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    1. Narn

      DAVE MASON —Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and TRAFFIC co-founding member–has announced the May 13 release his new album, FUTURE’S PAST (Something Music/MRI) featuring new versions of his classic songs plus new material that he has written and performed on tour over the last few years.
    2. Goshicage

      Explore releases from Dave Mason at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Dave Mason at the Discogs Marketplace. Masson, N. Mason, Traffic, Dave Mason: XM Radio ‎ (CD, Album) Barham Productions Inc. none: US:
    3. Makora

      "Feelin' Alright?", also known as "Feeling Alright", is a song written by Dave Mason of the English rock band Traffic for their eponymous album Traffic. It was also released as a single, and failed to chart in both the UK and the US, but it did reach a bubbling under position of # on the Billboard Hot
    4. Taugor

      The Last Great Traffic Jam, a double live album and DVD released in , documents the band's reunion tour. The four original members of Traffic were inducted for their contributions in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on 15 March
    5. Mikashakar

      Dave Mason. The Psychedelic Splatter pattern of this particular record, Alone Together, was one of the first of it’s kind I believe, at least in my world, and it was Dave’s first solo album after leaving the band Traffic (Stevie Windwood, Jim Capaldi, Chris Wood and Mason). See More.
    6. Taushura

      Traffic co-founder Dave Mason has confirmed that his new album, Future’s Past, will be released on May The record features re-workings of Traffic classics like “Dear Mr. Fantasy” and.
    7. Arashicage

      Last Exit is the third studio album by English rock band Traffic released in May It is a collection of odds and ends collected by Island Records after the initial breakup of the band. The first half of the album consists of studio recordings, while the second half was recorded live at the Fillmore girichlaitastumatdetasushelppyse.xyzinfo album reached number 19 in the American Billboard chart.
    8. Shakticage

      Though the two-CD set Smiling Phases finally put a comprehensive Traffic compilation on the market in , the only readily available single-disc collection had long been Best of Traffic, originally issued halfway through the band's career.

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