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    Main » 2015 » January » 26 » Master's Apprentices ~ 1971a ~ Choice Cuts
    Master's Apprentices ~ 1971a ~ Choice Cuts
    Master's Apprentices ~ 1971a ~ Choice Cutsgenre: heavy psych
    state: australia
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 209 mb)
    time: 37'11"
    misc.: comilation of '66-'69 recordings

    ... Just before the start of recording, Keays made a trip to mainland Europe, and was in Copenhagen when he heard of the death of Jimi Hendrix, one of his idols. Back in London, Ford and Keays penned "Song for a Lost Gypsy", which they added to their songlist. The band entered the studio in September to record Choice Cuts. The staff and facilities were superior to those in Australia, which allowed a greater range of expression. The songs they brought to the sessions—many written during the voyage—were original and distinctive, distilling their recent musical influences. This included the heavier sounds of Hendrix, King Crimson and Free, as well as the acoustic styles of Donovan, the Small Faces and Van Morrison (whose Astral Weeks LP was on constant rotation at their North Harrow house). They brought in outside musicians to augment some tracks, and made use of Paul McCartney's white grand piano on a few cuts, including "Because I Love You". During sessions they bumped into a Who's Who of UK music: The Moody Blues, Pink Floyd, Barclay James Harvest, Ringo Starr and Roy Harper. Towards the end of recording, they found themselves one song short of the optimum LP length, so at Jarratt's suggestion they wrote a new song, built up from a Latin-flavoured instrumental shuffle that Ford had been playing with. Keays wrote lyrics for the piece overnight, they cut it the next day and it became the album's opening track "Rio de Camero".

    01. Rio De Camero 3:20
    02. Michael 3:52
    03. Easy To Lie 4:30
    04. Because I Love You 4:31
    05. Catty 3:22
    06. Our Friend Owsley Stanley 3:26
    07. Death Of A King 3:37
    08. Song For  A Last Gypsey 2:59
    09. I`m Your Satisfier 3:13
    10. Song For Joey 4:21

    Colin Burgess / drums 
    Doug Ford / guitar, vocals 
    Jim Keays / vocals, harmonica 
    Glen Wheatley / bass, vocals


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