Here is a link to a review on the Elvis Collectors site.
The reviewer (Johnny Savage) states, “Presley, the guys and their wives all curl up with the Kingston Trio album 'Sing A Song With The Kingston Trio' (Capitol SKAO 2005), "Instrumental Background Re-Creations" of contemporary folk hits with "complete lyrics and chord symbols included for your sing-along, play along pleasure." Finally, Elvis and John Stewart, connected at last. Although musically tepid, it's worth noting that thousands of similarly-aged people did exactly the same thing with the exact same record back in the sixties. "Blowing In The Wind" and "500 Miles," folk standards penned by Bob Dylan and Hedy West respectively, are preserved here, with Elvis singing bass style on both. One anxiously awaits the Presley sing-along versions of "Tom Dooley" or "A Worried Man," both included in that album.”
There is also an Amazon review here:
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