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Masters Apprentices* - Do What You Wanna Do (CD, Album)

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  1. Jum says:
    Jun 15,  · The Master's Apprentice on the sleeve of their album Turn Up Your Radio. I'm just going to say it: if the Easybeats were Australia's Beatles, the Master's Apprentices were our Rolling Stones.
  2. Brakasa says:
    Do What You Wanna Do, an Album by The Masters Apprentices. Released in November on Virgin (catalog no. VOZ ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock.
  3. Vukree says:
    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. Kazahn says:
    Label: Virgin - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock Masters Apprentices* - Do What You Wanna Do (CD) | Discogs Explore/5(8).
  5. Tagami says:
    Sep 28,  · Listen to official albums & more. Working No thanks Check it out. Find out why Close. Masters Apprentices - Do What You Wanna Do () 3. .
  6. Mikazuru says:
    ‎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 m. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  7. Gakus says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Masters Apprentices* - Do What You Wanna Do at Discogs. Complete your Masters Apprentices* collection/5(14).
  8. Mikalabar says:
    Like any full-career retrospective of the Masters Apprentices, it covers their many stylistic wanderings, from garage R&B, to gimmicky psychedelic pop, to prog-tinged hard rock. The first side of the album is almost entirely in garage R&B vein, while the majority of side two represents their gimmicky pop phase.
  9. Votaur says:
    It was their fourth consecutive Top 20 hit, reaching No. 12 nationally, and became one of the key songs of the new era of Australian rock.. The album's title internationally was Master's Apprentices, however since their debut album already bore that name in Australia, it was re-titled Choice Cuts.

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