Quill was a Northeast United States rock band that played extensively throughout New England, New York and the mid-Atlantic states in the late 1960s and that gained national attention by performing at the original Woodstock Festival in 1969. The band was founded by two singer-songwriters and brothers from the Boston area, Jon and Dan Cole.
Despite this, Quill was still under contract with Cotillion to record another album, which they attempted to do despite the two members’ departure. During the last six months of the band, Quill experienced some member’s changes. Jeff Skunk Baxter, of Steely Dan fame, would play guitar for a short period of time, Ted Deane of The Holy Modal Rounders would play sax and local musician Jimmy Thompson would play guitar.
1995 studio album by The QuillThe QuillStudio album by The QuillReleasedMarch (reissue)RecordedBerno Studios, MalmöGenreStoner rock. 1995 studio album by The Quill. Studio album by. The Quill.
Sursum Corda is a music studio album recording by QUILL (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1977 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. I. First movement: (19:58) a) Floating b) Interlude c) The march of dreams d) The march of kings e) Storming the mountain f) Princess of the mountain g) Storming the mountain (part II) ~ Lift up your heart II.
For other uses, see Quill (disambiguation). Quills is a 2000 man period film directed by Philip Kaufman and adapted from the Obie award-winning play by Doug Wright, who also wrote the original screenplay. Inspired by the life and work of the Marquis de Sade, Quills re-imagines the last years of the Marquis's incarceration in the insane asylum at Charenton. The books being printed are the works of the Marquis de Sade. At the end of the tour, the new Abbé meets his predecessor, who resides in the Marquis' old cell. Yearning to write, he begs paper and a quill from the new Abbé, and tries to strangle Royer-Collard when he ventures to close the peephole.