The Seekers Multimedia Gallery - The Hits -
The Video clips on this page are from the 60's specials, 'The World of The Seekers', and 'The Seekers at Home and Down Under' which are now available on DVD .
The follow-up single was also penned by Tom Springfield and was another big hit in the UK and Australia. Judith added the Autoharp to the uplifting sound of 'A World of Our Own'.
The next offering was a departure from the sunny, upbeat style of the previous Seekers hits. Based on a Russian melody, 'The Carnival is over' was deservedly another number one hit.
The Seekers' 1966 Christmas single was their second recorded version of a lullaby written by Malvina Reynolds entitled 'Morningtown Ride'. This song has since been learned and sung by Children all over the World.
Five Seekers studio albums were released between 1965-67. Some of the tracks from these have become almost as familiar as the hit singles. A beautiful example of this is 'Colours of My Life' from the 'Seen in Green' Album (1967).
In 1967, The Seekers releaased their biggest selling single. Written by Tom Springfield and Jim Dale (of 'Carry on' fame) 'Georgy Girl', was the title song from the film starring Lynn Redgrave and made it to number one in America as well as in Britain and Australasia.
The last big hit for the group came in 1967 - 'When will the Good Apples Fall'.
In July 1968, The Seekers performed a Farewell concert which was televised by the BBC.
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