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  1. Label: Island Records - SW • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock Traffic - Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(20).
  2. Jan 16,  · Shootout at the Fantasy Factory is another great album by Traffic. The band continues the Low Spark LP in the vein of jammy numbers with some near progressive moments but Shootout is a much more introspective and contemplative affair. The 14 minute Roll Right Stones is a great tune and a stand out for me/5().
  3. "Sometimes I Feel So Uninspired" is my favorite Traffic song and though I prefer the version on the live "On The Road" album, this one is excellent too. out of 5 stars shoot out the fantasy factory dei traffic. Reviewed in Italy on October 31, out of 5 stars Traffic LP. Reviewed in Canada on June 6, Verified Purchase/5().
  4. On The Road is the second live album (two LPs on initial European releases; later reissued on one CD) by English rock band Traffic, released in Recorded live in Germany, it features the Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory lineup plus extra keyboardist (for live performances) Barry Beckett.
  5. After two exemplary releases, Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory marked a fall-off in quality for dersgsithalpoteman.mounwadisctetheapapithepefofodul.co problems lay in both composition and performance. Beginning with the title track, based on a guitar riff reminiscent of the recent Deep Purple hit "Smoke on the Water," and continuing through the lengthy "Roll Right Stones," the folkish ballad "Evening Blue," reed player Chris Wood's.
  6. Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory, an Album by Traffic. Released in on Island (catalog no. 86 IT; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock, Rock.
  7. Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory is the sixth studio album by English rock band Traffic released in It followed their album The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys and contained five songs.
  8. "Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory" is an upbeat rocker with percussionist Rebop Kwaku Baah, Hood and Hawkins creating an excellent groove for the others to ride in. But, as on other Traffic efforts, Winwood plays a lot of electric guitar on this song and his ability on the instrument has never really impressed me much/5(15).
  9. Traffic was almost at the end of their run by the time Shoot out at the Fantasy Factory came out in , in fact they would only release one more album in the band’s original form in The album you get is a mature sounding end of the line kind of mood.

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