Moby Grape 1967-2009 Complete Discography

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  1967 - Moby Grape (sterio)
  1968 - Grape Jam (Expanded)
  1968 - Wow (Expanded)
  1969 - Moby Grape '69 (Expanded)
  1969 - Oar (Skip Spence)
  1969 - Truly Fine Citizen (Expanded)
  1971 - 20 Granite Creek
  1971 - Great Grape
  1972 - Bob Mosley
  1972 - Omaha
  1976 - Fine Wine
  1978 - Live Grape
  1984 - Moby Grape '84 (The Heart Album)
  1986 - Murder In My Heart
  1986 - Wine & Roses (Bob Mosley)
  1988 - Melvilles Demos (Grape Reunion)
  1989 - Legendary Grape
  1989 - Wow-Grape Jam (San Francisco Sound)
  1991 - Oar (remixed Sony CD)
  1993 - Vintage (The Very Best of Moby Grape)
  1995 - Peter Lewis
  1996 - Dark Magic
  1996 - Fall on Amsterdam
  1999 - Oar (Sundazed reissue)
  2003 - Crosstalk (The Best of Moby Grape)
  2007 - Listen My Friends!
  2009 - The Place and The Time


Complete Albums of Moby Grape 1967-2009


Moby Grape

Yet another unjustly forgotten 60s group. This is a weird story all around. Skip Spence, a budding singer-songwriter, was recruited by the

Jefferson Airplane to play drums (!) in their original lineup. He cut one record with them and quit in mid-1966, at which point he and the

Airplane's manager hatched a scheme of forming a new band in the same mold. Like the Airplane, Byrds, and Buffalo Springfield, the new

group was to be a harmonizing alliance of singer-songwriters with a fan following of rebellious teenage girls. And like those groups, Moby

Grape was to go within just a few months from initial rehearsals to full-blown recording sessions.

The plan almost worked: Spence landed four talented songwriters, all from the West Coast and all with extensive gigging credentials. The

group's first album was a careful blend of compositions by all five band members. Released within weeks of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club

Band, it was full of trendy pseudo-psychedelic two-minute pop songs. At this point, however, everything fell apart. The record company's

efforts to hype the album's release (e.g., foolishly releasing five debut singles at once) were a total flop. The same week, three of the band

members were busted for drug possession and (ahem) contributing to the delinquency of minors. The album's cover photo had to be modified

when someone noticed that it showed a band member flashing a finger.

And so on. Things got worse and worse, with the group falling out with its manager, its performances deteriorating, and Spence consuming

enough hallucinogenics to kill a stadium full of Deadheads. In early '68 Spence flipped out completely, running amok with a fire axe and

landing in Bellevue for six months (!), which needless to say weakened the group's second album. The Grape cut a third album without him,

and later a bizarre country-western fourth album with only three of the original band members, but the spark - and opportunity to cash in

on the nation's Summer of Love cultural detour - was gone forever. Nonetheless, Spence cut a solo record in 1969; the other members

released their own solo records throughout the 70s, 80s, and 90s; and various combinations of the five founders have regrouped to cut no

less than four reunion records, all of them hard to get except by mail order - I've listed them, but omitted most of the solo records.

I've only seen the band's first album on CD - the others can be had for a price, I'm told. But there's a good, nationally-released two-disk

compilation (Vintage) that includes all the stuff from their regular records you'll want to hear, plus a pile of pretty good bonus tracks. It's

also got endless liner notes, which explains why I know way too much about these guys.

There used to be a full-blown, non-commerical Moby Grape web site with lyrics, photos, a really good discography, etc., but it has

disappeared and I can't find anything comparable to it. (JA)

Lineup: Peter Lewis (guitar, vocals); Jerry Miller (lead guitar, some vocals); Bob Mosley (bass, vocals); Skip Spence (guitar, vocals); Don

Stevenson (drums). Spence died of multiple medical problems, April 1999.

Heres The 27 albums i found for this complete Discography


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In all the years of downloading torrents, this Moby Grape discography is easiy the greatest torrents I have ever downloaded, and maybe the best download I have EVER acquired! Thank you!!!! Nice work.
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anonymous • 28 Jun 2012, 19:15 Show comment
hey slick. I enjoyed your background story of Moby Grape. I'm pretty young, and didn't know any of that. I also wanted to let you know that I recently found and purchased their debut on vinyl from a used book store, so they're still out there! Best $4.99 I ever spent.
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