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Anthology Box 1966-1970

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Disc 1 of 3
01
Dino's Song (Studio Outtake from the 1967 sessions)
3:20
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Studio Chat (from the 1967 sessions)
0:07
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Gold And Silver (Take 17) [Studio Outtake from the 1967 sessions]
2:39
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Light Your Windows (Studio Outtake from the 1967 sessions)
2:33
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Pride of Man (Studio Outtake from the 1967 sessions)
3:58
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I Hear You Knockin' (Studio Outtake from the 1967 sessions)
3:11
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Stand By Me (Take 1) [Studio Outtake from the 1967 sessions]
3:57
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Stand By Me (Take 2) [Studio Outtake from the 1967 sessions]
4:10
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The Fool (Studio Outtake from the 1967 sessions)
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Gold And Silver (Take 18) [Studio Outtake from the 1967 sessions]
2:55
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Calvary (Studio Outtake from the 1969 sessions)
13:26  
Disc 2 of 3
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Dino's Song (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
3:14
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Hair Like Sunshine (Long Distance Call) [Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966]
5:01
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If You Live (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
5:34
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All Night Worker (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
3:56
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Got My Mojo Workin' (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
4:24
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You Don't Love Me (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
2:40
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Susie Q (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
3:42
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Hoochie Coochie Man (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
5:15
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Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
4:35
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Stand By Me (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
4:23
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Pride of Man (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - May 11, 1966)
3:47
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I Hear You Knockin' (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - February 4, 1967)
3:52
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Acapulco Gold And Silver (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - February 4, 1967)
2:27
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Codine (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - February 4, 1967)
4:56
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Don't Tell Me You're Sorry (I Can't Believe It) [Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - February 4, 1967]
4:29
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A Strange, Funny World (Look Around) [Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - February 4, 1967]
2:57
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Walkin' Blues (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - February 4, 1967)
3:01
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Duncan and Brady (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - February 4, 1967)
3:13
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Who Do You Love? (Live at The Fillmore Auditorium - February 4, 1967)
6:17
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Disc 3 of 3
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Smoke Stack Lightning (Live at The Fillmore East - June 7, 1968)
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Light Your Windows (Live at The Fillmore East - June 7, 1968)
3:03
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Back Door Man (Live at The Fillmore East - June 7, 1968)
4:11
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The Fool (Live at Winterland 1970)
13:00  
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Too Far (Live at Winterland 1970)
3:13
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The Warm Red Wine (Live at Winterland 1970)
2:58
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Mona (Live at Winterland 1970)
8:28
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Long Haired Lady (Live at Winterland 1970)
3:03
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Mojo (Live at Winterland 1970)
3:22
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Subway (Live at The Old Mill Tavern - March 29, 1970)
6:01
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Rain (Live at The Old Mill Tavern - March 29, 1970)
5:52
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Blues Jam (Live at The Old Mill Tavern - March 29, 1970)
7:59
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 42   Total Length: 203:52

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Anthology Box 1966-1970 QUICKSILVER

Ritzbird

$27.68 in the U.K. All tracks on every album charged at full price.

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Quicksilver Anthology 1966-1970

forts

If you like Quicksilver you will love this. $4.40 for 42 tracks.

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Some Truly Psychedelic Gems

Summer67

\"The Fool\" in all its glory - twice; once live and once in the studio & a whole lot more :-) Quicksilver was an incredibly influential band amongst guitar players, having two of the best guitar players in San Francisco - Gary Duncan and John Cipollina. They affected players in the same way that Eddie Van Halen would in the 70s. Plus they understood psychedelia in ways that others could only copy. Awesome, groundbraking stuff here.