Max - I can't possibly do that, and I'm sure you can understand why. The liner notes fall under the comprehensive copyright belonging to Buffy Ford Stewart and licensed to Omnivore Recordings, the label of the CD. I own no part of what I wrote.
Remember that this is the music business, where the record companies own EVERYthing. The KT owned relatively little of the copyrights of those marvelous LPs, which is why Capitol has licensed and re-licensed and re-re-licensed the tracks again and again and again, harvesting tons of money for itself with little or no $$$ reaching the KT LLC and none getting to Bob Shane. Heck, when Capitol celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2017 by re-releasing its 75 greatest albums on vinyl and including T996 The Kingston Trio, they didn't even send a copy to Bob Shane or even ask him if he wanted one - which miffed both him and Bobbie. He died never getting to hold a pristine copy of that landmark recording (of which I have one and it's positively gorgeous) or spin it on a turntable.
And THAT, Max, is the recording industry in a nutshell.
To be fair and to respond to your point above, Omnivore offered me a modest amount of money for the notes. That offer discharged their responsibility to me for writing them - it was "just compensation" and the legal basis for their ownership of my work. I turned it down and asked them to redirect the $$$ to someone who had done a lot more work on the recording than I had and deserved the money more, and they did so.
As to length - as John B. can attest, my notes are extensive and cover most points of Stewart's career up to the time of the recordings in 1968-69. Omnivore put no limit on the length and published every word that I wrote.
Everything else I could say about Old Forgotten Altars I said here on March 23 - you probably saw this already but here it is again.
As I said there and in the notes - the tracks aren't finished recordings. They're demos and they sound like demos. But there's a lot to value in them, and I try to get at that in the Xroads post above and in the liner notes themselves.