This multi-talented West Midlands group gained international success in the late 1960s and early 1970s, particularly in the USA where they attracted a large following. In Britain, they are remembered mostly for some memorable and ground-breaking singles and albums that scored high chart placings during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Jim Capaldi - drums, percussion, vocals. Born August 24, 1944.

Dave Mason - guitar, bass, sitar, mellotron, vocals, until 1969. Born May 10, 1944.

Steve Winwood - keyboards, guitar, bass, vocals. Born May 12, 1948.

Chris Wood - flute, saxophone, keyboards, vocals. Born June 24, 1944, died July 12, 1983.

Jim Gordon - drums, 1971-1972.

Rick Grech - bass, 1971-1972.

Rebop Kwaku Baah - percussion, 1971-1974.

Roger Hawkins - drums, 1972-1974.

David Hood - bass, 1972-1974.

Rosco Gee - bass, from 1974.


Average album rating 1967 Mr. Fantasy  
Average album rating 1968 Traffic  
Average album rating 1969 Last Exit  Live
Average album rating 1970 John Barleycorn Must Die  
Average album rating 1971 Welcome to the Canteen  Live
Average album rating 1971 The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys  
Average album rating 1973 Shoot out at the Fantasy Factory  
Average album rating 1973 On the Road  Live
Average album rating 1974 When the Eagle Flies  
Average album rating 1994 Far From Home  
Average album rating 2000 Feelin' Alright: The Very Best of Traffic  Compilation


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