QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE - LIVE AT THE AVALON BALLROOM 1966

2x180g Pressing. Finally available to fans after more than four decades in the vaults, this live performance at San Francisco’s Fillmore is a delicious early glimpse at one of the architects (alongside Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead) of West Coast acid rock in the months leading up to the Summer of Love. In fact, QMS was opening for Jefferson Airplane the night this album was recorded. Although the band had been playing live all around the Bay Area since 1965, their official Capitol Records debut would not come out until the following year, making this album a rare opportunity to hear what the band sounded like a full year prior…and as a five-piece (singer / harmonica player Jim Murray quit the band before their debut was recorded, and the band continued from that point on as a four-piece). It also features original intended front man, and future QMS member Dino Valenti (best known for having written the hippy anthem “Get Together”), performing several of his own songs, not heard on any other album! Essential listening! Tracks: - Side A: 1. You Don’t Love Me 2. I Hear You Knockin’ 3. Gold And Silver 4. All Night Worker 5. Codeine 6. Got My Mojo Workin’ Side B: 1. Mona 2. Dino’s Song 3. Walkin’ Blues 4. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You Side C: 1. Hoochie Coochie Man 2. Stand By Me 3. Too Long 4. Duncan And Brady 5. Pride Of Man Side D: 1. A Fool For You 2. I Can’t Believe It 3. Look Around You 4. Who Do You Love

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ArtistQUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE Release date2011-09-08 Item no87386 Product groupVinyl MediaLP Record labelVinyl Lovers Genre60s Beat / Pop / Garage ConditionNew, unplayed AvailabilityNot in stock Delivery1-3 Weeks
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