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.
The title of this album - their second concert recording in barely a year - explains its initial appeal, as an early live stereo document of the Kingston Trio's sound, at a time when stereo was new and a big selling point.
This hard to find CD was released by the Folk Era label in 1986. Contains a live performance from 1958 of the Kingston Trio with the line-up of Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds and Dave Guard. Tracks: 1. Saro Jane 2. I Bawled 3. Banua 4. Three Jolly Coachmen 5. South Coast 6. Coplas 7. They Call the Wind Maria 8. Santy Anno 9. Pay Me My Money Down 10. Ruby Red 11.
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2017 Live in Concert. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1960. Sold Out. The Kingston Trio.
The Kingston Trio CloseUp LP Mono Vinyl Record by ThisVinylLife. The 2016 PBS Television 90-Minute All-Star Live Concert Pledge Special, "The Kingston Trio Celebration" Premieres Saturday, June 4, 2016! Please Check Your Local PBS Affiliate Stations for Channel, Dates, and Air Times in Your Area!, and Support Public Broadcasting Television. The Kingston Trio Celebration "Reverend Mr. Black" - A PBS TV Special 2016.
The Kingston Trio discography. The Kingston Trio's discography is large and diverse, covering over 50 years and many record labels. The Kingston Trio 45th Anniversary Tribute Concert (EDI, 2002). Wherever We May Go (Shout Factory, 2006). The Kingston Trio: Fifty Years Of Having Fun (EDI, 2006).