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Skip Spence, in black trench coat at right, hangs out at T&P Liquors where he begs for change during early March 1994 in Downtown San Jose, Calif. Skip Spencer was once the drummer from Jefferson Airplane and the leader of the influential band Moby Grape. At age 21 Spencer had a nervous breakdown and spent the next three decades in and out of mental institutions and half way houses. In the 1960s Spence, who was often called Spencer, was friends with many in the San Francisco rock scene including Janis Joplin.
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Jeremy Hogan Š 2008
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Skip Spence, in black trench coat at right, hangs out at T&P Liquors where he begs for change during early March 1994 in Downtown San Jose, Calif. Skip Spencer was once the drummer from Jefferson Airplane and the leader of the influential band Moby Grape. At age 21 Spencer had a nervous breakdown and spent the next three decades in and out of mental institutions and half way houses. In the 1960s Spence, who was often called Spencer, was friends with many in the San Francisco rock scene including Janis Joplin.