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Folk music
Performer: The Kingston Trio
Title: Platinum Collection
Style: Folk Revival,Folk-Pop,Traditional Folk
Duration: 01:16:35
Date of release: October 11, 2005
Genre: Folk music
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 293
MP3 size: 1923 mb
FLAC size: 1102 mb
WMA size: 1593 mb
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The Kingston Trio - Platinum Collection mp3 flac

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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.

Goin' Places is the tenth album by the American folk music group The Kingston Trio, released in 1961 (see 1961 in music). It peaked at number three on the Billboard charts and spent 41 weeks in the Top 40. The lead-off single was "You're Gonna Miss Me" (a new arrangement of "Frankie and Johnny") which failed to chart. Its B-side was "En El Agua". Goin' Places was the last album recorded with founder Dave Guard as a member.

2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1960. Sold Out. The Kingston Trio. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1960. The Definitive Collection of the Kingston Trio.

Platinum Collection Album.

The Kingston Trio was a bit before my time, but my older brother was a fan and I would overhear the music when he'd have it playing on the record player. Then one Christmas I received my first two albums. One was "West Side Story Soundtrack" and the other "The Kingston Trio College Concert". To this day I love them both, and own them in CD format.

1. Where Have All the Flowers Gone. Popular albums by this artist. The Tijuana Jail and Other Hits. The Best of the Kingston Trio. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery. One member of the trio was dating Seaver's older sister at that time, and heard the song on a visit to the Seaver home.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Where Have All the Flowers Gone Pete Seeger The Kingston Trio 4:07
2 Tom Dooley Traditional The Kingston Trio 3:05
3 Lemon Tree Will Holt The Kingston Trio 2:18
4 This Land Is Your Land Woody Guthrie The Kingston Trio 3:12
5 The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Wimoweh) The Kingston Trio 2:42
6 We'll Sing in the Sunshine Gale Garnett The Kingston Trio 2:57
7 The Long Black Veil Danny Dill / Marijohn Wilkin The Kingston Trio 2:30
8 The Reverend Mr. Black Jed Peters The Kingston Trio 3:01
9 Colours The Kingston Trio 2:18
10 Early Morning Rain Gordon Lightfoot The Kingston Trio 2:43
11 Whiskey in the Jar (Darlin' Sportin' Jenny) Traditional The Kingston Trio 3:02
12 The Tijuana Jail Denny Thompson The Kingston Trio 2:51
13 The M.T.A. The Kingston Trio 3:15
14 Tomorrow Is a Long Time Bob Dylan The Kingston Trio 3:22
15 Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair) Evelyn Danzig / Jack Segal The Kingston Trio 2:19
16 Turn Around Harry Belafonte / Allen Greene / Malvina Reynolds The Kingston Trio 2:42
17 Shenandoah (Across the Wide Missouri) Traditional The Kingston Trio 3:05
18 Baby, You've Been on My Mind Bob Dylan The Kingston Trio 2:13
19 Nelie Barry Etris The Kingston Trio 2:46
20 El Matador Jane Bowers / Irving Burgess The Kingston Trio 2:27
21 Greenback Dollar Kennard Ramsey The Kingston Trio 2:55
22 Three Jolly Coachmen Dave Guard The Kingston Trio 1:37
23 Roving Gambler Paul Campbell The Kingston Trio 1:49
24 One Too Many Mornings Bob Dylan The Kingston Trio 2:01
25 South Coast Richard Dehr / Frank Miller The Kingston Trio 3:32
26 Come Along, Julie John Stewart The Kingston Trio 2:31
27 All My Sorrows Dave Guard / Nick Reynolds / Bob Shane The Kingston Trio 2:42
28 Scotch and Soda Dave Guard The Kingston Trio 2:33

Credits:

Harry Belafonte - Composer
Jane Bowers - Composer
Irving Burgess - Composer
Paul Campbell - Composer
Evelyn Danzig - Composer
Richard Dehr - Composer
Danny Dill - Composer
Bob Dylan - Composer
Barry Etris - Composer
Gale Garnett - Composer
Allen Greene - Composer
Dave Guard - Composer
Woody Guthrie - Composer
Will Holt - Composer
The Kingston Trio - Primary Artist
Gordon Lightfoot - Composer
Alan Lomax - Arranger
Frank Miller - Composer
Jed Peters - Composer
Prime Sound - Record Label
Kennard Ramsey - Composer
Malvina Reynolds - Composer
Nick Reynolds - Composer
Pete Seeger - Composer
Jack Segal - Composer
Bob Shane - Composer
John Stewart - Composer
Denny Thompson - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Marijohn Wilkin - Composer
Magis
Although this is an admirable effort at a single disc compilation of the Kingston Trio, with "Come Along, Julie" by the Cumberland Three (John Stewart's group before he joined the Kingston Trio), and "Nellie" by the New Kingston Trio (Bob Shane's attempt to keep the KIngston Trio viable after the original group dissolved), there are some glaringly misplaced songs. "The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Wimoweh)" is actually the 1961 hit version by the Tokens. "Whiskey in the Jar" is actually by the Brothers Four, released as "Darlin' Sportin' Jenny" on their 'live' album In Person in 1962. "We'll Sing in the Sunshine" is actually the New Christy Minstrels, released as a track on their 1965 album Chim Chim Cher-ee. Lyrics are included in the accompanying booklet, but there is absolutely no release information.