Yes indeed, John. The CD was put out by Acrobat Music, entitled "The Kingston Trio Collection 1958-62".
The difference now is the same label, Acrobat Music, is releasing this "Best of the Singles" album on LP.
There's hardly been any Kingston Trio releases on "vinyl" except for 2 reissues that I'm aware of:
(1) The Best of The Kingston Trio [Delray Records]
(2) College Concert (LP cover: NBD) [Vinyl Passion]
They used the same picture from the KT's "String Along" album for the cover.
For me the most significant vinyl re-release came in 2017 as Capitol celebrated the 75th anniversary of its 1942 founding. The label planned a year-long series of events; the one that really grabbed my attention was Capitol's selection of what it considered its 75 most significant LPs out of the more than 30,000 albums released. One of those was Capitol T996 The Kingston Trio.
I pre-ordered it immediately but had to wait four months until the disc was pressed and the album sleeve printed. It's a treasure - a reproduction identical in every respect to the 1958 original except for the addition of a tiny note "Remastered at Capitol Mastering by Ian Sefchick" and the even smaller addition of a UM next to the Capitol logo since Capitol was sold in 2012 to Universal Music Group.
Discogs naturally has an extensive list of the various releases of T996 throughout the years here:
Ebay always seems to have someone selling used copies of the LP, and that's the only site that seems to have any pictures of the label on the disc itself:
The 2017 anniversary release, need I say, is in its original glorious monaural format.
Also, Billboard published a nice piece on the label's 75th anniversary: