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The New Seekers' 1972 tour of the UK kicked off in Edinburgh shortly after the group had performed at the Usher Hall in the Eurovision Song Contest. On 12th April the tour took them to the Royal Albert Hall. The concert was filmed for television and released, years later, on video and DVD.

In May 2003 a compilation DVD of Eurovision hits was relead, which featured the New Seekers singing Beg, Steal Or Borrow. This recording was taken from a TV appearance and was not the group's performance at the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest. The "real" Eurovision recording was finally released two-and-a-half years later on a DVD celebrating the contest's 50th anniversary.

Several of the New Seekers other TV appearances have lo been released on DVD, including some of their appearances on European pop shows as well as their guest slots on variety shows in the UK. Notable amongst these are: We've Got To Do It Now, performed on Series 3 of The Two Ronnies, and You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me, recorded for the 1973 Morecambe & Wise Christmas Special. For more information follow the links below:

If you're missing any of these DVDs or videos from your collection, try finding them using the On the Net guide to record collecting.

Check the other Sound and Vision pages for information on the New Seekers' other recordings.


Albums:
Japanese Albums
UK Albums
US Albums
Compilation Albums
Collectors' Items
Singles
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Television
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The New Seekers at the Royal Albert Hall (video cover).

The New Seekers
at the
Royal Albert Hall

(Castle Hendring)


The New Seekers
at the Royal Albert Hall
 

Tracks:
Never Ending Song Of Love (Never Ending Love) | Look What They've Done To My Song, Ma | Georgy Girl / Ticket To Ride (Georgie Girl) | When I Was Small | I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing | I Can Say You're Beautiful (I Can See You're Beautiful) | Nickel Song (The Nickelodeon Song) | Streets Of London | Circles (All My Life's A Circle) | Good Old Fashioned Music | Beautiful People | I'm A Nut (Ever Since You Told Me You Loved Me) | Beg, Steal Or Borrow

Highlights from the New Seekers' concert at the Royal Albert Hall, featuring Lyn Paul singing solo on I'm A Nut and sharing the lead vocal with Peter Doyle on Beg, Steal Or Borrow and When I Was Small.

The track listing on the sleeve of the video does not give all of the songs by their correct titles. Circles, for example, is listed as All My Life's A Circle and I'm A Nut is re-titled Ever Since You Told Me You Loved Me. The misquoted titles are listed in brackets.

Issued by: Castle Hendring
Release date: Unknown


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In Concert at the Royal Albert Hall (video cover).

The New Seekers
in concert
at the
Royal Albert Hall

(Portland Films)


The New Seekers
in concert at the Royal Albert Hall
 

Tracks:
Never Ending Song Of Love (Never Ending Love) | I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing | Look What They've Done To My Song, Ma | Georgy Girl / Ticket To Ride (Georgie Girl) | When I Was Small | I Can Say You're Beautiful (Sing A Little Song) | Nickel Song | Streets Of London | Circles (All My Life's A Circle) | Good Old Fashioned Music | Beautiful People | I'm A Nut (Ever Since You Told Me That You Love Me) | Beg, Steal Or Borrow

Highlights from the New Seekers' concert at the Royal Albert Hall, featuring Lyn Paul singing solo on I'm A Nut and sharing the lead vocal with Peter Doyle on Beg, Steal Or Borrow and When I Was Small.

The track listing on the sleeve of the video does not give all of the songs by their correct titles. Circles, for example, is listed as All My Life's A Circle and I'm A Nut is re-titled Ever Since You Told Me That You Love Me. The misquoted titles are listed in brackets.

Issued by: Portland Films
Release date: Unknown


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The New Seekers
 

Tracks:

Never Ending Song Of Love
Look What They've Done To My Song, Ma
Georgy Girl / Ticket To Ride
When I Was Small
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing
I Can Say You're Beautiful
Nickel Song
Streets Of London
Circles
Good Old Fashioned Music
Beautiful People
I'm A Nut
Beg, Steal Or Borrow

Thirteen tracks from the New Seekers' concert at the Royal Albert Hall, featuring Lyn Paul singing solo on I'm a Nut and sharing the lead vocal with Peter Doyle on Beg, Steal Or Borrow and When I Was Small.

Issued by: Audiovisual Enterprises Ltd.
Catalogue Number: AV81005
Release date: 5th May 2003

New Seekers
Live at the Albert Hall
(DVD cover).

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


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Live at the Royal Albert Hall (DVD cover).

The New Seekers
Live at the
Royal Albert Hall

(QLDVD6497)


The New Seekers
 

Tracks:
Never Ending Song Of Love (Never Ending Love) | Look What They've Done To My Song, Ma | Georgy Girl / Ticket To Ride (Georgie Girl) | When I Was Small | I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing | I Can Say You're Beautiful (I Can See That You Are Beautiful) | Nickel Song (The Nickelodeon Song) | Streets Of London | Circles (All My Life's A Circle) | Good Old Fashioned Music (Good Old Old Fashioned Music) | Beautiful People | I'm A Nut (Ever Since You Told Me You Loved Me) | Beg, Steal Or Borrow

In June 2006 the New Seekers' 1972 concert at the Royal Albert Hall was re-released on DVD. As with previous video releases, the track listing on the sleeve does not give all of the songs by their correct titles. Nickel Song, for example, is listed as The Nickelodeon Song and I'm A Nut is re-titled Ever Since You Told Me You Loved Me. The misquoted titles are listed in brackets. The DVD includes a biography, discography and lyrics to some of the songs.

The DVD was released in the United States in 2008.

Issued by: Quantum Leap Group Limited (UK, Region 2) / ATA Trading Corp. (USA, Region 1)
Catalogue Number: QLDVD6497 (Region 2) / 022891469599 (Region 1(
Release date: 26th June 2006 (Region 2) / 19th February 2008 (Region 1)


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The New Seekers Story (video cover).

The New Seekers Story
starring
Eve Graham
(video cover)


The New Seekers Story
 

Tracks:
Excerpts from: I'll Never Find Another You | Georgy Girl | The Carnival Is Over | Never Ending Song Of Love | Beg, Steal Or Borrow.
Full length versions of: The Hungry Years | I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) | The Mountains

A short video made by Eve Graham many years after she had left the New Seekers. The video was distributed to UK club owners and is not commercially available.

Eve, who is filmed in cabaret wearing a dress she once wore on stage with the New Seekers, looks back on the good old days with nostalgia:

"Those were special days, days I'll never forget. Do I miss them? Well sometimes, yes I suppose I do. Like tonight, when all the memories just come flooding back."

Eve sings three of The Seekers' hits and three by the New Seekers. After I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing she comments: "I still like that song and I don't care who knows it!"

Eve also sings Neil Sedaka's The Hungry Years and a homecoming song (complete with bagpipes) about returning to the mountains of her childhood.

Eve's husband Kevin Finn (who was known as Danny Finn when he was a member of the New Seekers) is featured playing guitar and singing backing vocals.

Issued by: Millennium Artistes Management Limited
Release date: Unknown


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Disco, Licht Aus - Spot An: Vol. 1 (DVD cover).

Das Beste Aus Disco,
Licht Aus - Spot An,
Vol. 1

(Universal
981780-2)


Das Beste Aus Disco, Licht Aus - Spot An: Vol. 1
 

Tracks:
Barry Ryan, Eloise | Elton John, Daniel | New Seekers, Never Ending Song Of Love | Randy Pie, Highway Driver | Mouth & MacNeal, How Do You Do | Demis Roussos, Goodbye My Love Goodbye | Millie, My Boy Lollipop | The Rubettes, Sugar Baby Love | Kenny, Hot Lips | Sparks, This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Us | The Rubettes, Juke Box Drive | Marianne Faithfull, The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan | Soft Cell, Tainted Love | Robert Palmer, Johnny And Mary | Thom Pace, Maybe | Marti Webb, Take That Look Off Your Face | Chris de Burgh, The Traveller | Lipps Inc., Funky Town | The Rattles, Devil's On The Loose | Frumpy, Life Without Pain Juke Box Jive|

Issued by: Universal
Catalogue number: 981780-2
Release date: 19th April 2004


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Top 40 1973-1974 (DVD cover).

40 Jaar
Top 40 1973-1974

(Universal TV)

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40 Jaar Top 40 1973-1974
 

Tracks - 1973: Osmonds, Crazy Horses | Chi Coltrane, Go Like Elijah | Moody Blues, I'm Just A Singer (In A Rock 'n' Roll Band) | New Seekers, Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me | Demis Roussos, Forever And Ever | Dawn, Tie A Yellow Ribbon (Round The Old Oak Tree) | Sharif Dean, Do You Love Me | Albert Hammond, The Free Electric Band | Golden Earring, Radar Love | Hollies, The Day That Curly Billy Shot Down Crazy Sam McGee | 1974: Stealers Wheel, Star | Mud, Dynamite | Terry Jacks, Seasons In The Sun | Rubettes, Sugar Baby Love | Bobby Goldsboro, Hello Summertime | George McCrea, Rock Your Baby | Les Reed Orchestra, Man Of Action | Paul Anka, (You're) Having My Baby | Sweet Sensation, Sad Sweet Dreamer | Billy Swan, I Can Help

This is a double-disc package featuring 10 hits from 1973 and 10 from 1974 presented on DVD and CD.

In 1973 the New Seekers made a promotional video to accompany their single Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me. The group habitually promoted their singles by making appearances on national TV variety shows and pop programmes. Video, however, had the potential to bring a group to an international audience. This potential was realised later in the '70s by groups such as ABBA and Queen, who established the format as the accepted norm for promoting singles.

The video for Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me (Track 4 on both the DVD and CD) was filmed against a black background, with the group members picked out from the shadows by dramatic lighting. In this regard, it bears stylistic similarities to the video that Queen later made for Bohemian Rhapsody. The camera goes mostly for head shots, picking out the group members as individuals or as pairs: Eve and Marty singing How do you think he does it? I don't know. What makes him so good?; Lyn and Peter singing See me, feel me, touch me, heal me. During the first half of the video the shots of the group are interspliced with footage of someone playing a pinball machine.

Issued by: Universal TV (a Division of Universal Music)
Catalogue number: 981 937 0
Release date: 12th October 2004


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The Golden Years (DVD cover).

The Golden Years
In Concert
Vol. 4


The Golden Years in Concert, Vol. 4
 

Tracks: Chubby Checker, I'm A Man, The Twist, Pony Time, Hound Dog, Maybelline, My Bonnie Maronie, I Saw Her Standing There, Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On, Let's Twist Again | Billy Joe Royal, | Foundations, Baby Now That I've Found You, Build Me Up Buttercup | Chris Farlowe, All Or Nothing, Out Of Time | New Seekers, Never Ending Song Of Love, What Have They Done To My Song, Ma, Beg, Steal Or Borrow, I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing | Christie, Yellow River | Love Affair, Everlasting Love | Tommy Roe, Sheila, Dizzy | Dave Berry, Oh Mama (Mama), Little Things, This Strange Effect | Marmalade, Reflections Of My Life, Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da | Andre Brasseur, Early Bird, The Kid, Studio 17

A DVD featuring four tracks by the New Seekers, recorded live in concert in Antwerp on 28th March 1998. Bizarrely, one of the photos of the New Seekers on the front cover of the DVD isn't the New Seekers at all, but the seven-piece US group that was licensed to use the New Seekers' name in the 1980s.

Note: Lyn Paul was not a member of the New Seekers when this concert was recorded.

Issued by: Hot Town
Catalogue number: PVD 6073/2
Release date: 2005


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Video Hits Collection, Volume 3 (video cover),

Video Hits
Collection 3

(VC 4021)


Video Hits Collection 3
 

A compilation of videos including the Ferry Aid single Let It Be, featuring Bananarama, Boy George, the New Seekers (minus Lyn Paul), the Nolans, Hazel O'Connor, Wham and others.

The compilation also included videos by: Jackie Wilson, Mel & Kim, Nick Kamen, Erasure, Depeche Mode, The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Cult, Glenn Hoddle and Chris Waddle, Elkie Brooks, Taffy, Vesta Williams, The Blow Monkeys and Simply Red.

Issued by: Wienerworld
Catalogue number: VC 4021
Release date: 1987


Ferry Aid (photo from the 'Let It Be' video).

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Biographies

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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