Quicksilver Messenger Service
Winterland, San Francisco, CA
Dec. 29th 1967

12/29/67 : MAR > R > 2C > CD > Plexwriter PX-W4824A extraction (EAC v0.9 beta 4) > editing (SF Studio 6.0) > sector boundary verification (shntool v1.01) > .shn encoding (mkwACT v0.97 beta 1). EAC > SHN by Joe Jupille (jjoops AT attbi DOT com)
WAV > CDR > WAV > EAC > FLAC by Tom Shyman (amellowsoul@happyhippie.com)

01. Bill Graham Intro -> Who Do You Love? [9:49] [0:57]
02. Codeine [5:41] [0:33]
03. /Gold & Silver [12:55] [0:58]
04. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You [5:03] [0:11]
05. /Walkin'// Blues [3#44] [0:10]
06. /Too Long [3:39]

jjoops Comments: - This is not an excellent recording by any stretch. Apparently the stated lineage is better than what is generally available. While I trust the person from whom it came not to misrepresent the lineage, I can't be sure that this is correct, either. In short, "caveat auditor". - Graham's intro: " [inaudible] of the San Francisco scene, and one of the very best anywhere, the Quicksilver Messenger Service." - The "Happy Chanukah" comment before Babe I'm Gonna Leave You gives strong credence to this date for this show, since 12/29/67 was indeed during Chanukah (http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal/). - There were lots of fairly loud pops in the source recording. I couldn't tell whether they were digital in nature. Wherever possible I tried to edit them out. There remain a good number of pops, clicks, static, etc. - This is a mono recording - Gold & Silver clips in - Walkin' Blues clips in, cut/splice @ 0:49 - Too Long clips in

amellowsoul Comments : As far as I am aware, the SHN version of this show never circulated according to Joe. Quite a few years ago, before I was able to SHN/FLAC, Joe was kind enough to send me an audio copy of this show. It was this audio copy is the one that I ran thru EAC and turned into FLAC. My many thanks to Joe for sharing this very rare QMS show.