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Quicksilver Messenger Service is considered to be one of the most important bands to come from the San Francisco music scene of the sixties along with their contemporaries The Grateful Dead and The Jefferson Airplane.
The band initially came together in 1965 and proceeded to play great many gigs across America.
The bands debut album the self title Quicksilver Messenger Service was released in May 1968 and was an eclectic affair including key songs that still stand up to scrutiny forty years later. The album includes Pride of Man, Dino’s Song (Written by Valenti), Gold and Silver and the extended song The Fool.
By the time of the 1970 release Just For Love Gary Duncan had returned and Dino Valenti also joined up. Further albums including What About Me (1970), Quicksilver (1971) and Comin’ Through (1972) were released although by the time of the Quicksilver album both Frieberg and Cippolina had gone.