Dave Mason & Greg Lake
Woodley Park, Van Nuys, CA
October 10, 1993

Source : unknown mics > Sony WM-D3 > Cassette Master (Sony UX Pro 90) (courtesy of Wes Meyette archive)

Transfer : Sony TC-WE 475 > Tascam DR-40 Linear PCM Recorder 16/44.1 kHz)

Editing : Soundforge (tracking) > Wave > TLH (SB's aligned) Flac level 8

Traders Den - March 10, 2019

Transferred & Tracked by kingrue upload 1846

Here's something kind of special, we have Dave Mason from Traffic and Greg Lake from ELP, giving us both short performances.

Greg Lake's set was only 17 minutes long and the master tape was later copied onto the end of side B of Dave Mason's tape, thus Greg Lake's set is now a 1st gen copy.

Does anyone know the title for track 10 instrumental ?


On a side note, it's notable to mention some of Dave Mason's musical high lights.

Dave Mason played the 12 string on the song "All Along The Watchtower" from Jimi Hendrix's 1968 album Electric Ladyland.

Also on that album Mason sings backing vocals on "Crosstown Traffic".

Mason appears on the Rolling Stones' 1968 album Beggars Banquet, playing the Shehnai and bass drum on "Street Fighting Man".

Mason appears on George Harrison's 1970 solo set "All Things Must Pass".

Mason was slated to be the second guitarist for Derek and the Dominos. He played on their early studio sessions,

While Dave did play at the Dominos first gig at the London Lyceum, but left the group soon after that. (a lost oppportunity for sure).

Followed by years of soloing efforts and some radio success.

Mason's 1980 single, "Save Me", featured a duet with Michael Jackson.

In 1988, Mason did a duet with Phoebe Snow, called "Dreams I Dream" reached #11 on the US adult contemporary charts.

For a brief period in the 1990s, Mason joined Fleetwood Mac and released the album Time with them in 1995.

In 1997 Mason was scheduled to be a member of Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, but he was dropped from rehearsals before the tour started.

In 2002, he released the DVD Dave Mason: Live at Sunrise, a recording of a live performance at the Sunrise Musical Theater in Sunrise.

In 2004, Mason was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a founding member of Traffic.


Greg Lake from the 2 huge bands, King Crimson and Emerson, Lake & Palmer.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer had finished their tour in April 1993, so Greg Lake was out doing some solo gigs, durin ghis free time.

Greg would continue touring with Emerson, Lake & Palmer again from 1996 thru 1998.

Sadly, Greg Lake passed away on December 7, 2016 at age 69.


Thanks to Wes for supplying the recording and allowing it to be shared here.

Check samples for quality.


Dave Mason's set = 49:16

01 introduction
02 Changes
03 Let It Flow
04 Stormy Monday
05 We Just Disagree
06 Dear Mr Fantasy
07 Feelin' Alright
-- tape flip --
08 All Along the Watchtower

Greg Lake's set = 17:16 (1st gen copy)

09 From The Beginning (ELP cover)
10 Instrumental (??)
11 Still, You Turn Me On (ELP cover)
12 Lucky Man (ELP cover)

Total Time = 01:06:32

~~ ENJOY ~~

PS: I've got a request. Does anyone have this show. I'd like to see it posted here. I know it's out there.

Dave Mason
Copley Square Park, Boston, MA
August 5, 1993
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