A World of our Own - Columbia 1965
Highlight on the album is producer and songwriter Tom Springfield’s title track, which was also a big hit for the group. Another big favourite is the version of Jo Stafford’s hits from the 1950’s ”Allentown Jail”.
There are two Bob Dylan cover versions, ”Don’t Think Twice” and ”The Times are a’Changin’” – both quite nice but not significant.
Like with their early albums there are traditionals like ”The Leaving og Liverpool” and more recent folk/country songs by writers like Woody Guthrie and Bob Gibson. So to sum it up, this album could be described as transitional between the early traditional Seekers and the more modern Seekers, focusing more on contemporary and commercial songs, and here I clearly would argue that in the latter category is their most successful.