Steve Winwood / Jim Capaldi / Dave Mason / Chris Wood / Rick Grech / "Reebop" Kwaku Baah / Jim Gordon - Gimme Some Lovin' album download
|A||Gimme Some Lovin', Part I||3:45|
|B||Gimme Some Lovin', Part II||4:07|
- Licensed From – Island Records
- Manufactured By – Ariola Eurodisc S.A.
- Published By – Island Music
- Written-By – M. Winwood*, Spencer Davis, St. Winwood*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Depósito Legal: B.35029-1971
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Other (Impuesto de Lujo a Metalico): Permiso Nº 6649
|50841||Traffic, Etc.*||Gimme Some Lovin' (7")||United Artists Records||50841||US||1971|
|TIM+1||Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Dave Mason, Chris Wood , Rick Grech, Rebop Kwaku Baah, Jim Gordon||Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Dave Mason, Chris Wood , Rick Grech, Rebop Kwaku Baah, Jim Gordon - Gimme Some Lovin' (7", Single, Promo, W/Lbl)||Island Records||TIM+1||UK||1971|
|50841||Traffic, Etc.*||Gimme Some Lovin' (7", Single)||United Artists Records||50841||US||1971|
|50841||Traffic, Etc.*||Gimme Some Lovin' (7", Promo)||United Artists Records||50841||US||1971|
|10467 AT||Steve Winwood / Jim Capaldi / Dave Mason / Chris Wood / Rick Grech / "Reebop" Kwaku Baah* / Jim Gordon||Steve Winwood / Jim Capaldi / Dave Mason / Chris Wood / Rick Grech / "Reebop" Kwaku Baah* / Jim Gordon - Gimme Some Lovin' (7", Single)||Island Records||10467 AT||Netherlands||1971|
Congas, Timbales, Bongos – "Reebop" Kwaku Baah. Engineer – Brian Humphries. Photography By, Design – Visualeyes. Saxophone, Flute, Electric Piano, Organ – Chris Wood (2). Vocals, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Dave Mason. Vocals, Organ, Electric Piano, Guitar – Steve Winwood. Vocals, Tambourine, Percussion – Jim Capaldi. Recorded Live at Fairfield Hall, Croydon and the Oz Benefit Concert, London, July 1971.
Members: Steve Winwood. Musicians who passed through the band in the early Seventies included bassist Ric Grech, African percussionist Reebop Kwaku Baah, drummer Jim Gordon, and David Hood and Roger Hawkins of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. The early Seventies yielded Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys (1971), Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory (1973) and the live On the Road (1973). At some stops they opened for the Grateful Dead. Winwood has spoken about what made Traffic unique.
Winwood's organ and Mason's rhythm guitar are conspicuously out of sync for part of "Gimme Some Lovin'". By the time of their next tour, Traffic had expanded with the additions of Dave Mason, Jim Gordon, and Reebop Kwaku Baah. The band only played six dates, two of which – their opening performance at Fairfield Hall, Croydon and a London benefit for Oz – were recorded and mixed to become Welcome to the Canteen. Mason was keen to take this version of Traffic to the United States, but Winwood was only interested in doing these six dates. Mason said, "It's Stevie's band, so it's up to hi.
Traffic' LONDON - JULY 1971 L-R Rick Grech, Reebop Kwaku Baah, Jim Capaldi, Steve Winwood, Chris Wood, Dave Mason, Jim Gordon, Traffic in Mikes Cafe in Blenhein Crescent, West London on July 11 1971 Photo by Brian Cooke Redferns Rick Grech; Reebop Kwaku Baah;Jim Capaldi;Steve Winwood;Chris Wood;Dave Mason;Jim Gordon . Antoine Sanfuentes. Gene Clark Harry Nilsson Randy Newman Dave Mason Jim Gordon Ludwig Drums Joe Cocker Frank Zappa Eric Clapton. Jim Gordon with Ludwig drums. Jim Gordon Drums John Wick Concert Music Monsters Jazz Musica Percussion.
Winwood Capaldi Wood Kwaku Baah Gee. 21 notes. Jim Capaldi arrived, and agreed with Steve. We’ll be able to throw the sound round more. Steve’s organ will come out more and Chris can play more solos. With more instruments you only have to rehearse more. It’s not a drastic change, and we’ll still be able to play most of the numbers on the LP. Chris Wood will play flute and bass, and occasionally play piano, while Steve plays organ. What does the future hold for Traffic? At the moment we’ll concentrate more on one-nighters, that’s always been the secene really . capaldi winwood mason wood rock
Stevie Winwood - keyboard, guitar, vocals; Jim Capaldi - vocals; Chris Wood - sax; Rick Grech - bass; Jim Gordon - drums; Reebop Kwaku Baah - percussion. 6) Traffic (SBD A+) 1972-02-21 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Santa Monica CA Soundboard Recording (A+) 320 kbps Artwork Included. Steve Winwood - guitar, keyboards, vocals Jim Capaldi - drums, vocals; Rosco Gee - bass Randall Bramlatt - winds, keyboards Mike McEvoy - guitar, keyboards Walfredo Reyes Jr. - drums, percussion. 15) TRAFFIC (VG AUD) Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Las Vegas, NV June 2, 1994 No Artwork.
Dear Mr. Fantasy (Jim Capaldi/Steve Winwood/Chris Wood) (10:55) B2. Gimme Some Lovin’ (Steve Winwood/Muff Winwood/Spencer Davis) (9:00). The Players This seven-piece version of the band (billed here as Traffic, Etc. ) played a handful of live dates in 1971: Reebop Kwaku Baah (congas, timbales, bongos), Jim Capaldi (vocals, tambourine, percussion), Rick Grech (bass), Jim Gordon (drums), Dave Mason (vocals, lead guitar, acoustic guitar), Steve Winwood (vocals, organ, electric piano, guitar). and Chris Wood (saxophones, flutes, electric piano, organ). The album was produced by Chris Blackwell.
Bass – Rick Grech Congas, Timbales, Bongos – Rebop Kwaku Baah Drums – Jim Gordon Engineer – Brian Humphries Saxophone, Flute, Electric Piano, Organ – Chris Wood Vocals, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Dave Mason Vocals, Organ, Electric Piano, Guitar – Steve Winwood Vocals, Tambourine, Percussion – Jim Capaldi. Released with pink rim "palm-tree" label design. Front cover states the main artists: Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Dave Mason, Chris Wood, Rick Grech, 'Reebop' Kwaku Baah, Jim Gordon Labels and spine states: Traffic.