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MASTERS OF DECEIT

Eclectic Prog • United States


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MASTERS OF DECEIT were a progressive rock group from Indianapolis, Indiana consisting of Tom HENSLEY, Steve BLUM, Gary CAMPBELL and Stan GAGE. The band was active in the late 60's and was led by the keyboardist HENSLEY, with whom they recorded an obscure album in 1969 which reflects the transitional era between psychedelia and progressive rock. It is recommended as an unique example of progressive rock in this early era of American prog scene and has maybe more in common with eclectic or jazz influenced Canterbury bands than any kind of upcoming symphonic oriented groups.

As a group they released only one album but some members like CAMPBELL and HENLEY continued working as session musicians for many groups, with CAMPBELL also joining the MIROSLAV VITOUS GROUP (of WEATHER REPORT fame) and Tom HENSLEY becaming a member of the backing band for Neil DIAMOND.

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Hensley's Electric Jazz Band & Synthetic Symphonette
1969

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