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    James Robert "Bob" Mosley(born December 4, 1942, in San Diego, California) is principally known as the bass player and one of the songwriters and vocalists for the band Moby Grape. Some of his best-known songs with Moby Grape are "Mr. Blues", "Come In The Morning", and "Lazy Me" from the first Moby Grape album(1967),[1]and "Gypsy ...

  2. Moby Grape es un grupo de rock estadounidense de los años 60, conocidos por la colaboración de todos sus miembros en la composición, así como a la hora de cantar las canciones, 1 y que mezclaron elementos de diferentes estilos musicales como folk, blues, country y jazz, junto con el rock y la música psicodélica.

  3. Bob Mosley. Real Name: James Robert Mosley. Profile: Bob Mosley (born December 4, 1942, in Paradise Valley, California) is probably best known as the bass player and one of the songwriters and vocalists for the band Moby Grape, but he has also developed a career as a solo artist.

  4. 24 de jun. de 2020 · Publication date. 2020-06-24. Topics. Bob Mosley, Moby Grape, Hard Rock, Rock, Pop, 1972. Language. English. Singer/songwriter and bassist James Robert Mosley was born December 4, 1942, in Paradise Valley, CA, and spent his teens playing in a number of garage combos, including the Misfits, the Strangers, and the Frantics.

  5. 6 de jun. de 2022 · The four remaining members – Miller, Stevenson, Peter Lewis and Bob Mosley (Spence died in 1999) – have all shared this marathon struggle, bound by a belief in some kind of legal and karmic justice. They wanted what was rightfully theirs. “There may be some redemption to all this,” Lewis offers today.

  6. Spotify Amazon. blue highlight denotes track pick. Discover Bob Mosley by Bob Mosley released in 1972. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.