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Page Artiste Mother Love Bone


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  • CD (22 septembre 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Cherry Red
  • ASIN : B0000AJ5S0
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
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Disque : 1

  1. This Is Shangrila
  2. Stardog Champion
  3. Holy Roller
  4. Bone China
  5. Come Bite The Apple
  6. Stargazer
  7. Heartshine
  8. Captain Hi-top
  9. Man Of Golden Words
  10. Capricorn Sister
  11. Gentle Groove
  12. Mr. Danny Boy
  13. Crown Of Thorns
  14. Lady Godiva Blues Special (7" Edit

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La ville de Seattle, a vu naitre quelques uns des grands musiciens de ces 20 derniéres années, outre Jimmy Hendrix plus ancien, NIRVANA, SOUNDGARDEN, et PEARL JAM . Ce dernier groupe ,fut créé sur les ruines de MOTHER LOVE BONE ( Gossart et Ament y ont sévi ); APPLE est le premier et seul album du combo de SEATTLE, qui sortira quelques mois après le décès par overdose du chanteur et leader charismatique A WOOD .
Cet album montre l'étendue du talent de ce groupe, et laissait présager un avenir radieux .....
La rage , et surtout l'émotion est présente sur toutes les chansons et ANDREW WOOD nous dévoile quelques facettes de son exentricité .
15 ans après la sortie de ce disque, la musique de MLB n'a pas pris une ride, et c'est toujours avec plaisir que je l'écoute ( très régulièrement ) .
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Plus j'écoute cet album, plus je suis convaincu d'une chose : ils auraient été le plus grand groupe de Grunge. On a ici des musiciens fondateurs du Grunge, qui le long d'un album donnent toutes leur lettre noblesse à ce style. A écouter, réécouter. Et allez voir Temple of the dog, Soundgarden et Pearl Jam...
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HASH(0x8fef88f4) étoiles sur 5 Still great 15 years later 9 avril 2005
Par Jerry Holmes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
i remember buying Apple in 1990 only a few weeks after the fatal heroin overdose of song writing genius Andrew Wood, it really is a shame, this band had it all, a charismatic lead singer, tight musicianship and what i believe to be the most inventive band name ever. There is no doubt in my mind, Mother Love Bone would have been just as, if not bigger then Pearl Jam(most likely because their albums would have been more accessible to the general public over later Pearl Jam releases). With touching ballads(Stargazer, Crown Of Thorns, Man Of Golden Words, Bone China) and flatout hard rockin' tunes(This Is Shangri-La, Captain Hi-Top, Heartshine, Come Bite The Apple), this band had the potential to be the next Queen or Led Zeppelin. Do yourself a favour, BUY THIS ALBUM, YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.
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HASH(0x8fef890c) étoiles sur 5 Im not a kid its just easy this way 28 janvier 2006
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
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OK first of all i'd like to make something clear to those who seem to think you can't like Mother Love Bone AND Pearl Jam - Both bands are absolutely stunning. Andy and Eddie were two completely different people and it doesn't detract from either band.

Now, I will say something that sums up Apple and Mother Love Bone as a whole - Special. There is no other way to describe it. Sometimes a band comes along and is just so incredibly different, beautiful. stunning and tons more superlatives that don't even begin to fully describe the talent here. There is something almost mystical about MLB. Firstly Andy Wood was destined to be a star. There are just some people that were put on earth to entertain and he was one of them. However, he was not here for simple shallow entertainment. One listen to Man of Golden Words or Bone China will tell you that.

And none of this so far has mentioned Crown of Thorns. If you can get hold of the Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns version you will be witnessing one of the most amazing songs ever written. Im sory if I sound naive and gushing here but there are no words to describe what this song does to me.
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HASH(0x8ff84270) étoiles sur 5 An album for the ages 20 mai 2005
Par Brad Stevens - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I picked this CD up about late 1992, when Pearl Jam was quickly on the rise and i continue to listen to it, to this day. Andy Wood was a total genius and could have been the Jim Morrison of this generation had he not died before his band had the chance to become huge, which they certainly would have. a truly underlooked classic and a MUST for fans of the Seattle Scene.
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HASH(0x8ff84498) étoiles sur 5 classic songs that are sadly, not recognized as the classics that they should be recognixed as 18 janvier 2009
Par Daniel Ferguson-Maltzman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In an alternative universe Mother Love Bone is a household name, praised by critics and recognized as one of the best bands of the 90s, and no one has ever heard the words "Pearl Jam" mentioned in that order. In this universe singer Andrew Wood was one of the biggest rock stars of the 1990s and he continues to enjoy his celebrity today....

Listening to "Apple" (1990) it's easy to ask, "what could have been?" If Andrew Wood hadn't died of a drug overdose, what would his status and the status of Mother Love Bone be today? What great music would they have gone on to record?

But alas, Mother Love Bone died along with Andrew Wood and one is left to speculate. What we are left with is just one album and an EP, the sole testaments of a great band.

While there are a fair amount of albums that weren't recognized in their day (like Love's "Forever Changes" or The Velvet Underground and Nico, both 1967) no album has been as criminally neglected as "Apple." While the album received and still receives good-to-glowing reviews and "Crown of Thorns" is considered a classic, the band and their music, have been, overall, greatly overlooked and under appreciated.

What exactly was the sound of this great band? Grunge, right? After all, Mother Love Bone was from Seattle and three of the band members (Ament, Gossard and Bruce Fairweather) were in the Green River (one of the pioneers of Seattle grunge) so "Apple" should have a total grungy sound, right? Well, not exactly.

Listening to Mother Love Bone and then comparing it with Mudhoney, it's clear that when Green River split, singer Mark Arm took the band's sound with him. Mudhoney was really just a continuation of Green River, with its distorted guitars and "fuzz" while Mother Love Bone had an entirely new sound.

Imagine crossing Led Zeppelin with Aerosmith and Jefferson Airplane, and that's pretty much what you get with Mother Love Bone--a totally retro, neo-psychedelic, hard rocking band with groove-laden bluesy riffs, killer solos with strong melodies. Andrew Wood, who could have been a love child of Janis Joplin and David Lee Roth, was a charismatic, gifted singer whose voice and words combined a paradoxical mixture of utopian happiness and lonely despair, sometimes in the same breath. This makes listening to "Apple" kind of a unique experience. In some ways it's a celebratory, happy album, and in others, it's a deeply sad one.

While only two members of MLB went on to play in Pearl Jam, if you listen to "Apple" and then "Ten" (1991) you can see the natural progression, how one seems to naturally follow the other. "Ten" may have, overall, better songs, but "Apple" has its strengths too.
While both albums are terrific and have a classic-rock feel, "Apple" seems to be a little more spontaneous, less slick, and certainly bluesier with stronger melodies. Stylistically, the sunny, hippie Wood is the polar opposite of the somber, baritone Vedder.

Songs like "This Is Shangrila," "Stardog Champion," "Holy Roller" "Stargazer," "Crown of Thorns" and "Come Bite the Apple," (in which Wood prophetically sings "my future was in my hands `till I washed it all away") rival anything from Aerosmith's "Rocks" (1974) and are classic songs that are sadly, not recognized as the classics that they should be recognixed as.

One can only guess what Mother Love Bone could have achived, but its frutless to contemplate. One thing is for sure though, Andrew Wood, Jeff Ament, Bruce Fairweather, Sone Gossard and Greg Gilmore left one great album, and that much is indisputable.
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HASH(0x8ffcb66c) étoiles sur 5 'let's fall in love with music the driving force in our living' 27 novembre 2009
Par Deven Gadula - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
To me Andrew Woods was the most charismatic, talented and promising epic rock ballad writer and vocalist not only coming out of Seattle but coming out of rock music in general. I know this sounds absolutely ridiculous and crazy. Unless you were a part of the 1990s grunge rock music movement you might have not even heard his name before. Andrew Woods became known pretty well in Seattle in 1998, when former members of a band called Green River, namely Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament and Bruce Fairweather formed a new band together with Greg Gilmore, and Andrew Woods who had closed his own prior creation, Malfunkshun. The band was called Mother Love Bone and became fairly well known in the area due mostly to Andrew Woods' glamorous on stage persona. His clothes were flamboyant and psychedelic and his act was interactive and breathtaking. After releasing an ep Shine in 1989 they have recorded this album Apple in 1990 but unfortunately a few days before the scheduled release of this music Andrew Woods overdosed on heroine, his longer term addiction. The music of this album has its own special mood but it could be characterized as a mixture of hard and grunge and glam rock with 4 beautiful epic rock ballads mixed within. All these ballads were written by Andrew Woods. Together with a couple of other great songs of faster and mixed tempo, Bone China and Stardog Champion written by Stone Gossard, these softer rock songs: Stargazer, Man Of Golden Words, Gentle Groove and Crown Of Thorns are my reason for writing this review, because these songs are what I love about this album. Andrew Woods wrote all lyrics for Mother Love Bone and besides being intensely powerful in their own special fragmented way they project certain poetic hazy dreamy quality accentuated by his spectacular way of singing. However, the 100 pound gorilla in the room is, to me, the absolute beauty of Andrew's voice. Imagine mixing 25% of each, Robert Plant's, Ian Astbury's, Marc Bolan's and David Coverdale's voice. We would be close but still not there. Adding the value of his voice to his style of singing and his perfect lyrics to showcase it all gives us some of the most beautiful rock ballads ever composed and performed. And they truly sound like songs copming out of the albums of Deep Pruple, Led Zeppelin, Rainbow or Black Sabbath, much more than Pearl Jam or Nirvana. I am sure that many people who like the harder sound love this album from a to z and might have a problem with my following sentence. However, if you happen not to care for hard sound that much but you love great rock ballads, how often do you get 4 to 5 (Bone China could be considered one as well) amazing epic ballad songs out on the debut album of a rock band? The answer to this question explains my beginning sentence of this review. This album Apple was released together with the Shine ep again in 1992 and you should probably purchase that copy, but this original release with this album cover is very dear to me personally.

Stardog Champion starts like it was coming out if the middle of some good Black Sabbath song, but its progression exchanges its hardness for the ambience of its chorus section where Andrew's vocals are being reinforced by a spectacular kids choir whose voices give this amazing song its one of the kind memorable ending.

Bone China has this Kashmir or When The Levee Breaks like Led Zeppelin quality to it and the fragments of lyrics Andrew so beautifully delivers here sketch a story details of which are unclear and unique for every one of us.

Stargazer is an amazing completely one of a kind love song with spectacular lyrics. To me this is one of those most special songs addressing a woman in a straight forward, honest, simple and beautiful way she can relate to because she usually cares so much for beauty. The progression of this song is slight but wonderful nevertheless. About 3.20 into it the most powerful section of this song comes on, just like the final moments of Stardog Champion took that song over the top. Stargazer, although quite different, reminds me of Deep Purple's Soldier Of Fortune, my most favorite rock ballad.

Man Of Golden Words is my the most favorite song of this album. This is a song expressing love towards music. I bet it is the most beautiful song of its kind ever written. The lyrics are phenomenal here: 'Let's fall in love with music, the driving force in our living, the only international language, divine glory, the expression, the knees bow the tongue confesses; the lord of lords, the kings of kings; words and music - my only tools, communication'. Has a greater tribute ever been paid and a better testimony delivered to our love for music? Andrew Woods has expressed my feelings here as well.

Gentle Groove is another great rock ballad written and sung in such a powerful way by this prolific artist. It is produced in an interesting way of the piano melody recorded loader than it is often the case and retaining the central stage throughout. I wonder what exactly Andrew was addressing here because I have this feeling that when he says: 'nobodies gonna change the way I feel for my love' this time he does not mean - a woman.

Crown Of Thorns is another spectacular song and I can completely understand that many can consider it the best song here. This song is a perfect companion to times when things do not work out really well. Oh Andy, I guess you know by now that your words: 'if you make it death well rest your soul away' should have been phrased quite differently... I am afraid there is no easy way out of here. Sometimes we wish things would be so simple but that simply defies the rules of this universe in which nothing is simple and everything has that cause and effect we just can't run away from. Nor should we want to because we direct and control our own lives in a much greater way than we often consider it possible. I have a feeling that if you were exposed to a different, more esoteric set of rules reigning over our lives, and kept in mind that you yourself were going to be evaluating your own life and setting conditions for the individual evolution of your soul - you would have less of a problem getting rid of your addiction. But you most likely know it all by now...and the life goes on... I do like the full version of Chloe Dancer/Crown Of Thorns but quite honestly I feel like these are 2 unrelated songs joined together (very nicely and are a pleasure to listen to in such way), but that the real power is contained in this main song.

Chris Cornell of Soundgarden who used to be Andrew's roommate conceived a tribute project by involving Andrew's former band members and others, including Eddie Vedder who was to become Stone Gossard's and Jeff Ament's music partner for years to come. The tribute project and the band got the name Temple Of The Dog (taken from the lyric of Man Of Golden Words). It is a spectacular self titled album from 1991, with a hauntingly beautiful song Hunger Strike. However, to me that song has much more in common with the next incarnation of Stone, Jeff, Eddie and additional band members. Pearl Jam was born shortly after Andrew Woods' departure from the visible world.
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