The Seekers, as we know them, were formed in 1962, when Judith Durham, a young jazz singer, met Athol Guy, who sang and played bass in a folk trio called The Seekers with Bruce Woodley and Keith Potger. Judith was invited to join the boys that night, in a coffee bar in South Yarra (a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) called the Treble Clef. The trio went through their repertoire, and Judith joined in and improvised, creating the distinctive sound which would bring them so much success over the next few years. Potger went on to manufacture The New Seekers after the split of the Seekers.
The Pleasure Seekers is the third album recorded by American band The System, released in the United States under the Mirage-Atlantic label. The album was produced by its band members, namely David Frank and Mic Murphy. Commercially successful singles from this album include "The Pleasure Seekers" and "This Is for You". The album entered the Billboard R&B Albums chart in 1985. Guest vocals on "The Pleasure Seekers" song include Audrey Wheeler of Unlimited Touch. All songs written by Frank and Murphy.
The Seekers were an Australian folk music group formed in 1962 consisting of Athol Guy, Keith Potger, Bruce Woodley and Judith Durham. The quartet was active between 1962 and 1968, which was when Durham left the group. The group re-formed in the early 1970s and recruited Louisa Wisseling to provide vocals. The group disbanded again in 1978. In 1988, the group re-formed with Julie Anthony and Karen Knowles providing vocals
The Seekers is the seventh studio album by Australian group the Seekers. The album was released in May 1975. Louisa Wisseling provided the vocals. It was the first The Seekers' album not to feature the vocals of Judith Durham. The lead single "Sparrow Song" was released in May 1975, peaking at number 7 on the Kent Music Report. A second single "Reunion" was released in November 1975 and peaked at number 83.
This Is the Seekers Album Cover Art. The Seekers. 6 Open Up Them Pearly Gates. length: 2:15 performer: The Seekers arranger: The Seekers. 7 Music of the World A’turnin’.
Writers Doug Kershaw. More The Seekers albums. Morningtown Ride to Christmas. Show all albums by The Seekers. This Is. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
Features Song Lyrics for The Seekers's This Is album. Note: When you embed the widget in your site, it will match your site's styles (CSS). The Seekers - This Is Album Lyrics. 1. Colours of My Life Lyrics.
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. 1966 - Come the Day. Come The Day Island Of Dreams The Last Thing On My Mind All Over The World Red Rubber Ball Well Well Well Georgy Girl Yesterday I Wish You Could Be Here Turn, Turn, Turn Louisiana Man California Dreamin'. 1967 - Seekers Seen in Green
|Love Is Kind, Love Is Wine|
|Colours Of My Life|
|Open Up Them Pearly Gates|
|Music Of The World A 'Turnin'|
|All Over The World|
|Someday, One Day|
|Just A Closer Walk With Thee|
|Four Strong Winds|
|Come The Day|
|You Can Tell The World|
|We're Moving On|
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