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Max Merritt & M. - Let It Slide album

Max Merritt & M. - Let It Slide album
  • Performer Max Merritt & M.
  • Title Let It Slide
  • Date of release 1972
  • Country Germany
  • Style Blues Rock, Classic Rock
  • Other formats MP4 MP1 AU AAC AUD MPC AA
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1798 mb
  • Size FLAC 1720 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
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Max Merritt & M. Title: Let It Slide. Style: Blues Rock, Classic Rock. Date of release: 1972. Max Merritt And The Meteors. Let It Slide, Dedicated To A Friend ‎(7"). Max Merritt With The Meteors.

Max Merritt With The Meteors ‎– Let It Slide. Label: Bell Records ‎– BELL 1230.

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. In April 1965, the second Meteor's album was finally released. Called "Max Merritt's Meteors", it contained a wide range of styles, in keeping with the versatility of the band. From it came the single "So Long Babe"/"You're Treatin' Me Bad". This single was also released in Australia. They did release one final single in 1972 called "Let It Slide"/"Dedicated To A Friend". In January 1971, deciding that they had now probably done their dash in Australia, Max decided to make the trip to England that he had always wanted to do, but had been delayed by the accident.

Album's name: Let It Slide. Max Merritt With The Meteors - Let It Slide. Max Merritt & M. Let It Slide ‎(7", Single).

Max Merritt & The Meteors. More from this artist. Max Merritt & The Meteors.

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.


A Let It Slide
B Dedicated To A Friend

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Bell Records – BELL 1230

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2046 009 Max Merritt & M.* Let It Slide ‎(7", Single) Polydor, Finger 2046 009 Germany 1972
102044 Max Merritt & M.* Let It Slide ‎(7", Single) RCA 102044 Australia 1972
PE 22 622-H Max Merritt And The Meteors Let It Slide / Dedicated To A Friend ‎(7") Pink Elephant PE 22 622-H Netherlands 1972
BELL 1230 Max Merritt With The Meteors* Let It Slide ‎(7") Bell Records BELL 1230 UK 1972