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.
A World Of Our Own Don't Think Twice, It's All Right The Leaving Of Liverpool This Land Is Your Land Two Summers The Times They Are A' Changin' Just A Closer Walk With Thee Don't Tell Me My Mind Allentown Jail Four Strong Winds You Can Tell The World Whistling Rufus. 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
The Seekers is the second studio album by the Australian group The Seekers. The album was released in 1964. In some countries, the album was titled Roving with the Seekers. Waltzing Matilda" was released in November 1963 and peaked at number 74 on the Australian music report. A World of Our Own (aka The Seekers) (1965). Come the Day (aka Georgy Girl) (1966). Seekers Seen in Green (1967). Giving and Taking (1976). A Little Bit of Country (1980). Morningtown Ride to Christmas (2001). Live at the Talk of the Town (1968). 25 Year Reunion Celebration (1993). 1968 BBC Farewell Spectacular (1999).
A World of Our Own is the fourth studio album by the Australian group The Seekers. The album was released in 1965. In some countries, the album was titled The Seekers Contents.
Following the Seekers' split, Durham pursued a solo career. She released a Christmas album called For Christmas with Love (recorded in Hollywood, California) and later signed with A&M Records, releasing more albums including Gift of Song and Climb Ev'ry Mountain. Guy hosted his own TV show in Australia, A Guy Called Athol, before entering politics in 1973. The following recordings by The Seekers were each certified as having sold over one million copies: "I'll Never Find Another You", "A World of Our Own", "The Carnival Is Over" and "Georgy Girl".
Album: A World Of Our Own, All Bound For Morningtown (Their EMI Recordings 1964-1968). A World Of Our Own: Best 2 songs. The Seekers - The Leaving Of Liverpool 02:56. The Seekers - Whistling Rufus 00:58. Album: A World Of Our Own. The Seekers: best 2 tracks. The Seekers - I'll Never Find Another You The Seekers, 1990 02:41. The Seekers - A World Of Our Own Greatest Hits, 2009 02:44.
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.
album: "A World Of Our Own" (1965). A World Of Our Own Don't Think Twice, It's All Right The Leaving Of Liverpool This Land Is Your Land Two Summers The Times They Are A'Changin' Just A Closer Walk With Thee Don't Tell Me My Mind Allentown Jail Four Strong Winds You Can Tell The World. album: "Come The Day" (1966). Come The Day Island Of Dreams The Last Thing On My Mind Red Rubber Ball Well Well Well Georgy Girl Yesterday I Wish You Could Be Here Turn Turn Turn Louisiana Man California Dreamin'. album: "Seekers Seen In Green" (1967).
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A World Of Our Own
Written-By – Tom Springfield
Arranged By – The SeekersWritten-By – Traditional
Chappell & Co., Inc.
Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
45 charted 5/29/65, eventually reached #19, Billboard chart.
Label variation due to different placement of credits and duration on label.
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Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): 45-X-45252-F-1 ✶
Performer:The Seekers Genre: Rock Title: A World Of Our Own Country: Netherlands Released: 1965 Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock MP3 version ZIP size: 1743 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1901 mb Rating: 4.8 Votes: 327 Other Formats: DMF AHX MPC MOD MP4 VQF DTS
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