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After a brief disbandment Traffic returned in Summer of 1970 with John Barleycorn Must Die, hitting No 5 on the US Billboard Chart and thus making it their highest ever peak position in the US. John Barleycorn would take the band’s jazz/rock leanings beyond mere jamming and give Winwood excuse to exercise his expressive voice as punctuation to the extended instrumental sections. Remastered from the original tapes, pressed on 180g heavy weight vinyl and artwork caringly overseen and interpreted.
A1. Glad A2. Freedom Rider A3. Empty Pages B1. Stranger To Himself B2. John Barleycom B3. Every Mother’s Son