The Masters

The Masters Apprentices (or The Masters to fans) were an Australian rock band fronted by Jim Keays on lead vocals, which formed in 1965 in Adelaide, South Australia, relocated to Melbourne, Victoria in February 1967 and attempted to break into the United Kingdom market from 1970, before disbanding in 1972. Their popular Australian singles are “Undecided”, “Living in a Child’s Dream”, “5:10 Man”, “Think About Tomorrow Today”, “Turn Up Your Radio” and “Because I Love You”.The Mastersons, husband and wife duo Chris Masterson and Eleanor Whitmore, is an American alternative country band from Brooklyn, New York.The Masters Review is an American literary magazine and book publisher based in Portland, Oregon. Established in 2011 by founding editor, Kim Winternheimer, the publication serves a platform for publishing and discovering new and emerging writers.The Masters Apprentices is the self titled debut studio album by the Masters Apprentices, released in June 1967 on Astor Records.The Masters of Luxor is a Big Finish Productions audio drama set based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.The Masterson Inheritance was an improvised comedy series broadcast on BBC Radio 4 from 1993 to 1995 billed as “an improvised historical saga of a family at war with itself.” There were three series and two Christmas specials.The Masters is the fifth novel in C. P. Snow’s series Strangers and Brothers. It involves the election of a new Master at narrator Lewis Eliot’s unnamed Cambridge College, which resembles Christ’s College where Snow was a fellow.

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