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Humble Pie

A showcase for former Small Faces' frontman Steve Marriott and one-time Herd guitar virtuoso Peter Frampton, the hard rock outfit Humble Pie formed in Essex, England in 1969. Also featuring ex-Spooky Tooth bassist Greg Ridley along with drummer Jerry Shirley, the fledgling group spent the first several months of its existence locked away in Marriott's Essex cottage, maintaining a relentless practice schedule. Signed to the Immediate label, Humble Pie soon issued their debut single "Natural Born Boogie," which hit the British Top Ten and paved the way for the group's premiere LP, As Safe as Yesterday Is.

After touring the U.S. in support of 1969's Town and Country, Humble Pie returned home only to discover that Immediate had declared bankruptcy. The band recruited a new manager, Dee Anthony, who helped land them a new deal with A&M; behind closed doors, Anthony encouraged Marriott to direct the group towards a harder-edged, grittier sound far removed from the acoustic melodies favored by Frampton. As Marriott's raw blues shouting began to dominate subsequent LPs like 1970's eponymous effort and 1971's Rock On, Frampton's role in the band he co-founded gradually diminished; finally, after a highly charged U.S. tour which yielded 1971's commercial breakthrough Performance: Rockin' the Fillmore, Frampton exited Humble Pie to embark on a solo career.

After enlisting former Colosseum guitarist Dave "Clem" Clempson to fill the void, Humble Pie grew even heavier for 1972's Smokin', their most successful album to date. However, while 1973's ambitious double studio/live set Eat It fell just shy of the Top Ten, its 1974 follow-up Thunderbox failed to crack the Top 40. After 1975's Street Rats reached only number 100 before disappearing from the charts, Humble Pie disbanded; while Shirley formed Natural Gas with Badfinger alum Joey Molland, and Clempson and Ridley teamed with Cozy Powell in Strange Brew, Marriott led Steve Marriott's All-Stars before joining a reunited Small Faces in 1977.

In 1980, Marriott and Shirley re-formed Humble Pie with ex-Jeff Beck Group vocalist Bobby Tench and bassist Anthony Jones. After a pair of LPs, 1980's On to Victory and the following year's Go for the Throat, the group mounted a troubled tour of America: after one injury-related interruption brought on when Marriott mangled his hand in a hotel door, the schedule was again derailed when the frontman fell victim to an ulcer. Soon, Humble Pie again dissolved; while Shirley joined Fastway, Marriott went into seclusion. At the dawn of the 1990s, he and Frampton made tentative plans to begin working together once more, but on April 20, 1991, Marriott died in the fire which destroyed his 16th century Arkesden cottage. He was 44 years old. ~ Jason Ankeny
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Selected Discography

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Track List: On To Victory / Go For The Throat

1. Fool For A Pretty Face

2. You Soppy Pratt

3. Infatuation

4. Take It From Here

5. Savin' It

6. Baby Don't You Do It

7. Get It In The End

8. My Lover's Prayer

10. Over You

11. All Shook Up

12. Teenage Anxiety

13. Tin Soldier

14. Keep It On The Island

15. Driver

16. Restless Blood

17. Go For The Throat

18. Lottie And The Charcoal Queen

19. Chip Away The Stone

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Track List: Home And Away

Disc 1

1. Natural Born Bugie

2. Wrist Job

3. Desperation

4. Stick Shift

5. Buttermilk Boy

6. Growing Closer

7. As Safe As Yesterday Is

8. Bang?

9. Alabama 69

10. I'll Go Alone

11. A Nifty Little Number Like You

12. What You Will

13. Greg's Song

Disc 2

1. Take Me Back

2. The Sad Bag Of Shaky Jake

3. The Light Of Love

4. Cold Lady

5. Down Home Again

6. Ollie Ollie

7. Every Mothers Son

8. Heartbeat

10. Silver Tongue

11. Home And Away

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Track List: Live At The Whisky A Go Go '69

3. Hallelujah I Love Her So (Live)

5. I Walk On Gilded Splinters (Live)

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Track List: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: Best Of Humble Pie

1. Natural Born Woman(Natural Born Boogie)

2. Big Black Dog

3. Stone Cold Fever

4. Shine On

5. Rollin' Stone

6. Four Day Creep

7. C'mon Everybody

8. Hot 'N' Nasty

9. 30 Days In The Hole

10. Black Coffee

11. Ninty-Nine Pounds

12. I Don't Need No Doctor (Live)

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Track List: The Immediate Years

Disc 1

1. Natural Born Bugie

2. Wrist Job

3. Desperation

4. Stick Shift

5. Buttermilk Boy

6. Growing Closer

7. As Safe As Yesterday Is

8. Bang?

9. Alabama 69

10. I'll Go Alone

11. A Nifty Little Number Like You

12. What You Will

13. Greg's Song

Disc 2

1. Take Me Back

2. The Sad Bag Of Shaky Jake

3. The Light Of Love

4. Cold Lady

5. Down Home Again

6. Ollie Ollie

7. Every Mothers Son

8. Heartbeat

9. Only You Can See

10. Silver Tongue

11. Home And Away

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Track List: Thunderbox

1. Thunderbox

2. Groovin' With Jesus

3. I Can't Stand The Rain

4. Anna (Go To Him)

5. No Way

6. Rally With Ali

7. Don't Worry, Be Happy

8. Ninety-Nine Pounds

9. Every Single Day

10. No Money Down

11. Drift Away

12. Oh La-De-Da

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Track List: Eat It

1. Get Down To It

2. Good Booze And Bad Women

3. Is It For Love

4. Drugstore Cowboy

5. Black Coffee

6. I Believe To My Soul

7. Shut Up And Don't Interrupt Me

8. That's How Strong My Love Is

9. Say No More

10. Oh, Bella (All That's Hers)

11. Summer Song

12. Beckton Dumps

13. Up Our Sleeve

14. Honky Tonk Women

15. (I'm A) Road Runner

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Track List: Smokin'

1. Hot 'N' Nasty

2. The Fixer

3. You're So Good To Me

4. C'mon Everybody

5. Old Time Feelin'

6. 30 Days In The Hole

7. Road Runner

8. I Wonder

9. Sweet Peace & Time

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Track List: Performance - Rockin' The Fillmore (Live)

1. Four Day Creep (Live At The Fillmore)

2. I'm Ready (Live At The Fillmore)

3. Stone Cold Fever (Live At The Fillmore)

4. I Walk On Gilded Splinters (Live At The Fillmore)

5. Rollin' Stone (Live At The Fillmore)

6. Hallelujah, I Love Her So (Live At The Fillmore)

7. I Don't Need No Doctor (Live At The Fillmore)

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Track List: Humble Pie

1. Live With Me

2. Only A Roach

3. One Eyed Trouser Snake Rumba

4. Earth And Water Song

5. I'm Ready

6. Theme From Skint

7. Red Light Mamma, Red Hot

8. Sucking On The Sweet Vine

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Track List: As Safe As Yesterday Is

1. Desperation

2. Stick Shift

3. Buttermilk Boy

4. Growing Closer

6. Bang

7. Alabama 69

8. I'll Go Alone

9. A Nifty Little Number Like You

10. What You Will

11. Natural Born Boogie

12. Wrist Job

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Track List: Classics Volume 14

1. C'mon Everybody

2. Stone Cold Fever

3. Black Coffee

4. Hot 'N' Nasty

5. Shine On

6. Natural Born Woman

7. 30 Days In The Hole

8. Get Down To It

9. I Don't Need No Doctor (Live)

11. Take Me Back

12. I Can't Stand The Rain

13. Live With Me

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Track List: Rock On

1. Shine On

2. Sour Grain

3. 79th And Sunset

4. Stone Cold Fever

5. Rollin' Stone

6. A Song For Jenny

7. The Light

8. Big George

9. Strange Days

10. Red Neck Jump

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Track List: Town And Country

1. Take Me Back

2. The Sad Bag Of Shaky Jake

3. The Light Of Love

4. Cold Lady

5. Down Home Again

6. Ollie Ollie

7. Every Mother's Son

8. Heartbeat

9. Only You Can See

10. Silver Tongue

11. Home And Away

12. Desperation

13. Stick Shift

14. Buttermilk Boy

15. As Safe As Yesterday Is

16. Bang

17. Alabama '69

18. Wrist Job

19. Natural Born Boogie

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Greatest voice in rock and roll history among many others.
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just lied to ya,but what the heck,it sure sounds sweet
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saw them in 69 in San Fran,,,fillm o r e west,,along with 10 years after and 1 more band,,,,but I just cant remember,,,o h ya BB KING,,,OH YA WHAT A FRIGGINGN SHOW!!
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Their faces were who they were on that particular day. So make your own speculations . This was a live changing record for me. It made recorded live music the thing to buy and listen. Torrents came later. I have this record on album, cassette, and CD. Its a jam nothing but a F'in jam. God bless you Steve Marriott.
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Their like the Faces on Heroin! ! !... saw them in 68 or 69 at the Arie Crown theater in McCormick Place on Lake Michigan in Chicago . Wow! I Don't Need No Doctor I got 30 Days in da hoe!
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One of the best live bands you could see in the 70s. They were a**-kickers and they knew it too. It made them even more dynamic. Saw them several time including the infamous Summerfest in Milwaukee WI. Never a bad performance from either lineup with Frampton or Clempson. Get Jerry Shirley's book Best Seat In The House. Great behind the scenes story of the band.
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Their like the Faces but without the Sloppiness !!
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mysteriousst r a n g e r s 8 6
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SOME OF BEST PIE EVER HUMBLE PIE.
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Saw them a couple of times 71-72 at the Spectrum in Philly with J. Geils Band. Those were SMOKIN concerts. 1 to set them up and 1 to knock em down.
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HUmble Pie were nothing short of great. Underated if anything despite some gold lps and sold out tours, Dave Cempson(guit a r s - e x - C o l o s s e m ) was a great replacement for Pete Frampton Live Fillmore/Smo k i n ' are two of my all time favorite lps. I met Jerry Shirley at a benefit concert. cc_union
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Beyond the shadow of doubt Humble Pie was under rated. Freakin chronic line up. Marriot top shelf heavy blues rock vocalist. Frampton needs no doctor either. Iconic rockage by these blokes. I played Rock On, Smokin and Filmore vinyl relentlessly back in early 70's. One of those bands I will always regret not witnessing live. GO PIE!!!
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Saw Humble Pie several times, twice at the Fillmore East. I went to see Cactus, suffered through the opening act, DaDa, then got blown away by Humble Pie. I'm not sure who was the better band that night, but it obvious the second time. They opened for Lee Michaels, and it was the weekend they recorded Performance. If you listen closely to the beginning of Gilded Splinters, you can hear my empty Boone's Farm bottle rolling up to the stage after getting knocked over by the guy next to me.
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ahbuday
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Hot & nasty
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Saw them in Asbury Park, I think it was in '71 at Convention Hall, my first concert! Frampton played hard core!!
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saw them back in '72 at Pocono rock festival yea a crowd of 350,000!!! and we DID NOT NEED A Doctor...... . . . ! ! b o y they were the days....
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I just read they are releasing a film on Steve M...... A fictionalize d account..... Looks cool
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In 1974, Humble Pie came to Salt Lake City headlining over Foghat & The James Montgomery Band. Besides James and his holster-full of harmonicas, my most vivid memory of that night was the two-dozen or so times Steve Marriott hocked up these HUGE logies and showered we fortunate ones who had slept overnight in front of the Salt Palace for front row seats.

Luckily, he only nailed us once @ front-row-ce n t e r - - h i s missiles all went about 10 rows deep. Tony >^,,^<
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alcalman
Sounds as electrifying today as it did the first time I heard it! Steve Marriott and Humble Pie jamming leaves you wanting more every time!
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The other bands were Black Oak Arkansas Peter Frampton and J Geils Band. One of the best concerts ever
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Oh Yeah...Humbl e Pie...There' s Peter Frampton in that pic.
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milosdad
Just did some research and found I Saw HP, in 1980 with Mahogany Rush, Angel and Mother's Finest. I remember it was supposed to be an outdoor gig but that summer was so hot it was killing people in San Antonio. It turned out to be an arena festival. Great line up.
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I Don't Need No Doctor this song rocks live
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My first rock concert 1971 Dallas Texas Frampton had just left the band they blew me away will never forget
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One of the best band l saw in the early 70s
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Did you hear a little " In My Time of Dying " I guess Zep did. , and called it their own !!
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Marriott Frampton so much talent great vocals great guitar Humble Pie rocks
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Why don't you show lyrics anymore?
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One eyed trouser snake rumba, let us have it
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Red light mama red hot
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john carrol university long ago aawsome!!
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One of the greatest rock bands of all time. I saw them 3 times. Steve's voice is so distinctive. I listen all the time and it gets me going everyday. Hard driving rock!!! Rock On Humble Pie!!!!
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Steve Marriott one of the great voices of rock music awesome band
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Everytime I hear them, I think I may NEED A DOCTOR!!!!!
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laurabennane
wish I could have seen them....just a few years too young): Steve and Pete terrific. Steve is the master. His voice always gets me going!
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there title humble pie spoke a lot about the artist they came from very humble back grounds
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Peter Frampton had great success with his solo career (after the release of Frampton Comes Alive) but, for me, his best guitar playing was with Humble Pie.
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jandrezzi
Cactus humble pie and juicy Lucy at the Fillmore great great show
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1971 dallas tx my very 1st rock concert frampton hadj just left thé band what à great show
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gghh550
I remember when they opened up for G F R at Shea Stadium and stole the show.
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Best HP album(by far) is live from Winterland on the King Biscuit Flower Hour! Turn it up as loud as you can stand it!!! Marriott is at his absolute peak on that album. It will be in my cars CD player till I die.......
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lamendolam5
YES IT DOES
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wow . this song brings back my youth memories !
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jandrezzi
Bart Vance Steve Timmy Larry frank Richie the 49 st crowd we were at the Fillmore still Rocken.
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jandrezzi
I was at the Fillmore . I will never forget that night. Best show ever
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real rock, 30 days in the hole, party on
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kvons1
Frampton & Marriott---e p i c combo up there with Beck & Stewart of the times.
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kvons1
Frampton & Marriott---- e p i c combo.
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