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  1. Gardakus Reply

    Where Have All The Flowers Gone? The Sinking Of The Reuben James: Miles: Pullin' Away: Tom Dooley: Greenback Dollar: Blowin' In The Wind: A Worried Man: Chilly Winds: One More Town: When The Saints Go Marching In.

  2. Gajora Reply

    Six of the group's next seven albums between 19continued to place in Billboard's Top Ten and several of the group's most successful singles, including " Where Have All the Flowers Gone? " and "Greenback Dollar", charted as well. "Greenback Dollar" ().

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    Feb 14,  · From left: Members of the Kingston Trio, Bob Shane, John Stewart and Nick Reynolds, are pictured in in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Shane, the last surviving original member of the popular folk group the Kingston Trio and the lead singer on its million-selling ballad “Tom Dooley” and many other hits, died in January in Phoenix.

  4. Goltitaxe Reply

    "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" and "Greenback Dollar". Initially breaking up in , they re-formed in and have been touring, and recording occasionally, ever since, with Shane the only remaining member from the original group. Even today, they still put on a great show and have many appreciative fans of all ages.

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    Greenback Dollar The Kingston Trio Buy This Song. FAVORITE (0 fans) Where Have All the Flowers Gone # Scotch and Soda # Jane, Jane, Jane # Old Joe Clark # C'mon Betty Home # She Was Too Good to Me # Oh, Sail Away # Greenback Dollar # The New Frontier #

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    The Kingston Trio "The Tijuana Jail": We went one day about a month ago (ha ha ha) to have a little fun (ah ha) in Mexico We ended up in a.

  7. Mikaktilar Reply

    "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" is a modern folk-style song. The melody and the first three verses were written by Pete Seeger in and published in Sing Out! magazine. Additional verses were added in May by Joe Hickerson, who turned it into a circular song. Its rhetorical "where?".

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    CEMA Special Markets' Greatest Hits may not be a comprehensive collection -- such essentials as "Scotch and Soda" and "Greenback Dollar" are missing, for instance -- but it does have a good cross-section of popular Kingston Trio tunes, including "Tom Dooley," "Tijuana Jail," "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," "M.T.A.," "A Worried Man," "El Matador," "Bad Man Blunder," "Reverend Mr. Black" .

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