Traffic Live At The Fillmore East 1970

A recording of Traffic performing Live At The Fillmore East is available with the deluxe edition of John Barleycorn Must Die.

This was recorded in New York in November 1970. By this stage Ric Grech (bass) had joined Steve Winwood (keyboards and guitar), Chris Wood (flute, saxophone, keyboards) and Jim Capaldi (drums).

Traffic Live At The Fillmore East 1970

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Songs On Traffic Live At The Fillmore East 1970

  1. Intro – 1:44
  2. Medicated Goo – 4:17 (Last Exit)
  3. Empty Pages – 4:47 (John Barleycorn Must Die)
  4. 40,000 Headmen – 4:30 (Traffic)
  5. Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring – 5:16 (Traffic)
  6. Every Mother’s Son – 7:00 (John Barleycorn Must Die)
  7. Glad / Freedom Rider – 14:29 (both on John Barleycorn Must Die)

I’m going through a phase where I like the flute as a lead instrument and I’ve enjoyed listening to the album.


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