I have never seen album from this group. They recorded many singles, since the mid 70s until mid 80s. In 1974 The Master Plan released on De-Lite Records with success two of Stanley Lippit's recordings "Clinton Park (a song written about Marvin Holmes young daughter) and "Frying Pan".
This 7 inch was recorded around mid 80s on Fos-Glos Records in the Bay area. Produced by Ron Bell & Warren Foster who also own this label.
1. Frying Pan / Clinton Park (1974) De-Lite 1564
2. Bennie And Jets / Only You (1975) De-Lite 1571
3. Hey Girl / Destruction (1975) De-Lite 1576
4. Beyond A Shadow Of A Doubt (1977) A&M 1985
5. Don't bet your love / Mr.Outside (1977) A&M 1942
6. Music Man / (Will I have to) Dance All Nite (1978) Amani 001
7. Hey Girl You've Won My Heart / Destruction(-) FOS-GLO 001
8. Only You (Can Touch This Heart Of Mine)(-) FOS-GLO 003
9. The Girl In (Clinton Park)(-) FOS-GLO 005
10. Frying Pan (-) FOS-GLO 006
11. Loving Living Laughing(-) FOS-GLO 006
Note: The above posted single is not played in full
Did Masterplan release any other records? If you know then please email me at the address above.