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Traffic - When The Eagle Flies (Reissue) (1974/2003)

2-02-2016, 09:10
Rock | FLAC / APE


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Title: When The Eagle Flies
Year Of Release: 1974/2003
Label: Island Records
Genre: Rock, Progressive
Quality: Flac
Total Time: 39:57
Total Size: 239 Mb
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Tracklist:

01. Something New
02. Dream Gerrad
03. Graveyard People
04. Walking In The Wind
05. Memories Of A Rock ‘n’ Rolla
06. Love Traffic 3:15
07. When The Eagle Flies

When the Eagle Flies is the seventh studio album released by English rock band Traffic, in 1974. It was the final album released by the band until their 1994 reunion Far from Home. The album featured Jim Capaldi on drums, keyboards and vocals; Rosko Gee on bass guitar; Steve Winwood on guitar, keyboards, and vocals; and Chris Wood on flute and saxophone. (Percussionist Rebop Kwaku Baah was fired prior to the album's completion, but his contributions are heard on two of its tracks.) The album uses a broader variety of keyboard instruments than previous Traffic albums, adding Moog to their repertoire.

When the Eagle Flies was the band's fourth consecutive studio album to reach the American Top Ten and have gold album status. It was far less successful in the United Kingdom, where it entered the charts at number 31 only to drop off the following week. Traffic toured to support the release, but they disbanded in the middle of the tour in 1974.

The Chris Wood composition "Moonchild Vulcan" was recorded for the album, but ultimately left out in favour of "Memories of a Rock N' Rolla". The song was played on the supporting tour for the album, however, and a live recording by Traffic was later released on Wood's posthumous 2008 solo album Vulcan.





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fleetfoot55   User offline   2 February 2016 15:57


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