Saturday, June 26, 2010


"The Masters started out as Paul Buff, lead guitarist Ronnie Williams and rhythm guitarist Johnny Fisher. After releasing the single "T Bone"/ "Sunday Blues," The Masters were just Buff and Williams on multi-tracked parts. The only exception was "Breaktime," a mid-1961 track that was co-written by Paul Buff, Ronnie Williams and guitarist Frank Zappa, a friend of Ronnie Williams who first came to Pal Studios in late 1960. As nearly all Zappa fans know, "Breaktime" was his first released recording."

The "Singles & Rarities" compilation collects 32 tracks: the three original EMMY singles, plus 26 previously unreleased recordings of demos, outtakes and alternate mixes.

Released as a download-only album by Crossfire Publications.

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