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Published on Jul 21, 2009
From the lost album, Grape Jam, this is an extraordinary gem from 1968, featuring the blue eyed soul voice of Bob Mosley and the exquisite guitar work of Jerry Miller. He was 25 when we did this piece (later ripped-off by Led Zeppelin as 'Since I've Been Loving You'), and signaled the start of his mental decline. Within a year he would abruptly leave the band to join the Marines, only to be discharged 9 months later diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic. He was featured in a number of collaborations in the 70s including a Neil Young project, but by the mid-'90s he was homeless, sleeping under a freeway overpass in San Diego. Given his struggles, the last two lines in the song are especially poignant.
This is a simple crappy slide-show- forget it: turn off your screen, dim the lights and simply enjoy this deep journey.