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They signed to HMV in 1959 and recorded an album before moving to Zodiac and Viking. Their early recordings have provided an source of inspiration for several generations of New Zealand garage bands, and are often compiled. They have recorded continually for over 40 years, recording for at least a dozen labels over the years.
Slipping Away" is a 1975 single by Melbourne-based New Zealand group, Max Merritt and The Meteors. It was released as the second single from their album "A Little Easier" in September 1975, making no impression in Britain but giving Max Merritt the biggest hit of his career in Oceania, peaking at N. in Australia and N. in NZ. "That song struck a chord with a lot of people," Max said, "and I’m very proud of it. It has been very good to m.
Redirected from Max Merritt and the Meteors). Max Merritt (born Maxwell James Merritt, 30 April 1941 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a New Zealand-born singer-songwriter and guitarist who is renowned as an interpreter of soul music and R&B.
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Max Merritt was born in Christchurch on 30th April 1941 and by his early teenage years was engrossed in music, beginning guitar lessons at the age of twelve. By the mid-fifties, rock and roll had exploded around the world and Max was quite taken by the styles and sounds of Elvis Presley and Bill Haley. The Christchurch Teenagers Club held in the Railway Hall in Sydenham, became so popular that up to 900 youngsters attended the dances held between 1pm and 6pm. For a charge of two shillings and sixpence, dance-goers were treated to music provided by a teenage Max Merritt and the Meteors, while a buffet tea of scones, sandwiches and hot saveloys was served by Mrs Merritt and her daughter Pam. Along with gigs at the Teenage Club, Max and the boys played many shows and charity concerts organised by Trevor King, and raised thousands of dollars for the charities over the next few years.
Last Album: Max Merritt's Meteors (1965). This Album: Max Merritt and the Meteors (1970). Next Album: Take It Greasy (1970). Max Merritt and the Meteors is the third album from the band of the same name, which had moved to Australia from New Zealand in the mid-1960s. The band worked the live pub circuit in Melbourne in the late 1960s and this album was recorded in 1969 at Armstrong Studios with Ron Wills producing
Max Merritt's Meteors (1965). Max Merritt and the Meteors (1969). Take It Greasy (1970). The band worked the live pub circuit in Melbourne in the late 1960s and this album was recorded in 1969 at Armstrong Studios with Ron Wills producing.
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- Record Company – Viking Record Company Ltd.
- Published By – Seven Seas
- Written-By – Merritt*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A, etched A): 159XX
- Matrix / Runout (Label B, etched B): 159XXX