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Quicksilver Messenger Service - Quicksilver Messenger Service Full Album

Quicksilver Messenger Service - Quicksilver Messenger Service Full Album Performer: Quicksilver Messenger Service
Title: Quicksilver Messenger Service
Style: Acid Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1968
Country: US
Label: Capitol Records
Catalog number: ST-2904
Size MP3: 2790 mb
Size FLAC: 1747 mb
Rating: 4.1

Tracklist

1Pride Of Man
Written-By – Hamilton Camp
4:06
2Dino's Song
Written-By – Dino Valenti
3:07
3The Fool
Written-By – D. Freiberg, G. Duncan
12:10
4Light Your Windows
Written-By – D. Freiberg, G. Duncan
2:39
5Gold And Silver
Written-By – G. Duncan, S. Schuster
6:44
6It's Been Too Long
Written-By – R. Polte
2:56

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ST-2904Quicksilver Messenger Service Quicksilver Messenger Service ‎(LP, Album, RE, LA)Capitol RecordsST-2904US1971
noneQuicksilver Messenger Service Quicksilver Messenger Service ‎(6xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, 24b)Capitol Recordsnone2014
ST-2904Quicksilver Messenger Service Quicksilver Messenger Service ‎(LP, Album)Capitol RecordsST-2904CanadaUnknown
ST 8-2904Quicksilver Messenger Service Quicksilver Messenger Service ‎(LP, Album, Club)Capitol RecordsST 8-2904US1968
CP-8660Quicksilver Messenger Service Quicksilver Messenger Service ‎(LP, Album, Red)Capitol RecordsCP-8660JapanUnknown

Credits

  • Design [Record Jacket]Rick Griffin
  • PerformerDavid Freiberg, Gary Duncan, Greg Elmore, John Cipollina
  • Photography ByJim Marshall
  • ProducerHarvey Brooks, Nick Gravenites, Pete Welding

Notes

This version:
- band name on the labels on one line
- band name, stereo caption, catalogue number and side indication on the labels is a fat and elongated font

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): ST1-2904
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): ST2-2904
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A, variant 1): ST1 2904 B4#2 O
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side B, variant 1): ST2 2904 B4#2 O
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A, variant 2): ST1 2904 B4²#1 O
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side B, variant 2): ST2 2904 B4#2 O

Companies

  • Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Jacksonville

Album

Quicksilver Messenger Service: все альбомы, включая Live Across America 1967-1977 , More Happy Trails 1969: Live , Stony Brook College, New York 1970 и другие. Quicksilver Messenger Service is the debut studio album of Quicksilver Messenger Service, released in 1968. This was Quicksilver Messenger Service's first album, although they had already produced two songs for the soundtrack of the 1968 movie Revolution. The album displays the group's jam sound amidst lighter pop-oriented songs. Unlike contemporaries such as the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver's jams were highly planned as can be heard by comparing the studio versions of songs with those from bootleg live. Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Quicksilver Messenger Service. Quicksilver Messenger Service. Studio Outtakes 1967-1969. UMG от лица компании EMI BMG Rights Management US, LLC, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, ARESA, CMRRA, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. LatinAutor и другие. The band achieved wide popularity in the San Francisco Bay Area and through their recordings, with psychedelic rock enthusiasts around the globe, and several of their albums ranked in the Top 30 of the Billboard Pop charts. They were part of the new wave of album-oriented bands, achieving renown and. Songs in album Quicksilver Messenger Service - Quicksilver Messenger Service 1968. Quicksilver Messenger Service - Pride Of Man. Quicksilver Messenger Service - Light Your Windows. Quicksilver Messenger Service - Dino's Song. Quicksilver Messenger Service - Gold And Silver. Quicksilver Messenger Service - It's Been Too Long. Quicksilver Messenger Service - The Fool. Total votes: 26. Other albums by Quicksilver Messenger Service. Quicksilver Me. Quicksilver Messenger Service: American psychedelic rock band formed in 1965 in San Francisco. Though not as commercially successful as contemporaries Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver was integral to the beginnings of their genre. With their jazz and classical influences and a strong folk background, the band attempted to create an individual, innovative sound. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Thus far this is the only Quicksilver Messenger Service album I have. I'll be getting Happy Trails, but for now my opinion of the band is formed only on this section of work. I like it as a studio album because it paints a portrait of the band, but that's just why I like studio albums in general. Quicksilver Messenger Service Happy Trails Live 1969, released 14 April 2017 1. Who Do You Love pt. When Do You Love 3. Where Do You Love 4. How Do You Love 5. Which Do You Love 6. Mona 8. Maiden of the Cancer Moon 9. Calvary 10. Happy Trails Classic line-up featuring the twin guitar attack of Gary Duncan and John Cipollina tearing through the bands best songs including classics Who Do You Love, Mona and more. Features the classic line-up performing their entire second album, Happy Trails - ranked at 189 on Rolling Stones' list of the 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time Special foil printing and a 4 panel poster inside

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User reviews
Alien
Dino's song brings it all back for me, and I was there!
Landaron
If you were there when the psychedelic electric haze settled over San Francisco during the Summer of Love, and managed to catch Quicksilver Messenger Service, who were playing just about everywhere, then you instantly recognized the difference between what you heard during those heady nights, and what’s laid down here. Quicksilver Messenger Service was one of the most beloved bands form the mid 60’s, where at their best they conveyed bluesy flights of fancy, spurred on by the guitar interplay of John Cipollina and Gary Duncan.Tracking in a a mere thirty-two minutes, which was pretty standard for the day, where the band lays down six numbers of original and cover material, with some of their covers being so original that they outshine their forerunners. Such is the case with the wholly unexpected “Pride Of Man,” a Hamilton Camp number, where the group creates a flawless atmosphere of re-interpretation . That being said, this is a difficult album to review, as Quicksilver Messenger Service turned on their heels just prior to, or perhaps while recording this album, as they’d been smitten by the delivery and instrumentation of Mike Bloomfield and the Electric Flag who’d just arrived on the scene and were creating waves that were tough to avoid. Regardless, even with this infatuation, Quicksilver play strongly and present their material well. Sonically, these influences come off as mere influences, though having personally heard Quicksilver prior to this change, it would have been more than interesting to hear what they would have done with this material had they not been so taken with Bloomfield at this critical juncture. Of course the other side of that coin would be to consider what songs they might have penned or chosen to cover had things been completely within their realm. Perhaps it was inevitable that Quicksilver should have absorbed these influences, though I for one, wish they’d found a way of allowing them to sound less evident.With most people knowing Quicksilver from their inspirational spirited freeform effortlessly flowing live album Happy Trails, it’s rather stark to hear this album, made up of music that comes off well, though will a strong sense of controlled orchestration, lacking that easygoing effortless vibe of Happy Trails that lives within the souls of everyone from those mystic nights. Yes, this album is good, and very much in and of its time, though again, the band does not sound as if they’re sitting comfortably, almost as if they’re trying to force themselves into a mold, attempting to be a band that that are not … especially since the world already had one Electric Flag who were doing what they do with grace and ease.There were other aspects that came into play, with no doubt the most important being that Dino Valenti [“Dino’s Song” and most famous for penning the song “Get Together” by the Youngbloods] was in jail during this recording for marijuana and amphetamines. So perhaps Valenti getting his ideas out of prison, to a bunch of stoners, was like the child’s game of ‘Whispering Down the Lane,’ leaving the album to feel rather unfinished and unpolished.All this aside, the acid fueled Quicksilver Messenger Service were not all about the psychedelic halo, they comfortably embrace a leaning for the country rock format, and incorporated some homespun blues into the background as well, along with a smattering of samba grooves [which would be made famous by Santana]. Of course this leaves me right back where I began, saying that this is a rather difficult album to review … so you're gonna have to listen for yourself, something I highly recommend, as it's the final song "The Fool," that shimmers, creating that psychedelic atmosphere filled with effects, reverb, and lightly drenched with intoxication, though merely hinting at where the band will venture on Happy Trails.Review by Jenell Kesler
Gralinda
Can anyone tell me which of the 3 'rainbow' variations is considered the first press? Or, are they all 3 first pressings from different regions?
Precious
You would have to provide links to the ones you speak of as there are some 1980's Capitol reissues which sport the rainbow label.