Music: Merit & the Meritones

erit Hemmingson & the Meritones "at the Esquire Club" (or perhaps Discoteque dance a go go if this is not the name of a series of records. Does anyone know for sure?) was recorded live on the 1st of February 1966 and released in 1967. This was the first record Merit ever did and not the most interesting and personal but I definitely think it's worth listening to. I don't believe it has ever been reprinted so until it's released on CD (if ever) here we go:
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A Hemmingson collection called "Merit/Queen of Swedish Hammond" was released last year and you can buy it here for instance.
If this gets you interested please visit Merit Hemmingsons own website
Also: Go to Space Debris for Merit Hemmingson's Balsam!


space debris said...

Damn... THANKS !!!

P-E Fronning said...

Damn... YOU ARE WELCOME! I see it as a compliment to your post of BALSAM.

For those who haven't already seen it:

QQF resident said...

Just joining the queue to compliment on a really smashing share. Blimey!! :)

P-E Fronning said...

My pleasure qqf! Thanks and thanks again for mentioning it on your blog! I can see there is a couple of shares there I've missed - gotta start downloading! :D

Phil Musical said...

i'm listening to that beautiful jazzy organ!!!! i didn't know this organ player. Thanks! I have linked to your blog from mine. If you like Hammond sound, here you have a good one from Spanish lounge!
i hope you enjoy it!

P-E Fronning said...

Phil: Soy muy alegro que Merit te gustas! Voy a visitar su Blog pronto:)
Hasta luego!

CBlack said...

Wow! Much better than I originally expected. But I read the comments and couldn't pass it up. Great share--thanks!

P-E Fronning said...

I'm glad it was up your alley!!