Old New Zealand

...Max Merritt and the Meteors...

Max Merritt and the Meteors started out in NZ before relocating to Australia in 1964. They achieved chart success on both sides of the Tasman with Slippin' Away.

Discography

Singles:

1958 Get a Haircut - HMV
1963 Soft Surfie - Zodiac
1965 So Long Baby - RCA Victor
1965 Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah #94 Aus
1966 Shake 58 - Parlophone
1966 Fannie Mae #88 Aus
1969 Western Union Man #15 Aus - RCA Victor
1971 Good Feelin' #67 Aus
1975 Slippin' Away #2 Aus #5 NZ - Arista
1976 Let It Slide #32 Aus
1979 Dirty Work #57 Aus
1986 Mean Green Fighting Machine

Albums:

C'Mon Let's Go (Viking, 1960)
Giddy Up Max! EP (Viking, 1964)
Good Golly Max Merritt EP (Viking 1964)
Max Merritt's Meteors (RCA, 1965)
Shake EP (Parlophone, 1966)
Max Merritt and the Meteors (RCA, 1970)
Stray Cats (RCA, 1971)
A Little Easier (Arista, 1975)
Out of the Blue (Arista, 1976)
Back Home Live (Arista, 1977)
Keeping in Touch (Polydor, 1979)
Black Plastic Max (Polydor, 1980)
17 Trax of Max! (Raven, 1986)[5] re-issued with six added tracks as 23 Trax of Max! (Raven, 1991)
The Very Best Of Max Merritt & The Meteors (EMI NZ, 2001)
The Essential Max Merritt & The Meteors (Sony-BMG, 2007)
Been Away Too Long (LosTraxx, 2012)

More Video Links

Eloise - Max Merritt and the Meteors
To Be a Lover - Max Merritt and the Meteors
Memphis Special - Max Merritt and the Meteors
GTK - Interview on GTK

Audio Links

General Links

Max Merritt - Official website
Bruce Sergent's Max Merritt page