Mother Love Bone

Also known as MLB
Members of Mother Love Bone: Andrew Wood, Bruce Fairweather, Greg Gilmore, Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard

Discography of Mother Love Bone:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Mother Love Bone 17 Audio 1992 Mercury
2 Apple 12 Audio 1990 Polydor
3 Apple 11 Audio 1990 Polydor
4 Mother Love Bone 20 Audio 1992
5 Apple 13 Audio 1990 Polydor
6 Shine 5 Audio 1989 Stardog Records
7 Tribute To Andy Wood 35 Audio 1994 Live Storm
8 Stardog Champion 2 Audio 1990 PolyGram
9 This Is Shangrila 4 Audio 1990 PolyGram
10 Capricorn Sister 4 Audio 1992 Polydor
11 Stargazer 3 Audio 1993
12 Apple 13 Audio 1990 Polydor
13 Apple 12 Audio 1990 PolyGram
14 This Is Shangrila 2 Audio 1990 PolyGram
15 Apple 13 Audio 1990 Polydor
16 Apple 13 Audio 1990 Polydor
17 Mother Love Bone 20 Audio 1992
18 Mother Love Bone 17 Audio 1992
19 Stardog Champion 4 Audio 1992 Polydor
20 Seattle Scruffs 16 Audio 1993 Totonka
21 Seattle 1990/San Jose 1989 16 Audio 1994 Live Storm
22 Sister Ass 17 Audio 1994 Home Records
23 Mother Love Bone 19 Audio 2013-05-20 Music On Vinyl
24 Mother Love Bone 20 Audio 2013-05-16 Music On Vinyl
25 Mother Love Bone 20 Audio 1992
26 Apple 12 Audio 1990 Polydor
27 Rhapsody In Chartreuse 17 Audio 1990 Not On Label (Mother Love Bone)
28 Shine 5 Audio 1989 Stardog Records
29 Mother Love Bone 18 Audio 1992
30 In Memory Of Andy Wood - Words And Music: Communication # 1 15 Audio 1993 Why Not (3)
31 Hello Hometown 12 Audio 1993 Rocks
32 The Love Bone Earth Affair 3 Audio 1993 Polygram
33 Hold Your Head Up 4 Audio Not On Label (Mother Love Bone)
34 In Memory Of Andy Wood - Words And Music: Communication # 2 20 Audio 1993 Why Not (3)
35 Apple 11 Audio Not on Label
36 Apple 11 Audio 2014 Polydor
37 Shine On 11 Audio Ritual (2)
38 Shine 8 Audio 1989 Stardog Records


The band formed by Jeff Ament, Bruce Fairweather and Stone Gossard following [a=Green River] splitting up. They received a lot of attention in Seattle and the beginnings of international interest with the 'Shine' EP. However, as they prepared to release their major label, debut album, the 'Apple', lead singer Andrew Wood overdosed on heroin and died, leaving the band in tatters.

Stone and Jeff joined with [a=Soundgarden]'s Matt Cameron and Chris Cornell (Andy's roommate) to record the '[a=Temple Of The Dog]' tribute album, which also featured a young Eddie Vedder on some of the tracks. This led, in turn, to the formation of [a=Pearl Jam].


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