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  1. Jan 07,  · Quicksilver Messenger Service: Happy Trails additions and adaptations of ‘Who Do You Love,’ by Do Diddley. Quicksilver moves from ‘Who Do You Love, When Do You Love, Where Do Yo Love, How Do You Love, Which Do You Love, and finally finishing with Part 2 of ‘Who Do You Love,’ to tie it all together. This is by far the best and /5(31).
  2. Happy Trails is the second album of the American band Quicksilver Messenger chartgenie.netinfo of the album was recorded from two performances at the Fillmore East and Fillmore West, although it is not clear which parts were recorded at which chartgenie.netinfo record was released by Capitol Records in chartgenie.netinfo: Psychedelic rock, acid rock.
  3. Nov 04,  · Discogs で Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails に関するリリース with various extensions, additions and adaptations of ‘Who Do You Love,’ by Do Diddley. Quicksilver moves from ‘Who Do You Love, When Do You Love, Where Do Yo Love, How Do You Love, Which Do You Love, and finally finishing with Part 2 of ‘Who Do You /5().
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  5. Listen free to Quicksilver Messenger Service – Happy Trails (Who Do You Love, Part 1, When You Love and more). 10 tracks (). Happy Trails is the second album of the American band Quicksilver Messenger Service. Happy Trails consists mainly of a performance cover of Bo Diddley's - aka Ellas McDaniel - "Who Do You Love?" spread out over 25 minutes.
  6. Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails Album Lyrics; 1. Calvary: 2. Happy Trails: 3. Happy Trials: 4. How You Love: 5. Maiden of the Cancer Moon: 6. Mona: 7. When You Love: 8. Where You Love: 9. Which Do You Love: Who Do You Love (Part 1) Who Do You Love (Part 2) Who Do You Love, Part 1: Who Do You Love, Part 2: Who Do.
  7. Without question, this follow-up to Quicksilver Messenger Service's self-titled debut release is the most accurate in portraying the band on vinyl in the same light as the group's critically and enthusiastically acclaimed live performances. The album is essentially centered around the extended reworkings of Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love?" and "Mona," as well as the lesser 10/

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