Dave Mason's debut smash LP Alone Together will always be revered as one of the finest rock albums ever released from the classic rock era. By 1970, Dave had already racked up a ton of acclaim as co-founder of Traffic with Stevie Winwood, Jim Capaldi and Chris Wood, plus had played guitar on so many classic album like Jimi Hendrix's Electric Ladyland and George Harrison's All Things Must Pass. This stellar debut solo release would culminate the fabric of the late sixties into the promise of what was to become the seventies.
Alone Together shows this master musician's skills in the studio, his amazing guitar artistry, stellar vocals and songwriting expertise. Featuring some of his greatest songs like the brilliant opener "Only You Know and I Know", his masterworks "Shouldn't Have Took More than You Gave", "World in Changes" and the prog rock genius of "Look at You, Look at Me" co-written with Traffic mate Jim Capaldi.
Over 50 years later these tunes continue to resonate with his ever growing fan base, and Friday Music is pleased to be a part of the celebration with this 1970 masterpiece.
To celebrate the golden anniversary of Dave Mason's debut smash, Friday Music is pleased to announce for the first time ever a super limited 180 Gram Translucent Gold Audiophile Vinyl release of Alone Together.
To further enhance your listening enjoyment, Friday Music are including a striking gatefold cover artwork presentation, making this a keepsake for years to come.
- Limited Edition
- Translucent Gold Vinyl
- 180g Vinyl
- 50th Anniversary Edition
- Mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios
- Gatefold Cover
- Only You Know and I Know
- Can't Stop Worrying, Can't Stop Loving
- Waitin' on You
- Shouldn't Have Took More than You Gave
- World in Changes
- Sad and Deep as You
- Just a Song
- Look at You Look at Me