Quicksilver Messenger Service: Live At The Fillmore to Be Released
A recording of Quicksilver Messenger Service’s June 7, 1968 performance at The Fillmore in San Francisco will be released on April 9. The 2-CD set comes with extensive liner notes by Dave Thompson, which illustrate the historical context of the show. The recording includes versions of Bo Diddley’s “Mona,” Willie Dixon’s “Back Door Man,” as well originals like the psychedelic symphony “Calvary” and a jammy “Acapulco Gold & Silver.” The band’s lineup for the evening consisted of Gary Duncan (guitar/vocals), John Cipollina (guitar), David Freiberg (bass) and Greg Elmore (drums). You can check out the rendition of “Dino’s Song” from the recording here and the full tracklist can be viewed below.
Quicksilver Messenger Service: Live At The Fillmore June 7, 1968
1.Pride Of Man
2.If You Live (Your Time Will Come)
6.Light Your Windows
1.Back Door Man
2.Acapulco Gold & Silver
3.Who Do You Love?