The Pardoners is the new name and new CD from duo Sam See and Glyn Mason from Melbourne, Australia.
Sherbet, Rebels, Chain, Flying Circus, Copperwine, Fraternity, Ariel, Country Radio, Goanna, John Farnham Band, Stockley, See and Mason.
Sounds like a history of Australian rock music, but describes the musical journeys of Sam & Glyn.
They released 'Live From The Vault' as Sam See and Glyn Mason, recorded before a select audience at Sound Vault's studio in January, 2004. It showed off their live repertoire of 2004-5, which consisted largely of covers of favourite songs given a new and unique treatment.
Now, with their new album of 14 original songs, the pair have adopted 'The Pardoners' as the name for their new entity.
“Long-time musical allies Sam See and Glyn Mason take their acoustic-based rock to a new level with 'The Pardoners'.
See and Mason have spent years creating meaningful music with Flying Circus, Fraternity, John Farnham Band (Sam), Chain and Ariel (Glyn), these two outstanding writer/musicians have come up with an album that reflects their musical influences, softening a blow with touches of wry humor.
‘The Pardoners’ is the apex of their careers.”