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MASTERS OF THE AIRWAVES

Crossover Prog • United States


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US band MASTERS of the AIRWAVES was formed sometime in 1973, after guitarist Jimmy Berick landed a record contract with Epic Records. He called upon some old musical friends, David Rada (drums) and Randy Schuchart (bass) to form the rhythm section of the band he needed. Both of them were plying their trade in the band Silverhill at the time, and the vocalist of that act, Jonathon Fredrick Boring (vocals), decided to hook up with Berick's band project as well.

With some help in the songwriting department from LA based artist Kim Fowley the band recorded and released their self-titled debut effort in 1974, and one year of intensive touring to support it followed. Boring was fired after the tour finished, as a result of too much drugs, booze and ego. Soon after the band decided to call it quits.

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 Masters of the Airwaves by MASTERS OF THE AIRWAVES album cover Studio Album, 1974
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Masters of the Airwaves Crossover Prog

Review by Evolver
Special Collaborator Crossover & JazzRock/Fusion Teams

2 stars Masters Of The Airwaves? I think not.

In 1974, bands like Yes, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Jethro Tull, and the like were filling arenas and getting airplay. So it was natural for the record companies to look for progressively minded bands to fill their rosters. Enter Masters Of The Airwaves.

Their album, probably their only album is basically generic seventies style arena rock, with slightly (very slightly) inventive breaks. The lyrics are fairly dull and singer Jonathon Fredrick Boring (ironic? is Jon Flak a much better name?) is shrill to the point of making the album hard to listen to.

And have they ever been played on the radio?

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 Masters of the Airwaves by MASTERS OF THE AIRWAVES album cover Studio Album, 1974
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Masters of the Airwaves Crossover Prog

Review by Marty McFly
Special Collaborator Errors and Omissions Team

2 stars 70s, era of various obscure bands, one of them being "Masters of the Airwaves". Partly distorted sound, partly melodic, MotA are closing The Beatles sound a little bit (in a way Klaatu does, but worse). There is even possibility of some kind of fun factor (jokes, puns), but I'm not that sure about it. Expect some Hard Rock pieces as well, all of them closing to more mainstream version of Prog than you're probably used to. However, in little aspects, these short songs (2:30-6:00 minutes). Nothing that great here and so this album ranges on the verge of "collectors" and "enjoyable"

3(-), forgotten record, partially justified by band not offering anything new.

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