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Soon after Dino's return so does Gary Duncan and a new stage is set on the QMS story.
The new version goes on the road early in 70. A series of shows begins with the New Look QMS
The transformation is complete and QMS begins another change in it's history
Quicksilver Messenger Service
March 21, 1970
Los Angeles, California
01 [06:12] Fresh Air
02 [03:25] Warm Red Wine
03 [00:31] talk
04 [03:35] Subway
05 [03:32] Too Far
06 [08:27] The Truth
07 [11:26] Mona [cuts in at beginning of song]
08 [09:26] Rain
01 [09:17] Mojo
02 [07:23] Edward The Mad Shirt Grinder
03 [01:58] encore break
04 [24:59] Who Do You Love?
05 [00:23] final thanks and applause
John Cipollina - guitar
Gary Duncan - guitar, vocals
Greg Elmore - drums
David Freiberg - bass, vocals
Nicky Hopkins - piano
Dino Valenti - vocals, rhythm guitar, congas