Our final chapter on the Kingston Trio.
In 1961, Dave Guard left the group, and among those considered as a replacement for him was Roger McGuinn of the Byrds,
They agreed on John Stewart, a terrific songwriter who wrote Daydream Believer, a smash for the Monkees.
I have some more fun songs to hear, including a hit in…
Added by Mike Pell on October 27, 2011 at 12:24am —
Well, THIS never happened before or since- an artist DYING while I am featuring him!
Sorry to see you go, NIck.
This episode has more hits by the Kingston Trio.
But most interesting was a song that we all associate with Frank Sinatra.
And finding out in was written for THEM, and recorded by them 4 years before in 1961!
Added by Mike Pell on October 25, 2011 at 8:44am —
Continuing with our exploration of the music by the Kingston Trio, I will open with a song that is still to this day their most requested- and yet it never cracked the Top 40 as a single.
Coupled with a story of my friend Dan’s visit to Scotland.
Oh yeah, you can tell he is a friend of mine, lol!
Then the saga of two…
Added by Mike Pell on October 20, 2011 at 5:26am —
This 4-part series may seem surprising- acoustic, a folk act, and from the 50’s & early 60’s!
But the Kingston Trio made their mark, I am a folkie and I get to pick, lol!
I will be taking an extensive look at the Trio, and delving deeply.
If I didn’t think you would enjoy it, I wouldn’t bother putting it up…
Added by Mike Pell on October 17, 2011 at 11:14pm —
Moving on with our show about Nothing...I've got Nothing left.
I've got LOADS of Nothing left!
But it's time to wrap this up.… Continue
Added by Mike Pell on October 12, 2011 at 11:28pm —
Funny thing, I didn't realize yesterday would be Columbus Day until after 5 in the afternoon last Friday, as I was talking to a girl and she mentioned it.…
Added by Mike Pell on October 11, 2011 at 2:48pm —
I meant to tell you that one of the main reasons I am doing these shows about Nothing now is because of the seriousness of the previous series.
Seemed like a good time to do it, since I have…
Added by Mike Pell on October 6, 2011 at 1:03am —
Alright, admittedly this show is inspired by the wonderful Seinfeld television program.
There will be some sound bites from…
Added by Mike Pell on October 4, 2011 at 1:41am —