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|Quicksilver Messenger Service||Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Track Performer|
|John Cipollina||Guitar, Electric Guitar, Steel Guitar, Slide Guitar|
|Nicky Hopkins||Piano, Keyboards|
|Dino Valente||Flute, Guitar, Conga, Vocals|
|Gary Duncan||Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Maracas, Vocals, Wood Block|
|Greg Elmore||Percussion, Drums|
|David Freiberg||Bass, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Vocals|
|Dino Valenti||Guitar, Conga, Vocals|
|Gary Duncan||Sound Effects|
|John Palladino||Producer, Executive Producer, Audio Production|
|George Osaki||Art Direction|
|Red Johnson & His Orchestra||Poetry|
Posted December 23, 2011
This and QMS¿s follow up album "What About Me" was in my opinion is the pinnacle of psychedelic rock. When listening to this album it is easy to image being is a dimly lit apartment with a haze of sweet smoke filling the room and beads hanging from the ceiling and black-light posters on the wall and people laying/sitting on bean bag chairs half alive smoking from weird shape pipes.
That being said, this music is not just for the drug-out counter culture dropouts but also for anyone who enjoys the various types of music that the late 1960 and early 1970. The music flows and the instrumentals of "Wolf Run", "Cobra" along with "Gone Again" allows the listener¿s mind to wander.
Overall this is a great album one of the best from the psychedelic rock genre.
Posted December 7, 2011
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