"West Coast Hotel" by Max Meazza
May 03, 2006
Max Meazza started to write songs at 16 years old. He sang as a lead vocal in local bands, everywhere. He first toured with drummer Walter Callonihad in bands and dreamed to become a writer.
His first record experience started as one of the three members of the band Pueblo. His first musical audition took place at the Apple, in Savile Row, in London.
The Pueblo recorded albums and toured Italy with Le Orme. The Pueblo broke up while Max went to Munich in order to record a single. So, Max decided to realize his first solo album "Shaving the car".
The following year with the collaboration of the american singer Skip Battin (Byrds,New Riders of Purple Sage and Flying Burrito Brothers), Max himself produced a new album "Personal exile". Seven albums will follow...
Now Max Meazza returns with a brand new album, titled "West Coast Hotel" offering beautiful songs with influences from artists such as Michael Franks, Joni Mitchell, Michael McDonald, Robbie Dupree, Stephen Bishop among others.
"West Coast Hotel" is available at soundclick.com, garageband, and at Artistopia.
1/ The Long Goodbye
4/ Summer of 7''
5/ Blue Heart
6/ Duffle Jim
7/ Complicated Life
8/ Things to do on sunday when you sleep
9/ Electric Kiss
10 Watchin' Movies
11/ Telegram Blues