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Dave Mason — Split Coconut (September 19, 1975)

Dave Mason — Split Coconut (September 19, 1975)

 Dave Mason — Split Coconut (September 19, 1975)
♦★♦    Měřeno celoživotní láskou ke kreativitě v celém nahrávacím procesu. Už od prvotní myšlenky, přes velmi pečlivý ponor do výběru materiálu, až k dokonalému lineup, vhodnému pro tuto hudbu. Posuďte sami. Od koho se učili Joe Zawinul, Graham Nash, Carlos Santana, David Crosby, režisér, mixing engineer a producent Bruce Botnick..., a koneckonců i Dave Mason? To není z lidského zdroje toto..., a ani nemůže být... Allmusic’s brief retrospective review called the album a major disappointment after Mason’s first two albums for Columbia, claiming that the songs seem both hastily written and hastily recorded.
♦★♦   Immensely talented singer/guitarist who has enjoyed stints with Traffic and long solo career. Birth name: David Thomas Mason
Born: May 10, 1946 in Worcester, England
Location: UK
Album release: September 19, 1975
Record Label: Columbia/One Way Records
Styles: Contemporary Pop/Rock, Prog–Rock, Soft Rock, AM Pop
Genre: Progressive Rock, Soft Rock
Duration:     33:07
Tracks:
01. Split Coconut      3:41
02. Crying, Waiting & Hoping      2:43
03. You Can Lose It      3:04
04. She’s A Friend      2:54
05. Save Your Love      4:18
06. Give Me A Reason Why      5:02
07. Two Guitar Lovers      3:34
08. Sweet Music      3:21
09. Long Lost Friend      4:29
© Dave MasonWritten by:
♦   All songs by Dave Mason unless otherwise noted.
♦   Buddy Holly     2
♦   Dave Mason, Jim Kreuger     3
♦   Maureen Grey     7
Personnel:
♦   Dave Mason — vocals, guitar, slide guitar
♦   David Crosby — vocals, background vocals
♦   Graham Nash — guitar, background vocals
♦   Rick Jaeger — drums
♦   Gerald Johnson — bass
♦   Mark T. Jordan — organ, keyboards, clavinet
♦   Jim Krueger — guitar
♦   The Manhattan Transfer — vocals, background vocals
♦   Emil Richards — percussion, marimba
♦   Jai Winding — organ, synthesizer, piano, keyboards
Chart positions:
♦   1975     Billboard Pop Albums      #27Credits:
♦   Bruce Botnick Engineer, Mixing, Producer
♦   Ron Coro Design
♦   David Crosby Choir/Chorus, Guest Artist, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
♦   Joe Garnett Illustrations
♦   Buddy Holly Composer
♦   Dr. Rick Jaeger Drums
♦   Gerald Johnson Bass
♦   Mark T. Jordan Clavinet, Keyboards, Organ
♦   Jim Kreuger Composer
♦   Ron Kriss Illustrations
♦   Jim Krueger Guitar
♦   The Manhattan Transfer Guest Artist, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
♦   Dave Mason Composer, Guitar, Producer, Slide Guitar, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
♦   Graham Nash Choir/Chorus, Guest Artist, Guitar, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
♦   Emil Richards Marimba, Percussion
♦   Ethan Russell Photography
♦   Jim Shea Photography
♦   Jai Winding Keyboards, Organ, Piano, SynthesizerAllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann
♦   Dave Mason’s relentless touring and recording schedule may have been draining his creativity at this point, but Split Coconut was a drop–off from his first two Columbia albums, the songs seemingly thrown together and recorded quickly. Mason enlisted strong vocal assistance from Graham Nash and David Crosby and the Manhattan Transfer. But he had set a higher songwriting standard for himself than he was meeting here. (Originally released by Columbia Records as Columbia 33698, Split Coconut was reissued on CD by One Way Records as One Way 26079 on September 26, 1995.)
♦   http://www.allmusic.com/
Website: http://www.davemasonmusic.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaveMasonMusic/_____________________________________________________________

Dave Mason — Split Coconut (September 19, 1975)

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