Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The Masters Apprentices

Australia's The Masters Apprentices self-titled debut from '67. These Aussies made some great tunes early in their career, becoming one of Australia's most popular bands of the 60's. Songwriter Mick Bower coupled with singer Jim Keays flourished with their blend of gritty British influenced R&B and melodic rhythms before Bower left the band in late '67 following an apparent nervous breakdown. The band made a couple more decent albums and then traveled to England channeling a more progressive sound before disbanding in '72. This album is a mix of good covers and originals all produced by Bower such as "Undecided," "War Or Hands Of Time," and "But One Day." Enjoy...
Buried And Dead

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