New Seekers
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New Seekers

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Albums
5

Biography

A British-Australian pop group The New Seekers was founded in 1969 in England by Keith Potger, ex-member of Australian band Seekers which had split before. Through the year New Seekers changed its line-up several times and a current one composes of Paul Layton, Donna Jones, Francine Rees, Mick Flynn and Mark Hankins. The band was popular at first in the USA with their top 20 hit What Have They Done to My Song Ma. The breakthrough in the UK happened in the beginning of 1970s when they released their first hit single number one Never Ending Song of Love. During their career they produced many hits including I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing, Beg, Steel or Borrow, Come Softly to Me, You Won’t Find Another Fool like Me. Today the band continues performing, like hosting the garden party at Buckingham Palace and giving the concert at The Tower of London. You can download in mp3 New Seekers collection of hits from our site.

Discography New Seekers

  Title Tracks Year Price  
Its Been Too Long: Greatest Hits
Its Been Too Long: Greatest Hits 22 2009 $1.65
Flashback, The Best Of The New Seekers
Flashback, The Best Of The New Seekers 18 2007 $1.89
Greatest Hits
Greatest Hits 15 1992 $1.58
We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing
We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing 12 1971 $1.26
Singles
Singles 22 $1.65
 

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