Jun 102018

Written by Harvey Mason & Onaje Allan Gumbs

Between the seventies and the eighties, legendary soul/jazz drummer Harvey Mason was one of the most sought-after session players as well as a successful R&B/fusion solo artist. In those glorious days, Mason played drums on many seminal records including George Benson’s “Breezin,’” Herbie Hancock’s “Watermelon Man,” Bill Withers’ “Hello Like Before” and Kenny Loggins’ “Celebrate Me Home.” The revered drummer often crossed paths with fellow super session guy David Foster who co-wrote songs and played keyboards on his albums.

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Jul 232006

Written by David Foster & Harvey Mason

Harvey Mason is a legendary drummer and a member of the fusion combo, Fourplay. Mason has had a versatile solo career that started in 1976 with his debut entitled “Marching In The Streets.” At the end of the seventies he reached the peak of his success with a couple of very good releases, “Funk In A Mason Jar” and “Groovin’ You.” Continue reading »