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Audio CD, Extra tracks, Original recording reissued, February 27, 2001
|1. You Can All Join In|
|2. Pearly Queen|
|3. Don't Be Sad|
|4. Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring|
|5. Feelin' Alright|
|6. Vagabond Virgin|
|7. Forty Thousand Headmen|
|8. Cryin' to be Heard|
|9. No Time To Live|
|10. Means To An End|
|11. You Can All Join In - (mono single mix, bonus track)|
|12. Feelin' Alright - (mono single mix, bonus track)|
|13. Withering Tree - (stereo single mix, bonus track)|
Although this is a stylistically bumpy album, it is still intelligent and fun.
It contains an equal number of compositions by Steve Winwood and Dave Mason, with an odd Jim Capaldi number thrown in at times for good measure.
Their sophomore album, "Traffic," perfected the band's sound, and stands as one of the best albums in British rock.
Any album by this group is okay this has their early tracks as well as some of their later tracks
their music is timeless the only shame is there is not enough of it.
This is truly one one the great albums of the psychedelic era of Rock and Roll. Traffic was a legendary band that had many truly great songs which were often released in later... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Moderate Risk
Traffic was a spectacularly talented band! There is not one bad song on this record. I've listened to it since it I was in high school, and it never gets old!!! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Vicki J. Daniel
And I am back into the days of reckless youth wishing that the old body could withstand the rigors of once abused substances that made it all sound so perfect... Read morePublished 10 months ago by lmelton
This is one of my favorite albums. There a numerous songs that will compete for your favorite spot. 40.000 Headmen Is an amazing song, great story. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Durrrrrr
I bought this LP, along with Ogden's Nut Gone by Small Faces and Shine On Brightly by Procol Harum on a bright fall day in 1968 and have never had a better music purchase day. Read morePublished 11 months ago by John F. Browning
The best traffic's album. The sound of the vinyl is pretty good and the package with its gatefolder sleeve is beautiiful. Enjoy, it is worthwhilePublished 12 months ago by JESUS NAVA RAMOS
This early album has the original cast - Mason's voice is critical to the mix. This has always been on of my favorites. Tom,IllinoisPublished 13 months ago by Thomas Cowan