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Last Exit is the third studio album by English rock band Traffic released in May 1969. It is a collection of odds and ends collected by Island Records after the initial breakup of the band. The first half of the album consists of studio recordings, while the second half was recorded live at the Fillmore Auditorium. The album reached number 19 in the American Billboard 200 chart.
The Last Great Traffic Jam is a live album and DVD from the rock band Traffic. The album was recorded from the 1994 Traffic reunion concert tour. Pearly Queen" (Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi). Medicated Goo" (Winwood, Jimmy Miller). Mozambique" (Winwood, Capaldi). 40,000 Headmen" (Winwood, Capaldi). Walking in the Wind" (Winwood, Capaldi). The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" (Winwood, Capaldi). Light Up Or Leave Me Alone" (Capaldi). Dear Mr. Fantasy" (Winwood, Capaldi, Chris Wood).
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1. Pearly Queen - Live Album Version. 2. Medicated Goo - Live Album Version. 3. Mozambique - Live Album Version. 4. 40,000 Headmen - Live Album Version. The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys - Live Album Version.
In the case of what was left of Traffic - Steve Winwood and Jim Capaldi - this isn't the case with their 1994 reunion. The Last Great Traffic Jam offers a document that's worth hearing. The pair hired keyboard giant Randall Bramblett, who also plays saxophones and flute, percussionist Walfredo Reyes, and guitarist/bassist Mike McEvoy.
Only for completionists (0%). The third nail is the orgiastic Low Spark but unfortunately followed by the average Light Up (from the same album) where Capaldi shows his limits as a singer, but allowing the usual presentations and solos. Dear Mr Fantasy is a bit impaired by the Dead Jerry Garcia, still recovering from his health scare, and the still-awesome Barleycorn is a major highlight as the first encore, and the usual crowd-pleaser Gimme Some Lovin'.
The album was recorded from the 1994 Traffic reunion concert tour. We don't have any crew added to this movie. You can help by adding some! Discussions.
|1||Medicated Goo (radio edit)|
|2||40,000 Headmen (radio edit)|
|3||Walking In The Wind (radio edit)|
|4||Interview Featuring Steve Winwood And Jim Capaldi|
NotesAudio taken from the Epic DVD release "The Last great Traffic Jam"
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