The Masters Apprentices – A Toast to Panama Red

In Australia the Masters Apprentices were giants who couldn’t put a foot wrong. But like the majority of Oz bands, international success remained an elusive prospect. Their previous album Choice Cuts had sold several thousand copies in the U.K., and was given positive praise by the ever growing number of pernickety rock critics and DJs… Read More The Masters Apprentices – A Toast to Panama Red

The Masters Apprentices – Choice Cuts

One of the most celebrated and fondly remembered rock groups of the Australian music scene in the 1960’s and early ‘70’s, The Masters Apprentices originally formed in Adelaide, before making the move to Melbourne in 1967 on the basis of their first single “Undecided” (written in 15 minutes apparently) getting decent airplay and reaching a… Read More The Masters Apprentices – Choice Cuts