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The Seekers


Download links and information about The Seekers by The Seekers. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:11:33 minutes.

Artist: The Seekers
Release date: 1966
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:11:33
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No. Title Length
1. Morningtown Ride 2:41
2. 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) 2:17
3. Well Well Well 2:18
4. Island of Dreams 2:29
5. Red Rubber Ball 2:14
6. Yesterday 2:25
7. Turn Turn Turn (To Everything There Is a Season) 3:16
8. The Leaving of Liverpool 2:54
9. The Times They Are a Changin' 2:34
10. Louisiana Man 2:30
11. Emerald City 2:39
12. A World of Our Own 2:43
13. Georgy Girl 2:20
14. This Land Is Your Land 2:36
15. The Music of the World a Turnin' 2:28
16. Come the Day 2:12
17. Open Up Them Pearly Gates 2:14
18. All Over the World (Dans Le Monde En Entier) 2:40
19. We Shall Not Be Moved 2:24
20. Love Is Kind, Love Is Wine 2:26
21. Sinner Man 2:17
22. Walk With Me 3:15
23. You Can Tell the World 2:15
24. The Carnival Is Over 3:12
25. When Will the Good Apples Fall 2:27
26. Someday, One Day 2:35
27. California Dreamin' 2:30
28. I'll Never Find Another You 2:42



This 12-song LP is an abridged version of their first overseas album, which had been released (with 16 songs) as Introducing the Seekers. All but one of the tracks on this collection are taken from the 16-song counterpart. At this point, the Seekers were still playing solely traditional folk material, arranged in the style of Peter, Paul & Mary. It's well-sung and the harmonies are good, but the songs are missing the pop melodies, fuller arrangements, and original material that were essential to the Seekers' more familiar hit records. It's tame early- to mid-'60s commercial folk, the emphasis on too-common standards like "This Train," "If I Had a Hammer," "Kumbaya," "All My Trials," and "Lonesome Traveller." For that reason it's only recommended to dedicated Seekers fans, and if you're dedicated, you should try to somehow find Introducing the Seekers, which has four songs not on this album (although The Seekers has one song, "When Stars Begin to Fall," that didn't make it onto Introducing the Seekers).