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Band has broken up. Final release, Cherry Alive (1995)
Eve's Plum were part of a wave of female-fronted alternative rock bands that flourished in the mid-1990s. Alas, few of them survived more than a couple of albums, and so it was with Eve's Plum. And yes, their name is a play on the name of the actress who played Jan on The Brady Bunch.
Recommended first album:
1993—Sony (U.S.)—BK 53070
Recommended for fans of alternative pop
Don Fleming—lead guitar, extra guitar
Roger Greenawalt, co-produced by Steve Boyer
Enjoyable alternarock with some driving, rocking tunes, some boppy tunes, some quieter ones. The lead singer has a strong voice. I enjoy listening to this but it's not quite distinctive enough to make its way into my player often. (Neile)
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