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Moby Grape, Moby Grape - What a beautiful mess Moby Grape were, and what an amazing noise they made on their debut album, a stunning artifact of San Francisco rock at its '67 peak. Jerry Miller, Peter Lewis, Don Stevenson, Bob Mosley and Skip Spence all sang like demons and wrote crisp pop songs packed with lysergic country-blues excitement. And the band's three guitarists — Miller, Spence and Lewis — created a network of lightning that made songs such as "Omaha" and "Changes" shine and…

Moby Grape, Moby Grape - What a beautiful mess Moby Grape were, and what an amazing noise they made on their debut album, a stunning artifact of San Francisco rock at its '67 peak. Jerry Miller, Peter Lewis, Don Stevenson, Bob Mosley and Skip Spence all sang like demons and wrote crisp pop songs packed with lysergic country-blues excitement. And the band's three guitarists — Miller, Spence and Lewis — created a network of lightning that made songs such as "Omaha" and "Changes" shine and…

Watch full Unsung Episode: Sly & the Family Stone | SoulTracks - Soul Music Biographies, News and Reviews.

Watch full Unsung Episode: Sly & the Family Stone | SoulTracks - Soul Music Biographies, News and Reviews.

Al Green, 'Call Me' - By the time they recorded the graceful, almost perfectly rendered Call Me, Green and producer Willie Mitchell could do little wrong. To hammer that home, Green showed he could rival Ray Charles as an interpreter of country songs on the killer downtempo cover of Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry."

Al Green, 'Call Me' - By the time they recorded the graceful, almost perfectly rendered Call Me, Green and producer Willie Mitchell could do little wrong. To hammer that home, Green showed he could rival Ray Charles as an interpreter of country songs on the killer downtempo cover of Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry."

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Kick Out The Jams | MC5 (Live on Detroit Tube Works 1970)

Kick Out The Jams | MC5 (Live on Detroit Tube Works 1970)

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