THE KINGSTON TRIO- " TOM DOOLEY "  ( W / LYRICS)

In 1958 this song sold in excess of 6 million copies and put The Kingston Trio on the map - The song is credited by many for starting the 'folk music boom' of the late early Here's the Kingston Trio singing 'Tom Dooley.

▶ 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!

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

Mary Travers & The Kingston Trio - Where Have All The Flowers Gone (Kingston Trio & Friends Reuni

The Kingston Trio - 500 Miles Away From Home

The second troupe of the Kingston Trio (Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds, John Stewart)…

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

The Kingston Trio -- Ballad of Tom Dooley, Sloop John B, Greenback Dollar

The Kingston Trio - "The Sinking of the Reuben James"......did you have a friend on the good Reuben James?

kept putting it off too. I rather like this song, though. You want to request song?

The Kingston Trio - Hangman

The original Kingston Trio sings an old British folk song (also called "The Maid Freed From The Gallows") that is also known in several different variants th.

"Scotch and Soda" - The Kingston Trio 1958 (The first 45 I bought myself)

Oldies favorite "There She Goes Just A Walkin' Down The Street (Doo Wa Diddy)" by Manfred Mann. Another record selection from the Oldies Jukebox at

To Morrow By The Kingston Trio (+playlist)

The original Kingston Trio of Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds, and Dave Guard performs an old train song from the nineteenth century popularized in the by the.

Where Have all the Flowers Gone? - The Kingston Trio: if you click on the arrow - it will play their song.

1961 - The Kingston Trio - 'Where Have All The Flowers Gone' (Pete Seeger Song)

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