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Seekers Seen In Green

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Download links and information about Seekers Seen In Green by The Seekers. This album was released in 1967 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:02:55 minutes.

Artist: The Seekers
Release date: 1967
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:02:55
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Love Is Kind, Love Is Wine (Mono;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:31
2. The Sad Cloud (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 2:56
3. 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 2:18
4. If You Go Away (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 4:04
5. All I Can Remember (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 1:57
6. Chase a Rainbow (Follow Your Dream) (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 2:28
7. Angeline Is Always Friday (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 2:44
8. On the Other Side (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 2:17
9. Cloudy (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 2:18
10. Can't Make Up My Mind (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 2:20
11. Rattler (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 2:52
12. Colours of My Life (1999 Digital Remaster;Mono) 2:44
13. Love Is Kind, Love Is Wine (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:30
14. The Sad Cloud (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:56
15. 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:19
16. If You Go Away (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 4:07
17. All I Can Remember (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 1:57
18. Chase a Rainbow (Follow Your Dream) (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:29
19. Angeline Is Always Friday (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:45
20. On the Other Side (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:17
21. Cloudy (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:19
22. Can't Make Up My Mind (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:21
23. Rattler (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:52
24. Colours of My Life (Stereo;1999 Digital Remaster) 2:34

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The Seekers' fourth American album was nothing out of the ordinary, for either the group or pop music in general. The pleasant folk-pop harmonic blend was seasoned by orchestration, including trombone, harpsichord, trumpet, clarinet, flute, and celeste. About half of the material was original, but Bruce Woodley penned a couple of interesting collaborations with Paul Simon ("Cloudy") and Tom Paxton ("Angeline Is Always Friday"). One outside contribution was Kenny Young's "When the Good Apples Fall," which gave the group their last big British hit.