is a live album of the "Stewart Trio," although not one previously released. Recorded in 1962, it was a crucial time for the Trio. The story of the Trio's split and Dave Guard's departure had been well publicized. It left many fans wondering if the Trio would survive. Although new member John Stewart, who replaced Dave Guard, was a more than worthy successor, the fans eyed him with suspicion. As far as they were concerned, this was a new act that had to prove itself again.

And, as exemplified in this recording, the Trio succeeded admirably. Deftly re-creating the Trio's past hits, like "Tom Dooley", "The MTA" and others, and combining them with fresh new songs, like the hilarious "The Shape Of Things," and one of John Stewart's most lasting compositions from the Trio days, "Chilly Winds," this concert brought the audience the best of the old and the new. The songs are interspersed with the sometimes humorous and sometimes informative (and sometimes both) patter that the Trio was so loved for.

Today, "An Evening With The Kingston Trio" is also the only live Kingston Trio album featuring the Stewart Trio that is commercially available, and with it's fifteen songs, demonstrates the performing power of one of the most popular folk acts of all time.


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