The Seekers recorded this Christmas album in June 2001, but the songs sound exactly as you would expect a Seekers Christmas album to sound. There have been a few changes of line-up down the years (even including a different lady also called Judith), but the line-up here includes at least three of the original members - Judith Durham, Keith Potger and Bruce Woodley. The fourth member is Athol Guy - I confess I can't remember whether he was the original fourth member or not.
Morningtown ride (to Christmas) is - as you would expect - an adaptation of one of their big hits of the sixties, but they haven't changed it much.
Once in Royal David's city is a lovely carol, which is very popular in Britain (and maybe Australia). The Seekers do it as a duet.
There are no lights on our Christmas tree (written in 1962) is not a song I remembere hearing before, and a song search fails to reveal another version. It's an amusing song about father and son wanting different things from Christmas, on which one of the men sing lead.
The remaining songs are mostly Christmas standards, with Judith as lead singer, sounding as good as ever.
This is essential for Seekers fans.