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The Kingston Trio were one of the most successful folk groups of the early 1960s, they helped to popularise the genre, without taking themselves too seriously. Formed in 1957, they first recorded together in 1958 for Capitol records releasing seventeen singles between then and 1962, featuring both Dave Guard and John Stewart led versions of the group. This CD set includes the majority of both A and B sides of those 45s from the best sources available and includes such US and UK hits as 'Tom Dooley', 'San Miguel' and 'Where Have All the Flowers Gone'. One of the best and most comprehensive compilations of the Trio, whose strong single releases deserve to be heard by a wider audience.
The Kingston Trio were one of the most successful folk groups of the early 1960s, they helped to popularise the genre, without taking themselves too seriously. Formed in 1957, they first recorded together in 1958 for Capitol records releasing seventeen singles between then and 1962, featuring both Dave Guard and John Stewart led versions of the group. This CD set includes the majority of both A and B sides of those 45s from the best sources available and includes such US and UK hits as 'Tom Dooley', 'San Miguel' and 'Where Have All the Flowers Gone'. One of the best and most comprehensive compilations of the Trio, whose strong single releases deserve to be heard by a wider audience.
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Singles As & Bs 1958-1962 (Uk)
Artist: Kingston Trio
Format: CD
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1. Scarlet Ribbons
2. Three Jolly Coachmen
3. Tom Dooley
4. Ruby Red
5. Raspberries, Strawberries
6. Sally (Don't You Grieve)
7. The Tijuana Jail
8. Oh Cindy
9. M.T.A
10. All My Sorrows
11. A Worried Man
12. San Miguel
13. Coo Coo-U
14. Green Grasses
15. El Matador
16. Home from the Hill
17. Bad Man's Blunder
18. The Escape of Old John Webb
19. Everglades
20. This Mornin', This Evenin', So Soon
21. You're Gonna Miss Me (Frankie and Johnny)
22. En Al Agua
23. Coming from the Mountains
24. Nothing More to Look Forward to
25. Where Have All the Flowers Gone
26. O Ken Karanga
27. Scotch and Soda
28. Jane, Jane, Jane
29. Old Joe Clark
30. C'mon Betty Home
31. One More Town

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The Kingston Trio were one of the most successful folk groups of the early 1960s, they helped to popularise the genre, without taking themselves too seriously. Formed in 1957, they first recorded together in 1958 for Capitol records releasing seventeen singles between then and 1962, featuring both Dave Guard and John Stewart led versions of the group. This CD set includes the majority of both A and B sides of those 45s from the best sources available and includes such US and UK hits as 'Tom Dooley', 'San Miguel' and 'Where Have All the Flowers Gone'. One of the best and most comprehensive compilations of the Trio, whose strong single releases deserve to be heard by a wider audience.
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