QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE Happy Trails Lp 1969 ORIG. Rainbow PSYCH In Shrink

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  • Sold Date: Dec 18, 2011
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QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE Happy Trails Lp 1969 ORIG. Rainbow PSYCH In Shrink

ARTIST: Quicksilver TITLE: Happy Trails FORMAT: LP LABEL: Capitol ST-120 YEAR: 1969 CONDITION: Cover: VG+ Vinyl: VG+

NOTES: Quicksilver Messenger Service is an American psychedelic rock band, formed in 1965 in San Francisco. Happy Trails is the second album. Happy Trails consists mainly of a performance cover of Bo Diddley's - aka Ellas McDaniel - "Who Do You Love?" spread out over 25 minutes. The live portions of the album were recorded at the Fillmore East and at the Fillmore West. The second half of the album consists of an almost continuous medley. "Calvary" manifested itself during a studio acid trip. As a coda, the band sing the theme tune from Roy Rogers' western television show, which lends its title to the album. The record was released by Capitol records in stereo. WE USE GOLDMINE STANDARDS FOR GRADING. COVER AND VINYL ARE VISUALLY GRADED ONLY. Near Mint (NM or M-) a nearly perfect record. No obvious signs, of wear. Only signs of slight handling. Very Good Plus (VG+) Some signs of wear, slight scuffs or very light scratches that don't affect play. Label may have some ring wear, discoloration but barely noticeable. Cover may show slight wear such as lightly turned up corners & slight seam split. LP cover may have slight signs
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