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Songbook 1970-1974

The New Seekers

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1970s - simple and enjoyable

Found this by chance and have been flown back to college days, folk clubs and "music". Excellent value. Treat yourself and you'll definitely be treated!

Wonderfully Nostalgic!

Takes me back to when Marty Kristian was the only man for me!! Great songs, great music to get you back to the '70's - a must for past NS fans!!

Great Music However...

£13.99 iTunes this is expensive. The quality of the music is great and takes me back to listening to the radio when I was 6 or 7 there are songs from my childhood here. Quite an underrated group if you think about it. Great harmonies, could play their instruments, whether they were put together I don't know but it worked. It's great this is available on iTunes but I think if you do a little browsing of the other items available by the New Seekers on here you might find it a little cheaper. Otherwise great group, great songs.


Formed: 1969

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Known chiefly for making a Coca-Cola jingle into a massive worldwide hit, the New Seekers ostensibly grew out of the ashes of the Australian folk-rock outfit the Seekers ("Georgy Girl"). Although their clear harmonies, pop leanings, and squeaky-clean image were similar to the original band, their actual connection was tenuous at best. After the Seekers disbanded, guitarist/vocalist Keith Potger put together an otherwise completely new band in late 1969: female vocalists Eve Graham and Sally Graham...
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