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9 thoughts on “ Hope I Never Find Me There - Traffic - Mr. Fantasy (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Vinyl LP Shadoks / Add issue. 5 Issues. sounds like other more accomplished mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.coinfo album opener is very close to traffic's "Dear mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.coinfoy",maybe these fellas should hope Dave Mason hasn't caught the bug that seems to be going around to sue anyone who writes anything that even sounds remotely like something else.
  2. Aug 12,  · Traffic - Hope I Never Find Me There () (Mr Fantasy) Stavely Makepeace - I Wanna Love You Like A Mad Dog () (The Scrap Iron Rhythm Revue) The Yardbirds - Goodnight Sweet Josephine () (Little Games LP) The Remo Four - In The First Place () (Wonderwall DVD) George Martin - Theme One () (The Sound Gallery Vol. 2).
  3. Buy LPs vinyl records albums for sale online cheaper than Ebay and Amazon. Search our growing inventory for quality rare, old, used, new, and very collectible vinyl records for sale online.
  4. Mr. Fantasy is the debut album by English rock band Traffic. It was released in December The recording included group members Jim Capaldi, Steve Winwood, Chris Wood, and Dave Mason; however, Mason left the band shortly after the album was released.
  5. In my December, post, I wrote about how to decipher some of the information in the dead wax in order to figure out such things as which version of an album you have, who cut the lacquer, where it was mastered, and which company pressed the LP.I mentioned that the size of the pressing ring can also be a good way to find out which company pressed an album.
  6. If there’s a new map, you use it, but like you never really do it unless these things are there in the first place. So like you work with the media which you come into contact with, which you.
  7. Apr 12,  · As good as the original U.K. mono mix of Mr. Fantasy is, it was the first U.S. LP release of Mr. Fantasy, (now reissued here as Heaven) on on U.A. Records which remains the more incredible sounding version. Released in ‘67, the American version of Mr. Fantasy featured an up-to-date Traffic with their first U.S. hit, “Paper Sun”/5(K).
  8. First, I'd been very impressed with Traffic's album John Barleycorn Must Die and its follow-up, The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys. I also liked Traffic's debut single, "Paper Sun," released a few months before Mr. Fantasy. There was also the fact that I knew of and liked the title track, "Dear Mr. Fantasy.".
  9. James Dean Bradfield: “There was a review I remember that said, “Don’t expect to love this album” which drew me in, and then the cover, which is of a bull and a matador, drew me in further.

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