Collector's Choice presents a collection of previously unreleased Kingston Trio recordings with "Turning Like Forever: Kingston Trio Rarities Volume Two". They've taken the title from the lyrics of a classic song from the pen of the late, great John Stewart, "Children of the Morning", one of 15 tracks from 1964-1967 (7 new songs and 8 alternate takes), as well as a very funny 1963 radio interview, recaptured and lovingly polished by Grammy-nominated producer Ron Furmanek. Standouts include John's growlingly effective take on Mason Williams' "Road Song", and his sincere cover of Donovan's "To Try For the Sun", and Bob's moving interpretation of "Adieu Foulard", as well as his fine lead vocal on Rod McKuen's "The Summer's Long". Tops among the alternates are "Love's Been Good To Me", where everyone takes a verse, and an outstanding version of "If I Had a Ship", which begs the question "Was M.T.A. really Nick's finest vocal performance?" And no Trio collection would be complete without a previously unheard John Stewart composition. "January Summer" will please both Trio fans and those who have enjoyed John's solo career. One fan who belongs to both groups, Tom DeLisle, contributes the poignant liner notes.