John Stewart - The Trio Years download album
Peter Bernstein (g) Larry Goldings (og) Bill Stewart (dr).
John Coburn Stewart (September 5, 1939 – January 19, 2008) was an American songwriter and singer. He is known for his contributions to the American folk music movement of the 1960s while with the Kingston Trio (1961–1967) and as a popular music songwriter of the Monkees' No. 1 hit "Daydream Believer" and his own No. 5 hit "Gold" during a solo career spanning 40 years that included almost four dozen albums and more than 600 recorded songs.
The departure of Dave Guard could have dealt a death blow to the Kingston Trio, but they added John Stewart and soldiered on, making some great popular folk music before being made obsolete by the very trends they instigated. The Stewart Years is a gorgeous ten-disc box set with hardbound book that collects everything the Trio recorded during Stewart's tenure, including numerous unreleased tracks and live performances. The Stewart version of the trio was more pop-oriented, political, and experimental (some unsuccessful attempts at folk-rock are preserved for posterity here).
2009 With Bonus Tracks. John Stewart, William Goldstein. John Stewart, Buffy Ford Stewart. Truth Lies in-Between. Margriet Naber, Ernest Guiraud Cissé, John Tchicai Trio.
William Harris Stewart (born October 18, 1966, in Des Moines, Iowa) is an American jazz drummer. He has performed with Maceo Parker, John Scofield, Joe Lovano, Michael Brecker, Pat Metheny, Lonnie Smith, Nicholas Payton, Bill Carrothers, Steve Wilson, Seamus Blake, Larry Goldings and Peter Bernstein, and Jim Hall. Bill Stewart's father was a trombonist, and his first and middle names are a tribute to jazz trombonist Bill Harris.
Prolific Kingston Trio singer-songwriter best known for penning a Monkees hit. Derek Schofield. In 1968 Stewart supported Robert Kennedy's ill-fated presidential bid, singing at campaign rallies. His first solo album was Signals Through the Glass, where he was partnered by Buffy Ford, who became his second wife in 1975. Rolling Stone magazine rated it among the 200 best albums of all time
It includes such classic hits as Greenback Dollar, Reverend Mr. Black, Desert Pete, and Where Have All the Flowers Gone?, along with many previously unreleased songs and unheard alternative versions (including their 1962 Grammy nominated album Something Special in its original form, with orchestral overdubbing). The accompanying 108 page hardcover book contains rare photos from the Trio's personal collection, along with a history of the group by Bill Bush, song-by song notes by Ben Blake, and a complete discography. This and above information taken from back of box).
The Kingston Trio - Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream 02:12. The Kingston Trio - Goin' Away for to Leave You 00:47. The Kingston Trio - Deportee 03:34. The Kingston Trio - Oh Joe Hannah 01:40. The Kingston Trio - Hobo's Lullaby 03:13. The Kingston Trio - Ballad of the Quiet Fighter 03:22. The Kingston Trio - Chilly Winds 02:35. The Kingston Trio - Laredo? 01:35. The Kingston Trio - Goo Ga Gee 01:53.
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|1||Hit And Run|
|2||Those Who Are Wise|
|3||Road To Freedom|
|4||Run The Ridges|
|5||The New Frontier|
|6||One More Town|
|7||Lock All The Windows|
|10||Children Of The Morning|
- Backing Vocals – Nick Reynolds (tracks: All)
- Bass – Dave Batti (tracks: All)
- Guitar – John Stewart (tracks: All)
- Keyboards – John Hoke (tracks: All)
- Percussion – Dennis Kenmore (tracks: All)
- Vocals – John Stewart (tracks: All)
- Written By – John Phillips (tracks: 9), John Stewart (tracks: All)
NotesRerecordings first released on Cassette 1986 (Homecoming HCC-0500)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 108111269726
|HCC-0500||John Stewart||The Trio Years (Cass, Album, Comp, Dol)||Homecoming Records||HCC-0500||US||1986|