Biography

Bob Mosley (born James Robert Mosley, December 4, 1942, in Paradise Valley, California) is principally known as the bass player and one of the songwriters and vocalists for the band Moby Grape. One of his best-known songs is “Mr. Blues”, from the eponymous Moby Grape album,released in 1967. He has had a varied career, including a period in 1977 playing with Neil Young in a band called The Ducks, which had a brief life and lamented demise.

His most recent solo release is True Blue, released on the Taxim label in 2005.

Solo Discography:
Bob Mosley (1972)
Never Dreamed (1974)
Mosley Grape Live at Indigo Ranch (1989)
True Blue (2005)

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