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1968 semi-documentary Australian television special featuring The Seekers.



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'We Shall Not Be Moved' was issued as the B side to their 3rd hit and 2nd #1 'The Carnival Is Over' in 1965.
The song gained popularity as a protest song.
The Seekers had become one of the most popular bands in the 60's after hits 'I'll Never Find Another You' and 'A World Of Our Own' their folksy blend of pop with Judith's super jazz influenced vocals proving a winner even during Beatlemania.


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Judith DURHAM - This is Your Life (1997)



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GOD BLESS HER SOUL


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From their first studio album since 1967, 'Future Road'.


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The Seekers - Children Go Where I Send You (Rare Early Stereo Recording)

This stereo version was created by group member Keith Potger in 1969 by adding instrumentation & harmonies to a demo the group had recorded 6 years earlier. It was released on LP, but to date remains unreleased on CD.



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"Open up Them Pearly Gates" was the original 45rpm B-side, released december, 1964




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The Seekers rare US TV clip (1965) - You can tell the World (Live, Stereo)