“Happy Trails” by Quicksilver Messenger Service - album review

TJR says

Second album from the much-loved acid-rockers, all recorded live at Fillmore East (New York) and Fillmore West (San Francisco), heavily in homage to Bo Diddley without actually appealing to me as a big Bo Diddley fan. More wah-wah than wham-bam I'm afraid to say. Still, it sold 500,000 copies in the U.S. so what do I know? Pass marks for the inventive wild-west thriller “Calvary”, written by their own guitarist, Gary Duncan.

The Jukebox Rebel
02-Dec-2009

A1 [03:32] 5.0.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Who Do You Love? [live ’68 pt.1] (Ellas Otha Bates) Rock
A2 [05:14] 3.9.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - When You Love [live ’68] (Gary Duncan) Rock
A3 [06:07] 4.4.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Where You Love [live ’68] (John Cipollina, Gary Duncan, Greg Elmore, David Freiberg) Avant-Garde
A4 [02:45] 4.6.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - How You Love [live ’68] (John Cipollina) Rock
A5 [04:38] 3.8.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Which Do You Love [live ’68] (David Freiberg) Rock
A6 [03:01] 4.2.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Who Do You Love? [live ’68 pt.2] (Ellas Otha Bates) Rock
B1 [07:01] 5.0.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Mona [live ’68] (Ellas Otha Bates) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B2 [03:01] 3.3.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Maiden Of The Cancer Moon [live ’68] (Gary Duncan) Rock
B3 [13:21] 6.3.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Calvary [live ’68] (Gary Duncan) Prog
B4 [01:28] 4.0.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails (Dale Evans) Country




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