Cam Cobb

The Moby Grape Story

What’s big and purple and lives in the Ocean?

Englische Originalausgabe / Original English Edition.
320 Seiten mit ca. 40 Fotos.
Klappenbroschur 15 × 21,5 cm.

ISBN-10: 3-283-01285-7
ISBN-13: 978-3-283-01285-4
€ (D): 19,99
€ (A): 20,60
sFr.: 29.95
Lieferbar / Available

Moby Grape are a genuine cult phenomenon. Their story, a mixture of myth and truth, is a cautionary tale, a triumph, and a tragedy all at once. Though they are seen as a symbol of 1960s San Francisco, Moby Grape were never actually a part of the city’s counterculture movement. Yet they were immersed in it, sharing stages with the likes of Aretha Franklin, Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone, and many more. Moby Grape’s five members came together from very different backgrounds, bursting onto the San Francisco scene in the fall of 1966. With their diverse pedigree, they were nothing less than musical alchemists, yet they were also rebels. Their blending of genres within a tight songwriting framework contrasted sharply with that of many of their SF peers.

Moby Grape heralded by countless luminaries of rock music and rock criticism, from Robert Plant to Robert Christgau, Tom Waits to Greil Marcus.