Traffic - Best Of Traffic album download
|A2||Heaven Is In Your Mind||4:16|
|A3||No Face, No Name, No Number||3:29|
|A6||Hole In My Shoe||2:52|
|B2||Forty Thousand Headmen||3:14|
|B4||Shanghai Noodle Factory||5:04|
|B5||Dear Mr. Fantasy||5:45|
- Made By – Festival Records (NZ) Ltd.
- Printed By – Cello-Kraft Ltd.
- Producer – Jimmy Miller
- Written-By – Wood* (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B5), Mason* (tracks: A6, B3), Capaldi* (tracks: A1 to A5, B2, B4, B5), Miller* (tracks: B1), Winwood* (tracks: A1 to A5, B1, B2, B4, B5)
NotesLaminated flip back style sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: SMX 33175
- Matrix / Runout: SMX 33176
|ILPS 9112||Traffic||Best Of Traffic (LP, Comp, Pin)||Island Records||ILPS 9112||UK||1969|
|74321 12860 2||Traffic||Best Of Traffic (CD, Comp, RE)||Island Records||74321 12860 2||Europe||Unknown|
|UAS 5500||Traffic||Best Of Traffic (LP, Comp, RE)||United Artists Records||UAS 5500||US||Unknown|
|ILPS 19112||Traffic||Best Of Traffic (LP, Comp, RE)||Island Records||ILPS 19112||Italy||1979|
|ILPS 9112, 10.288066.38||Traffic||Best Of Traffic (LP, Comp, RE, Blu)||Island Records, Island Records||ILPS 9112, 10.288066.38||Portugal||Unknown|
Best of Traffic is a compilation album by the band Traffic, released in 1969. LP version of the compilation had a different cover design and replaced "Smiling Phases" with "You Can All Join In". "Paper Sun" (Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi). Heaven Is in Your Mind" (Capaldi, Winwood, Chris Wood). No Face, No Name, No Number" (Winwood, Capaldi). Coloured Rain" (Winwood, Capaldi, Wood). Smiling Phases" (Winwood, Capaldi, Wood). Hole in My Shoe" (Dave Mason). Medicated Goo" (Winwood, Jimmy Miller).
Though Traffic broke up at the start of 1969, the band was on a commercial ascent, which led Island Records, their . label, and United Artists, which licensed their product for the . to assemble a posthumous album, Last Exit, released in April 1969, that, like its predecessor, Traffic, peaked in the American top 20. Meanwhile, former band member Steve Winwood formed Blind Faith, which produced a debut album that topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. No wonder Island and UA determined that the fall of 1969 was a good time for a Traffic compilation
The best album by Traffic is John Barleycorn Must Die which is ranked number 1,736 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 1,319. Traffic is ranked number 495 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 4,757. Members who like this artist also like: Pink Floyd, Cream and The Beatles. TRAFFIC - JOHN BARLEYCORN MUST DIE - ISLAND RECORDS-ILPS 9116 - MINT Condition: Used. Time left: 7m 24s. Ships to: Worldwide.
Best of Traffic is a compilation album by the band Traffic, released in 1969. Best of Traffic. Compilation album by. Traffic. Christopher Gordon Blandford Wood (24 June 1944 – 12 July 1983) was a British rock musician, most known as a founding member of the British rock band Traffic, along with Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, and Dave Mason. Gold (Traffic album). Traffic Gold is a two-disc 2005 compilation album by the psychedelic rock band Traffic. It contains at least one song from each album except On the Road, Far from Home, and The Last Great Traffic Jam. Island Records discography.
Traffic had one of the most original (and interesting) sounds in British rock, and not only because of their eclectic musical influences, which embraced psychedelia, folk, jazz, soul, R&B, and even classical. Their unique sound was also the result of their unusual instrumentation. While the group went through a number of personnel changes, its constant core members were Steve Winwood (vocals, keyboards, guitars), Chris Wood (sax, flute, and organ), and Jim Capaldi (drums & percussion). With no regular bass player, Winwood often filled in with the bass pedals on his organ. There are only a few outstanding rock singers. Steve Winwood is one of the very best of the best. His voice sounds so distinctive that nobody has ever been able to create that soulful, sensuous, strident sound. This album was my introduction to Traffic many years ago and it still sounds interesting after 35 years.
Since Traffic had moved away from being a singles band after its first year, the album was not dubbed a hits collection, though all its tracks had been released on one side or the other of a single on one side or the other of the Atlantic. As a selection of the best and most popular material from the group's first three albums, the result is hard to fault, though it's worth noting that the missing "Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush," the theme song from the 1967 movie of the same name, was a Top Ten hit in England.