The Seekers Multimedia Gallery - 3 -
Part three of the gallery covers the period from 1968 through the various solo projects of the Seventies.
After The Seekers split in 1968, Keith Potger was the first to release a solo single - 'The World would never turn again'' . Have a listen - it's a fine example of Keith's melodic voice.
Keith went on to form 'The New Seekers', who had great success in the early 70's. They are probably best known for their #1 hit, 'I'd like to teach the World to sing', but here is an early recording with Keith on lead vocal singing Lennon/McCartneys' Here, there and Everywhere'.
Bruce Woodley's first solo work came in the form of a children's book and EP entitled 'Friday Street Fantasy'. From the EP came 'Friday Man' and 'Little Miss Sorrow, Child of Tomorrow' - reminiscent of The Seekers 'Seen in Green' album.
Meanwhile, Judith was busy too. During the early 70's, she recorded 3 albums for A&M records in the UK. These contained some wonderful ballads, some written by Judith and her husband, Ron Edgeworth. The song featured here is 'Kaleidoscope'.
Judith and Ron's excellent 'Hottest Band in Town' album, first released in 1973, marked a return to her first love - jazz! It has now been re-mastered and is available on CD, along with their two other jazz albums of the 70's. To get hold of this 3CD set, which features Judith at her very best, follow the links on the CD and DVD page. The sounclip features 'I wanna Dance to Your Music' and the video clip segues from this song to 'Cakewalkin' babies from Home'.
Next Page (Group projects with 'Guest' singers
Page 5 - The 1993 Seekers reunion
Return to "The World of The Seekers"