is an The Kingston Trio #16 album by the American folk music group the Kingston Trio, released in 1963 (see 1963 in music). It reached number 4 on the Pop Albums chart. The lead-off single was "Reverend Mr. Black" b/w "One More Round", reaching number 8.
Reception [ edit ]
Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic 
Allmusic critic Bruce Eder called the album "an engaging collection of John Stewart originals interspersed with a handful of joint compositions and arrangements and two outside numbers. Whatever the makeup of the songwriting, the album is one of the trio's best, a sinewy, exciting collection of performances... This was the trio's last great album for Capitol Records."
Reissues [ edit ]
The Kingston Trio #16 was reissued along with Sunny Side! on CD by Collectors Choice Records in 2000.  In 2000, all of the tracks from The Kingston Trio #16 were included in 10-CD box set issued by The Stewart Years Bear Family Records.
Track listing [ edit ]
Side one [ edit ]
The Reverend Mr. Black" ( Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Billy Edd Wheeler) "Road to Freedom" (
John Stewart) "River Run Down" (Stewart, Don MacArthur)
"Big Ball in Town" (Traditional)
"One More Round" (
Nick Reynolds, Bob Shane, Stewart) "Old Joe Hannah" (Traditional)
Side two [ edit ]
"Run the Ridges" (Stewart)
Try to Remember" ( Tom Jones, Harvey Schmidt) "Mark Twain" (Harvey Geller, Martin Seligson)
"Low Bridge" (Reynolds, Shane, Stewart)
"Ballad of the Quiet Fighter" (Stewart)
" La Bamba" (Traditional)
Personnel [ edit ]
Production notes [ edit ]
Chart positions [ edit ]
Billboard Pop Albums
References [ edit ]