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i can't get enough of this band.

Track listing

1. Paper Sun (4:16)

2. Hole in My Shoe (2:58)

3. Smiling Phases (2:41)

4. Heaven Is in Your Mind (4:16)

5. Coloured Rain (2:41)

6. No Face, No Name, No Number (3:30)

7. Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush (2:35)

8. Dear Mr. Fantasy (5:39)

9. You Can All Join In (3:34)

10. Feelin' Alright (4:16)

11. Pearly Queen (4:20)

12. Forty Thousand Headmen (3:15)

13. Vagabond Virgin (5:21)

14. Shanghai Noodle Factory (5:03)

15. Withering Tree (3:02)

16. Medicated Goo (3:35)

17. Glad (6:58)

18. Freedom Rider (5:27)

19. Empty Pages (4:35)

20. John Barleycorn (6:20)

21. The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys (11:35)

22. Light Up or Leave Me Alone (4:44)

23. Rock and Roll Stew (4:19)

24. Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory (6:01)

25. Walking in the Wind (6:51)

26. When the Eagle Flies (4:23)

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I still remember as an 8-year old, raised in a house that rarely heard anything written after 1550, lying on our living room floor, rapt, as the radio (I think it was CKCU) played "Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys" in its entirety (I remember especially the title track). Go figure why I never got into them subsequently until I was nearly 20.

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I went through a BIG Traffic phase a number of years back. There are a few live shows that circulate, and if you can find Welcome To The Canteen, it's highly recommended.

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Their reunion album Far From Home (1994?) is pretty good too, with Winwood playing all the instruments.

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Their reunion album Far From Home (1994?) is pretty good too, with Winwood playing all the instruments.

I saw that tour at Kingswood. I had obstructed seats, and the usher-lady gave us new ones - third row, right in front of Steve Winwood. For Phish geeks, Walfredo Reyes played the main drum kit for most of the night (Capaldi mostly played a smaller percussion kit, but they switched positions a few times).

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