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Traffic - Traffic (1973 UK Reissue LP) DVD-Audio

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Scan submitted/created by [Aidanymous]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: son-of-albion
Reference :
Date :2010
Made In :
Quality :24 bit, 96 kHz
Booklet & packaging :Reproduction of LP artwork for CD case.
Disc contains data component with flac files, artwork and info.
Bonus tracks don't play automatically!
Total duration: 49:10

Comments
Son-of-albion's 24 bit 96 kHz needledrop of Traffic's eponymous 1968 album, from a 1973 UK Island re-pressing (ILPS 9081). Two extra tracks from the same recording sessions are added, sourced from 1969's 'The Best of Traffic' (Island ILPS 9112), although they were originally released as a single in December 1968, then on the LP "Last Exit" - "Shanghai Noodle Factory" and "Medicated Goo". The bonus tracks are on a separate menu, however, so the album will automatically play as it was intended, without extraneous material.

A review:
"After dispensing with his services in December 1967, the remaining members of Traffic reinstated Dave Mason in the group in the spring of 1968 as they struggled to write enough material for their impending second album. The result was a disc evenly divided between Mason's catchy folk-rock compositions and Steve Winwood's compelling rock jams. Mason's material was the most appealing both initially and eventually: the lead-off track, a jaunty effort called "You can all join in", became a European hit, and "Feelin' Alright?" turned out to be the only real standard to emerge from the album, after it started earning cover versions from Joe Cocker and others in the 1970s. Winwood's efforts, with their haunting keyboard-based melodies augmented by Chris Wood's reed work and Jim Capaldi's exotic rhythms, work better as musical efforts than lyrical ones. Primary lyricist Capaldi's words tend to be impressionistic reveries or vague psychological reflections; the most satisfying is the shaggy-dog story "Forty Thousand Headmen", which doesn't really make any sense as anything other than a dream. But the lyrics to Winwood/Capaldi compositions take a back seat to the playing and Winwood's soulful voice. As Mason's simpler, more direct performances alternate with the more complex Winwood tunes, the album is well-balanced. It's too bad that the musicians were not able to maintain that balance in person; for the second time in two albums, Mason found himself dismissed from the group just as an LP to which he'd made a major contribution hit the stores. Only a few months after that, the band itself split up, but not before scoring their second consecutive Top Ten ranking in the U.K.; the album also reached the Top 20 in the U.S., breaking the temporarily defunct group stateside."

Tech. Info.
Knosti RCM
Pink Triangle LPT with
Funk Firm Achromat.
Moth Arm.
Audio Technica AT33PTG MC Cart.
Harman Kardon PM660 Integrated Amp.
Creative S80300 ADC. Gold Interconnects.
Click Repair.
Split with Adobie Audition.

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
You Can All Join In(Mason)
3:36
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
2.
Pearly Queen(Winwood/Capaldi)
4:17
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
3.
Don't Be Sad(Mason)
3:21
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
4.
Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring(Winwood/Capaldi/Wood)
3:12
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
5.
Feelin' Alright?(Mason)
4:16
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
6.
Vagabond Virgin(Mason/Capaldi)
5:20
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
7.
Forty Thousand Headmen(Capaldi/Winwood)
3:12
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
8.
Cryin' To Be Heard(Mason)
5:12
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
9.
No Time To Live(Winwood/Capaldi)
5:18
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
10.
Means To An End(Winwood/Capaldi)
2:41
Song
Regular
1973 Island UK LP
1968
Traffic
11.
Shanghai Noodle Factory(Capaldi/Fallon/Miller/Winwood/Wood)
5:07
Song
Regular
1969 Island LP
1968
Traffic
Bonus track only playable in separate DVD menu. Two tracks from the album's sessions, released as a single in December 1968.
12.
Medicated Goo(Winwood/Miller)
3:38
Song
Regular
1969 Island LP
1968
Traffic
Bonus track only playable in separate DVD menu. Two tracks from the album's sessions, released as a single in December 1968.
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


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Review by: jossvOn 12 Oct 2011 at 18:51 CEST


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Filename: ttdvda
Originally filled by: Aidanymous
Date of creation: 20 Mar 2011 05:46:22
Last filled by: dale
Last Revision Date : 21 May 2014 21:03:48
Online on : 15 Apr 2014
Type of media: Pirate DVD


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