The Seekers - The Seekers Sing album
Title: The Seekers Sing
Style: Folk, Vocal
Size MP3: 1869 mb
Size FLAC: 1483 mb
Format: AAC MP3 XM DTS AA TTA AC3
This album was formerly issued on the Philips label under the title "Beautiful People". Matrix, Runout (Runout Stamp Side A): 2383126 A // 1▽ 420.
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.
But this set works: one listen fully justifies it on musical terms; the cost is only a little higher than comparable five-disc sets, and the unique range of material makes it a bargain. The set is broken up into five volumes, the first (1963-1964) covering the group's early history: their original 12-song demo, coupled with parts of their debut Australian album, Introducing the Seekers, and their first album for England's World Record Club.
The Seekers is the seventh studio album by Australian group the Seekers. The album was released in May 1975. Louisa Wisseling provided the vocals. It was the first The Seekers' album not to feature the vocals of Judith Durham. The lead single "Sparrow Song" was released in May 1975, peaking at number 7 on the Kent Music Report. A second single "Reunion" was released in November 1975 and peaked at number 83.
The Seekers are an Australian folk-influenced pop quartet, originally formed in Melbourne in 1962. They were the first Australian pop music group to achieve major chart and sales success in the United Kingdom and the United States. They were popular during the 1960s with their best-known configuration as: Judith Durham on vocals, piano, and tambourine; Athol Guy on double bass and vocals; Keith Potger on twelve-string guitar, banjo, and vocals; and Bruce Woodley on guitar, mandolin, banjo, and vocals.
Seekers – The Seekers Sing Their Big Hits. Label: Oldays Records – ODR 6233, Oldays Records – R-1660747. Format: CD, Album, Compilation, Reissue. The album was released in 1975. A second single "Reunion" was released in November 1975 and peaked at number 8. .The Seekers had been a successful group in the 1960s, disbanding in July 1968 when lead singer Judith Durham left the group. In 1972, the band planned to reform, but needed a suitable female vocalist to replace Durham. Band member Athol Guy asked his friend Buddy England for assistance who said; "After some time looking and listening I came across Louisa Wisseling at a restaurant/club called The Swagman. took Athol to have a listen.
|A5||All My Trials|
|B1||Children Go Where I Send You|
|B2||Dese Bones Gwine Rise Again|
|B5||This Land Is My Land|
- Liner Notes – Keith Potger
- Producer – Keith Potger
NotesPickwick Presents Contour (Orange & Black Label)
"This Album previously issued as Contour 6870 546"
Manufactured & Distributed By Pickwick International Inc (GB) LTD
Made In England
Note: Reissue of "Seekers Golden Collection" on Fontana SFL13093
|859 055 FZY||The Seekers||Seekers Golden Collection (LP, Comp, Mono)||Fontana||859 055 FZY||Australia||1969|
|6870 546, 6870-546||The Seekers||Seekers Golden Collection (LP, Comp, RE, Ita)||Contour, Contour||6870 546, 6870-546||UK||Unknown|
|SFL13093, 859 055 FZY||The Seekers||Seekers Golden Collection (LP, Comp)||Fontana, Fontana||SFL13093, 859 055 FZY||UK||1969|
|SRA 295096||Seekers*||Seekers Golden Collection (LP, Comp)||Summit||SRA 295096||Australia||Unknown|
|CP 244||The Seekers||Seekers Golden Collection (LP, Comp)||Fontana||CP 244||New Zealand||Unknown|