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TRAFFIC – Where The Poppies Grow

April 17, 2018

Vogon 2018 Berkshire campers’ early excursions to outer reaches via radio waves. The Summer of Love signaled a period of wild creativity for this quartet, and it didn’t take them long to come up with a slew of material which … Continue reading

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Dave Mason – 14/10/2015 – Hugh’s Room, Toronto

October 19, 2015

You can know it but still you cannot imagine – even having watched or listened to his concert performances on video – what a great guitarist is. It takes seeing him on-stage, especially on a stage like one in “Hugh’s … Continue reading

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Interview with Dave Mason

October 11, 2015

“Feelin’ Alright” is his most famous song but it can also be Dave Mason’s motto. His guitar and voice resonate through many of rock ‘n’ roll milestones – from Dave’s days with TRAFFIC on to here and now – yet, … Continue reading

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Interview with DAVE MASON

October 11, 2015

October 2015 “Feelin’ Alright” is his most famous song but it can also be Dave Mason’s motto. His guitar and voice resonate through many of rock ‘n’ roll milestones – from Dave’s days with TRAFFIC on to here and now – yet, what with … Continue reading

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Dave Mason makes a timeless offer

February 28, 2014

Despite his achievements, Dave Mason remains one of the most, even criminally, underrated rock artists. To mention just a few of contributions to the canon, it’ll be suffice to recall “Feelin’ Alright” that Dave wrote for TRAFFIC, a band he was … Continue reading

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