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Live At Sunrise (2002) - Dave Mason

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Dave Mason

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Let It Go, Let It FlowLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:16
Only You Know And I KnowLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:41
World In ChangesLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 5:06
We Just DisagreeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:16
(Roamin' Thro' The Gloamin With) 40,000 HeadmenLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 7:48
  Comments: Billed as "40,000 Headmen".
Look At You Look At MeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 14:47
Dear Mr. Fantasy
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 6:44
All Along The WatchtowerLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:27
Feelin' Alright?Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 7:09
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Greg Babcock, Richard Campbell, John Sambataro/Sambatero, Bobby Scumaci

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Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

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Dave Mason (Producer), Jim Capaldi (Songwriter), Jim Capaldi (Songwriter), Bob Dylan (Robert Allen Zimmerman) (Songwriter), Jim Krueger (Songwriter), Dave Mason (Songwriter), Dave Mason (Songwriter), Steve Winwood (Songwriter), Steve Winwood (Songwriter), Chris Wood (Songwriter), Chris Wood (Songwriter), Larry Marano (Photography), Barry Ehrmann (Executive Producer), Pierre Lamoureux (Executive Producer), Image Entertainment, Inc. (Package Design), Phil Bonanno (Mix Engineer), Phil Bonanno (Co-Producer), Francois Lamoureux (Audio Production Supervisor), Artisan Recorders (Audio Mobile Recording By), Peter Yianilos (Audio Engineer)

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Image Entertainment

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Recorded live at the Sunrise Musical Theater, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

(P) & (C) 2002 Dave Mason An MCY Music World Inc. Production.

All Rights Reserved.

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Review written by John Fitzgerald, January 4th, 2005

This would be a great recording anyways but the crystal clear sound quality is the main godsend to this live outing with up front, crisp backing vocals by Dave's other band members and LOTS of great stinging lead guitar work from Mason. "Let it go let it flow" is a great opener as the above mentioned attributes will hit you right away on this one. Now, although a CLASSIC studio cut, I've never thought that "Only you know and I know" has worked live though this is one of the best live versions available of it around due again to the album's strengths as mentioned. There's an agreeable silky quality to "World in changes" here but it still has the required punch at the right times. "We just disagree" has the drive of the studio version after the first verse and those that liked he sound of the "Time" tour renditions of this tune will not be disappointed. "(Roamin' thro'the gloamin' with) 40,000 headmen" is the underrated gem of the album as it comes close to the "Welcome to the canteen" version for being the best live version available with unusually extended (and tasty) lead guitar at the end while in contrast, the epic "Look at you look at me" always has had high expectations. However, it does not let one down here. It's great to hear Dave dig this nugget out again as it's more rocking than usual and it's not as jazzy in the middle section as it was on "Certified live" with Dave Gilmour styled down bends on the echo howls section though there is a surprising reggae feel for one minute on the keyboard solo before the chiming harmonics section leads in to the big guitar solo end complete with Dave's new fretboard tapping skills he seems to have utilized more from the 90's onward. "Dear Mr. Fantasy" is another track helped by the sound quality as although Mason does make it snappy just as he did on the Mason/Capaldi "Live the 40,000 headmen tour" CD, this CD's version is preferable mainly for the much improved sound quality. Then Dave and the guys launch in to a thundering "All along the watchtower" which is the closest version Dave has cut to the way he should have cut it in the first place in the studio (with more emphasis on the guitar!) then the closing "Feelin' alright" has a good keys solo and handy upwards string bends from Dave this time, though he doesn't do as much with the solo as he sometimes does on this number, the "bends" help on that part, a lot! It sure is great to hear Dave rocking again like he did in the late 60's & early 70's as this is what Dave does best. Though the same recording that is on the DVD/VHS release, no version of this will disappoint. I just hope he can keep it comin'!

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Also available on VHS/DVD video.

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Discography entry submitted by Christy Valkman.