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The New Seekers ‎– "We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" - EKS 74115 - (Condition 80-85%) - LP Record
The New Seekers ‎– "We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" - EKS 74115 - (Condition 80-85%) - LP Record
The New Seekers ‎– "We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" - EKS 74115 - (Condition 80-85%) - LP Record
The New Seekers ‎– "We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" - EKS 74115 - (Condition 80-85%) - LP Record
The New Seekers ‎– "We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" - EKS 74115 - (Condition 80-85%) - LP Record
The New Seekers ‎– "We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" - EKS 74115 - (Condition 80-85%) - LP Record
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The New Seekers ‎– "We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" - EKS 74115 - (Condition 80-85%) - LP Record

We'd Like to Teach the World to Sing is the name given to two albums by UK pop group The New Seekers. The first of these, released in late 1971 was a repackaging of their previous album New Colours and was released in the US. The second version of the album was released in the UK and Europe in 1972 with a new line-up of tracks. Both albums however contained the song "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony)". Although the group had achieved success in America with their debut single, "Look What They've Done to My Song Ma", the group's following singles failed to fare as well, with the 1971 album New Colours missing the Billboard 200 completely. With the success in late 1971 of their single "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing" however, this album was repackaged with the single included and retitled. It then became their highest charting album, peaking at #37.Of the earlier album's 12 tracks, "Move Me Lord" was omitted from this version. Other singles released were "The Nickel Song" (which peaked at #81) and "Tonight". This version of the album was released on compact disc in 2003.

Record Details

Title

The New Seekers ‎– "We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" - EKS 74115

Singer

Peter, Marty, Eve & Lyn

Producer

David Mackay & Leon Henry

Genre

Private Songs

Language

English

Label

Elektra

Made In

Canada

Releasing Year

1971

Manufacture

Elektra Records Inc

Serial No.

EKS 74115

Side One

  • Tonight

Peter

  • Too Many Trips To Nowhere

Marty

  • Wanderer's Song

Peter

  • Boom-Town

Peter

  • Evergreen
  • I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)

Side Two

  • The Nickel Song

Eve

  • Lay Me Down

Lyn

  • No Man's Land

Lyn

  • Sweet Louise

Peter

  • Good Old Fashioned Music

Eve & Peter

  • Child Of Mine

Eve & Peter

Specification

Size

12 Inches

Speed

33 RPM

Record Condition

80-85%

Cover Condition

Excellent

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Producer
Producer - 1David Mackay
Producer - 2Leon Henry
Record Details
GenrePrivate Songs
LabelElectra
LanguageEnglish
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Singer
Singer - 1Peter
Singer - 2Marty
Singer - 3Eve
Singer - 4Lyn
Songs
Side1 - Song1Tonight
Side1 - Song2Too Many Trips To Nowhere
Side1 - Song3Wanderer's Song
Side1 - Song4Boom-Town
Side1 - Song5Evergreen
Side1 - Song6I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
Side2 - Song1The Nickel Song
Side2 - Song2Lay Me Down
Side2 - Song3No Man's Land
Side2 - Song4Sweet Louise
Side2 - Song5Good Old Fashioned Music
Side2 - Song6Child Of Mine