Good 70's song.
On & On written by Ned Doheny - Dave Mason : Guitars, Vocals, Cass Elliot : Vocals, Paul Harris : Keyboards, Russ Kunkel : Drums, percussion, Bryan Garo : Bass, Leah Kunkel : Background Vocals, Ned Doheny : Guitar, vocals Album : Dave Mason and Cass Elliot - released : 1971 - New video in HD with inedit images - Best results watching on expanded screen & lights off - Illustrations by graphic artist Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972 ) - Images Editing and Recycling : Eduardo Franco - 2010
Traffic / Dave Mason, Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi Induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2004. Presented by RKS Guitars Featuring Kid Rock, Keith Richards, Jackson Browne, Tom Petty, ZZ Top, Temptations, Paul Schaefer and more....
Live with the Dave Mason Band From Sunrise FL
Dave Mason sings one of the best love song "Every Woman"
Alone Together (Dave Mason album) Alone Together is the debut solo album by former Traffic member Dave Mason, released in 1970 Mason was joined on the album by a roster of guest musicians, including Bonnie Bramlett, Leon Russell, Jim Capaldi, Rita Coolidge, Carl Radle and Jim Gordon The song "Only You Know and I Know" reached number #42 on the Billboard charts in the US and was the records major commercial success2 About 30% of the records were produced in so-called marble vinyl,citation needed a swirled mix of pink, brown and beige, rather than the usual black vinyl3 The original record jacket is a tri-fold with a half-pocket on the inside to hold the record originally issued without a paper inner sleeve The top of the tri-fold has a die-cut image of Mason in a top hat, collaged behind a rocky outcrop, and there is a small die-cut hole at the top to permit the jacket to be hung on the wall as a posterverification needed Alone Together album and jacket, featuring "marble vinyl" disc Contents 1 Track listing 2 Personnel 3 Production 4 References Track listing All tracks written by Dave Mason, ex Alone Together (Dave Mason album) Click for more; https://www.turkaramamotoru.com/en/alone-together-dave-mason-album-17425.html There are excerpts from wikipedia on this article and video
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Title: Feelin' Alright (track 05) Artist: Traffic Album: Traffic Year: 1968 Label: Island, United Artists, Polydor Writer(s): Dave Mason Lyrics: Seems I've got to have a change of scene Cause every night I have the strangest dream Imprisoned by the way it couldn't be Left here on my own or so it seems I've got to leave before I start to scream But someone's locked the door and took the key Ya feelin' alright? I'm not feelin' too good myself Well, ya feelin' Alright? I'm not feelin' too good myself Well boy you sure took me for one big ride And even now I sit and wonder why That when I think of you I start to cry I just can't waste my time I must keep dry Got to stop believin' in all your lies Cause there's too much to do before I die Ya feelin' alright? I'm not feelin' too good myself Well, ya feelin' alright? I'm not feelin' too good myself Don't get too lost in all I say Like the time I really felt that way But that was then and now it's today Can't get off yet and so I'm here to stay Till' someone comes along and takes my place With a different name, yes, and a different face Ya Feelin' alright? I'm not feelin' too good myself Well, ya feelin' alright? I'm not feelin' too good myself
"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" was written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin. It has been recorded and performed by numerous artists, touching as it does, a universal pulse. Dave Mason delivers a brilliant guitar and vocal performance as he pours his heart into this timeless classic, which made it to #39 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1978. "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" was listed at #126 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time, according to Wikipedia. Standard YouTube License All Rights Reserved to Owners of Copyrights Licensee does not own images or music. This is a fan-made video.