Liam Davison the second guitarist with an solo album.
The great second guitarist of Mostly Autumn has almost finished his solo album.
Liam provides the live sound of Mostly Autumn with great guitar work, some excellent slide work an so now and then an awesome solo, like the great riff in the new intro of "The spirit of Autumn Past Part 2.
Liam wil releases his solo album A Treasure Of well Set Jewels on 18th October 2010.
The debut solo album by Mostly Autumn guitarist Liam Davison is a cornucopia of aural delights.
Guests include fellow Mostly Autumn band mates, Heather Findlay, Iain Jennings and Gavin Griffiths plus Paul Teasdale (Breathing Space) and Simon Waggot.
All songs are new compositions by Liam except 'Once In A Lifetime' a joint composition with Heather Findlay which is a beautiful piece with a gorgeous concept.
The album is to be recorded at Fairview with John Spence.
The first edition of this release will be strictly limited to 1,000 copies with bonus material and comes in two versions - 'Emerald' and 'Diamond'.
Emerald edition: Enhanced CD in slipcase with bonus tracks and video material. (800 copies only).