The Kingston Trio Make Way! / Goin' Places
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- by The Kingston Trio ~ Kingston Trio & From The 'Hungry I ~ $10.78
- Released: December 15, 2004
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Collector's Choice
- 1.En El Agua
- 2.Come All You Fair And Tender Ladies
- 3.Jug Of Punch
- 4.Bonny Hielan' Laddie
- 6.Hard Travelin'
- 8.Speckled Roan
- 9.The River Is Wide
- 10.Oh, Yes, Oh!
- 11.Blow The Candle Out
- 12.Blue Eyed Gal
- 13.You're Gonna Miss Me (Frankie And Johnny)
- 14.Pastures Of Plenty
- 15.Coast Of California
- 16.It Was A Very Good Year
- 17.Guardo El Lobo
- 18.Razors In The Air
- 19.Billy Goat Hill
- 20.This Land Is Your Land
- 21.Run Molly Run
- 23.Lemon Tree
- 24.You Don't Knock
- 25.The Golden Spike
- 26.Don't You Weep, Mary
- 27.The Wines Of Madiera
The Kingston Trio: Dave Guard, Nick Reynolds, Bob Shane.
Additional personnel: Buck "David" Wheat (bass).
MAKE WAY was recorded in November, 1960 and released in January, 1961.
GOIN' PLACES was recorded at Capitol's Studio B, Los Angeles in January, 1961 and released in June, 1961. Includes liner notes.
These are the final two albums of the Kingston Trio in its original lineup.
While a modern-day listener may find folk music somewhat simple in content and approach, these factors were exactly what made the music so appealing in the late '50s and early '60s. No more than a guitar and a voice were needed to set forth ballads of love and murder. To many youths of the time, the music contrasted sharply with the materialism of their parents following World War II. Without really meaning to, the Kingston Trio spearheaded a revival that took the music way beyond college campuses and Greenwich Village. By the time the group recorded Make Way/Goin' Places, their last two albums with the original trio, they had sold millions of records, toured the country, and appeared on popular television shows. Make Way includes a charged-up version of "Hard Travelin'" and "Hangman," while Goin' Places sets forth lively takes of "Lemon Tree" and "You're Gonna Miss Me (Frankie & Johnny)." All of the group's trademarks -- tight, smooth harmonies, traditional material, and energetic presentation -- govern these sessions. Beware, though: old fans and the young at heart will feel the urge to sing along with "The Jug of Punch" and "This Land Is Your Land," no matter who is in the room. Make Way/Goin' Places is just one of four Kingston Trio combo-CDs offered by Collectors' Choice, and any one will serve as a fine introduction to this folk unit from yesteryear. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr.
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