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Not correct

Album is last live album of the K-trio/Stewart; Appl'es description is wrong. Old and new, stage chatter re-edited to end. Messy but good.

The banter is missing

The Trio’s last concert was in the Sahara Tahoe. These songs are from an album called “Once Upon A Time” which was of the last shows Nick, Bob, and John ever did. While this album is good fun, but what is missing is the back and forth camaraderie of their act. John Stewart would handle the segues between songs. I had hoped this would have those bits of fun between the Trio and the audience. I’m disappointed that it lacks that patter that made the Kingston Trio first class performers.

Get 'Once Upon A Time' Instead

Get 'Once Upon A Time' instead - you get the full concert. It includes all of the intros and banter. So 40 tracks versus the 20 here, for $2 cheaper.


Formed: 1956 in Palo Alto, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '10s

In the history of popular music, there are a relative handful of performers who have redefined the content of the music at critical points in history -- people whose music left the landscape, and definition of popular music, altered completely. The Kingston Trio were one such group, transforming folk music into a hot commodity and creating a demand -- where none had existed before -- for young men (sometimes with women) strumming acoustic guitars and banjos and singing folk songs and folk-like novelty...
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