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The Quin-Tikis - Honky Tonk/Keep On Lovin' Me mp3 download
Performer: The Quin-Tikis
Title: Honky Tonk/Keep On Lovin' Me
Released: 1965
Rating: 4.4/5
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FLAC size: 1104 mb | MP3 size: 1406 mb | WMA size: 1244 mb
Genre: Rock / Pop

The Quin Tikis were a Maori rock 'n' roll showband who originated from Rotorua. They moved to Auckland and performed there for a little while before moving to Australia. They had an ever changing line-up, so listed are only the known members. Dora left and Keri Summers came in on vocals for the third single, "Honky Tonk"/"Keep On Lovin' Me", released as Keri, Sam and the Quin Tikis in 1965. They had one more single, released on Festival in 1967 called "You're The One"/"Vaya Con Dios". Other than that there were two albums released in 1968. Rim D Paul had a few more Australian singles in the late sixties and also a solo live album called "That's Live" recorded at the Playroom on the Gold Coast. Eddie Lowe went on to a very successful international solo career.

Profile: New Zealand Māori showband active from the early 1960s through to the early 1970s. Members: Eddie Low, Fred Summers, Gary Wahrlich, Keri Summers, Rim D. Paul, Rufus Rehu, Sam Mateparae, Weasel Taiaroa. Variations: Viewing All The Quin-Tikis. New Zealand's Premier Māori Showband (Album, Comp). Singles & EPs. Z45/1138. Rim D. Paul And The Quin-Tikis. Honky Tonk/Keep On Lovin' Me ‎(7", Single).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Sam And The Quin Tikis* Honky Tonk
Written-By – Doggett*, Butler*, Scott*, Shephard*
2:05
B Keri And The Quin Tikis* Keep On Lovin' Me
Written-By – Ivor Raymonde, Mike Hawker
2:33

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Philips Electrical Pty. Limited
  • Produced For – AM•RH Productions
  • Published By – D. Davis & Co Ltd ∙ Melbourne
  • Published By – World Artists

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): 270020 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): 270020 B