When Judith Durham, Athol Guy, Keith Potger and Bruce Woodley took to the stage for the last time, the audience was on its feet clapping and cheering for several minutes before they even sang a note. Far from any sense of sadness or regret, the mood on this tour was one of celebration and appreciation, both for the group and their loyal fans. Since The Seekers signed to Decca Australia in , they have released seven albums, many containing previously unreleased recordings. Rare and must-have Seekers memorabilia — perfect additions for any Seekers fans! Treat yourself, or your loved ones, to a range of products from hand signed coffee table books, to collector's edition posters and the newly released DVD "The Legendary Television Specials". Including concert audio of the seminal tour of New Zealand, when Judith made the monumental announcement that she was leaving the band.
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Silver Threads And Golden Needles new recording 2. In My Life new recording 3. Massachusetts 4. Gotta Love Someone 5. The Bush Girl 6. Calling Me Home 7.
Famous for putting Australia on the international pop music map with their unique pop sound, singing in four-part harmony playing 6 and string acoustic guitars and double bass, The Seekers still hold the record for the biggest concert crowd in the southern hemisphere — , — in March When we trace the history of contemporary Australian music, we find it is four young people from Melbourne who started the ball rolling internationally for all the other big name Australian artists. Starting out as a folk and gospel group, The Seekers — featuring the golden voice of Judith Durham, Athol Guy, Keith Potger and Bruce Woodley — set sail in for a working holiday, totally unaware of the global fame and fortune that lay ahead. They sang for their supper on a cruise liner, planning a week turnaround based in the UK, and sent their album and photographs ahead. The song was nominated for an Oscar.
Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume. The Seekers were the trailblazers of Australian music in the s, knocking heavy hitters such as the Beatles off the top of the charts in the UK and taking the US by storm. Best known for their unique blend of harmonies and the voice of Judith Durham, the band were unlike anything of their time. Now, fresh off the back of a record deal featuring their final tour, The Seekers are taking part in the first television documentary since their split 50 years ago. Potger discuss their music, the impact of sudden fame and the painful fallout from their famous parting. For the first time, more than five decades after first breaking up, The Seekers band members open up about their split and share their personal archives, offering an inside glimpse of those tumultuous years. Watch this episode on Youtube. After knocking the Beatles off the top of the charts they blazed a trail for the Australian groups that followed. They were of course The Seekers. In any area of show business, people who are not like anyone else, they're the ones who deserve to succeed.