The first in a series of releases of never-before-heard Kingston Trio material! Taped between January 5 and March 9, 1967, these sessions are so rare that even their biographer, Ben Blake (who contributes notes to this release), had no knowledge of their existence until they surfaced very recently. In other words, this really IS the great lost Kingston Trio album, nine songs which have been augmented with unreleased tracks from previous sessions. Grammy-nominated producer Ron Furmanek has polished these rare gems for official release. Includes a nice mix of tunes by the leading songwriters (Paul Simon, Fred Neil, Tim Hardin) of the day and some John Stewart originals, plus a bonus track, "Fun with the Trio in the Studio," which features an alternate impromptu jam session on "Don't Make Promises."
1.Love Me Not Tomorrow
3.The Other Side of This Life
5.To Try For the Sun
9.Don't Make Promises
10.Running Out of Tomorrow's
11.Catch the Wind
12.Reason to Believe
13.Fun With the Trio in the Studio - (Bonus Track)
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