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Traffic - Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush flac album
  • Performer Traffic
  • Title Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush
  • Date of release 1967
  • Country UK
  • Style Psychedelic Rock
  • Other formats VOX DTS MMF VQF RA MP4 VOX
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1290 mb
  • Size FLAC 1187 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 323

Traffic (Traffic album). 1968 studio album by Traffic. Traffic was reissued for compact disc in the UK on 11 January 2000, with five bonus tracks, two from the soundtrack to the United Artists film Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush and three from Last Exit. In the US, the remastered reissue of 27 February 2001 included mono single mixes of "You Can All Join In" and "Feelin' Alright?," and the stereo single mix of "Withering Tree.

Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" b/w "Coloured Rain" Released: November 1967, Island WIP6025. No Face, No Name, No Number" b/w "(Roamin' in the Gloamin' with) 40,000 Headmen" Released: 1968, Island WIP6030. Mr. Fantasy is the debut album by English rock band Traffic. It was released in December 1967. The first US version was released in early 1968 by United Artists Records and re-titled Heaven Is in Your Mind. It featured a different, standard format cover showing three members of the group without Mason. The US LP was re-sequenced and also added three other singles ("Paper Sun", "Hole in My Shoe", and "Smiling Phases") but deleted two Mason songs ("Hope I Never Find Me There" and "Utterly.

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The Spencer Davis Group provided most of the music and made a cameo appearance in the film at a church fete. The title track "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" was written and performed by Traffic. Traffic also have two other songs on the soundtrack album "Am I What I Was or Was I What I Am" and a version. of "Utterly Simple" that is different from the recording used on the album Mr Fantasy Location  . "Festival de Cannes: Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush". Archived from the original on 8 March 2012. Retrieved 4 April 2009. "BFI Screenonline: Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush (1967)". "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush Blu-ray".

Watch the video for Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush from Traffic's Smiling Phases for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Turn around every way Looking back another day The race is on, I'm out to win Before I start, I must begin. Here we go round in circles t. ead the full lyrics for Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush. Discuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics.

Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush soundtrack from 1998, composed by The Spencer Davis Group, Traffic. Released by Rykodisc in 1998 (RCD 10717) containing music from Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush (1967). If you have track length/time information for this album, please e-mail it to us at maildtrack. Hmmm, obviously the film inspired Mike Myers to do his Austin Powers' thing, but the music here from Traffic ("Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" and "Mr. Fantasy") and The Spencer Davis Group ("Gimme Some Lovin'" ) leaves me longing for a real score.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush
Written-By – Wood*, Mason*, Capaldi*, Winwood*
B Coloured Rain
Written-By – Wood*, Capaldi*, Winwood*

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – United Artists Music

Credits

  • Producer – Jimmy Miller

Notes

Charted from 29-11-67 for 12 weeks.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): WIP-6025-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): WIP-6025-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side A): WIP 6025 A - 1 ZTSP P 14468 - 1 EXP
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side B): WIP 6025 B - 1 ZTSP P 14469 - 1 EXP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WIP-6025 Traffic Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush ‎(7", Single) Island Records WIP-6025 UK 1967
FX -11,445, FX -11445 Traffic Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush ‎(7", EP, Mono) Festival Records, Festival Records FX -11,445, FX -11445 Australia 1968
UA 50232 Traffic Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush ‎(7", Single) United Artists Records UA 50232 US 1967
UA 50232 Traffic Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush ‎(7", Single) United Artists Records UA 50232 Canada 1967
WIP-6025 Traffic Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush ‎(7", Single, Fou) Island Records WIP-6025 UK 1967


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Abuseyourdna
For me, Traffic was the most magnificent band, but only for the first nine or 12 months of their existence in 1967. After that, I lost interest in them. Never an offensive group, actually far from that category, but early Traffic was an essential listening experience. Traffic always had a 'world' touch to their music, with traces of jazz, and folk leanings. Still, in the early recordings, there was a sense of exploration in sound and songwriting structures. The focus was on Steve Winwood, but it was the textural contributions from Chris Wood, their horn player, as well as Jim Capaldi (drummer). Dave Mason was their guitarist, and he added songwriting skills, but there is something that kept him in line with the other three. Original member, he left, then re-joined them for their second album. A significant figure in the band, but his presence seemed to be the nail that stuck out too much, with respect to the band. "Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush" is the theme song to the movie with the same title. It has all the best elements of Traffic. Soulful, melodic, superb musicianship, and superb songwriting. I have a hunch that this song was not well-loved by Traffic at the time. Still, an amazing recording, beautifully produced by Jimmy Miller, that had touches of exotic sounds that were dreamy, but very solid on the earth. The b-side, "Colored Rain" is a classic Traffic cut. A beautiful little window is looking out onto the landscape of late 1967.