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Trucking Man - Moby Grape - Moby Grape 69 (CD, Album)

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  1. Dec 19,  · November The bulk of Moby Grape 69 was recorded in California, sans Skip. 3. Late November Skip was released from Bellevue Hospital, drove his cycle to Nashville, and recorded Oar in two sessions.

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  2. Moby Grape '69 () 's Moby Grape '69 find the band, after the exit of Skip Spence, in a better frame of mind and eager to get back to playing straightforward rock and roll for as long as they are allowed, and they certainly seem to be getting back into the groove on this album.

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  3. #!/album/alb With Spence's precipitous exit, the Grape carried on, recording 'Moby Grape '69' as a foursome. The album was a solid return to form, and it was highlighted by three exceptionally strong Bob Mosley contributions, the ballad "It's a Beautiful Day Today" and the hard rockers "Hoochie" and "Trucking Man.".

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  4. The reality is that their third album, Moby Grape ’69, was an unrecognized forerunner of the nascent West Coast country-rock movement, not to mention a record full of the heady harmonies, rich guitar lines, and sharp songwriting that had defined the band from the start. And in concert they could still leave the stage in cinders on a good night.

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  5. Moby Grape '69 demonstrated traits heretofore unnoticed: vibrant shades of doo-wop on "Ooh Mama Ooh" and wheeler, freeway-cruising, redneck-rock on "Trucking Man." Although Skip Spence had departed, his blistering song "Seeing" sounds like a preview of Oar, his landmark solo album.

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  6. Moby Grape Live is a album, released by Sundazed Records, of previously unissued live recordings of the band Moby Grape. Included are recordings of the band in its prime in and , as well as recordings, subsequent to the collapse and departure of .

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  7. The Moby Grape 69 was released on CD in , and includes some out-takes and demo's. This is a great album for collectors of 's music. - Allan J Moore. Vinyl History's vast repositority of useless factoids. Bob Mosley left the band to join the Marines after this album. Mosley completed basic training, but not his full tour of duty.

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  8. Mar 12,  · Moby Grape '69 is the third album by the psychedelic rock band Moby Grape. It is the first album after the departure of co-founder Skip Spence. Spence nonetheless is heard on one song, "Seeing", presumably from the Wow/Grape Jam sessions, and positioned as the final song on Moby Grape '

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