Release Date: 10 July 2015
Format: LP Double Vinyl
|Quicksilver Messenger Service Stony Brook College, New York 1970 Limited Vinyl 2LP Set
;; Live album from 1970 of psychedelic masters Quicksilver Messenger Service
;; Available on both 2CD and Double LP!
A stunning 2CD live album from San Francisco psychedelic masters Quicksilver Messenger Service mesmerizing
a New York audience with heavy blues jams and extended freakouts!
This line-up of the band featured renowned keyboardist Nicky Hopkins, who had previously recorded with The
Beatles, The Stones, The Who and more!
Available on both CD and vinyl!
The band that became Quicksilver Messenger Service originally was conceived as a rock vehicle for folk
singer/songwriter Dino Valente), author of "Get Together." Living in San Francisco, Valente had found
guitarist John and singer Jim Murray. Valente's friend David Freiberg (joined on bass, and the group was
completed by the addition of drummer Greg Elmore and guitarist Gary Duncan As the band was being put
together, Valente was imprisoned on a drug charge and he didn't re-join Quicksilver until later.
1. Baby Baby
3. Too Far
4. Warm Red Wine
5. The Truth
7. Long Haired Lady
2. Pride Of Man
3. Edward The Mad Shirt Grinder
4. Who Do You Love