|A1||Someday, One Day
Written-By – Simon*
|A2||Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen|
|B1||The Carnival Is Over
Written-By – Springfield*
|B2||We Shall Not Be Moved|
|SEG 8496||The Seekers||Hits From The Seekers (7", EP)||Columbia||SEG 8496||UK||1966|
|SEGM 8496, SEGM.8496||The Seekers||Hits From The Seekers (7", EP, Bla)||Columbia, Columbia||SEGM 8496, SEGM.8496||New Zealand||1966|
|SEGM 8496, SEGM.8496||The Seekers||Hits From The Seekers (7", EP, Gre)||Columbia, Columbia||SEGM 8496, SEGM.8496||New Zealand||1966|
Live On is the tenth studio album from The Seekers. The album is the only Seekers' album to feature the vocals of Australian singer, Julie Anthony. In October 1988, The Seekers re-formed and sang "The Carnival is Over" to close the World Expo 88 in Brisbane.
Live On is the tenth studio album from The Seekers.
This album was called ‘The Seekers’ in Australia and in place of A World Of Our Own the album opened with We Shall Not Be Moved. 1966 - Come the Day. Come The Day Island Of Dreams The Last Thing On My Mind All Over The World Red Rubber Ball Well Well Well Georgy Girl Yesterday I Wish You Could Be Here Turn, Turn, Turn Louisiana Man California Dreamin'. 1967 - Seekers Seen in Green. Disc 4 - Hits, B-Sides and The 90's: I'll Never Find Another You Open Up Them Pearly Gates A World Of Our Own Sinner Man The Carnival Is Over We Shall Not Be Moved Someday.
The Seekers Greatest Hits includes an astonishing 8 top 20 singles, 4 of which debuted at number 1, and reminds us why the UK originally fell for this timeless group and why they were one of the most successful groups of the sixties. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). All of their big hits are on this album along with a wide range of vocal gems that are not so well known in the US. There is not a dud or filler song on the album. The non-Seeker aficionados may find the number of songs a bit lengthy, but they will still come away impressed with the group nevertheless. This CD is well worth the investment.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Australian band The Seekers. The album was released in June 2009 and peaked within the top 40 in the UK and Australia. Still, the Seekers were a polished, professional group and Judith Durham's warm, appealing Judy Collins-like voice is always a joy to hear. Morningtown Ride" - 2:41. Island of Dreams" - 2:29. I'll Never Find Another You" - 2:43. Walk with Me" - 3:15.
Listen to music from The Seekers like Georgy Girl, I'll Never Find Another You & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Seekers. The Seekers were a group of Australian folk-influenced pop musicians which was formed in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, in 1962. They were the first Australian popular music group to achieve significant chart and sales success in the United Kingdom and the United States.
The New Seekers is the debut album by UK-based pop group The New Seekers. It was released in January 1970, just a few months after the group was formed by producer Keith Potger. The New Seekers were formed in mid 1969 as a harmony group in the style of The Seekers who had recently disbanded. Formed by Keith Potger, who had been a member of The Seekers, he assembled a five-piece line-up of Laurie Heath, Chris Barrington, Marty Kristian, Eve Graham and Sally Graham.
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The second (1964-1965) and third (1966-1967) discs cover their album tracks from the group's classic era, from early 1964 up to the end of their last full year of success in 1967. The sources for those 40 songs are impeccable, although this is also the period already covered well by various hits anthologies. The fourth, "Hits, B-sides, and the '90's," pushes the group's hit singles, starting with "I'll Never Find Another You" and ending with "Days of My Life" onto a separate disc.