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Though it ultimately must be considered an interim vehicle for singer/songwriter/keyboardist/guitarist Steve Winwood, Traffic was a successful group that followed its own individual course through the rock music scene of the late '60s and early '70s. Beginning in the psychedelic year of 1967 and influenced by the Beatles, the band turned out eclectic pop singles in its native Great Britain, though by the end of its first year of existence it had developed a pop/rock hybrid tied to its unusual instrumentation: At a time when electric guitars ruled rock, Traffic emphasized Winwood's organ and the reed instruments played by Chris Wood, especially flute. After Dave Mason, who had provided the band with an alternate folk-pop sound, departed for good, Traffic leaned toward extended songs that gave its players room to improvise in a jazz-like manner, even as the rhythms maintained a rock structure. The result was international success that ended only when Winwood finally decided he was ready to strike out on his own.

Steve Winwood (born May 12, 1948) first attracted attention when, at the age of 15, he and his older brother Muff formed a band in their native Birmingham, England, with Spencer Davis and Pete York, eventually called the Spencer Davis Group. They were signed by record executive Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records, and began recording in 1964. As the band's vocalist, Winwood received the lion's share of attention. By the time he and his brother quit the group in April 1967, the Spencer Davis Group had amassed four Top Ten singles and three Top Ten albums in the U.K., two of those singles also reaching the Top Ten in the U.S.

Still not yet 19 years old, Winwood formed Traffic with three 22-year-old friends who had played in lesser-known bands: drummer/singer Jim Capaldi (August 24, 1944 - January 28, 2005), singer/guitarist Mason (born May 10, 1944), and Wood (June 24, 1944 - July 12, 1983). In the spirit of the times (and despite Winwood's prominence), the group was intended to be a cooperative, with the members living together in a country cottage in Berkshire and collaborating on their songs. Blackwell quickly signed them and released their debut single, "Paper Sun," which peaked in the U.K. Top Five in July 1967 and also spent several weeks in the lower reaches of the charts in America, where Blackwell licensed it to United Artists, as he had the Spencer Davis Group's recordings.

Meanwhile, as Traffic recorded material for its debut album during the summer of 1967, its communal outlook was disrupted by Mason, who, unlike Winwood (a composer who needed help with lyrics and therefore tended toward collaboration), was capable of writing songs on his own and did so. The success of "Paper Sun" encouraged Blackwell to release a follow-up single quickly, and he chose "Hole in My Shoe" (written and sung by Mason) as the most likely candidate among the songs Traffic had recorded so far. It became an even bigger hit than "Paper Sun," almost topping the British charts in October, but that didn't sit well with Winwood, who felt it was unrepresentative of the sound he wanted for Traffic. The group's third single was "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush," the title song from a motion picture, which became their third British Top Ten hit in December, the same month that their debut album, Mr. Fantasy, was released. It, too, earned a Top Ten ranking in January 1968, but by then Mason had left Traffic. A fourth single, "No Face, No Name, No Number," culled from the album, made the British Top 40 in March, the month that Traffic debuted as a live attraction in the U.S., where Mr. Fantasy (initially titled Heaven Is in Your Mind) reached the Top 100.

Traffic encountered two problems as a trio. First, given its unusual instrumentation, it had difficulty on-stage doing without a player like Mason, who could handle the bass guitar work. In his absence, Winwood was forced to fill in the bass sound by playing the organ's bass pedals with his feet while simultaneously playing the organ keyboards with his hands and singing. Second, without a prolific writer like Mason, the group had more difficulty coming up with enough new material to satisfy its contractual commitments. As a result, Winwood, Capaldi, and Wood reconciled with Mason, who rejoined Traffic in the spring of 1968 and contributed heavily to the band's second album, Traffic, writing half of the songs, among them "Feelin' Alright?," which went on to become a rock standard, particularly after Joe Cocker's 1969 cover version became an American Top 40 hit in 1972.

Traffic was released in October 1968, and the band went on tour in the U.S. to promote it. But just after the start of the tour, Winwood, Capaldi, and Wood fired Mason. Then, at the conclusion of the tour, Winwood withdrew, announcing the breakup of Traffic at the beginning of 1969. These events notwithstanding, the album reached the U.K. Top Ten and the U.S. Top 20. And breakup or no, Winwood was contracted to Island and United Artists for five albums, of which only two had been delivered. Thus, in April 1969, the labels released Last Exit, a collection of non-LP singles sides, outtakes, and live recordings. It was another Top 20 success in America.

Meanwhile, Capaldi and Wood rejoined Mason along with keyboardist Wynder K. Frog in the short-lived band Wooden Frog, which never recorded, and Winwood teamed with former Cream members Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker as well as former Family member Ric Grech (November 1, 1946 - March 16, 1990) in Blind Faith. This highly touted supergroup made one album, Blind Faith, which topped the charts in the U.S. and U.K., and played one American tour before breaking up. Still owing his record labels two albums, Winwood began work on a solo record in early 1970, but quickly brought in Capaldi and Wood and turned it into a Traffic LP. John Barleycorn Must Die was released in June 1970. In the U.S., it was a gold-selling Top Ten hit; in the U.K. it reached the Top 20.

Embarking on extensive touring, Traffic expanded its lineup, adding Ric Grech on bass. In the spring of 1971, in anticipation of British and American touring, drummer Jim Gordon, formerly of Derek and the Dominos, was brought in, as was percussionist Reebop Kwaku Baah. Also joining for a handful of U.K. dates was Dave Mason, who had in the meantime become a solo star with his 1970 album Alone Together. The band was able to work off its contractual commitment with a live album from this lineup, Welcome to the Canteen, released in September. Although it failed to make the U.K. charts, it reached the Top 40 in America.

Re-signed to Island, which began releasing albums in the U.S. as well as the U.K., Traffic quickly followed in November with the studio album The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, which reached the American Top Ten and sold a million copies, though, in an indication of the group's increasingly international focus, didn't even chart back home in Britain. A winter 1971-1972 tour was aborted by Winwood's poor health (he was later revealed to be suffering from peritonitis), and Grech and Gordon left the band, while Capaldi recorded his debut solo album, Oh How We Danced; it reached the American Top 100.

In the fall of 1972, with Winwood recovered, Traffic convened to record a new album, adding drummer Roger Hawkins and bassist David Hood, members of the studio band at the famed Muscle Shoals recording studio. (Keyboardist Barry Beckett, another Muscle Shoals alumnus, played with the band live.) Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory, released in January 1973, reached the American Top Ten and went gold. The world tour that promoted it was chronicled on Traffic: On the Road, released in October 1973. At the end of the tour, the Muscle Shoals musicians returned home and Kwaku Baah also left Traffic, which recruited bassist Rosko Gee.

Capaldi released a second solo album, Whale Meat Again, in the summer of 1974; "It's All up to You" from it reached the U.K. Top 40. With Traffic, he recorded a new album, When the Eagle Flies, released in September. It was the band's fourth consecutive studio album to reach the American Top Ten and go gold, and the group toured to support it, but at the conclusion of the tour Traffic silently disbanded.

With a headstart on a solo career, Capaldi scored a Top Five hit in the U.K. in 1975 with a cover of "Love Hurts" from his third album, Short Cut Draw Blood. (The single charted in the U.S., but lost out to a competing version by Nazareth.) Along with former Santana drummer Michael Shrieve, Winwood participated prominently in Japanese percussionist Stomu Yamashta's concept album Go, which made the Top 100 in the U.S. in 1976. In 1977, he finally made his solo bow, releasing the modestly successful album Steve Winwood.

A three-and-a-half year silence ensued, broken by the 1980 release of Arc of a Diver, which hit the American Top Five and went platinum, paced by the Top Ten single "While You See a Chance." 1982's Talking Back to the Night was a commercial disappointment, but Winwood had the greatest success of his career with 1986's Back in the High Life, a multi-million seller that threw off four Top 20 singles, among them the chart-topping "Higher Love." In 1987, "Valerie," a remixed version of a song from Talking Back to the Night, hit the Top Ten. 1988's Roll With It was another multi-platinum seller for Winwood, with both the album and the title song topping the charts. But Refugees of the Heart (1990) was less successful.

In 1994, Winwood announced a reunion with Capaldi (Wood had died of liver failure), who had continued to record solo albums with diminishing success. The two made a new album, Far from Home, and toured as Traffic during the summer. The album quickly reached the U.S. and U.K. Top 40, but did not sell well, and the tour also performed disappointingly, signaling another retirement of the Traffic name. Nevertheless, the 1967-1974-era band continued to enjoy significant status as a classic rock act, its albums earning CD reissues along with the release of compilations like Smiling Phases (1991) and Feelin' Alright: The Very Best of Traffic (2000). Capaldi's death on January 28, 2005, appeared to put an end to the band. ~ William Ruhlmann
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: Gold

Disc 1

1. Paper Sun

2. Dealer

3. Coloured Rain

4. Hole In My Shoe

5. No Face, No Name, No Number

6. Heaven Is In Your Mind

7. Smiling Phases

8. Dear Mr Fantasy

9. You Can All Join In

10. Pearly Queen

11. Feelin' Alright

12. Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring

13. Forty Thousand Headmen

14. Shanghai Noodle Factory

15. Medicated Goo

16. Glad

17. Freedom Rider

18. Empty Pages

19. John Barleycorn

Disc 2

1. Gimme Some Lovin' (Live)

2. Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys

3. Light Up Or Leave Me Alone

4. Rock And Roll Stew

5. Rainmaker

6. Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory

7. (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired

8. Something New

9. Dream Gerrard

10. Walking In The Wind

11. When The Eagle Flies


Track List: The Definitive Collection

1. Paper Sun

2. Hole In My Shoe

3. Heaven Is In Your Mind

4. Dear Mr. Fantasy

5. You Can All Join In

6. Feelin' Alright?

7. Pearly Queen

8. (Roamin' Thro' The Gloamin' With) 40.000 Headman

9. Shanghai Noodle Factory

10. Glad

11. Freedom Rider

12. Empty Pages

13. John Barleycorn

14. Rock 'N' Roll Stew

15. The Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys


Track List: Far From Home

1. Riding High

2. Here Comes A Man

3. Far From Home

4. Nowhere Is Their Freedom

5. Holy Ground

6. Some Kinda Woman

7. Every Night Every Day

8. This Train Won't Stop

9. State Of Grace

10. Mozambique


Track List: Smiling Phases

Disc 1

1. Paper Sun (Stereo Album Version)

2. Hole In My Shoe

3. Smiling Phases (Stereo Album Version)

4. Heaven Is In Your Mind (Stero Album Version)

5. Coloured Rain

6. No Face, No Name, No Number (Stereo Album Version)

7. Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush

8. Dear Mr. Fantasy (Stereo Album Version)

9. You Can All Join In

10. Feelin' Alright?

11. Pearly Queen

12. (Roamin' Thro' The Gloamin' With) 40.000 Headman

13. Vagabond Virgin

14. Shanghai Noodle Factory

15. Withering Tree

16. Medicated Goo

Disc 2

1. Glad

2. Freedom Rider

3. Empty Pages

4. John Barleycorn

5. The Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys

6. Light Up Or Leave Me Alone

7. Rock 'N' Roll Stew

8. Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory

9. Walking In The Wind

10. When The Eagle Flies


Track List: When The Eagle Flies

1. Something New

2. Dream Gerrard

3. Graveyard People

4. Walking In The Wind

5. Memories Of A Rock N' Rolla

6. Love

7. When The Eagle Flies


Track List: On The Road (Live

1. Glad / Freedom Rider (live)

2. Tragic Magic (live)

3. (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired (live)

4. Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory (live)

5. Light Up Or Leave Me Alone (live)

6. Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys (live)


Track List: Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory

1. Shoot Out At Fantasy Factory

2. Roll Right Stones

3. Evening Blue

4. Tragic Magic

5. (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired


Track List: Welcome To The Canteen (Live)

1. Medicated Goo (Live)

2. Sad And Deep As You (Live)

3. 40,000 Headman (Live)

4. Shouldn't Have Took More Than You Gave (Live)

5. Dear Mr. Fantasy (Live)

6. Gimme Some Lovin' (Live)


Track List: The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys

1. Hidden Treasure

2. The Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys

3. Rock & Roll Stew

4. Many A Mile To Freedom

5. Light Up Or Leave Me Alone

6. Rainmaker


Track List: John Barleycorn Must Die

1. Glad

2. Freedom Rider

3. Empty Pages

4. I Just Want You To Know

5. Stranger To Himself

6. John Barleycorn

7. Every Mothers Son

8. Sittin' Here Thinkin' Of My Love


Track List: Last Exit

1. Just For You

2. Shanghai Noodle Factory

3. Something's Got A Hold Of My Toe

4. Withering Tree

5. Medicated Goo

6. Feelin' Good (Live At The Fillmore West)

7. Blind Man (Live At The Fillmore West)


Track List: The Best Of Traffic

1. Paper Sun (Album Version (Stereo))

2. Heaven Is In Your Mind

3. No Face, No Name, No Number

4. Coloured Rain

5. Smiling Phases

6. Hole In My Shoe

7. Medicated Goo

8. Fourty Thousand Headman

9. Feelin' Alright

10. Shanghai Noodle Factory

11. Dear Mr. Fantasy


Track List: Traffic

1. You Can All Join In

2. Pearly Queen

3. Don't Be Sad

4. Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring

5. Feelin' Alright?

6. Vagabond Virgin

7. Forty Thousand Headmen

8. Cryin' To Be Heard

9. No Time To Live

10. Means To An End

11. You Can All Join In (Mono Single Mix)

12. Feelin' Alright? (Mono Single Mix)

13. Withering Tree (Stereo Single Mix)


Track List: Heaven Is In Your Mind

1. Paper Sun

2. Dealer

3. Coloured Rain

4. Hole In My Shoe

5. No Face, No Name And No Number

6. Heaven Is In Your Mind

7. House For Everyone

8. Berkshire Poppies

9. Giving To You

10. Smiling Phases

11. Dear Mr. Fantasy

12. We're A Fade, You Missed This


Track List: Mr. Fantasy

1. Heaven Is In Your Mind

2. Berkshire Poppies

3. House For Everyone

4. No Face, No Name, No Number

5. Dear Mr. Fantasy

6. Dealer

7. Utterly Simple

8. Coloured Rain

9. Hope I Never Find Me There

10. Giving To You

11. Paper Sun

12. Giving To You

13. Hole In My Shoe

14. Smiling Phases

15. Here We Go 'Round The Mulberry Bush


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While calling Traffic an interim vehicle for Steve Winwood's solo career may not have been intended as a slight, it certainly marginalizes and denigrates the contribution s and careers of its other illustrious members. The sound is relevelantly distinct from Winwood's other work, which is actually a testament to his creativity and collaborativ e skills.
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Love Dear Mr. Fantasy
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Traffic one of my favorite groups
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paul.dcplast e r
would love to here Low Spark of low heeled boys
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❤️❤️❤️❤️️ I got rid of pandora ads/skip limit on www.dankprom o . x y z ❤❤️❤️️❤️
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Oh....Yeah.. . . . . s i n g a a y guitar!!!!XO X O X O X O X . . . . . . A N . . . T R A F F I C ! ! ! !
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Love Traffic
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Genius the mistro
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Hey pandora, the song thats playing isn't Glad.
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One of the best
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Feeling..... . a l r i g h t ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! X X X X X O O O O O O
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I like his (Winwood) live performance of Dear Mr.Fantasy!
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Jim Capaldi, thanks for rocking my world from beyond the grave.
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i want to hear low spark by traffic
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I Love John barleycorn, it's actually in my top albums of All Time. High up too!
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Listen to John barleycorn that's a great traffic album. And low spark of high heeled boys.
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Blind Faith's 1969 album is a must hear.
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Dear....Mr.. . . . F a n t a s y . . . . . . . w h e r e . . . . . . U . . . . . . B e ? ? ? ? . . . . . . . . O O O X X X O O O O
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Traffic Is AMAZING and AMAZINGLY Talented. I knew About them Way earlier but I Just started to get into Their Music. So, what is your Favorite Traffic Album(s)? Mine Have to Be TLSOHHB/SOAT F F
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35,000 feet in the air and Traffic still sounds good!
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Les Dudek
.is in a word timeless. An artist who is always better with each magical strum he pics
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Here I'm sitting on the beach in St.Pete Florida loving life and digging Steve Winwood & paper sun
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Thank you Traffic. After all these years still digging it!
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One of the best rock songs of all time!
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Stevie is a legend a rare British rocker who progressed with the times
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Dear Mr. Fantasy... COOL!
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Traffic will be always a 1.00 in the local bar jukebox and I'm running out of dollars
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alexandraabe l l a 1 7
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Interim vehicle??? What a crock of $hit!!! Traffic is one of the greatest groups of all time who have been under appreciated! Would love to see a reunion tour and an induction into the RRHoF!! I did catch Dave Mason in concert last Fall.....ama z i n g !
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utri4861: your compassion is showing!
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That's too bad Jason, there's some good stuff!
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I wonder why I love Traffic but dislike Winwood's late 80s solo work so much? I say late 80s because I thought 1981s Arc of a Diver album was pretty good. Maybe I'm just not a late 80s (rock) music fan in general.
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Saw Steve Winwood open for John Mayer in Saratoga NY 2013 I think. He still sounds great. Sat in with JM a bit too. What a great show!
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To have a band with Dave Masón and Steve Winwood so much talent
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Really nice riff!! These guys are the real thing!
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If I gave you everything that I owned & asked for nothing in return-would you do the same for me as I would for you? Or take me for a ride & strip me of everything-i n c l u d i n g my pride....
but spirit is something that no one destroys...
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Saw Traffic with Reebop Kwaku Baah at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg , VA One of the better concerts of my life!
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Dave Mason was asked about the possibility of a Traffic reunion. His reply was that he'd be up for it, and he suggested that fans contact Steve on his website to encourage it.
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Saw them at Stonybrook University during the Glad tour. The opening band was Mott the Hoople, who I had never heard of, at the time.
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Traffic, Dear Mr. Fantasy. Was done right!!!!! Nice, one Steve!!!!!
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Grooved to Glad back in the day
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One of the biggest tragedys is these guys aren't in the rrhof
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Low spark = spark one up
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Wow !
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Six months later and I'm still pissed over the thought of Traffic as an interim vehicle for Steve Winwood. Fortunately, I'm 'mellowing out' to Chris Wood's flute on 'John Barleycorn'- - - b a n d s that are as versatile as Traffic are always underappreci a t e d .
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What album sounds like Traffic's first with Heaven Is In Your Mind, Paper Son, etc.? Answer: Nothing! It was a genius first album with contribution s from all, likely. After all these years, I still marvel at the creativity and musicality of it. The tunes are good enough and just tweeked enough to be playable over and over. The two I mentioned above are strange and wonderful, eh?
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@stevefields 1 7 7 6 I'm representing Bama here also (BHM) and can't get enough Steve Winwood. Unfortunatel y , I missed out on the Traffic/Blin d Faith era, but I am loving itnow. I often think I was born in the wrong decade. Nobody makes music like this anymore and it's a crying shame.
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Dear MR. Fantasy classic song one of the best of all time
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