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  1. Signed by Atlantic, the band's debut "The Apple Pie Motherhood Band" teamed them with producer Felix Pappalardi (then hot from his work with Cream). Like most of their Bosstown compatriots, these guys weren't without talent, though the absence of a distinctive sound and standout lead singer didn't exactly help their cause.
  2. A sarcastic Demos comment resulted in the name Apple Pie Motherhood Band, and their self-titled debut LP followed in , preceded by the single "Long Live Apple Pie." The group relocated to Vermont to record the follow-up, adding lead vocalist Bruce Paine, guitarist Michael Sofraine, and harmonica player Adam Myers for Apple Pie.
  3. The Apple Pie Motherhood Band were a Boston-based aggregate combining a formative heavy blues base with equally earthy elements of psychedelia. With Atlantic Records staff producer Felix Pappalardi behind the console, the results were a reflection of the ever-changing pop/rock soundscape/5(4).
  4. Apple Pie () pulled double duty for the Boston-based Apple Pie Motherhood Band. It was both the follow-up to their self-titled debut as well as their swan song. By decades' end the combo consisted of founders Richard Barnaby (bass) -- now known as Dick Barnaby and also credited on bamboo flute, Jackie Bruno (drums), Ted Demos (guitar /5(4).
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  7. Apple Pie Motherhood Band was an American psychedelic rock band formed in Boston, Massachusetts, in One of the several groups involved in the "Bosstown Sound", a commercial ploy designed to compete with the San Francisco Sound, the band developed a blend of psychedelia, blues rock, and hard rock, which was exemplified and expanded upon on their two albums.
  8. The single “Long Live Apple Pie” was released before the LP. The Apple Pie Motherhood Band would relocate again, this time to Vermont. There, they recorded a follow-up album, and added Bruce Paine (lead vocals), Michael Sofraine (guitar), and Adam Myers (harmonica). The band landed some opening dates for the Jefferson Airplane, the.
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