June’s Album of the Month is ‘Seekers Seen in Green’ and has been suggested by 92.7FM presenter John Svobodoa. The Seekers are an iconic Australian band from the 1960s, who captivated audiences worldwide with their harmonious blend of folk, pop, and easy listening music. One of their standout albums, “Seekers Seen in Green,” was released in 1967 and showcases their signature sound. This album features a mix of original songs and covers, all delivered with the Seekers’ trademark vocal harmonies and gentle, melodic instrumentation. Judith Durham’s clear, vibrant voice leads the way, supported beautifully by Athol Guy, Keith Potger, and Bruce Woodley. Tracks like “Love Is Kind, Love Is Wine” and “The Sad Cloud” reflect the group’s ability to weave poignant stories through their music. “Seekers Seen in Green” is a delightful listen, capturing the warmth and optimism of the 60s, and remains a testament to the Seekers’ enduring charm and musical talent. If you haven’t heard it yet, or it has been a long time since you had a listen, make sure you tune in through June as it’s a gem worth discovering!