Jim Keays - The Boy From The Stars album flac
After Aussie band The Masters Apprentices split up, Jim Keays recorded a solo album in 1974.
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Born in Scotland in 1946, Jim Keays was lead singer for Australian band the Master's Apprentices until 1971. A science fiction concept album, it reached in Melbourne. The title track was released as a single. Born in Scotland in 1946, Jim Keays was lead singer for Australian band the Master's Apprentices until 1971.
Jim Keays fronted rock band The Masters Apprentices as singer-songwriter and harmonica-player from 1965 to 1972 and had many Top 20 hits in their career. Keays, as a member of The Masters Apprentices, was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 1998. Unbeknownst to his fans, he was also talented in creating beautiful, evocative watercolour paintings with emotive yet often subtle connections to the landscape or subject matter.
James "Jim" Keays (9 September 194613 June 2014) was an Australian musician, born in Scotland who fronted the rock band The Masters Apprentices as singer-songwriter, guitarist and harmonica-player from 1965 to 1972, and subsequently had a solo career. He also wrote for the teen newspaper, Go-Set, as its Adelaide correspondent in 1970 and its London correspondent in 1973. They were joined on-stage by Wheatley, recently returned from the UK, in their last performance together for over ten years. As a member of The Masters Apprentices, Keays had endured rip-offs, where promoters had made considerable profits while they had received little payment.
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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. Two singles were released from the sessions: d" (July 1987) and "Reaction"/"Bates Motel" (October 1987) .
Jim Keays (born 9 September 1946, Glasgow, Scotland – died 13 June 2014, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia) was a Scottish-born Australian musician who fronted rock band The Master's Apprentices as singer-songwriter, guitarist and harmonica-player from 1965 to 1972, and subsequently had a solo career. His family migrated to Australia in 1951. During his time with Masters Apprentices, he also wrote for the teen newspaper, Go-Set, as its Adelaide correspondent in 1970 and its London correspondent in 1973 .
|A1||The Boy From The Stars|
|A2||Take It On Easy|
|A3||Nothing Much Left|
|B4||The Right Way To Go|
|B5||Reason To Be Living|
|RVCD-96||Jim Keays||The Boy From The Stars (CD, Album, RM)||Raven Records||RVCD-96||Australia||1999|
|EMA. 308, EMA-308||Jim Keays||The Boy From The Stars (LP, Album)||EMI, EMI||EMA. 308, EMA-308||Australia||1974|