Max Merritt And The Meteors - Shake album download
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Written-By – Sam Cooke
|B||I Can't Help Myself
Written-By – Holland-Dozier-Holland
- Made By – His Master's Voice (NZ) Limited
|A8204||Max Merritt & The Meteors*||Shake / I Can't Help Myself (7", Single)||Parlophone||A8204||Australia||1966|
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Meteors 1960, Max Merritt, Peter Sowden, Billy Kristian, and Maurice Cook. This twin guitar, bass and drums combination was to be the standard Meteors format over the next few years. In 1961 they started playing a third venue to their schedule by also playing at the Hibernian Hall. It was most definitely Max's finest work and fans bought up the album in large enough quantities to send it to number 8 on the National albums chart. In January 1970, the Meteors were the headlining act at the Ourimbah Festival. They gave a drunken sub-standard performance and as a result, 'Yuk' was removed from the group. At the end of 1976, Max Merritt and the Meteors broke up as a working band. In 1977 Max relocated to America and signed a solo deal with Polydor Records. His first album release for Polydor was in 1978 called "Keeping In Touch".
Although Merritt was a proficient songwriter, The Meteors’ repertoire was reliant on covers. They arrived in August, leaving behind a second album (Stray Cats) and a four-part series for ABC Television, Max Merritt and The Meteors In Concert, recorded in front of a live audience and augmented by additional horns. England was a hard slog and The Meteors returned to Australia to headline the first Sunbury Festival in January 1972, followed by a national tour, which they repeated 12 months later.
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. The best charting single from the LP, released in late 1969, was "Western Union Man", which peaked nationally at number 13. The album itself reached number 8 on the Australian album charts in 1970.
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.