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Album Review

The 1981 Columbia compilation album The Best of Dave Mason was a ten-track disc that included the four Mason singles that had hit the upper half of the charts in 1977 and 1978 — "So High (Rock Me Baby and Roll Me Away)," "We Just Disagree," "Let It Go, Let It Flow," and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" — plus some of Mason's better-known album cuts from his Columbia albums and live versions of his older hits "Only You Know and I Know" and "Feelin' Alright?" Of course, the more familiar recordings of those songs, and a few other tracks that arguably should have been part of a comprehensive Mason best-of were owned by other companies. [This album is not to be confused with an identically titled album released by Blue Thumb (6013) in 1974, or with the more extensive compilation of Mason's Columbia recordings, Long Lost Friend: The Best of Dave Mason, released by Legacy/Columbia (57165) in 1995.]

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The Best of Dave Mason

Great, Wonderful and brings back the 70's perfect!

Great Songs and Great Memories

Dave Mason is a great musician but very underrated. I'm about to see him in concert. He's still rockin out after all of these years.

Biography

Born: May 10, 1946 in Worcester, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Pop/rock singer/songwriter/guitarist Dave Mason was born May 10, 1944, in Worcester, England. He was a professional musician by his teens and, as a member of the instrumental group the Jaguars, made his recording debut on a locally released single, "Opus to Spring," in 1963. It was with the Jaguars that he first encountered drummer Jim Capaldi, and the two became members of the Hellions, who played around the U.K. and in Hamburg, West Germany, as well as cutting a few singles in 1964 and '65. Mason...
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