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On the net aims to provide links to the best of the web for Music, Film, Theatre, Television and News.

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News Links
Radio Links
Television and Film Links
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Who said that?

If our Links don't satisfy your curiosity, try the Search page, where you'll find links to a good selection of Search Engines and Web Guides.

If you spot any broken links or you've come across a website you think we should add, please send us an e-mail to let us know.

Music Links

This page provides links to Music resources on the net, which either include information about Lyn Paul and the New Seekers or which help to set Lyn's career in context.

Music Websites
The Sixties and the Seekers
The Seventies and the New Seekers
Eurovision Song Contest
Vocal Harmony Pop Groups and Duos
Women In Music
Record Collecting

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The Sixties and the Seekers

The Sixties

Backdate • The Sixties and Seventies
45 rpm
My Generation: The UK 60's Music Page
Sounds of the '60s
The UK Number Ones: 1960-1964
The UK Number Ones: 1965-1969

Sixties Psychedelia

Marmalade Skies
Sweet Floral Albion

The Seekers

Judith Durham • The Official Web Site
Judith Durham Official on Facebook
Judith Durham: The non-Seekers years
The Seekers Facebook Group
45rpm: The Seekers
Milesago: The Seekers
David Smith's Seekers site
The World Of The Seekers
Yahoo! Groups: surfinseekers

The Seekers.

The Seekers
Photo used with kind permission of
Patrick's Judith Durham: The Seekers website.

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Who said that?

The Music Business

Music is spiritual. The music business is not.
Van Morrison

I don't know anything about music. In my line, you don't have to.
Elvis Presley

What happens in the music business is that if you step out of your little spot to do something else, the sand falls right into where you stood and you're gone, you're history.
Nancy Sinatra

... in the music industry a legend is usually no more than someone with two consecutive hit singles.
Garry Trudeau

Quotes, quotes and more quotes

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