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Traffic - Last Exit mp3 download

Performer: Traffic
Title: Last Exit
Style: Art Rock,British Psychedelia,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Prog-Rock,Psychedelic/Garage
Location: Fillmore West
Duration: 34:28
Released: January, 1969
Size MP3 version: 1347 mb
Size FLAC version: 1574 mb
Size WMA version: 1851 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 545
Format: WAV AIFF ADX VOX VOC MP3
Genre: Pop Rock

Traffic - Last Exit mp3 download


Last Exit, released in May 1969, is the third album by English rock band Traffic.

Скачать все песни Traffic 1969 Last Exit в хорошем качестве (320 кбит/с) на телефон (Android, Iphone) или слушать музыку онлайн: Traffic - Last Exit 1969 - 05 - Medicated Goo, Traffic - Last Exit 1969 - 01 - Just For You, Traffic - Last Exit 1969 - 04 - Withering Tree.

Just for You. Shanghai Noodle Factory. Something’s Got a Hold of My Toe. Withering Tree. Medicated Goo. Feelin’ Good (live).

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About Last Exit album. Album Last Exit (1969). Label Island Records. Guy Stevens, Mike Sida. Photography By. Francine Winham, Raymond Ross, Richard Polak.

It all added up to more than half an hour of music, and that was enough to package it as the posthumous Traffic album Last Exit. Actually, Last Exit isn't bad as profit-taking products go. "Just for You" is one of Mason's elegant folk-pop songs, including attractive Indian percussion. Medicated Goo" has proven to be one of Traffic's more memorable jam tunes, despite its nonsense lyrics, and the equally appealing "Shanghai Noodle Factory" is hard not to interpret as Winwood's explanation of the band's split

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Just for You Dave Mason Traffic 2:18
2 Shanghai Noodle Factory Jim Capaldi / Larry Fallon / Jimmy Miller / Steve Winwood / Chris Wood Traffic 5:06
3 Something's Got a Hold of My Toe Dave Mason / Jimmy Miller / Steve Winwood Traffic 2:14
4 Withering Tree Jim Capaldi / Steve Winwood Traffic 3:04
5 Medicated Goo Jimmy Miller / Steve Winwood Traffic 3:36
6 Feeling Good Leslie Bricusse / Anthony Newley Traffic 10:40
7 Blind Man Deadric Malone / Joseph Scott Traffic 7:06

Credits

Leslie Bricusse - Composer
Jim Capaldi - Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
Larry Fallon - Composer
Margaret Goldfarb - Reissue Producer
Jane Hitchin - Tape Research
David Lascelles - Tape Research
Alan Leeming - Analog Transfer
Deadric Malone - Composer
Dave Mason - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Keiron McGarry - Analog Transfer
Jimmy Miller - Composer, Producer
Gary Moore - Analog Transfer
Anthony Newley - Composer
Richard Polak - Photography
Zoe Roberts - Tape Research
Ray Ross - Photography
Joseph Scott - Composer
Mike Sida - Art Direction
Guy Stevens - Art Direction
Traffic - Primary Artist
Jeff Willens - Mastering
Steve Winwood - Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Chris Wood - Composer, Wind
AnnyMars
Last Exit is actually a pretty decent collection of songs put together by the band's label Island Records after the band first split when Steve Winwood left to join Blind Faith. The album was also released in the States by the band's then U.S. label United Artists Records with a different cover. Pretty much everything on the first side had previously appeared on singles with the exception of Something's Got a Hold of My Toe which is an instrumental studio outtake. Just for You is a pretty good Dave Mason song while Shanghai Noodle Factory, Withering Tree and Medicated Goo are stone cold Traffic classics. The second side is listed as being recorded at the Fillmore West in San Francisco but it's actually from March 14, 1968 at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. The Fillmore West and East didn't open until the Summer of '68. Both Feelin' Good and Blind Man are wonderfully performed although the mix could be better as the organ is overly loud while the vocals, flute and sax could be turned up a bit. I'm guessing this is taken from a two track reel to reel which doesn't allow for fixing the mix after it's recorded. It wasn't recorded with the intention of being released. Thankfully, it was.