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...this here waxin is th' version that was released in th' new world ('n most other lands aswell) 'n it comes with th' single hitz at xpence o' a coupla tunes on th' domestic copy...th' whole o' their career is mapped out on this country cottage groovefest with jazz/ folk/ rock 'n pop all gettin a look in...later they would succeed in meldin these influences together into whole trx 'n comin up with their easily recognizable sound (that more than a few had a go at replicatin but fallin flat)...very nice first go round...(dig th' fact that dave got th' heave ho from th' cover shots on this colonial outtin, friktion comin on)...

5 Comments:

Blogger Jack said...

Your Collages are fantastic, do you have all their albums? Mr. Fantasy was a great piece. All the Traffic albums to the recent one "It's About Time". Thank You again I have been inamazment for the last couple days. Been so long to hear these albums.
Jack

12:34 PM  
Blogger spacedsaviour said...

they are great albums 'n th'early ones sound real fine even this far down th' pike...not too many combos can say that, 'n thats a fact...

4:24 PM  
Blogger bluesmutt said...

Man, we are really in tune! I was listenin to the first 2 Traffic lps on the way to work today. Amazin how far ahead they were in 67-68 with the use of jazz & complex riddims. Agreed that the UK version has some cool xtras. It's really a mess since there's also an original US version called "Heaven Is In Your Mind"

Far in & Right arm!

7:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have no idea where to click and download the stuff is?

4:25 AM  
Blogger spacedsaviour said...

click on waxin 'n that'll get you outta a jam...

8:37 AM  

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