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A World of Our Own


Download links and information about A World of Our Own by The Seekers. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 31:58 minutes.

Artist: The Seekers
Release date: 1997
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 12
Duration: 31:58
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No. Title Length
1. A World of Our Own (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 2:45
2. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 3:08
3. The Leaving of Liverpool (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 2:56
4. This Land Is Your Land (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 2:38
5. Two Summers (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 2:51
6. The Times They Are a Changin' (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 2:37
7. Just a Closer Walk With Thee (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 3:22
8. Don't Tell Me My Mind (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 2:19
9. Allentown Jail (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 2:40
10. Four Strong Winds (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 3:28
11. You Can Tell the World (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 2:17
12. Whistling Rufus (Mono;1997 Digital Remaster) 0:57



The Seekers' second LP was built around their Top 20 hit "A World of Our Own," which, like "I'll Never Find Another You," had been written by Tom Springfield. (Curiously, "I'll Never Find Another You" was not included on either of the first two LPs, although it had been a hit before "A World of Our Own.") The title track is an acceptable pop-folk song in the "I'll Never Find Another You" fashion. But the rest is rather ho-hum fare in the style of Peter, Paul & Mary with a slightly more prominent beat. Bruce Woodley sneaks in with a couple of compositions, but most of this is traditional folk with far less pop flair than Tom Springfield's songs, such as "This Land Is Your Land," "Allentown Jail," "Just a Closer Walk With Thee," and "You Can Tell the World." A couple early Bob Dylan covers and a version of Ian Tyson's "Four Strong Winds" reinforce the sense of a group whose sound was still more suited for 1963 than 1965, on album at least.