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The second offering from Traffic, October 1968 would be their self titled album, achieving a strong balance between Dave Mason’s simple and straightforward folk-rock songs and Steve Winwood’s complex and often haunting rock jams would see the album peak at No’16 on the US Billboard Chart. Remastered from the original tapes, pressed on 180g heavy weight vinyl and artwork caringly overseen and interpreted, this album is a must for any newcomer or indeed, seasoned Traffic fan.
A1. You Can All Join In A2. Pearly Queen A3. Don’t Be Sad A4. Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring A5. Feelin’ Alright? B1. Vagabond Virgin B2. Forty Thousand Headmen B3. Cryin’ To Be Heard B4. No Time To Live B5. Means To An End