1. Paper Sun / A House For Everyone 2. Interview / Hole In My Shoe 3. Coloured Rain 4. Dear Mr. Fantasy 5. Smiling Phases 6. Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush 7. Heaven Is In Your Mind 8. Dealer 9. No Face, No Name, No Number 10. Hope They Never Find Me Here 11. Heaven Is In Your Mind 12. No Face, No Name, No Number 13. 40.000 Headmen 14. Blindman 15. Dear Mr Fantasy 16. You Can All Join In 17. Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring 18. Feelin' Alright 19. Pearly Queen 20. Feelin' Alright
Classic Radio Broadcasts: On their formation in April 1967 Traffic experienced instant success and rapidly expanding popularity. That they accomplished so much in such a short space of time attests to the talent of the band s particular blend of creative forces, but also might explain why the first few years were so tumultuous. Although Steve Winwood was already a widely respected figure due to his time with The Spencer Davis Group, the strength of Traffic s debut single, Paper Sun, took many observers by surprise. A number 5 hit in the UK, the song signaled that Winwood had matured into one of the most significant figures in British music and, as further material appeared over the course of 67, that Traffic were a major arrival on the scene - Dave Mason s Hole In My Shoe gave the band a UK number 2 in August and November s Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush their third successive top ten hit. When the group s debut album, Mr. Fantasy, arrived in December, it was to rapturous acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic; but trouble lay ahead. In early 68 Dave Mason quit, citing artistic differences. Although he briefly re-joined the band during sessions for their second album, Traffic, he left again shortly after and Traffic never really recovered. Winwood exited in early 69 (to the shock and surprise of Jim Capaldi and Chris Wood) and formed Blind Faith alongside Eric Clapton & Ginger Baker. Despite their eventual reformation in 1970 (minus Mason), 67- 68 thus stands alone as the original pure era in Traffic s history. With the impact that the band made on British music at the time, they fast became fixtures of radio programming, on John Peel s Top Gear show in particular. Collected here are the complete BBC performances by Traffic from across 1967-68, a fascinating journey that traces the evolution of the band over the course of its quintessential period, from Paper Sun in September 67 to Feelin Alright in July 68, Dave Mason s last great gift before he walked.
|Genre :||British invasion|
|Décennie :||60's ROCK|
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