Jim Keays - Undecided album
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Jim Keays - Undecided.
Jim Keays – Undecided. Label: Virgin – VOZ 017.
The Masters Apprentices is the self titled debut studio album by the Masters Apprentices, released in June 1967 on Astor Records. It featured two hit singles; "Undecided" and "Buried and Dead". A few weeks later, they were contacted by Astor's Max Pepper, who requested a four-track demo.
Jim Keays – lead vocals. Rick Morrison – lead guitar. Brian Vaughton – drums. Gavin Webb – bass guitar. Recording and artwork. Graphic artist, art director – Darrin Crosgrove. Producer – Max Pepper. Undecided" (December 1975) was re-recorded and issued as a single by Jim Keays as lead singer of Jim Keays' Southern Cross with Peter Laffy (ex-Fox) on guitar, Ron Robinson on bass guitar and John Swan (ex-Fraternity) on drums
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Jim Keays, who helped kick off garage rock in Australia and then helped transform the Masters Apprentices into one of the best pop and rock bands of the 1960s and ‘70s, has died. Keays, who was 67, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma seven years ago but released an album of modern garage rock in 2012, recently recorded another album and continued touring with two of his '60s contemporaries, Darryl Cotton and Russell Morris as Cotton Keays and Morris. Australian music legend Jim Keays died this morning.
Jim Keays fronted the successful Master's Apprentices until they broke up in the . This marked a career change and he returned to Australia, where he worked for Go-Set magazine, formed the Rock On Agency, and appeared at the Mulwala Rock Festival in April 1972. In March 1973, he starred in the Australian version of the Who's Tommy and in January 1974, Keays participated in the third annual Sunbury Festival. They released a reworking of the Masters Apprentices' "Undecided"/"For Someone" in December 1975, by which time the lineup had changed to Peter Laffy (guitar), Ron Robinson (bass), and John Swan. In 1977, Keays formed the Manning/Keays Band with Phil Manning. The unfinished album was finally released in 1983 as a solo Jim Keays project titled Red on the Meter and "Lucifer Street" was re-released as a single. Keays then began working as a DJ until a new deal with Virgin in 1987 saw him fly to the . to record with producer Craig Leon (the Ramones, the Bangles) and ex-Sweet guitarist Andy Scott.
|VOZ 017||Jim Keays||Undecided (7")||Virgin||VOZ 017||Australia||1987|
|VOZ 01712||Jim Keays||Undecided (12")||Virgin||VOZ 01712||Australia||1987|
|VOZ 01712||Jim Keays||Undecided (12", Promo)||Virgin||VOZ 01712||Australia||1987|
|VOZ 01712||Jim Keays||Undecided (12", TP, W/Lbl)||Virgin||VOZ 01712||Australia||1987|