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Its indifferent business results and Meek's temperament eventually led to the label's demise.

Meek later licensed many Triumph recordings to labels such as Top Rank and Pye.

Meek went on to set up his own production company known as RGM Sound Ltd (later Meeksville Sound Ltd) with toy importer Major Wilfred Alonzo Banks as his financial backer.

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It also spent five weeks at number one in the UK singles chart, with Meek receiving an Ivor Novello Award for this production as the "Best-Selling A-Side" of 1962.

He also produced music for films such as Live It Up! Meek's concept album I Hear a New World (1960), which contains innovative use of electronic sounds, was not fully released in his lifetime.

Stigwood was able to gain Leyton a booking to perform the song several times in an episode of Harpers West One, a short-lived ITV soap opera in which he was making a guest appearance.

Meek's third UK No.1 and last major success was with the Honeycombs' "Have I the Right?

" in 1964, which also became a number 5 hit on the American Billboard pop charts.

The success of Leyton's recordings was instrumental in establishing Stigwood and Meek as two of Britain's first independent record producers.In January 1960, together with William Barrington-Coupe, Meek founded Triumph Records.At the time Barrington-Coupe was working at SAGA records in Empire Yard, Holloway Road for Major Wilfred Alonzo Banks and it was the Major who provided the finance.That year Meek conceived, wrote and produced an "Outer Space Music Fantasy"' an Album I Hear A New World with a band called Rod Freeman & the Blue Men.The album was shelved for decades, apart from the release of some EP tracks taken from it.Meek is considered one of the most influential sound engineers of all time, being one of the first to develop ideas such as the recording studio as an instrument, and becoming one of the first producers to be recognized for his individual identity as an artist.

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