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Imagine a boisterous Newfoundland house party where everyone plays an instrument or sings a song late into the night. Masterless Men is the sound of hand clapping favourites, heart warming ballads and mesmerizing instrumentals. Group members John, Dave, Greg, Mock, Wilf and Perry deliver music that comes from the heart of Irish Newfoundland and takes you back there every time you listen.
Thank you for all your Support, enjoy some of our music below!!
Latest and Greatest CD...
Bramble & The Rose
“Bramble & The Rose” is the title of the CD and the first single from their newest release. This CD “Bramble & The Rose” was a long time coming but well worth the wait. Their last release, other than “Christmas with The Masterless Men”, was released in 2002.
Christmas with the Masterless Men
Christmas With The Masterless Men contains 11 heartwarming selections for the holiday season done as only The Masterless Men can. With touches of bluegrass this collection of seasonal favorites is sure to add to your Christmas experience year after year. Don't Miss this one!!
On the Run
In March 22, 2002 we found ourselves in the recording studio again, or maybe I should say John's basement again to record our fourth CD. like our namesakes, we ran back and forth from our dens in the dead of night, not to rub and pilage, but to make some music. Our families saw very little of us during this time; every night, Saturdays and Sundays, we were lost in a sea of coffee and cables. The songs we selected are indicative of just some of our individual tastes. Irish Ballads, pub tunes, country, rock and roll and the ever present bluegrass influence.
Dave our Banjo player showed up one night with a drum kit and John sang some rock and roll. Billy Bob Wiseman wanted to record "Countin' Flowers" and I played lead guitar. Chuck, a little freaked out by all of this, just sait back and belted out the "Cliffs of Bacclieu".
By Perry Dawe
Back on Track
The Masterless Men are…” Back On Track”. After five years of touring and playing many festivals and concert halls they have found the time to record and have finally emerged from the studio with their best work to date.
Breaking New Ground
The Second recording from the Masterless Men
Produced by Gary O’Driscoll 1994-95
Foggy Shores of Home
Words and Music Gary O’Driscoll © 1979
Published by Chapeau Rouge Music (SOCAN)
Ode to Age
Imagine a boisterous Newfoundland house party where everybody plays an instrument or sings a song. Late into the night the sound is of hand clapping favourites, heart warming ballads and mesmerizing instrumentals... that is the sound of the Masterless Men. It is music from the heart of Irish Newfoundland and the feeling you get every time you listen. This first release features fourteen songs of old and new