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Paul Williams

 

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Jungle Ted at
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JEAN'S LITTLE STREET CAFE

NEW SEEKERS

Composed by Fugain-
Aufray-Buggy-Best
 
Produced & Arranged by
David Mackay

CDs
28 Great Songs
The New Seekers - 2 LPs on 1 CD
Songbook 1970-1974
Ultimate Collection

LP & Tapes
Circles (Elektra)

With lead vocals by Eve Graham, this was one of a few tracks only released in the US on vinyl.

 

 

JENNY DO YOU LIKE

PETER DOYLE

Remastered for Rarities by
Neil Gray

CD
Rarities

1st Released 29th May, 2004

Very little is known about this song.  According to the liner notes for the Rarities CD it may have been recorded in Soho about 1972

 

 

JOHNNY THE HUMMER

GRANDMA'S TONIC

Composer Jerry Fuller

Single
B side to Hi Hi Hazel
Astor A-7072

CD
Lost Tonic

1st Released
16th December, 1966

The B side for the first of two singles released by Grandma's Tonic with Peter singing the lead vocals

 

 

JUNGLE TED AND THE LACEYBUTTON POPPERS

Composed by Jonathan Hodge & Stuart Leathwood
Producer Jonathan Hodge

Single
B Side: It's Possible With Bert The Bear
EMI 2213
1st Released 1974


Jungle Ted and the Laceybuttonpoppers was the theme tune to the children's TV programme of the same name.  It was a short animation which had a short lifespan but as noted by TV fans' website TVcream the theme is still remembered.  Peter Doyle, who was not credited on the label, performed the vocals and brought the characters to life through his singing.

 

 

JUST AN OLD FASHIONED LOVE SONG

NEW SEEKERS

Composer P. Williams
Produced and Arranged by
David Mackay
1st Released 1972

EPs
Beg, Steal or Borrow
Circles

Lead Vocals: Lyn Paul

CDs
The Greatest Hits
Collection
The New Seekers - 2 LPs on 1 CD
Sentimental Seventies
Simply the Best

Ultimate
Collection

LPs & Tapes
20 Solid Gold Hits
Attention!
Best of the New Seekers (Readers' Digest)
Circles (Elektra)
In Perfect Harmony
We'd Like to Teach the World to Sing (Japan)
We'd Like to Teach the World to Sing (Polydor/Philips) 

A Paul Williams song originally entitled An Old Fashioned Love Song but for most of its New Seeker releases the word  “Just ” was added.

 

 

 

 

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Updated 21.05.2011

 

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