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Judith Durham RIP

Discussion in 'music' started by Wolfmancatsup, Aug 6, 2022.

  1. Wolfmancatsup

    Wolfmancatsup Empire State Human

  2. Joolzdee

    Joolzdee pfm Member

    Sad to read this. My parents were big fans of the Seekers so they form some of my earliest memories of music.
    RIP
     
  3. Theo

    Theo pfm Member

    Oh that's really sad. I remember my parents having a couple of their albums, and as an 8-year old I often played them on my first little record player. I completely fell in love with the beautiful woman on the album cover.

    RIP Judith.
     
  4. Jamie

    Jamie pfm Member

    RIP Judith. You had a fabulous voice.

    This is a bit spooky for me to see this, as I flew to Cyprus on holiday on Wednesday afternoon. During the flight, I was playing bits of various 'Best of' compilations, one of which was the Seekers. I recalled while playing them that Judith had many health issues in the past, and I wondered if she was still alive. Seems I now have the answer.

    Fantastic range on this:
     
  5. Olaup

    Olaup pfm Member

    As a long haired youth in the 70s I could not let it be known that I loved both Judith Durham & Karen Carpenters voices on most stuff that would have been called MOR.

    Sad news but she had a good innings & will be remembered by a lot of people throughout the world.
     
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  6. monkfish

    monkfish Tory enabler

    RIP Judith, I loved her vocals and their harmony singing, they were still sounding good on their
    farewell tour in 2013.

     
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  7. Wolfmancatsup

    Wolfmancatsup Empire State Human

    I was long haired in the 70s too, but never hid my love for The Carpenters! Saw them twice in the week that they played the Palladium in, I think, 1976.
     
  8. Andy Stephenson

    Andy Stephenson pfm Member

    What a voice! Lovely harmonies too. One of my mother's best albums that I played often.

    As a band should have been much bigger.

    RIP Judith
     
  9. monkfish

    monkfish Tory enabler

    They were eclipsed by the new seekers and all that coca cola shite.
     
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  10. JohnyT

    JohnyT Active Member

    Sad too see her go.
     
  11. Snufkin

    Snufkin pfm Member

    The Seekers had class, as for the New Seekers….hmmmm.

    RIP Judith
     

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