The one and only solo album from the late Mostly Autumn guitarist Liam Davison is much more than simply good, as the reviews testify.
Throughout the album his six-string influences; particularly Jeff Beck and David Gilmour are evident for all to hear, and allied with his own unique style, has produced solos of breathtaking majesty. All songs are Davison’s own compositions with the lush ballad, Once In A Lifetime a joint collaboration with Mostly Autumn’s former lead vocalist, Heather Findlay. In fact it was one of Findlay's first compositions since leaving Mostly Autumn in April 2010 and has become a classic amongst the fan base.
Ride The Seventh Wave (4:43)
The Way We Were (5:43)
Emerald Eternity (2:06)
Eternally Yours (4:53)
In To The Setting Sun (7:34)
Once In A Lifetime (4:34)
Heading Home (6:38)
Picture Postcard (8:50)
“Not sure if the world of rock still cares enough to support and listen to real music but if it does then Liam Davison is going to wake a lot of people up with his dreamy, visceral soundscapes. This one is a winner.”
Classic Rock Revisited
“Will quite probably feature in my Top 20 albums of the year – it’s that good!”
“After a couple of listens it became obvious that Liam Davison had created a special album. People who enjoy Pink Floyd and Mostly Autumn should have this release in their collection.”