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Treasure Chest

by The Kingston Trio

Traditional Folk from one of the most well-known groups of its genre and time.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Blue Tattoo
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2. Adieu To My Island
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3. Sea Fever
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2:59 album only
4. Sail Away Ladies
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2:30 album only
5. Scarlet Ribbons
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2:20 album only
6. Oh Mary
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7. World's Last Authentic Playboys
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8. Ruby Red
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9. Home From The Hill
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10. Sally
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11. Oh Cindy
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12. Wines of Madeira
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13. Golden Spike
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14. Green Grassed
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During the four years Dave Guard was with the Kingston Trio, the act recorded a number of songs that appeared only on 45rpm single records, or were never released at all for one reason or another. This album includes most of those and concludes with John Stewart's solo recording of his song, "Green Grasses", a song which had been recorded by the "Guard Trio" which was John's audition song to replace Dave Guard in the Trio.


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