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Buried And Dead - The Masters Apprentices - Complete Recordings 1965-1968 (CD)

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  1. Masters Apprentices - Complete Recordings Buried And Dead: 9: Johnny B Goode: Don't Fight It: Four Years Of Five: I Feel Fine: "Compiles all the material that was ever released on the Astor label, along with recordings that predate any releases, including two tracks that have.
  2. Los Angeles Nuggets (4CD) Various Artists. out of 5 stars Audio CD. EU & Down Under. The opening track is by The Masters Apprentices & is worth the price of admission. A few tracks from this CD do appear on Nuggets II. But, that does not take away from this great collection of 29 hard hitting rockers. the only track I /5(15).
  3. The Masters Apprentices discography and songs: Music profile for The Masters Apprentices, formed Genres: Hard Rock, Heavy Psych, Garage Rock. Albums include Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts From the British Empire and Beyond, , Choice Cuts, and A Toast to Panama Red.
  4. Listen free to Masters Apprentices – Complete Recordings - (Undecided, Poor Boy and more). 23 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  5. The title track, a live recording, provides a vivid aural snapshot of their live show during , complete with the deafening screams of fans. The album also includes their own version of "St John's Wood", a track Ford and Keays wrote [4] for Brisbane band The Sect, .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Complete Recordings on Discogs/5(14).
  7. out of 5 stars Master's Apprentices - 'Complete Recordings ' (Ascension Records) 4 1/2 stars Reviewed in the United States on April 10, Another obscure psych band from days past that I've recently discovered.4/5(1).
  8. Buried and Dead 5 Linda, Linda 6 Brigette 7 Elevator Driver 8 More By The Masters Apprentices See All. Greatest Hits (30th Anniversary) Choice Cuts Complete Recordings Now That It's Over A Toast to Panama Red Masterpiece
  9. One could easily make the case for designating the Masters Apprentices as the best Australian rock band of the '60s. Featuring singer Jim Keays and songwriter/rhythm guitarist Mick Bower, the band's earliest recordings combined the gritty R&B/rock of Brits like the Pretty Things with the minor-key melodies of the Yardbirds.