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Number of Some Assembly Required (1987) Reviews: 1
Much assembly required as it sounds low budget
Reviewer: John Fitzgerald, Human resources staff database assistant April 21, 2001 Although more than half of this album are Mason originals, the best moment is the
heartfelt opener which is a cover of Leonard Cohen's "Breakaway". This is a cautious,
low key, comeback album for Dave. He's noticeably rusty but the greatness is in there
somewhere underneath the keyboard laden production and an overall lightweight sound
though it does fair better than the more high profile comeback attempt with "Two hearts"
this isn't a classic outing, with an obviously low budget approach almost sounding demo
like. It gives one the feeling of an original recording album that would be purchased on
TV. It's definitely one of Dave's weaker discs but probably not his worst overall and
"Breakaway" is very good.
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