The Kingston Trio - Sing A Song With The Kingston Trio FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Sing A Song With The Kingston Trio
FLAC version ZIP size: 1114 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1239 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1801 mb
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This is a delightful album in the Kingston Trio's discography, with one critically important caveat - it isn't really a Kingston Trio record at all. Rather, it's a forerunner of karaoke, as we know it today, folk-style arrangements (by guitar virtuoso Frank Hamilton) of some of the Kingston Trio's better-known songs of the period, produced and released by their very own record label, looking a lot like their own work (complete with images of the 1963-vintage trio on the cover)
2018 сингл From "First Man" Original Soundtrack. Tom Dooley; The Kingston Trio In Concert. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1960.
The Kingston Trio is the Kingston Trio's debut album, released in 1958 (see 1958 in music). It entered the album charts in late October 1958, where it resided for nearly four years, spending one week at in early 1959. It was awarded an RIAA gold album on January 19, 1961. Dave Guard, Nick Reynolds, and Bob Shane formed the Kingston Trio in Palo Alto, California in June 1957.
Something Special is an album by the American folk music group the Kingston Trio, released in 1962 (see 1962 in music). It reached number 7 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. The lead-off single was a non-album track "C'mon Betty Home" b/w "Old Joe Clark". One More Town" b/w "She Was Too Good to Me" was released as a single later the same year. Neither single made the Top 40. Something Special was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Folk Recording category.
Album · 1958 · 12 Songs. More By The Kingston Trio. The Last Month of the Year. From the Hungry I (Live). Kingston Trio At Large.
The Kingston Trio have a central place in the folk music revival of the late 50s and early 60s, when, for a couple of years, they were arguably the most popular vocal group in the world. Senator Joe McCarthy’s communist witch-hunts in the early 50s had damaged folk music, branding it subversive and blacklisting bands such as The Weavers. It wasn’t until the 1958 release of The Kingston Trio’s self-titled debut album – featuring the million-selling ‘Tom Dooley’ – that folk music was again heard on the airwaves. The Three Jolly Coachmen’ was a lighthearted traditional love song, while ‘Scotch And Soda’ was a song that Guard had heard from a friend. The group were never able to establish its true origins or composer.
|A2||Where Have All The Flowers Gone|
|A3||The Sinking Of The Reuben James|
|B2||Blowin' In The Wind|
|B3||A Worried Man|
|B5||One More Town|
|B6||When The Saints Go Marching In|
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Producer – Kermit Walter, Voyle Gilmore
NotesInstrumental Background Re-Creations Of Their Biggest Hits!
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): SKAO 1 82005 W1 2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): SKAO 2 82005 H2 2
|KAO 2005||The Kingston Trio*||Sing A Song With The Kingston Trio (LP, Album, Mono)||Capitol Records||KAO 2005||US||1963|
|STK 83 797||The Kingston Trio*||Sing A Song With The Kingston Trio (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||STK 83 797||Germany||Unknown|
|SKAO 2005||The Kingston Trio*||Sing A Song With The Kingston Trio (LP, Album, Gat)||Capitol Records||SKAO 2005||Canada||1963|
|SKAO-2005, SKAO 2005||The Kingston Trio*||Sing A Song With The Kingston Trio (LP, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||SKAO-2005, SKAO 2005||US||Unknown|
|KAO 2005||Kingston Trio||Sing A Song With The Kingston Trio (LP, Album, Mono)||Capitol Records||KAO 2005||Canada||Unknown|