It's Like You Never Left
When Traffic was in its first flush of fame in the mid-Sixties, there was a certain amount of rivalry between founder members Steve Winwood and Dave Mason. Both sang, played guitar and wrote atmospheric, cleverly constructed songs. However, it was Dave who wrote the band’s first big hit single ‘Hole In My Shoe’, a 1967 classic. That same year, Mason quit Traffic, although he rejoined them briefly in 1968. He subsequently con-centrated on his solo career, releasing this Top 50 album in 1973, which consists of all original material and features guest appearances by Dave’s famous friends, Graham Nash and Stevie Wonder.