Traffic Discography

Traffic: A Fantasy
Our story begins in a magical place… past strawberry fields, by Penny Lane and Arnold Layne, by car and not by aeroplane, yet oddly on an Island. Stevie Winwood, in the service of Sir Spencer Davis, declared one day “I am a man” and off he went to find his fortune in the woods of that happy hamlet, Birmingham, whereupon he fell in with a band of merry men: masters of wind (Chris Wood), of words (Jim Capaldi) and stone (Dave Mason). Their first creation, “Paper Sun,” caught fire in the Summer of ’67 and the band burned brightly, briefly through the year with two more top 10 singles and a top 10 album (Mr. Fantasy to you).

But masons, it seems, were born to be free, and theirs was gone quite frequently. He’d pop in now and then to join them (“You can all join in,” he sang), check how everyone was doing (“Feelin’ alright?,” he’d ask), then leave to make a little record (“Just for you,” he’d coo). And then, one day (in 1969, let’s say), Stevie Winwouldn’t, disbanding Traffic to follow Cream’s Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker blindly, faithfully… for forty minutes anyway.

Blind no more, and after a short stint in the Air Force, Winwood set about making a solo album, when the Island King whispered in his ear: “Wind and words is what you need for your new venture to succeed” and, just like that, Masters Wood and Capaldi found themselves back in Traffic after a brief detour. But here begins a different tale, of cannabis and barleycorn,  of empty pages filled and torn, their first progressive fairytale, a remedy for all that ales you. After which the band of three swelled up to six, six sticks the number of percussionists, plus a brother of the Faith who came from a different Family. Well-heeled, sparks flew and praises too; both Barleycorn and Boys rang true as steeples in a storied land. Yet dullness soon betook the band. Shoot Out didn’t score a hit, and Eagles was a piece of sh*t, so once more Traffic went to sleep, to wake no more from dreams sown deep. Except for once when, far from home, a pair did dance long-winded. Mason and Capaldi also toured the world with 40,000 headmen for a time (nineteen ninety-eight and ninety-nine).

There are also albums by Jim Capaldi and Steve Winwood hidden in the woods, but that’s a different story…

The Discography

Paper Sun (1967)
b/w Giving To You. Released on 7-inch on May 1967 in the UK (Island, WIP-6002), on August 1967 in the US (United Artists, 50195), and in Australia (Festival, FK-1843), Canada (Island, CB-1302) and France (Fontana, 460 218 TE); reached #5 on the UK charts (charted June 3, 1967 for 10 weeks) and #94 on the US charts (charted September 2, 1967 for one week). Re-released on 7-inch on January 1973 in the US (United Artists, XW-129) with “Empty Pages” on the flip side. Re-released on 7-inch in 1992 in the US (Island, COL-2617) with “Hole In My Shoe” on the flip side.

Hole In My Shoe (1967)
b/w Smiling Phases. Released on 7-inch on August 1967 in the UK (Island, WIP-6107), US (United Artists, 50218), Belgium and France (Fontana, 260 102) and Canada (Island, CB-1305); reached #2 on the UK charts (charted September 9, 1967 for 14 weeks). Original 7-inch releases feature a picture sleeve. Re-released on 7-inch with “Here We Go ‘Round The Mulberry Bush” on the other side on May 1975 in the UK (Island, WIP-6199) and in 1978 in the UK (Island, IS-362). Also re-released in 1978 in the UK as a one-side promotional 7-inch (Island, IEP7DJ), and with “Paper Sun” as the B side as a 7-inch jukebox single (Island, IEPJB7) and 12-inch (Island, 12IEP7), and as a four-song EP (with “No Face, No Name, No Number” and “Here We Go ‘Round The Mulberry Bush”) in the UK (Island, IEP7). Re-released on four-song EP in 1978 in Australia (Festival, X11814) with “Dear Mr. Fantasy” instead of Mulberry Bush.

Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush (1967)
b/w Coloured Rain. Released on 7-inch on November 1967 in the UK (Island, WIP-6025), US (United Artists, 50232), Australia (Fontana, 269 368) and Belgium and France (Fontana, 260 113); reached #8 on the UK charts (charted December 2, 1967 for 12 weeks). Original UK 7-inch release features a picture sleeve.

MR. FANTASY (1967)
Heaven Is In Your Mind / Berkshire Poppies / House For Everyone / No Name, No Face, No Number / Dear Mr. Fantasy // Dealer / Utterly Simple / Coloured Rain / Hope I Never Find Me There / Giving To You. Released on mono and stereo elpee on December 1967 in the UK (Island, ILP/ILPS-9061); reached #8 on the UK charts. Re-released on elpee in 1971 in Germany (Island, 85784IT) and in the 1980s in Korea (Sung Eum, SEL-RI2057). Re-released on elpee, cassette and CD on February 1987 in the UK (Island, ILPM-9061). Re-released on digitally remastered CD in 1999 in the UK (Island Remasters, IMCD-264) and on virgin vinyl elpee in 1999 in the UK (Simply Vinyl, SVLP-099). Re-released on expanded digitally remastered CD in 1999 in the Germany (Polygram International, 546 496) featuring mono & stereo versions of the original album. Re-released on expanded digitally remastered CD in 1999 (Polygram International, 551 142) with mono version of Heaven Is In Your Mind. Re-released on expanded digitally remastered CD on August 29, 2000 in the US (Polygram, 542 823)  as mono mix version with five bonus tracks.

TRAFFIC AVEC STEVIE WINWOOD (1967)
Hole In My Shoe / Berkshire Poppies / No Face, No Name, No Number / Dealer / Paper Sun / Here We Go ‘Round The Mulberry Bush // House For Everyone / Coloured Rain / Giving To You / Smiling Phases / Dear Mr. Fantasy. Released on elpee in 1967 in France (Fontana, 885.800TY).

TRAFFIC (1967)
Paper Sun / Dealer / Coloured Rain / Hole In My Shoe / No Face, No Name, No Number / Heaven Is In Your Mind // House For Everyone / Berkshire Poppies / Giving To You / Smiling Phases / Hope I Never Find Me There / Dear Mr. Fantasy. Released on elpee in 1967 in Italy (Dischi Ricori, SLIR22.017).

HERE WE GO ROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH (1968)
Soundtrack featuring songs (*) by Traffic: Here We Go ‘Round The Mulberry Bush* / Taking Out Time / Every Little Thing / Virginals Dream / Utterly Simple* / It’s Been A Long Time / Looking Back / Picture of Her / Just Like Me / Waltz For Caroline* / Possession / Am I What I Was Or Am I What I Am*. Released on mono and stereo elpee on January 1968 in the UK (United Artists, ULP/SULP-1186), US (United Artists, UAL-4175/UAS-5175), Australia (United Artists, SUAL 932.917), France (United Artists, 29 637) and Germany (United Artists, 669 159). Re-released on CD on January 17, 2000 (RPM, 179) with four bonus tracks.

No Name, No Face, No Number (1968)
b/w Roamin’ Through The Gloamin’. Released on 7-inch on March 1968 in the UK (Island, WIP-6030); reached #40 on the UK charts (charted March 9, 1968 for 4 weeks). Also released on 7-inch in 1968 in Australia (Festival, FK-2206) with “Dealer” as the B side, and in 1968 in France (Fontana, 260 136) with “Berkshire Poppies” as the B side.

HEAVEN IS IN YOUR MIND (1968)
Paper Sun / Dealer / Coloured Rain / Hole In My Shoe / No Face, No Name, No Number / Heaven Is In Your Mind // House For Everyone / Berkshire Poppies / Giving To You / Smiling Phases / Dear Mr. Fantasy / We’re A Fade, You Missed This. Released on mono and stereo elpee on April 1968 in the US (United Artists, UAL-3651/UAS-6651) and Australia (Festival, SFL933.052); reached #88 on the US charts. Re-released as Hole In My Shoe on elpee in 1968 in Germany without the tracks “Heaven Is In Your Mind” and “We’re A Fade, You Missed This.” Re-released on elpee in the 1970s in the US (United Artists, UAS-6651) and in 1993 in the US (Island, 90060-1). Re-released on expanded CD with four bonus tracks on August 29, 2000 in the US (Polygram, 542 824) and on July 28, 2003 in Japan (Universal).

Feelin’ Alright? (1968)
b/w Withering Tree. Released on 7-inch on September 1968 in the UK (Island, WIP-6041), US (United Artists, 50460) and Australia (Festival, FK-2582). Re-released on 7-inch in 1992 in the US (Island, COL-2618) with “The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys” on the flip side.

You Can All Join In (1968)
b/w Withering Tree. Released on 7-inch on September 1969 in the UK (Island, WIP-6041) for export.

TRAFFIC (1968)
You Can All Join In / Pearly Queen / Don’t Be Sad / Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring / Feelin’ Alright? / Vagabond Virgin / Forty Thousand Headmen / Cryin’ To Be Heard / No Time To Live / Means To An End. Released on mono and stereo elpee on October 1968 in the UK (Island, ILP/ILPS-981), US (United Artists, UAS-6676), Germany (Island, 88064-ET) and Sweden (Island, ILPS-0981); reached #9 on the UK charts and #17 on the US charts. Regional elpee releases featured a booklet. Re-released as Feelin’ Alright on elpee in France (Fontana, 885 543 MY). Re-released over the years on elpee and CD, including versions in 2000 (UK) and 2001 (US) that featured different bonus tracks.

Medicated Goo (1968)
b/w Shanghai Noodle Factory (UK) or Pearly Queen (US/AUSL). Released on 7-inch on December 1968 in the UK (Island, WIP-6050), US (United Artists, 50500) and Australia (Festival, FK-2907).

LAST EXIT (1969)
Just For You / Shanghai Noodle Factory / Something’s Got A Hold of My Toe / Withering Tree / Medicated Goo // Feelin’ Good (live) / Blind Man (live). Released on elpee on May 1969 in the UK (Island, ILPS 9097), the US (United Artists, UAS 6702), Australia (Festival, SFL 933.362), Germany (Island, 203 474) and Japan (Fontana, FOX 7005); reached #19 on the US charts. Re-released on elpee in the 1970s in Germany (Island, 88 065ET). Re-released on CD and elpee in 1988 in the US (Island, 90925), on digitally remastered CD, elpee and cassette worldwide (Island,  842 787), and on digitally remastered CD in 2000 in Japan (Island, UICY-9272) and on February 27, 2011 in the US (Island, 548 540).

BEST OF TRAFFIC (1969)
Paper Sun / Heaven Is In Your Mind / No Face, No Name, No Number / Coloured Rain / Smiling Phases* / Hole in My Shoe // Medicated Goo / Forty Thousand Headmen / Feelin’ Alright / Shanghai Noodle Factory / Dear Mr. Fantasy. Released on elpee and 8-track on September 1969 in the UK (Island, ILPS/Y81-9112), Australia (Festival, SFL-933613), Germany (Island, 88.066ET) and Japan (Island, 20S-95), and on elpee on November 1969 in the US (United Artists, UAS-5500 on orange/pink label) with * replaced by “You Can All Join In;” reached #48 on the US charts. Re-released on elpee in 1970 in Spain (Philips, 63 43001), in 1971 in Japan (Island, AML1-1004), in Japan (Island, ILS-80309), the Netherlands (Island, 88 175XAT), New Zealand (Island, L-33613), the US (United Artists, AS-5500 on tan label) and in 1976 in Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSI-70816). Re-released on CD in the UK (Island, IMCD-169), in 1998 in France (Island, 846 153) and Japan (Island, UICY-2163).

JOHN BARLEYCORN MUST DIE (1970)
Glad / Freedom Rider / Empty Pages // Stranger To Himself / John Barleycorn / Every Mother’s Son. Released on elpee on July 1970 in the UK (Island, ILPS-9116 on pink label), US (United Artists, UAS-5504 on black/red label), Australia (Island, SFL-933909), France (Island, 6405 007), Germany (Island, 88 018ET), Israel and Norway (Island, 6339 016), Japan (Island, ILS-40205) and New Zealand (Island, SILPS-933909); reached #5 on the UK charts and #11 on the US charts (RIAA gold certified). Regional elpees feature gatefold cover. Re-released on elpee and CD in the 70s and 80s. Re-released on expanded CD versions featuring bonus tracks. Re-released on digitally remastered 2CD in 2011 in the UK (Universal, 5332411) with bonus tracks and a bonus disc.

Empty Pages (1970)
b/w Stranger To Himself. Released on 7-inch on August 1970 in the US (United Artists, 50692), Australia (Island, IK-3948) and France (Island, 6014 021); reached #74 on the US charts (charted September 5, 1970 for 8 weeks). The French 7-inch features a picture sleeve. Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1970 in the UK (United Artists, TRAF+1) featuring the A side only and with a picture sleeve.

Glad (1970)
b/w Freedom Rider. Released on 7-inch in 1970 in France (Island, 6014 037).

WELCOME TO THE CANTEEN (1971)
Live tracks: Medicated Goo / Sad And Deep As You / 40,000 Headmen / Shouldn’t Have Took More Than You Gave // Dear Mr. Fantasy / Gimme Some Lovin’. Released on elpee on September 1971 in the UK, US and around the world; reached #26 on the US charts. Re-released on elpee in the 1970s and 1980s. Re-released on CD in 1988/89 in the US (Island, 842 217-2) and on digitally remastered CD on March 19, 2002 in the US (Island, 568 847) and on July 28, 2003 in Japan (Island, UICY-9274). Re-released on super high material CD in 2008 in Japan (Universal, UICY-93645).

Gimme Some Lovin’ (Part One) (1971)
b/w Gimme Some Lovin’ (Part Two). Released on 7-inch on October 1971 in the US (United Artists, 50841), Argentina (Island, 0001574), Belgium and France (Island, 6138 004), Canada (Polydor, 2001 248) and Japan (A&M, AM[I]-1005; reached #68 on the US charts (charted October 23, 1971 for 7 weeks). Japanese 7-inch features a picture sleeve. Re-released on 7-inch in 1972 in Mexico (Island, 2242) with picture sleeve. Re-released on 7-inch in 1992 in the US (Island, COL-2616) with “Dear Mr. Fantasy” on the flip side.

Glad (Part 1) (1972)
b/w Glad (Part 2). Released on 7-inch on January 1972 in the US (United Artists, 50883). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1972 in the US (United Artists, 50883) with the mono version of “Glad (Part 1)” on the flip side.

THE LOW SPARK OF HIGH HEELED BOYS (1971)
Hidden Treasure / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys / Light Up Or Leave Me Alone // Rock & Roll Stew / Many A Mile To Freedom / Rainmaker. Released on elpee on November 1971 in the UK and Israel (Island, ILPS-9180), US (Island, SW-9306), Australia (Island, SIL-934388), Brazil (Island, 6047 224), Canada (Polydor, 2334 026), France (Island, 6396 010), Germany and Spain (Island, 85 807IT/I) and Japan (Island, AML(1)-1010); reached #7 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record). Regional elpee releases featured a diecut cover. Re-released on elpee and CD over the years and around the world. Re-released on digitally remastered CD with bonus tracks (“Rock & Roll Stew Parts 1 & 2”) on March 19, 2002 in the US (Island, 548 827), on 2003 in Japan (Island, UICY-9275) and on super high material CD on 2008 in Japan (Universal, UICY-93646).

Rock & Roll Stew (Part 1) (1972)
b/w Rock & Roll Stew (Part 2). Released on 7-inch on January 1972 in the UK (Island, WIPX-1148) and US (Island, 1201); reached #93 on the US charts (charted January 15, 1972 for 2 weeks).

SHOOT OUT AT THE FANTASY FACTORY (1973)
Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory / Roll Right Stone / Evening Blue / Tragic Magic / (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired. Released on elpee on February 1973 in the UK (Island, ILPS-9224), US (Island SW-9323), Argentina (Island, 5787), Australia (Island, SIL-934841), France (Island, 9336 024), Germany (Island, 86640-IT) and Japan (Island, ILS-80202); reached #6 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold album). Original elpee featured die-cut cover. Re-released on elpee in Japan (Island, 20S-98), in the 1980s in the UK (Island, ILPS-9224 on blue label), in 1987 in the UK (Island, ILPM-9224) and in 1988 in the US (Island, 90027). Re-released on CD in the US (Island, 842 781) and on digitally remastered CD in 1996 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-669) and in 2007 in Japan (Universal, UICY-9276), and on super high material CD in 2008 in Japan (Universal, UICY-93647).

ON THE ROAD (1973)
Live tracks: Glad – Freedom Rider / Tragic Magic / (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired / Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory / Light Up Or Leave Me Alone / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys. Released on 2LP on October 1973 in the UK (Island, ISLD-2), US (Island, ISLA-2), Australia (Island, L-45397/8), France (Island, 6499 697), Germany and the Netherlands (Island, 87272 XDT) and Japan (Island, ILS-67045); reached #40 on the UK charts and #29 on the US charts. Original 2LP featured gatefold cover. Re-released on 2LP in 1975 in Japan (Island, ILS-40086/7), in the UK (Island, ISLD-2 without picture innersleeves) and in 1987 in Italy (Island, AORL-219866). Re-released on elpee, CD and cassette in the US (Island, 842 893). Re-released on CD in 1988 in the US (Island, 90028). A single elpee vesion was also released in 1973 in the US (Island, SMAS-9336) featuring four tracks (Low Spark, Shoot Out, Uninspired & Light Up), a gatefold cover and picture innersleeve.

WHEN THE EAGLE FLIES (1974)
Something New / Dream Gerrard / Graveyard People // Walking In The Wind / Memories of a Rock N’ Rolla / Love / When The Eagle Flies. Released on elpee and 8-track on September 1974 in the UK (Island, ILPS-9273), US (Island, 7E-1020), Australia and New Zealand (Island, L-35307), Brazil (Phonogram, 410044), Canada (Asylum, 7ES-1020), Germany (Island, 88334XOT), Italy (Island, ILPS-19273), Japan (Island, ILS-80059), Mexico (Island, LA-016) and the Netherlands (Island, 88334 IT); reached #31 on the UK charts and # 9 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record on November 5, 1974). Orignal elpee featured lyrics innersleeve. Re-released on elpee in 1977 in Argentina (Island, 5116) with lyrics innersleeve. Re-released on CD in the UK (Island, IMCD-142), in 1988 in Germany (Polygram International, 846 154) and in Russia (Kankard, TRCD-009). Re-released on digitally remastered CD in 200 in Japan (Island, UICY-9278 limited edition to 5,000 copies) and on May 20, 2003 in the US (Island, 548 826).

Walking In The Wind (1974)
b/w Walking In The Wind (Instrumental). Released on 7-inch on October 1974 in the UK (Island, WIP-6207), US (Asylum, E-45207) and Australia (Island, K-5724). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in the US (Asylum, E-45207) featuring a short version of “Walking In The Wind” on the flip side.

HEAVY TRAFFIC (1975)
Dear Mr. Fantasy / Forty Thousand Headmen / Similing Phases / Shanghai Noodle Factory / Paper Sun // Feelin’ Alright / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Medicated Goo / Coloured Rain / Empty Pages. Compilation released on elpee on May 1975 in the US (United Artists, UA-LA421-G) with picture innersleeve; reached #155 on the US charts.

MORE HEAVY TRAFFIC (1975)
Vagabond Virgin / Hole In My Shoe / Cryin’ To Be Heard / You Can All Join In / Gimme Some Lovin’ // John Barleycorn / Pearly Queen / No Face, No Name, No Number / Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring / Means To An End. Compilation released on elpee and 8-track on September 1975 in the US (United Artists, UA/EA-LA526-G/H); reached #193 on the US charts.

TRAFFIC REPORT: A COLLECTION OF TRAFFIC CLASSICS (1987)
Dear Mr.Fantasy / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Forty Thousand Headmen / You Can All Join In / Pearly Queen / Feelin’ Alright / The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys / Rock & Roll Stew / Light Up Or Leave Me Alone / Glad / Freedom Rider / Empty Pages / John Barleycorn. Compilation released as promotional CD in 1987 in the US (Island, PR-2158-2).

TRAFFIC CONTROL: ANOTHER COLLECTION OF TRAFFIC CLASSICS (1988)
Shanghai Noodle Factory / Medicatd Goo / Shouldn’t Have Took More Than You Gave / Gimme Some Lovin’ / Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory / (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired / Low Spark / Smiling Phases / Paper Sun / Hole In My Shoe / We’re A Fade, You Missed This. Compilation released as promotional CD in 1988 in the US (Island, PR-2300-2).

HEAVEN IS IN YOUR MIND (1988)
Pearly Queen / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Medicated Goo / Romain’ Through The Gloaming / John Barleycorn / Empty Pages / Feelin’ Alright / (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired / Dear Mr. Fantasy (live) / Light Up Or Leave Me Alone / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys / Dream Gerrard. Compilation released in 1988.

Hole In My Shoe (Live 9/5/67) (1988)
b/w Paper Sun (Live 9/5/67). Released on shaped 7-inch single in 1988 (Document, 1603).

SMILING PHASES (1991)
Paper Sun / Hole In My Shoe / Smiling Phases / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Coloured Rain / No Face, No Name, No Number / Here We Go ‘Round The Mulberry Bush / Dear Mr. Fantasy / You Can All Join In / Feelin’ Alright / Pearly Queen / Forty Thousand Headmen / Vagabond Virgin / Shanghai Noodle Factory / Withering Tree / Medicated Goo // Glad / Freedom Rider / Empty Pages / John Barleycorn / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys / Light Up Or Leave Me Alone / Rock & Roll Stew / Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory / Walking In The Wind / When the Eagle Flies. Compilation released on 2CD on November 19, 1991 in the UK and US (Island, 510553).

FAR FROM HOME (1994)
Riding High / Here Comes A Man / Far From Home / Nowhere Is There Freedom / Holy Ground / Some Kinda Woman / Every Night, Every Day / This Train Won’t Stop / State of Grace / Mozambique. Released on CD on May 9, 1994 in the UK (Virgin) and US (Virgin, 39490); reached #29 on the UK charts and #33 on the US charts.

Nowhere Is There Freedom (1994)
b/w Nowhere Is There Freedom (LP Version). Released as a promotional CD single in 1994 in the US (Virgin, 14166).

Here Comes A Man (Rock Mix) (1994)
b/w Glad (live) + Here Comes A Man (LP radio). Released on 7-inch and CD single on May 24, 1994 in the UK (Virgin, VS-1494) and US (Virgin, 38432/14133). Also released as a 7-inch jukebox single in 1994 in the US (Virgin, S7-17971).

Some Kinda Woman (1994)
+ Some Kinda Woman (Tom Lord-Alge Single Mix) + Some Kinda Woman (Tom Lord-Alge Guitar Mix). Released on cassette single and promotional CD single on September 1994 in the US (Virgin, 38454/14208).

FEELIN’ ALRIGHT: THE VERY BEST OF TRAFFIC (2000)
Paper Sun / Hole In My Shoe / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Dear Mr. Fantasy / You Can All Join In / Feelin’ Alright / Pearly Queen / Forty Thousand Headmen / Shanghai Noodle Factory / Glad / Freedom Rider / Empty Pages / John Barleycorn / Rock & Roll Stew / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys. Compilation released on February 8, 2000 in the US (Island, 542 272).

THE COLLECTION (2001)
The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys / Hole In My Shoe / Dear Mr. Fantasy / You Can All Join In / John Barleycorn / Freedom Rider / No Face, No Name, No Number / Paper Sun / Coloured Rain / Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring / Pearly Queen / Am I What I Was Or Am What I Am / Medicated Goo / Berkshire Poppies / Rock & Roll Stew / Roamin’ Through The Gloamin’ With 40,000 Headmen / Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush. Compilation released on CD on June 25, 2001 (Universal/Spectrum).

2OTH CENTURY MASTERS: THE MILLENIUM COLLECTION (2003)
Paper Sun / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Dear Mr. Fantasy / You Can All Join In / Feelin’ Alright / Pearly Queen / 40,000 Headmen / Shanghai Noodle Factory / Empty Pages / The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys. Compilation released on CD on May 20, 2003 in the US (Island, 440077020).

GOLD (2005)
Paper Sun / Dealer / Coloured Rain / Hole in My Shoe / No Face, No Name, No Number / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Smiling Phases / Dear Mr.Fantasy / You Can All Join In / Pearly Queen / Feelin’ Alright / Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring / Forty Thousand Headmen / Shanghai Noodle Factory / Medicated Goo / Glad / Freedom Rider / Empty Pages / John Barleycorn // Gimme Some Lovin’ (live) / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys / Light Up Or Leave Me Alone / Rock & Roll Stew / Rainmaker / Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory / (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired / Something New / Dream Gerrard / Walking In The Wind / When The Eagles Flies. Compilation released on 2CD on July 26, 2005 in the US (Island, 501102).

THE LAST GREAT TRAFFIC JAM (2005)
Pearly Queen / Medicated Goo / Mozambique / 40,000 Headmen / Glad / Walking In The Wind / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys / Light Up / Dear Mr.Fantasy / John Barleycorn / Gimme Some Lovin’ // Walking In The Wind / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys / John Barleycorn / Dear Mr.Fantasy / Gimme Some Lovin’. Released on CD/DVD set on November 8, 2005 in the US (Legacy, 97688).

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