"Make Way" came after two extraordinary Kingston Trio albums: String Along & Last Month Of The Year
The Kingstons were certainly on top of their game in their albums and perfect harmony, etc...
"Make Way" was a pretty good album, but in comparison to the KT albums recorded beforehand,
seemed a little "laid back" in my opinion.
Proof in the pudding is the Kingston Trio's following album "Goin' Places".
To me it's a stronger album than "Make Way" and showcases Dave Guard leaving the KT on a high note.
(pun intended) :>)
I can't see any album as a filler album or less. I love Make Way. I love them all.
Over the years this album has been discussed as "less than" "a filler album". I think it is a solid album and as far as the production qualities up to the KT standards once they started going stereo and double voicing with the producer Gilmore at the helm. Any thoughts ?