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MASTERPIECE

The Masters Apprentices

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2.65 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1970

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Masterpiece (3:43)
2. Who Do You Think You Are (3:08)
3. Barefoot When I Saw Her (3:54)
4. St. John Wood (1:59)
5. 5:10 Man (2:48)
6. A Dog, a Siren and Memories (3:08)
7. Linda, Linda (2:34)
8. Isabella (2:29)
9. Captivating Voice (2:00)
10. Piece of Me (2:13)
11. Titanic (3:27)
12. How I Love You (3:05)

Total Time 34:28

Line-up / Musicians

- Jim Keays / vocals, percussion
- Doug Ford / acoustic & lead guitars, banjo, vocals
- Glenn Wheatley / bass, tambourine, maracas, vocals
- Colin Burgess / drums, percussion, vocals

With:
- Peter Tilbrook / guitars, bass
- Gavin Webb / bass guitar
- The Chiffons / backing vocals (5)

Releases information

Artwork: Whaite & Emery with Allan Kleiman (photo)

LP Columbia ‎- SCXO-7915 (1970, Australia)

CD Ascension Records ‎- ANCD 005 (1999, Australia)

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THE MASTERS APPRENTICES Masterpiece ratings distribution


2.65
(8 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(25%)
25%
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(25%)
25%
Good, but non-essential (12%)
12%
Collectors/fans only (38%)
38%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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2 stars I'm happy the Masters Apprentices are on this site, but proto-prog is the wrong place for them. They actually spent the 1960s jumping on every bandwagon except prog - garage R&B, psych pop, and hard rock - while other bands such as Levi Smiths Clefs, Tully, Tamam Shud, Copperwine, Sons of the Vegeta ... (read more)

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