Uploaded on Jul 2, 2008
Quicksilver Messenger Service with an outstanding outdoor performance in 1969. From Ralph J. Gleason's "Go Ride the Music" produced for KQED. This excerpt is presented under fair use for educational purposes.
IMHO the finest Quicksilver Messenger Service performance available on video!
P.S. You might want to consider buying the DVD; it's inexpensively packaged with "West Pole" and has a ton of previously really rare & unreleased material on it.
True concert footage of Quicksilver Messenger Service remains rare, and any hardcore fan of the band will want to get the limited edition 3 DVD set "Recoil" which includes never before seen video (seen by me anyway) of Quicksilver Messenger Service live in concert! A truly bitchin' extended psychedelic version of Who Do You Love is my personal fave! Watching the duel lead guitars of John Cipollina and Gary Duncan is something to see!
anyway, get "Recoil" here while it's still available
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