Douglas Meakin

Albert Douglas Meakin

Also known as A. D. Jones, A. D. Meakin, A. Douglas Meakin, A.D. Meakin, A.D.Meakin, Albert Douglas, Albert Douglas Meakin, Alberto Douglas Meakin, D. Meakin, D. Meaking, D.Meakin, D.Meaking, Donald Meakin, Doug Meakin, Dougie Meakin, Dughi, I Fichissimi Del Gruppo Clown, Meakin, Meaking, Mike Fraser, Sir Albert Douglas, Superband
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Discography of Douglas Meakin:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Come And Go / Walitin On The Ed 2 Audio 1986 Striped Horse
2 Do You Remember 2 Audio 1974 Lark
3 We Are The Best 2 Audio 1982 Meeting

English singer, composer, musician, born in Liverpool, March 17 1945. In 1966 tours Italy with his rock band [a=Motowns, The] and he decides to stay. In the 1967 marries Italian dancer Rita Grifantini. Between 70s and 80s he's very active session vocalist working both in studio and on stage with [a=Primitives, The (2)], [a=Raffaella Carrà], [a=Renato Zero],[a=Claudio Simonetti], [a=Paul Micioni], [a=Riccardo Cocciante], [a=Lucio Dalla] and many others. Lead vocalist on many Italo-Disco projects, although uncredited most of the times ([a=Easy Going], [a=Crazy Gang], [a=Traks]), also collaborating with funk producers [a=Mario & Giosy Capuano] and writing songs for [a=Ryan Paris], [a=Amii Stewart] and [a=Mike Francis], writting and performing film soundtracks with brothers [a=Guido And Maurizio De Angelis], [a=Ennio Morricone] as well as on his own. He's also very well known in Italy for his many TV themes (mostly for Japanese cartoons) written and performed with his band [a=Rocking Horse (2)] and monikers [a=Superobots]. In 2008 wrote the lyrics and recorded [i]"Disco For The Devil"[/i] for Venetian disco producer [a=Bottin].

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