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Alexander "Skip" Spence was one of the key figures in developing the San Francisco Sound, while a member of Moby Grape and Jefferson Airplane in the 1960's. Songwriter, singer, and player of any instrument, his record, "Oar" was a milestone of the rock era. Spence played all the instruments, wrote all the songs, and produced it himself. It's songs have been covered by Robert Plant, Tom Waitts, Beck, and many others on "More Oar." Far flung influences have included "Seeing Things," A classical piece by composer, Christopher Rouse for pianist, Emmanuel Ax. It was premiered by the New York Philharmonic under Kurt Masur, and explores the similarities between the creative genius and disease of Robert Schumann and Skip Spence.

Skip Spence, Moby Grape

"Oar" (Spence in the Studio)
Rock Gallery

"Skip Spence"
Greeting Card

"Skip Spence"

"JPP Mc Step B Blues"

"Moby Grape"

Peter, Skip, Bob, Brian

Brian, Peter, Skip, Bob

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The following Gicleé prints are available:

5 x 7" * Greeting Cards

$2.50 ea / $20 box of 10**
Free shipping with 2 or more boxes

** Mix & Match any combo of 10

* Largest side varies

8 x 10 1/2" * Photo Paper

$24.95 Matted Print

18 x 24" * Poster Paper

$295 including shipping in the USA (Heavy Watercolor Paper)

18 x 24" * Real Stretched Canvas

$295 including shipping in the USA

Embellished prints available on request
(add $100)

Updated: January 23, 2005