Added "Triangle" to my list. Funny that the follow up is called "Bradley's Barn"- assuming that's their post-psych back-to-the-roots album, right on cue for 1968? Might be worth getting a best of comp of them too.
Don't think I've ever heard any live recordings w/ Dino. "Happy Trails" and the live stuff on "Lost Gold & Silver" is all the live Quicksilver I need. Know they have a few popular bootlegs but I've never bothered w/ any of them.
Are you considering "Grape Jam" to be one of those first 5 Moby Grape albums? Because that's the most pathetic set of jams I've ever heard and the fact that Mike Bloomfield is featured ON PIANO almost makes me think the record was a big "#### you" to their fans. Listed on RYM as an album, even though it's barely over 1/2 an hour (and is included on the CD reissue of "Wow"). I was also disappointed in "20 Granite Creek" but the debut, "Wow" and "'69" are all great albums IMO. Also some nice rarities on comps like "Vintage" and "The Place & The Time" (the latter is 2-discs and supposed to be all unreleased but the version of "Changes" is obviously the album cut w/ a dubbed audience which is always lame- still a really cool collection though)
Oh yeah I knew that about Sly producing "Laugh Laugh". He's a local celebrity- started as a DJ right here in SF for KSOL (which actually still exists though it's a Spanish language station now). A friend of mine hung out w/ his daughter. So yeah, he's always been part of the scene. I mainly just made it ambivalent as an excuse to make that lame joke (even if The Family Stone's sound wasn't exactly "typical" of what most folks associate w/ The SF Sound)