West Coast rockers Fine Wine reunited guitarist Jerry Miller and bassist Bob Mosley, who previously teamed as founding members of the legendary San Francisco band Moby Grape. After the Grape dissolved for the second time in 1971, Miller and Mosley continued touring as Fine Wine, recruiting singer/guitarist Michael Been (an alumnus of late-period H.P. Lovecraft as well as the frontman of his own project the Original Haze) and session drummer John Craviotto. After several years of touring, Fine Wine signed to Polydor, with their self-titled 1976 debut appearing only in Germany; the group split soon after, with Miller and Mosley rejoining the Moby Grape fold while Been later enjoyed success fronting the Call.
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