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Mason was a friend of guitarist Jimi Hendrix , whose career was launched in England in 1966. Hendrix first heard the song " All Along the Watchtower ", from Bob Dylan 's album John Wesley Harding , with Mason at the apartment of a friend who had acquired a prior release of the album. Hendrix recorded his own version at Olympic Studios , South West London, with Mason playing 12-string acoustic guitar . The song was released on the album Electric Ladyland in September 1968.  Mason also sings backing vocals on " Crosstown Traffic ". When it came out as a single in October, it hit No. 5 in the UK Singles Chart and reached the Top 40 in the . Mason later recorded his own version of the song for his 1974 album, Dave Mason , with Bob Glaub on bass. Mason appears on the Rolling Stones' 1968 album Beggars Banquet , although uncredited.  Mason's connection was Jimmy Miller , who served as producer for the Stones and Traffic. In 1969–1970, Mason toured with Delaney and Bonnie and Friends , along with Eric Clapton and George Harrison . Mason appears on George Harrison's 1970 solo set All Things Must Pass . In 1970, Mason was slated to be the second guitarist for Derek and the Dominos . He played on their early studio sessions, including the Phil Spector production of " Tell the Truth ", which was later withdrawn from sale (and is now a collectors item). He also played at their first gig at the London Lyceum but left the group soon after that. He co-wrote the song "Big Thirst" on Oh How We Danced , by Jim Capaldi (Mason's bandmate in the Hellions, Deep Feeling, and Traffic), and played the guitar solo on "Don't Be a Hero".