Here is finally Vol.2 of the Moscheles PC's from the Hyperion "Romantic Piano Concerto" series.
Vol.1 and Vol.3 you can find here too, @mininova:
Moscheles - Piano Concertos 2 & 3 - The Romantic Piano Concerto #29
Moscheles - Piano Concertos 4 & 5 - The Romantic Piano Concerto #36
If you are missing Moscheles No.8, you are quite right. There is (or schould be) a No.8, but the orchestral material can't be found, there is only the solo piano part present.
In the booklet of Vol.3 the "Producer" asks us all for help finding it (if we can) ... do you know where it is? ???
The continuation of our survey of Moscheles piano concertos brings us to three works which have never been recorded before. The 1st Concerto, written in 1819, is a very Mozartean affair; though the young composer had become a friend of Beethoven it seems the example of that composer's last three concertos hadn't been followed, instead we have a work full of charm, grace and untroubled lyrical melody.
For his final three concertos ( 6,7 & 8 ) Moscheles broke away from the traditional three-movement structure and produced works that presage Liszt in their combination of fast and slow movements in one structure. These works, written in London in the 1830's, show that at that time Moscheles, later regarded as a traditionalist, was then at the forefront of the developing Romantic movement in music. The lessons of Beethoven, so absent in his first concerto, are now clearly learned.
(Hyperion product page)