Who Do You Love - Part 1 - Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails (CD, Album)

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  • rows · Watch the video for Who Do You Love, Part 1 from Quicksilver Messenger .
  • The first is based around Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love" and aims to transform the song into a complex suite through the used of four of the band's own compositions, titled "When You Love", "Where You Love", "Which Do You Love" and "How You Love". This part of "Happy Trails" is the album's weak link, however, because too often the passion needed to sustain the epic /5().
  • Who Do You Love Suite: A1: Who Do You Love - Part 1 Written-By – Ellis McDaniel* A2: When You Love Written-By – Gary Duncan: A3: Where You Love Written-By – Fillmore Audience, Quicksilver Messenger Service: A4: How You Love Written-By – John Cipollina: A5: Which Do You Love Written-By – David Freiberg: A6: Who Do You Love - Part 2 /5(47).
  • Jun 05,  · Who Do You Love Suite () Aa: Who Do You Love - Part 1 Written-By – Ellis McDaniels* Ab: When You Love Written-By – Gary Duncan: Ac: Where You Love Written By – Fillmore Audience Written-By – Greg Elmore, Quicksilver* Ad: How You Love Written-By – John Cipollina: Ae: Which Do You Love Written-By – David /5().
  • referencing Happy Trails, CD, Album, RE, CDP 7 2 While I love Cippolina as a guitar player, this album is painful to listen to and sounds like basically the same three chord Bo Diddley song for 45 minutes with some feedback noise in there as well.
  • Nov 25,  · Label: Purple Pyramid - CLO • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK, Europe & US • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails Live (, CD) | Discogs.
  • Quite possible, that Quicksilver Messenger Service's 'Happy Trails' is their best-known album. Could not get enough of the six-part twenty-five minute epic "Who Do You Love / When You Love / Where You Love / How You Love / Which Do You Love / Who Do You Love - Part 2", the ass-kicking Ellis McDaniel's "Mona" (that apparently became a staple 5/5(11).
  • Apr 17,  · While I love Cippolina as a guitar player, this album is painful to listen to and sounds like basically the same three chord Bo Diddley song for 45 minutes with some feedback noise in there as well. Partially live / Very few vocals.4/5(26).

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