August 20, 2008

Quicksilver Messenger Service - New Orleans 1977

A recording from a WNOE 101-FM broadcast in a venue called Quarter Note in New Orleans.
This is a good Quicksilver Messenger Service show with Dino Valente and Gary Duncan but without John Cipollina.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01 - Fresh Air
02 - Doctor Boogie
03 - I Just Can't Have You
04 - Mona
05 - My Guitar
06 - Jump Back To Me
07 - Cowboy On The Run
08 - Bitter Sweet Love
09 - What About Me?
10 - Freeway Flyer
11 - Call For Encore/I Want To Fly
12 - Just A Country Boy
13 - Baby Baby
14 - Who Do You Love?

Link

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi AR,
I'm back! burnt to a crisp.
I see you've been busy reading all the comments while I've been away. Ho Ho. I'll be in touch soon.
Titus

AtticRock said...

Hi Titus
Good to know you're back.

Anonymous said...

As advised at the time TITUS, should have applied liberal amounts of sunscreen,did you listen, no!
Not that glad to be back in Blighty,would have stayed in the ALGARVE if i'd have had my laptop in hand.
Oh well best get downloading and listening,many cheers!
TBM(-2 days)

AtticRock said...

Hi TBM
Finally you both got home, I was feeling a little lonely here :) Just kidding, there are a lot of comments aboard just not for the last posts...
I'm glad you liked Allgarve. Btw did you saw the campaign where this word was used to promote Algarve? there was a big controversy here around it due to the use of the extra L...

Anonymous said...

hi
another show with need for password for zip to open , new to this can anyone help loots of great shows would like to be able to listen to a few help from anyone?

AtticRock said...

Is it really that hard to read the entire post?
The answer to your question is on the part where it says:
Pass:
soundaboard.blogspot.com

Scion said...

I corresponded with Gary Duncan during this time ... and I have to say, that is one very bitter dude!
He's very hard on QMS's fans for liking this or that of their music, which made no sense whatsoever to me.
Not sure what's going on with the dude, but he's at best a little confused, at worst working off some grudge against his audience, which is (and was) commercial suicide for this attempt to ressurrect the QMS banner. I think they were only called Quicksilver, tho' - not sure.
The first two QMS albums are stone-cold classics. Without Cippolina, they just didn't have the same spark.

AtticRock said...

I agree, the first album is a classic and I also like Happy Trails.