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Dave & Cass opened my mind
Reviewer: Esteban Iturra (firstname.lastname@example.org), Sales Manager September 07, 2005 I heard this special album in a cassette that was bought in Guam Island in 1973, the music showed me the beatiful mix of vocal harmony whit piano, electric piano and acoustic guitar, this music changed my point of view (at 13 years old) about the creation of beautiful
songs( a good influence to my songwriter career). I was blessed, thank you, Dave & Cass
Dave Mason is a master
Reviewer: Jeffrey Hunt, Estimator/Project Manager September 01, 2004 I just saw Dave in concert this past Saturday night in Atlantic City. Still going strong at 60 years of age! He did a wonderful rendition of "Too much truth, too much love", which is the eighth track on this album.... obviously, without Mama Cass. My favorites on this album are "To be free" and "Sit and wonder", but I must comment on "Here we go again" which is a Cass Elliot solo performance. The words probably wrap up the story of her love life... but are beautifully put (she in fact wrote the song). But you can't help being entranced by her awesome voice on this song!
This is the most underrated Dave Mason album.
Reviewer: Tom Donaldson, February 04, 2002 I first bought this album nearly thirty years ago. I was intrigued by the combination of Dave Mason & Cass Elliot. Although Cass & Mason collaborate on a few songs, make no mistake that Dave Mason is the guiding force behind this album. The harmonies on this album are tremendous and far exceed any vocal harmonies on any Traffic albums. Mason's talents as an acoustic lead guitarist are brought to the forefront on songs like "Walk to the Point" and "Glittering Facade". My favorite song on the album is "Too Much Truth, Too Much Love", which features great vocals along with great guitar work. Of the ten songs on this album, 5 or 6 are masterfully crafted, and the remaining songs,although not great songs, are easy to listen to, and after hearing them a few times, will grow on you.
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