The Merton Parkas

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Mick Talbot, Danny Talbot, Neil Hurrel, Simon Smith
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The Merton Parkas were a mod revival band, named after the Merton Park area of South London where they were from. Formed in the late 1970s, by Danny Talbot (vocals and guitar), his brother Mick Talbot (keyboards, later in The Style Council), Neil Hurrell (bass) and Simon Smith (drums).
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Albums

The Merton Parkas - Face In The Crowd album art The Merton Parkas Face In The Crowd (Album) Beggars Banquet UK 1979 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

The Merton Parkas - Plastic Smile album art Merton Parkas* Plastic Smile (Single) Beggars Banquet UK 1979 Sell This Version
The Merton Parkas - Give It To Me Now album art The Merton Parkas Give It To Me Now Beggars Banquet UK 1979 Sell This Version
The Merton Parkas - You Need Wheels album art The Merton Parkas You Need Wheels (Single) Beggars Banquet UK 1979 Sell This Version
The Merton Parkas - Put Me In The Picture album art Merton Parkas* Put Me In The Picture (Single) Beggars Banquet UK 1980 Sell This Version
K 18292 The Merton Parkas - In The Midnight Hour album art Merton Parkas* In The Midnight Hour(7") WEA K 18292 Italy 1980 Sell This Version
The Merton Parkas - Flat 19 album art The Merton Parkas Flat 19 (Single) Well Suspect UK 1983 Sell This Version
D/MOD7 The Merton Parkas - Tears Of A Clown album art The Merton Parkas Tears Of A Clown(7", Single) Dojo D/MOD7 Japan 1993 Sell This Version

Compilations

BEG 93E The Merton Parkas - The Singles album art The Merton Parkas The Singles(12", Comp) Beggars Banquet BEG 93E UK 1983 Sell This Version
TKCB 70751 The Merton Parkas - Gi's It album art The Merton Parkas Gi's It(CD, Album, Comp) Beggars Banquet TKCB 70751 Japan 1996 Sell This Version
The Merton Parkas - The Complete Mod Collection album art The Merton Parkas The Complete Mod Collection (Comp) Anagram Records UK 1997 Sell This Version

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dave_disaster

dave_disaster

March 10, 2016
The Merton Parkas were from an area around MERTON PARK. Hence the name! Geddit??? They were actually formed in the late 70's, not the mid-70's! Don't believe everything you read in Wikipedia ;-)

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