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The Best of the New Seekers

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The Best of the New Seekers

The Best of the New Seekers?, I count three u.k. chart releases, with at least ten bigger hits missing, This release has some excellent tracks, but to call it Best of is mis representation of a group who had world wide success, perhaps as a Sony release it only represents the Japanese market?. If you want better value for money buy "It's been too long - the greatest hits and more" which has almost all the u.k. releases -It omits "nevertheless (i'm in love with you)"- I would buy this release at a cheaper price if only for some unheard l.p. tracks. Best of?, I-tunes we need to talk.

Biography

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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