℗ 2001 Universal-Island Records Ltd.
 

John Barleycorn Must Die

Traffic

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1.1
Glad
Traffic
6:59
1.2
Freedom Rider
Traffic
5:29
1.3
Empty Pages
Traffic
4:33
1.4
I Just Want You To Know
Traffic
1:30
1.5
Stranger To Himself
Traffic
4:02
1.6
John Barleycorn
Traffic
6:20
1.7
Every Mother's Son
Traffic
7:05
1.8
Sittin' Here Thinkin' Of My Love
Traffic
3:33
Total Playing Time    39:31
In January 1970, Steve Winwood started work on a long-awaited solo album and was joined in the studio by Jim Capaldi and Chris Wood. The resulting sessions were so successful that Traffic was reformed as a trio and the album produced from the recordings entitled John Barleycorn Must Die was released as a group effort. The album was critically acclaimed and became a major seller. Tracks 4 & 8 appear to be demos left over from when Winwood was still planning to make this a solo album. While they are co-credited to Capaldi, it is unclear whether he actually had anything to do with them.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Island Records Studio Masters

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