Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock
Using his touring band, which included keyboard player Mike Finnigan and guitarist Jim Krueger, Dave Mason turned in a strong pop-rock collection on his second, self-titled album. Show Me Some Affection was one of those ... more »
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Using his touring band, which included keyboard player Mike Finnigan and guitarist Jim Krueger, Dave Mason turned in a strong pop-rock collection on his second, self-titled album. Show Me Some Affection was one of those songs that should have been a hit single, Mason recut a fuller version of Every Woman, originally heard on It's Like You Never Left, and the album also included Mason's version of Bob Dylan's All Along The Watchtower, in an arrangement patterned after the one by Jimi Hendrix, on which Mason had played six years earlier.
Worth it for one song...
James J. Jenkins | 02/24/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This album has the definitive All Along The Watchtower. All others pale in comparison. Jimmie and Bob and Dave Mathews and the other wannabes can all get in line..."
James J. Jenkins | Weare, NH United States | 09/30/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As a devoted Traffic fan ever since I heard "Mr. Fantasy" for the first time, I was thrilled to be recently turned on to Dave Mason's solo stuff. I can honestly say that "Relation Ships" from the Dave Mason album is one my favorites bar none. His first three albums are, in my mind, interpretations of where Traffic could have gone, and it's beautiful to listen to Dave in 1973 and then Traffic in 1973 because they complement each other so well. BUY THEM ALL-COMPLETE THE COLLECTION!"
The album that made me investigate further!
James J. Jenkins | 10/03/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A high school friend turned me on to this album back in the early 70's. I was spellbound by Dave Mason's cover of All Along The Watch Tower. Hendrix would have been proud! This album put Dave on the map (for awhile). I saw this tour live and was blown away! I've been a Dave fan ever since and am very pleased that his collection is FINALLY available on cd."