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|Around And Around||2:55|
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|NCD-1||Masters Apprentices*||From Mustangs To Masters - First Year Apprentices (CD, Album)||Nickoff Records||NCD-1||Australia||2004|
|MCD-1||Masters Apprentices*||From Mustangs To Masters - First Year Apprentices (CD, Album)||Mustang Records||MCD-1||Australia||2004|
The Masters Apprentices is the self titled debut studio album by the Masters Apprentices, released in June 1967 on Astor Records. It featured two hit singles; "Undecided" and "Buried and Dead". A few weeks later, they were contacted by Astor's Max Pepper, who requested a four-track demo.
The Masters Apprentices (or The Masters to fans) were an Australian pop/rock band fronted by Jim Keays on lead vocals, which formed in 1965 in Adelaide, South Australia, relocated to Melbourne in February 1967 and attempted to break into the United Kingdom market from 1970, before disbanding in 1972. Their popular Australian singles are "Undecided", "Living in a Child's. Swedish progressive metal band Opeth named the track "Master's Apprentices" from their 2002 album Deliverance in honour of the band; Opeth frontman Mikael Åkerfeldt is a fan. In October 1998, The Masters Apprentices received formal recognition for their achievements when they were inducted, alongside The Angels, into the ARIA Hall of Fame. First Year Apprentices (limited release of 500 numbered copies & 500 un-numbered copies)- 2004. Fully Qualified – 2006.
Listen to music from Masters Apprentices like Because I Love You, Undecided & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Masters Apprentices. The Master's Apprentices were an Australian rock band. They formed in Adelaide in 1964 and continued until 1972, reforming briefly in 1988. They pioneered use of distorted chords on rhythm guitar, paving the way for heavy rock. Their raw sound and wild stage act led top Australian radio DJ Stan Rofe to dub them "Australia's Rolling Stones".
Studio Album, released in 1971. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1. Rio De Camero (3:19) 2. Michael (3:52) 3. Easy To Lie (4:30) 4. Because I Love You (4:31) 5. Catty (3:21) 6. Our Friend Owsley Stanley 3 (3:26) 7. Death Of A King (3:37) 8. Song For A Lost Gypsy (2:59) 9. I'm Your Satisfier (3:13) 10. Song For Joey, Part 2 (4:23). Choice Cuts represents a number of firsts for the Masters Apprentices: the first album the group has recorded where the intention was to go into a studio and record a complete album (the others being collections of work over a few years amalgamated into albums); the first of two albums recorded at the legendary Abbey Road studios; and the first to. feature the Masters line-up that would be considered the 'classic line-up' - Jim Keays, Doug Ford, Glenn Wheatley & Colin Burgess.
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Jim Keays, who helped kick off garage rock in Australia and then helped transform the Masters Apprentices into one of the best pop and rock bands of the 1960s and ‘70s, has died. Keays heard the mastered version of the album only last week and was "really proud of the record and was looking forward to people hearing it," Lane told Fairfax Media. The singer with the shock of long hair and the nasally voice that was all vim and vinegar became the frontman of Adelaide instrumental band the Mustangs in early 1965 and they transformed themselves into the raw, rhythm-and-blues outfit the Masters Apprentices. A "shocked" Stephen Cummings, whose first record purchase was the Undecided/War or Hands Of Time single, called the Masters "the best Australian group at the time". He remembered too an encounter with Keays in the early '80s.