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Quicksilver Messenger Service: Solid Silver

Review by Andy Childs, ZigZag, February 1976

WELL, THE GREAT name of Quicksilver Messenger Service is resurrected yet again, this time with perhaps more credibility than on previous occasions. A sticker on ...

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Quicksilver Messenger Service: Happy Trails (Capitol)

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, July 1969

INTROSPECTIVE exploration of themes is the general idea on this album from one of America's top underground groups. ...

Quicksilver Messenger Service: Fillmore East, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, January 1970

Quicksilver Group Brings New Pianist To Fillmore East ...

Quicksilver Does A Quickchange

Retrospective and Interview by Lenny Kaye, Circus, March 1970

ON THE NEW Year's Eve separating 1968 and its successor, the Quicksilver Messenger Service played a farewell concert at Fillmore West. Looking back at the ...

Van Morrison, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Brinsley Schwartz: Fillmore East, New York NY

Live Review by Geoffrey Cannon, Guardian, The, April 1970

I WAS ON that New York trip last weekend, too. My brief was to listen to the music. I have to report that as soon ...

Quicksilver Messenger Service: What About Me (Capitol)

Review by Ben Edmonds, Rolling Stone, February 1971

QUICKSILVER displayed acute weaknesses on their previous album and they remain very much in evidence on What About Me. Though the group has polished up ...

Quicksilver

Profile by Gene Sculatti, Fusion, April 1972

The once-famous logo, "May the Baby Jesus Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Mind," has been supplanted by an outsized plastic marquee proclaiming ‘Summer of ...

Quicksilver Messenger service: Comin' Thru

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rolling Stone, June 1972

DINO VALENTI had a pretty good niche in history carved out for a while: he wrote (or at least claimed to have written) 'Hey Joe', ...

Woodstock Remembered: KGB stages a rock festival

Report by Steven Rosen, Los Angeles Free Press, November 1972

SUNDAY’S KGB "Charity Ball" was important for one reason: the concert proved that people in large numbers can still come together for an event and ...

Quicksilver: Trouble Ahead, Trouble Behind

Report and Interview by Jim Esposito, Rock, November 1972

ACCORDING TO LEAD guitarist Gary Duncan Quicksilver is going through a "transitory period," mainly because of all the trouble they've been having with their label. ...

John Cipollina

Interview by Max Bell, New Musical Express, June 1975

JOHN CIPOLLINA, he's the real thing. Smallish, wiry, hair tied back, nicotine stains up to his elbow and the confident loquaciousness of a man who ...

Quicksilver Messenger Service: Solid Silver

Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, February 1976

YOU MAY REMEMBER Quicksilver Messenger Service as one of the most enigmatic West Coast bands from the acid-soaked sixties, and not just because they never ...

The San Francisco Sound

Retrospective and Interview by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, August 1990

"My eyes were opened. There's a new world and a new society and a new spirit." ...

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