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Moscoso's "Horns of Plenty", Avalon Ballroom, Summer of 1967

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All items181426 of 181936Tribal Stomp at the Avalon Ballroom, Feb 1967Quicksilver and Don Ellis at the Fillmore West, 6/70
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Posted 7 years ago


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If you can't read this, I'll tell you that it advertises a show (FD-68), or maybe two, at the Family Dog's Avalon Ballroom from 6/29-7/2/67. I think the lineup featured Quicksilver Messenger Service and Mount Rushmore on the first two nights, with Big Brother and the Holding Company and Blue Cheer playing the last two, but it may have been that Quicksilver and Big Brother played all four, with the other two bands dividing up opening-act duties two night each. That sounds right, but it's tough to tell from this gloriously psychedelic Victor Moscoso creation.

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