|Format: CD / Cat No: TSA1005 / Released: 18/02/2011
Track Listing: 1. Ride The Seventh Wave / 2. The Way We Were / 3. Eternally Yours / 4. Emerald Eternity / 5. In To The Setting Sun / 6. Once In A Lifetime / 7. Heading Home / 8. Picture Postcard
More information: Davison has been a member of Mostly Autumn since its inception in the mid-nineties and in that time the band has built a devoted following. Within the band, Davison has always been happy to stand in the shadows, supporting lead guitarist Bryan Josh, and throwing in the vital guitar components that enhance the group's lush soundscapes. But now, with A Treasure Of Well-Set Jewels, he has produced a cornucopia of aural delights that showcase his unique guitar style and song writing talents.
Throughout the album his six-string influences; in particular the likes of 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 is one of Findlay's first compositions since leaving Mostly Autumn in April 2010 and is already destined to become a classic. Findlay also sings on the album's closing track Picture Postcard. Also on the album is vocalist Anne-Marie Helder, who as well as contributing to Mostly Autumn's sound in recent years, fronts Panic Room.