Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 42. Chapters: Creedence Clearwater Revival, MC5, Martha and the Vandellas, Skid Row, The Masters Apprentices, Them, The Move, Wild Cherries, The Alan Bown Set, The Ace of Cups, Aphrodite's Child, D entlmeni, The Dixie Nightingales, Ashton, Gardner and Dyke, Crow, Matching Mole, Beefy Red, Third World War, Les Irr sistibles, Syrinx, Fuse, The Family Dogg, The Jamaicans, Uncle Dog, Warm Dust, White Elephant Orchestra. Excerpt: The Masters Apprentices (or The Masters to fans) were an Australian rock band fronted by mainstay Jim Keays on lead vocals, which formed in 1965 in Adelaide, South Australia, relocated to Melbourne in February 1967 and attempted to break into the United Kingdom market from 1970, before disbanding in 1972. Their popular Australian singles are qUndecided, q qLiving in a Child's Dream, q q5:10 Man, q qThink About Tomorrow Today, q qTurn Up Your Radioq and qBecause I Love You.q The band launched the career of bass guitarist, Glenn Wheatley, later a music industry entrepreneur and an artist manager for both Little River Band and John Farnham. The band reformed periodically, including in 1987-1988 and again subsequently; they were inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame in 1998 alongside The Angels. Both Keays, with His Master's Voice and Wheatley, with Paper Paradise, wrote memoirs in 1999 which included their experiences with the band. The Mustangs were a surf music instrumental/dance band formed in Adelaide in 1964 with Mick Bower on rhythm guitar, Rick Morrison on lead guitar, Brian Vaughton on drums and Gavin Webb on bass guitar. Initially they played covers of The Shadows and The Ventures songs. The band's output was profoundly influenced by the Australian tour of The Beatles in June 1964, which had a particular impact in Adelaide, due to recent migrants from United Kingdom...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 42.
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