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Traffic - Traffic 2 Full Album

Traffic - Traffic 2 Full Album
Blues Rock, Electric Blues, Vocal, Soul
  • Performer:
  • Title:
    Traffic 2
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Blues Rock, Electric Blues, Vocal, Soul
  • Country:
    New Zealand
  • Size FLAC version
    1634 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2407 mb
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo


1Pearly Queen
2Means To An End
3Cryin' To Be Heard
4You Can All Join In
5No Time To Live
6Don't Be Sad
7Vagabond Virgin
8Forty Thousand Headmen
9Feelin' Alright?
10Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ILPS 9081TTraffic Traffic ‎(LP, Album, Gar)Island RecordsILPS 9081TUK1968
543.022Traffic Traffic ‎(LP, Album)Polydor Records543.022Canada1969
A2-90059Traffic Traffic ‎(CD, Album)Island RecordsA2-90059USUnknown
20S-93Traffic Traffic ‎(LP, Album, Promo, RE)Island Records20S-93Japan1980
ILPS 19081Traffic Traffic ‎(LP, Album, RE)Island RecordsILPS 19081Italy1976


  • Producer, Liner NotesJimmy Miller


Single-slip sleeve original New Zealand press (Stereo Edition), titled 'Traffic 2' but has the same tracklist as 'Traffic' LP released in the UK as Island ILPS 9081T.
Originally recorded for and licensed by Island Records Ltd.
Navy/silver labels.


  • Licensed From – Island Records Ltd.
  • Made By – Festival Records (NZ) Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Festival Records (NZ) Ltd.


Traffic is the second studio album by the English rock band Traffic, released in 1968 on Island Records in the United Kingdom as ILPS 9081T stereo, and United Artists in the United States, as UAS 6676 stereo. The album peaked at number 9 in the UK albums chart and at number 17 on the Billboard 200. It was the last album recorded by the group before their initial breakup. Traffic is the second album by the English rock band Traffic, released in 1968 on Island Records. You Can All Join In Mason - 3:34 Dave Mason - - Traffic. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 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. See what other people are saying about tRAFFic 2 by Traffic and discuss your favourite songs with other fans on . Join . Nobody has posted anything yet. Traffic 8-Trk, Album. United Artists Records. I prefer this to their début, although you've got the two contrasting styles in the songs written by Mason compared to the pairing of Capaldi and Winwood, the album sounds cohesive. The songs, on the whole, are good, a couple sound a little dated in parts though and Feelin' Alright is the group's most enduring song. Classic Rock Progressive Rock Blues. Group Compilation. Songs in album Traffic - More Heavy Traffic 1975. Traffic - Vagabond Virgin. Traffic - Hole In My Shoe. Traffic - Cryin' To Be Heard. Traffic - You Can All Join In. Traffic - Gimme Some Lovin'. Traffic - John Barleycorn. Traffic - Pearly Queen. Traffic - No Face, No Name, No Number. Traffic - Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring. Traffic by D. Batistatos, released 07 July 2016 1. Downtown 2. Traffic 3. Late Hours 4. What A Strange World 5. Jet Lagged Nights 6. Urban Sky 7. Makin a Livin feat. Myproduct 8. Empty Glass 9. Homeless 10. 46m outro The long awaited album from Greek producer D. Batistatos, one of Cosmicleaf's original chill-masters, has finally arrived. And what a blessing it is Classic chillout sound with impeccable production and plenty of gentle uplifting melodies that warm up your solar plexus. Acoustic instruments and natural percussion give an extra laid-back vibe to the grooves. This album a. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. You Can All Join In. The vocals on this album are so original and striking that you can't confuse their work with anyone else's work. Dave Mason and Steve Winwood in this era truly produced some of the finest rock music of all time, their songs being re-released later by other bands and becoming big hits all over again. Read more. 5 people found this helpful