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THE GOLDEN JUBILEE ALBUM - SEEKERS
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Audio CD, CD, 27 November 2012
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12.4 x 14.3 x 1.19 cm; 130.12 Grams
- Manufacturer : EMI
- Manufacturer reference : CDEMI12122
- Original Release Date : 2012
- Label : EMI
- ASIN : B00A5A6DSS
- Number of discs : 2
- Best Sellers Rank: 9,346 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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On December 3, 2012 The Seekers celebrate their 50th Anniversary. It will be fifty years to the day that Judith Durham started her new job at an advertising agency in Melbourne and met Account Executive Athol Guy who invited her to sit in with his mates Keith Potger and Bruce Woodley and perform in a little Melbourne coffee lounge called 'Treble Clef'. Fifty years on and The Seekers are still touching hearts and souls of fans. A golden jubilee is an extraordinary milestone made more so by the fact that The Seekers are still performing and recording in their original line up. Coinciding with this milestone, a brand new commemorative 2CD package is being released featuring 50 of the band's most popular songs including 'Georgy Girl', 'Morningtown Ride', 'A World Of Our Own' and 'I'll Never Find Another You'. The Seekers have also recorded two brand new tracks which open this unique '50 tracks for 50 years' Golden Jubilee Album. The Seekers have put their own stamp on the 1962 chart topper 'Silver Threads And Golden Needles'.
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I bought this just for the first 12 tracks because I already had all the others (and more) on the excellent collection All Bound For Morningtown (Their EMI Recordings 1964-1968) , which I would also recommend.
The group sang many of these 12 tracks at their recent concerts and the great thing is that they are all just as good as anything they recorded back in the 1960s. They include great covers of songs like the Beatles' In My Life and the Bee Gees' Massachusetts and a lot of other excellent songs that were previously unknown to me like Gotta Love Someone, The Bush Girl, Far Shore and I Am Australian.
I appreciate the Seekers far more now than I did in their heyday when I was more into the likes of the Beatles, the Who, the Stones and the Kinks. Judith's uniquely beautiful voice supported by Athol, Bruce and Keith's harmonies add up to a sensational sound, and the songs themselves are just fabulous.
This album, together with All Abound For Morningtown and Judith's solo album Colours Of My Life , are constantly on my playlist these days. However, if you just want one Seekers album, this Golden Jubilee album is probably the best choice.
Not as good as being at their live concert in Royal Albert Hall was, but a real treasure of happy memories of a simply fantastic group.
Unsurpassable! Age has not changed this blend of great singers , musicians and songwriters. Even better now than 50 years ago !!!! A must have album for any Seekers fans.
BUT NOW I THINK THEY ARE AND WERE VERY GOOD INDEED