Hi-Rez & CD Quality downloads of long-lost MONO mixes and other curiosa, meticulously restored from the best sources. Hendrix, The Who, Beatles, Love, Mothers, Stones, Them, The Dead, etc. Free for All!
Who? Retired sound engineer who loves music from the 60's & early 70's.
What? My aim is to make rare stuff publicly available again with the best possible sound quality.
WOW! Didn't know this even existed. Thank You!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for this post. This period of the band, reflected in their "Moby Grape '69" LP, was very underrated and a harbinger of country-rock.ReplyDelete
Whoa. Looking forward to hearing this, love me sum Grape. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Wow, this is a surprise, thank you! Keep them BBC sessions coming!!ReplyDelete
Thanks very much.ReplyDelete
Thanks for this!ReplyDelete
I'm probably one of the few out there that actually prefers "Moby Grape '69" over their first album. I listen to it a lot.ReplyDelete
Thanks for posting this
this is epic!ReplyDelete
Wow ... I did not see this one coming !!!
You're unstoppable Prof ...... ThanksReplyDelete
thank you so much! i've been looking for this complete set for quite awhile. Part of it was on the old "Long Gone" bootlegReplyDelete
i'm a little slow. How do I download this? I signed up for textuploader, but can't seem to figure out the next step. Help please.ReplyDelete
I thought WOW was going to be an original comment ... too late ... wow anyway!ReplyDelete
>i'm a little slow. How do I download this?ReplyDelete
New info added in top post on the frontpage.
Thanks for the Moby Grape! Much appreciated!ReplyDelete
Always loved the Grape. Thank you for this.ReplyDelete
Excellent - thank you very much.ReplyDelete
New to me. ThanksReplyDelete
Thank you -- another new one for me too!ReplyDelete
Thank You very much!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for this - I had no idea these recordings had survived. Wonderful!ReplyDelete
Prof you're the best. These are great recordings I would have never heard without your work. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much!ReplyDelete
Wonderful group, and I am sure your excellent work will do them more than justice.ReplyDelete
Hi Prof, just revisiting this post to let you know that the version of 'I Am Not Willing' from this session does in fact survive on a recording of 'Top Gear' from 16th March 1969 and can be found at the Peel Wiki site.ReplyDelete
Thanks, I'm on it.Delete
I've also just realised that one of the circulating copies of this session includes a much longer recording of 'Five To Eight', clocking in at about about 4:10, rather than cutting off at 2:30. This was circulated as part of a series of BBC session archive 'volumes' some years ago. The fidelty is perhaps lower than the 'cut off' version though.Delete
Thank you Professor, for this and all you do. The Grape continues to be vastly underrated, long may their freak flag waveReplyDelete
Ahhhhh, thank you!ReplyDelete