“What About Me?” by Quicksilver Messenger Service - album review

TJR says

Founding member Dino Valenti had returned to the band after a stint in prison on drug charges and wasted no time in getting plenty of work down in their recording sessions in the early summer of 1970. These sessions spawned two new albums in 1970, “What About Me?” being the second of these. I can hardly tell the difference between this and the preceding set; they're never terrible but seem to be reliably boring.

The Jukebox Rebel
05-Dec-2009

A1 [06:43] 5.5.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - What About Me (Chester Powers) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
A2 [03:00] 5.4.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Local Color (John Cipollina) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A3 [04:44] 6.9.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Baby Baby (Chester Powers) Country
A4 [02:32] 4.0.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Won’t Kill Me (David Freiburg) Country
A5 [05:55] 4.3.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Long Haired Lady (Chester Powers) Folk
B1 [04:29] 4.5.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Subway (Gary Duncan, Chester Powers) Rock
B2 [04:38] 4.6.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Spindrifter (Nicky Hopkins) Cerebral Pop
B3 [02:30] 4.2.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Good Old Rock And Roll (Chester Powers) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B4 [03:48] 3.4.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - All In My Mind (Gary Duncan, Chester Powers) Songwriter
B5 [07:36] 4.2.png Quicksilver Messenger Service - Call On Me (Chester Powers) Cerebral Pop




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