Quicksilver

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Anthology
New - LP - SVBB 11165
Sealed 1973 2LP Orange Label Gatefold First Pressing. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Anthology
Audiophile - LP - FRM 11165
2LP 180gm HQ Gatefold Reissue. This Release, Like Virtually All Friday Music Issues, Comes From The Factory Without Shrink Wrap. The Album Is New, Unplayed. “Mastered Impeccably From The Original Capitol Records Tapes By Joe Reagoso And Ron Mcmaster, This Super Limited Edition Album Also Boasts The Original Gatefold Cover Album Art, Including The Silver On Black Embossed Quicksilver Logo. The Two HQ Vinyl Lp’s Are Also Protected By Poly Lined Sleeves, As Well As A Poly Bag To Help Keep The Album Cover And Albums In Great Condition.” – Friday Music more
Anthology
Used - LP - SVBB 11165
1973 2LP Orange Label, Foil Embossed Gatefold First Pressing. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Comin' Thru
New - LP - SMAS 11002
Sealed 1972 Gatefold. Label Variation Unknown. more
Comin' Thru
Used - LP - SMAS 11002
Beautiful 1972 Green Label Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Jacket. A Very Hard To Find Title. Crisp Corners, No Deletion Cuts Or Seam Splits. more
Just For Love
Used - LP - 1C 062-80 543
Beautiful German Stereo Pressing. Appears Unplayed. more
Just For Love
Used - LP - SMAS-8-0498
Rare Green Label With Purple Capitol Logo Record Club Pressing Housed In a Heavy-Duty Gatefold. Appears Unplayed. more
Live In San Jose
Used - LP - Mar-X
Rare "Live" LP Recorded In 1966. Picture Sleeve. This Is Limited Edition, Mega Low Number 10. more
Peace By Piece
Used - LP - ST 12498
1986 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Gold Promo Stamp On Jacket. Unplayed Condition. more
Peace By Piece
New - LP - ST 12498
Sealed, Hard To Find 1986 Original. more
Quicksilver
Used - LP - SW 819
1971 Green Label With Purple Capitol Logo Original. Shrink Wrap Intact. "One Of The Group's Better Albums, Despite Coming So Late In Their History That It Was Ignored By Almost Everyone. "Hope," "Fire Brothers," And "Don't Cry For My Lady Love" Are Among The Best Songs The Group Ever Cut, And "I Found Love" Is One Of The Prettiest, Most Upbeat Songs Ever To Come From Any Classic San Francisco Band. Some Of The Rest Is Self-Indulgent, But That's What This Era Of Music Was About — The Guitar Pyrotechnics Of "Song For Frisco" And "Play My Guitar" Make Them Both More Entertaining Than Their Somewhat Bland Melodies; The Latter Song, In Particular, Sounds Like A Marty Balin/Jefferson Airplane Outtake That Would Have Been Right On Target About Four Years Before The Release Date Of This Album. The Whole Record Feels That Way, A Throwback To The Psychedelic Era Circa Late 1967. It's Also Very Much A Folk-Rock Record, With A Rich Acoustic Guitar Texture On Many Of The Songs." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Quicksilver
New - LP - SW 819
Sealed 1971 Original. "One Of The Group's Better Albums, Despite Coming So Late In Their History That It Was Ignored By Almost Everyone. "Hope," "Fire Brothers," And "Don't Cry For My Lady Love" Are Among The Best Songs The Group Ever Cut, And "I Found Love" Is One Of The Prettiest, Most Upbeat Songs Ever To Come From Any Classic San Francisco Band. Some Of The Rest Is Self-Indulgent, But That's What This Era Of Music Was About — The Guitar Pyrotechnics Of "Song For Frisco" And "Play My Guitar" Make Them Both More Entertaining Than Their Somewhat Bland Melodies; The Latter Song, In Particular, Sounds Like A Marty Balin/Jefferson Airplane Outtake That Would Have Been Right On Target About Four Years Before The Release Date Of This Album. The Whole Record Feels That Way, A Throwback To The Psychedelic Era Circa Late 1967. It's Also Very Much A Folk-Rock Record, With A Rich Acoustic Guitar Texture On Many Of The Songs." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Quicksilver
New - LP - SW 819
Sealed 1971 Recording, Label Variation Unknown. Slight Crease On Front Cover At Upper Right. COH. "One Of The Group's Better Albums, Despite Coming So Late In Their History That It Was Ignored By Almost Everyone. "Hope," "Fire Brothers," And "Don't Cry For My Lady Love" Are Among The Best Songs The Group Ever Cut, And "I Found Love" Is One Of The Prettiest, Most Upbeat Songs Ever To Come From Any Classic San Francisco Band. Some Of The Rest Is Self-Indulgent, But That's What This Era Of Music Was About — The Guitar Pyrotechnics Of "Song For Frisco" And "Play My Guitar" Make Them Both More Entertaining Than Their Somewhat Bland Melodies; The Latter Song, In Particular, Sounds Like A Marty Balin/Jefferson Airplane Outtake That Would Have Been Right On Target About Four Years Before The Release Date Of This Album. The Whole Record Feels That Way, A Throwback To The Psychedelic Era Circa Late 1967. It's Also Very Much A Folk-Rock Record, With A Rich Acoustic Guitar Texture On Many Of The Songs." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Quicksilver
New - LP - SN 16091
Sealed 2nd Issue Of Their 1971 Album. "One Of The Group's Better Albums, Despite Coming So Late In Their History That It Was Ignored By Almost Everyone. "Hope," "Fire Brothers," And "Don't Cry For My Lady Love" Are Among The Best Songs The Group Ever Cut, And "I Found Love" Is One Of The Prettiest, Most Upbeat Songs Ever To Come From Any Classic San Francisco Band. Some Of The Rest Is Self-Indulgent, But That's What This Era Of Music Was About — The Guitar Pyrotechnics Of "Song For Frisco" And "Play My Guitar" Make Them Both More Entertaining Than Their Somewhat Bland Melodies; The Latter Song, In Particular, Sounds Like A Marty Balin/Jefferson Airplane Outtake That Would Have Been Right On Target About Four Years Before The Release Date Of This Album. The Whole Record Feels That Way, A Throwback To The Psychedelic Era Circa Late 1967. It's Also Very Much A Folk-Rock Record, With A Rich Acoustic Guitar Texture On Many Of The Songs." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Used - LP - ST 2904
Beautiful 1969 Green Label Stereo Original,Silver Foil Cover. Appears Unplayed. more
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Used - LP - ST 2904
Beautiful 1968 Rainbow Label Stereo Original Still In Shrink Wrap. LP Appears Unplayed. “Quicksilver Messenger Service's Debut Effort Was A Little More Restrained And Folky Than Some Listeners Had Expected, Given Their Reputation For Stretching Out In Concert. While Some Prefer The Mostly Live Happy Trails, This Self-Titled Collection Is Inarguably Their Strongest Set Of Studio Material, With The Accent On Melodic Folk-Rock. Highlights Include Their Cover Of Folksinger Hamilton Camp's "Pride Of Man," Probably Their Best Studio Track; "Light Your Windows," Probably The Group's Best Original Composition; And Founding Member Dino Valenti's "Dino's Song" (Valenti Himself Was In Jail When The Album Was Recorded). "Gold And Silver" Is Their Best Instrumental Jam, And The 12-Minute "The Fool" Reflects Some Of The Best And Worst Traits Of The Psychedelic Era.” Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide. more
Shady Grove
Used - LP - SKAO 391
Beautiful 1969 Green Label With Purple Logo, Thick Vinyl, Gatefold Original. Crisp Corners, Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Shady Grove
Used - LP - SKAO 391
Stunning 1969 Green Label, Thick Vinyl, Gatefold Original. Crisp Corners. Appears Unplayed. more
What About Me
Used - LP - SMAS 630
Beautiful 1970 Green Label Gatefold Original. more

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