Moby Grape "Grape Jam"Greatest Hits" Columbia MGS 1 <360> 2 eye labelMoby Grape "Grape Jam" Greatest Hits" Columbia MGS 1 2 eye label Special Tk'sgiv'n 25% off+ free ship! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanksgiving Special 25% off all my non classical albums PLUS FREE SHIPPIN...27.00
Moby Grape "Grape Jam" Greatest Hits" Columbia MGS 1 2 eye label Special Tk'sgiv'n 25% off+ free ship!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanksgiving Special 25% off all my non classical albums PLUS FREE SHIPPING in the CONUS. Click on my "more from this seller----->" to see my complete list.
Let me know what you want and I will make a special discounted listing. TODAY 11-27 only.My apologies but didn't have time to list this sale on Fri as I had intended.
Wow/Grape Jam is the second album by the rock band Moby Grape, released in 1968. It is different from most double album releases in that it was released as two different albums in separate covers, but packaged together and sold for only one dollar more than price of a single LP.
Wow originally had a color gatefold sleeve, while Grape Jam had a color non-gatefold cover. This was Moby Grape's highest charting release in the U.S., peaking at #20 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
Grape Jam has been criticized for its rather loose and mostly improvised performances which contrast sharply with the heavily produced material on Wow. However Grape Jam is also notable in that it features guest appearances on piano by Al Kooper and Mike Bloomfield. This studio album was recorded in New York City in January and February 1968. Skip Spence plays guitar on "Never" and piano on "Boysenberry Jam". Peter Lewis does not appear on this album. "The Lake" is a strange combination of poetry submitted by a fan (Michael Hayworth, the winner of a KFRC San Francisco songwriting contest) and avant-garde psychedelic Musique concrète sound effects somewhat like side four of Freak Out! or "Revolution 9". The opening track "Never" is the best known song and has often been cited as the source for Led Zeppelin's song "Since I've Been Loving You", the opening lyrics, bluesy arrangement and some melodic elements are virtually identical. The album was the inspiration for a number of other studio "jam" albums during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later examples of this trend included Al Kooper's Super Session and the 3rd LP of George Harrison's All Things Must Pass.
From a nice big batch of all types of music that I recently acquired from an audiophile.All discs in this collection have been closely inspected! All my albums are stored in a humidity/temperature controlled room. Will combine shipping.There are no scratches on this LP,not even little ones!
Please click ☞ more from this seller I have several hundred albums for sale!
Buy multiple records and I will ship for discounted rates to Cont'l. US only or Worldwide. Typical Media rates are $6 for 1 LP and Priority rates are $8 for 1 LP. To all my International friends,please shoot me a list of LP's you want and I will weigh/get actual shipping charges for you. No charge for PayPal. Thanks for looking!
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