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The Kingston Trio: Charly's Box

Track List

>Hard Ain't It Hard
>Three Jolly Coachmen
>Chilly Winds
>Sinking of Rueben James
>Gypsy Rose and I Don't Have a Curse
>Work Song, The
>Rolling River
>M.T.A., The
>Jocko and the Trapeze Lady
>They Call the Wind Maria
>High Heeled Shoes
>Hawaiian Nights
>Worried Man
>World Needs a Melody
>Tijuana Jail
>Looking for the Sunshine
>Greenback Dollar
>Hawaiian Nights, Pt. 2
>Merry Minuet
>Big Ship Glory
>Zombie Jamboree
>Rake and Ramblin' Boy
>Worried Man, A
>Easy to Arrange
>Sloop John B
>Rolling Stone, A
>Tom Dooley
>Last Thing on My Mind
>Sometimes Love Is Better
>Scotch and Soda
>I Like to Hear the Rain
>Hard Travellin'
>Rev. Mr. Black
>Long Black Veil
>Cortelia Clark
>Everybody's Talking
>Where Have All the Flowers Gone
>They Love the Night
>Emily Remembers
>Sunshine Boys
>I'm Livin' on Easy
>Scotch and Soda, Pt. 2
>South Coast
>Sing at the Wheel
>Mary Ellen Carter, The
>Saucy Sailor Lad, The
>For My Fantastic Friend
>Zombie Jamboree, Pt. 2

Album Notes

Casual fans looking for a collection of "Tom Dooley"-era favorites from folk icons the Kingston Trio should steer clear of the four-disc Charly's Box, as it contains nothing but material recorded between 1988 and 2000. That said, longtime listeners looking to add four of the group's lesser-known outings like Live at the Crazy Horse (1994), Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 of the 2000 compilation Both Sides of the Kingston Trio, and former member Dave Guard's 1988 solo release, Up & In, will find a few bright spots in this hodgepodge anthology. ~ James Christopher Monger


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