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Tribal Stomp at the Avalon Ballroom, Feb 1967

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All items102785 of 103297Joshua Barnes CorkscrewsMoscoso's "Horns of Plenty", Avalon Ballroom, Summer of 1967
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This poster by Stanley Mouse, with a photograph of Big Brother's lead guitarist, James Gurley, at its center, is one of the most famous images from the late-60s San Francisco rock scene. Bob Seidemann took the photo for this show (FD-48) featuring the Avalon's de-facto house band, Big Brother and the Holding Company. On this occasion, Quicksilver Messenger Service was second bill and Oxford Circle opened.

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  1. packrat-place packrat-place, 3 years ago
    Love Quicksilver. The live version of "Who Do You Love", from the LP "Happy Trails" was a masterpiece, which was recorded at the Fillmore in 1968. I had the opportunity to see them perform in 1969.
    Great poster, and thanks for the memories.

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