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The New Seekers' early record releases in Japan were manufactured in Tokyo by Nippon Phonogram Co. Ltd. and were issued on the Philips label. Later albums were released on Polydor.


If any of the New Seekers' Japanese albums are missing from your collection, then why not try finding them using our On the Net guide to record collecting?

When describing Japanese albums online retailers will often specify that they are supplied "with OBI". An OBI is a paper strip, usually wrapped around the left corner of LPs or CDs. Its main purpose is to translate the album's title into Japanese and to give additional information on the product.

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Beautiful People Obi.

Beautiful People
 

Side 1:
One | Beautiful People | Never Ending Song Of Love | Look What You've Done | When There's No Love Left | There's A Light

Side 2:
Blackberry Way | Cincinnati | Eighteen Carat Friend | Ain't Love Easy | Your Song | I'll Be Home

The New Seekers' album Beautiful People was released in Japan with a different sleeve from the US and UK versions and was accompanied by a lyric sheet. The tracks on the album were identical to those on the UK album and followed the same sequence.

Produced by: David Mackay
Arranged by: Bill Shepherd and David Mackay

Catalogue Number: Philips SFX-7364
Originally Released: 1971 (date not specified on album)


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New Colours
 

Side 1:
Doggone My Soul (How I Love Them Old Songs) | Evergreen | Something In The Way He Moves | Sweet Louise | Good Old Fashioned Music | Move Me Lord

Side 2:
No Mans Land | Child Of Mine | Tonight | Lay Me Down | Too Many Trips To Nowhere | Boom Town

New Colours (Japanese album cover).The Japanese version of New Colours contained the same tracks as it's UK counterpart, although in Japan the album was released on the Philips label, not Polydor, and the album cover, though very similar, used different colours on the "New Seekers" logo.

Produced by: David Mackay
Arranged by: David Mackay

Catalogue Number: Philips SFX-7435
Released: 1971 (date not specified on album)


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The Best Of The New Seekers (Philips FD-93).

The Best Of
The New Seekers

(Philips FD-93)

The Best Of The New Seekers
 

The New Seekers pictured in concert on the back of the album sleeve of  'The Best Of The New Seekers' (Philips FD-93)Side 1:
Never Ending Song Of Love | When There's No Love Left | Sweet Louise | Cincinnati | Nickel Song | Move Me Lord | Your Song

Side 2:
Mrs. Robinson | All Right My Love | Beautiful People | Tonight | Lay Me Down | Boom Town | What Have They Done To My Song, Ma

A 14-track compilation of the New Seekers' early hits. Gatefold sleeve with song lyrics and a centrespread poster of the New Seekers. The back of the album sleeve featured a photograph of the New Seekers in concert.

Catalogue Number: Philips FD-93
Originally Released: 1971


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We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing
 

Side 1:
Dance, Dance, Dance | Georgy Girl / Ticket To Ride | I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) | Changes IV | One By One | I Can Say You're Beautiful

Side 2:
Beg, Steal Or Borrow | The World I Wish For You | Wanderer's Song | Just An Old Fashioned Love Song | Songs Of Praise | Mystic Queen

The UK and the Japanese versions of this album had identical track listings and shared the same artwork on the sleeve (the front cover featured a photo of the New Seekers' superimposed on a background shot of Edinburgh Castle). The Japanese version is accompanied by a lyric sheet.

Produced by: David Mackay
Arranged by: David Mackay

Catalogue Number: Philips RJ-5025
Released: 1972 (date not specified on album)


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Circles Obi.

Circles
 

Side 1:
Circles | I Saw The Light | Day By Day | Morning Has Broken | Idaho | Unwithered Rose

Side 2:
Holy Rolling | Beautiful | Blowin' In The Wind | Song Sung Blue | Don't Want To Lose You | Reap What You Sow | I'll Be Your Song

The UK album Circles had an elaborate circular fold-out sleeve. The Japanese version was more plainly packaged but included a lyric sheet.

Produced by: David Mackay
Arranged by: David Mackay

Catalogue Number: Philips RJ-5054
Released: 1972 (date not specified on album)


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Live at the Royal Albert Hall
 

Side 1:
There's A Light (Hans Poulsen) | One (Harry Nilsson) | Look What They've Done To My Song, Ma (Melanie Safka) | Marty introduces the New Seekers | Georgy Girl / Ticket To Ride (Tom Springfield, Jim Dale / John Lennon, Paul McCartney) | Never Ending Song Of Love (Delaney Bramlett)

Side 2:
Fire and Rain / My Sweet Lord (James Taylor / George Harrison) | When I Was Small (M. Shekter) | Nickel Song (Melanie Safka) | Peter introduces one of his own songs ... I Can Say You're Beautiful (Peter Doyle) | Paul and his Napoleon character | I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (Bill Backer, Billy Davis, Roger Greenaway, Roger Cook)

Side 3:
I'm A Train (Albert Hammond, Mike Hazelwood) | Circles (Harry Chapin) | Blackberry Way (Roy Wood) | Beautiful People (Melanie Safka) | Good Old Fashioned Music (Gary Sulsh, Stuart Leathwood) | I'll Be Home (Randy Newman)

Side 4:
Tonight (Roy Wood) | Angel Of The Morning (Chip Taylor) | Get Ourselves Together / Someday (Bonnie Bramlett, Carl Radle / J. Allison, Bonnie Bramlett, D. Gilmore) | When There's No Love Left (Brian Peacock, Rob Lovett) | Lyn gets to do her thing ... I'm A Nut (Leroy Pullins) | Beg, Steal Or Borrow (Tony Hall, Graeme Miller, Steve Wolfe)

The tracks on the Japanese version of this album are identical to those on the UK release.

Produced by: David Mackay
Arranged by: David Mackay

Catalogue Number: Philips FD 92 33 4
Released: 1972


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Together
 

Side 1:
Friends Medley: Friends / With A Little Help From My Friends | You're the One | Cryin' Time | The Greatest Song I've Ever Heard | I Get A Little Sentimental Over You ** | Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show | You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me *

Side 2:
Melting Pot | Fire and Rain Medley: Fire & Rain / My Sweet Lord / Day By Day | Here, There And Everywhere | Brand New Day * | Come On World | Vado Via * | Dedicated To The One I Love

The Japanese version of Together had an identical track-listing to the UK album. The front cover of the album sleeve, however, was a different colour and was accompanied by a lyric sheet, which was not included with the UK release.

Produced by: Michael Lloyd / Tommy Oliver * / Tommy Oliver and Tony Macaulay **
Arranged by: Tommy Oliver / Gerry Shury * / Gerry Shury **

Catalogue Number: Polydor MP 2362
Released: 1974 (date not specified on album)


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In Perfect Harmony
 

Side 1:
Overture | Beg, Steal Or Borrow | Reaching Our For Someone | I Saw The Light | Rain | I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing

Side 2:
Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me | Everything Changing | Good Old Fashioned Music | Song Sung Blue | Day By Day | Goodbye Is Just Another Word

A compilation of original recordings featuring many of the New Seekers' hits. The tracks on the album differ markedly from the UK version of this album.

Catalogue Number: Polydor MP 2406
Released: Date not specified on album



In Perfect Harmony (album cover).

New Seekers,
In Perfect Harmony

Pictured (left to right):
Paul Layton, Eve Graham, Peter Doyle, Lyn Paul and Marty Kristian.

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We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing
 

Side 1:
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing | Georgy Girl / Ticket To Ride | Never Ending Song Of Love | Mrs. Robinson | Beautiful People | Gentle On My Mind | Dance, Dance, Dance | Changes IV | One By One | I Can Say You're Beautiful

Side 2:
Beg, Steal Or Borrow | Just An Old Fashioned Love Song | Mystic Queen | Your Song | Here, There And Everywhere | Tonight | What Have They Done To My Song, Ma | The World I Wish For You | Wanderer's Song | Song Of Praise (sic)

A compilation of original recordings featuring twenty tracks from four of the New Seekers' original UK albums: Keith Potger & the New Seekers (4 tracks), Beautiful People (3 tracks), New Colours (1 track) and We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (12 tracks). The album was made in Japan by Sunshine Co. Ltd.

Catalogue Number: Sunshine No: 112
Released: Date not specified on album


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Together Again
 

Side 1:
I Wanna Go Back | You Never Can Tell* | It's So Nice (To Have You Home)** | You Make Me Feel Like A Woman* | A Little Bit More | Party Time

Side 2:
The Seeker | Scorn Not His Simplicity | Don't Go Breaking My Heart | Country Lovin'* | Music Medley: Sing Me / I Believe In Music / I Got The Music In Me / Listen To The Music / Dance To The Music / Money Makes The World Go Around / Music

The New Seekers' comeback LP featuring Kathy Ann Rae in place of Lyn Paul. The Japanese release is essentially the same as the UK album, but issued on the Epic label rather than CBS.

Catalogue Number: Epic 25AP-583
Released: 1976

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Vivien Banks
Chris Barrington
Peter Doyle
Brian Engel
Danny Finn
Mick Flinn
Eve Graham
Sally Graham
Mark Hankins
Laurie Heath

Vikki James
Donna Jones
Nicola Kerr
Marty Kristian
Paul Layton
Peter Oliver
Keith Potger
Kathy Ann Rae
Francine Rees
Caitriona Walsh



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