The Kingston Trio was a pop-folk music group that was popular in the 1950s and early 1960s, and has been credited with helping to launch the folk music revival of that era.
They were very successful, with a number of popular hits and albums, and, according to Wikipedia, "... the group still ranks in the all-time lists of many of Billboard's cumulative charts, including those for most weeks with a number 1 album, most total weeks charting an album, most number 1 albums, most consecutive number 1 albums, and most top ten albums." Impressive.
While websurfing the other night I came across one song of theirs from 1963, "Prime the Pump," linked below, which I thought might be fun for a little Friday listening.
I always liked the song personally because it offers a message, and sort of challenges the listener to ask himself, as he listens to it, "Hmmm, what would I do in the situation that the song describes?"
An easy listening tune in the folk song genre, with an almost gospel-song sound to it, but one with a thought-provoking edge to it as well.
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