The Kingston Trio - "M.T.A." - YouTube (jjr)

The Kingston Trio - "M.T.A." - YouTube (jjr)

Kingston Trio - Best of the Kingston Trio (CD)

Kingston Trio - Best of the Kingston Trio (CD)

The Kingston Trio - The Greatest Hits (Curb) (CD)

The Kingston Trio - The Greatest Hits (Curb) (CD)

The Kingston Trio,Greatest Hits

Unfortunate Miss Bailey	-  The Kingston Trio

Unfortunate Miss Bailey - The Kingston Trio

Two-Ten, Six-Eighteen (Doesn't Anybody Know My Name?)	   -   The Kingston Trio

Two-Ten, Six-Eighteen (Doesn't Anybody Know My Name?) - The Kingston Trio

▶ The Kingston Trio - M.T.A. - YouTube video - never knew the 'Charlie Card' was named for this!

▶ The Kingston Trio - M.T.A. - YouTube video - never knew the 'Charlie Card' was named for this!

The Mountains of Mourne	-   The Kingston Trio

The Mountains of Mourne - The Kingston Trio

"Sloop John B" by The Kingston Trio is what I hear when someone is calling me on my cell phone.

"Sloop John B" by The Kingston Trio is what I hear when someone is calling me on my cell phone.

Mary Travers & The Kingston Trio - Where Have All The Flowers Gone (King...

Mary Travers & The Kingston Trio - Where Have All The Flowers Gone (King...

November 17, 1958  —the Kingston Trio's "Tom Dooley" hit #1 on the Billboard pop music chart.

November 17, 1958 —the Kingston Trio's "Tom Dooley" hit #1 on the Billboard pop music chart.

The original line up of The Kingston Trio. At the forefront of the late 1950's folk revival.

The original line up of The Kingston Trio. At the forefront of the late 1950's folk revival.

Often called "The MTA Song", it was written in 1949 by Jacqueline Steiner and Bess Lomax Hawes. Also known as "Charlie on the MTA", it tells of a man trapped on Boston's subway system (MTA). The song was originally recorded as a campaign song for Walter O'Brien. This version of the song, with the candidate's name changed, became a 1959 hit.

Often called "The MTA Song", it was written in 1949 by Jacqueline Steiner and Bess Lomax Hawes. Also known as "Charlie on the MTA", it tells of a man trapped on Boston's subway system (MTA). The song was originally recorded as a campaign song for Walter O'Brien. This version of the song, with the candidate's name changed, became a 1959 hit.

The Kingston Trio - my Dad listened to this a lot........great stuff

The Kingston Trio - my Dad listened to this a lot........great stuff

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