As everyone knows, Quicksilver Messenger Service at their peak in 1968 were one of the greatest live bands the world has ever seen. Rather than some foggy hearsay legend, proof of their prowess is available via a few live recordings fortunately preserved from oblivion. This one is a particularly devastating night at the Fillmore East in June 1968.
Featuring the classic line-up with the twin guitar attack of Gary Duncan and John Cipollina tearing through the band's best songs including "Pride Of Man," "Acapulco Gold & Silver," and "Light Your Windows" plus blues classics "Who Do You Love?" and "Mona" among others!
"The group raises images of White Spanish missions with red tile roofs in old California, of Wells Fargo, of 1865 San Francisco political corruption and 1965 San Francisco purity still intact. In person Quicksilver Messenger Service is a musical mental movie of the West." - The Village Voice / June 1968 Review of QMS Live at the Fillmore East.