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Bang - Humble Pie - Best Of Humble Pie (CD)

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  1. Oct 10,  · Humble Pie were one of the best bands around,totally brilliant band. This album proves that blues,rock,even a bit poppy with natural born boogie. Steve Marriage vocals cover all genre and the band are a total powerhouse!/5(47).
  2. Humble Pie: The Best Of Humble Pie ‎ (CD, Comp, RE, RP) A&M Records: US: Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection /5(8).
  3. one of the first bands with 2 great guitar players. peter frampton only played from 69' till 71', but he went out with a bang!! humble pie, rockin' the fillmore was his last recorded concert with the pie (also highly recommended). if you get both cd's, you will have the best of humble pie!!/5().
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Best of Humble Pie [A&M] - Humble Pie on AllMusic - - A brief but entertaining collection of Humble 9/
  5. Jul 29,  · As Safe As Yesterday Is (Immediate, ) Humble Pie’s most broad-spectrum album was actually their debut. Rock, blues, folk, mod You can still hear the Small Faces influence: the rustic, semiacoustic Growing Closer was written by Small Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan, who rehearsed with Pie before joining the reconfigured Faces; the Marriott-only-credited Bang! and What You Will were.
  6. Peaking at number 60, the resurrected Humble Pie's first album On to Victory was surprisingly successful, allowing the group to have another chance to record an album. The ensuing record, Go for the Throat was nearly identical to On to Victory, as the band ran through a .
  7. Humble Pie ended their set with the Glam stomp of “Oh La-De-Da” and I would guess sent most of the paying customers home happy. Disc three commences with the band’s performance at that legendary gig in May at the Valley, home of Charlton Athletic Football Club, where the Who broke the decibel record for Pop music concerts.
  8. Humble Pie - Performance: Rockin’ The Fillmore (A&M, ) They were impressive enough in the studio, but playing live was where Humble Pie really excelled. This sprawling double album, recorded in New York in May , is a magnificent showcase for Marriott’s searing vocals and his fierce interplay with fellow guitarist Peter Frampton.

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