Moby Grape By Moby Grape

The cover of Moby Grape’s 1967 self-titled first album “Moby Grape” was shot in front of Junktiques, an antique store on the main drag in Fairfax, California by Jim Marshall. The album peaked at #24 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in September 1967.

On the original release, the drummer, Don Stevenson is shown “giving the finger on the washboard.

Album Tracks

Side One:
Hey Grandma
Mr. Blues
Fall on You
Come in the Morning
Naked, If I Want To

Side Two:
Ain’t No Use
Sitting by the Window
Lazy Me


Peter Lewis – rhythm guitar, vocals
Jerry Miller – lead guitar, vocals
Bob Mosley – bass, vocals
Skip Spence – rhythm guitar, vocals
Don Stevenson – drums, vocals


Moby Grape Discography

1967 – Moby Grape
1968 – Wow/Grape Jam
1969 – Moby Grape ’69
1969 – Truly Fine Citizen
1971 – 20 Granite Creek
1984 – Moby Grape ’84
1989 – Legendary Grape

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Fairfax CA 94930