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o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: Havo ()
Date: July 21, 2010 21:18

Ever liked this group. just plaing " AS safe as yesterday is" and "Smokin"; very underrated later. its a pity, Marriot and Frampton wanted to do his "OWN" things.

under the boardwalk---down by the sea

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: crumbling_mice ()
Date: July 21, 2010 21:20

Great band with some great songs, as were Family - shame we don't get bands like those these days. One hit now and they are playing @#$%& stadiums, they don't learn their trade on the road like the old bands did.


Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: July 21, 2010 21:28

i caught these guys back in 1979 opening for ZZ TOP.steve marriot rocks!!!!

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: StonesTod ()
Date: July 21, 2010 21:38

like the music, always thought marriott (in small faces, too) was an over-the-top singer.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: sirdoug ()
Date: July 21, 2010 21:41

I Don't Need No Doctor from the Live at the Fillmore album is a smoker.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: Max'sKansasCity ()
Date: July 21, 2010 21:48

my very first concert ..ever ever ...Black OaK Arkansas opens for Humble PIe.






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Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: dancingmisterd ()
Date: July 21, 2010 21:54

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sirdoug
I Don't Need No Doctor from the Live at the Fillmore album is a smoker.

Agreed. In fact, I think the whole album is great.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: loog droog ()
Date: July 21, 2010 21:59

I've was listening to their song "Live With Me" (same title as the Stones song, but a different tune. ) from the third album a couple days ago. It's a real burner, with one of the best drum sounds ever courtesy of Glyn Johns.







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Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: Silver Dagger ()
Date: July 21, 2010 22:02

Smokin' is their masterpiece. Pure Stonesy rock'n'roll but with more of a bluesy edge to it.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: Max'sKansasCity ()
Date: July 21, 2010 22:03

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sirdoug
I Don't Need No Doctor from the Live at the Fillmore album is a smoker.
dont just say it ...... PLAY IT ! ! ! !



making good use of these freekin intertubes

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: aralla ()
Date: July 21, 2010 22:31

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dancingmisterd
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sirdoug
I Don't Need No Doctor from the Live at the Fillmore album is a smoker.

Agreed. In fact, I think the whole album is great.

"Performance" is a top ten live album of all the times.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: CousinC ()
Date: July 21, 2010 23:10

Saw them live ca. 71. Good show.(Marriot spitting more then the Pisols)!

I always liked stuff like Perfomance, Smokin and some from Eat it (Honky Tonk Woman), - and Jerry Shirleys drumming!(Very much influenced by Kenny Jones).

And what other band had 3 guitarists, - all more or less considered once to follow Taylon in the Stones?!? lol (Marriott, Frampton and Clempson).

Re: o.t. Humble pie
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Date: July 21, 2010 23:18




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Date: July 21, 2010 23:34




Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: Big Al ()
Date: July 22, 2010 00:20

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StonesTod
like the music, always thought marriott (in small faces, too) was an over-the-top singer.

I strongly disagree with you, here. IMO, Marriott was the supreme 60’s British singer.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: StonesTod ()
Date: July 22, 2010 00:25

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Big Al
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StonesTod
like the music, always thought marriott (in small faces, too) was an over-the-top singer.

I strongly disagree with you, here. IMO, Marriott was the supreme 60’s British singer.

burdon

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: loog droog ()
Date: July 22, 2010 00:31

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StonesTod
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Big Al
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StonesTod
like the music, always thought marriott (in small faces, too) was an over-the-top singer.

I strongly disagree with you, here. IMO, Marriott was the supreme 60’s British singer.

burdon


I'd go with Marriott or Winwood over Burdon. He's a good singer, but Eric really didn't have the pipes to put him in the "supreme" category.

I read once where a bunch of British stars were hangin' out in a pub where Marriott was on stage. Some people were encouraging Robert Plant to get up there, and he said, "Me follow Steve Marriott? No way!"

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: StonesTod ()
Date: July 22, 2010 00:32

burdon doesn't have the pipes??????? ummm...yeah, ok.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Date: July 22, 2010 00:34

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loog droog
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StonesTod
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Big Al
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StonesTod
like the music, always thought marriott (in small faces, too) was an over-the-top singer.

I strongly disagree with you, here. IMO, Marriott was the supreme 60’s British singer.

burdon


I'd go with Marriott or Winwood over Burdon. He's a good singer, but Eric really didn't have the pipes to put him in the "supreme" category.

I read once where a bunch of British stars were hangin' out in a pub where Marriott was on stage. Some people were encouraging Robert Plant to get up there, and he said, "Me follow Steve Marriott? No way!"

but burdon has the most soul

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: StonesTod ()
Date: July 22, 2010 00:35

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keefriffhard4life
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loog droog
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StonesTod
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Big Al
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StonesTod
like the music, always thought marriott (in small faces, too) was an over-the-top singer.

I strongly disagree with you, here. IMO, Marriott was the supreme 60’s British singer.

burdon


I'd go with Marriott or Winwood over Burdon. He's a good singer, but Eric really didn't have the pipes to put him in the "supreme" category.

I read once where a bunch of British stars were hangin' out in a pub where Marriott was on stage. Some people were encouraging Robert Plant to get up there, and he said, "Me follow Steve Marriott? No way!"

but burdon has the most soul

definitely. and the most other stuff too.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: duke richardson ()
Date: July 22, 2010 00:36

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Max'sKansasCity
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sirdoug
I Don't Need No Doctor from the Live at the Fillmore album is a smoker.
dont just say it ...... PLAY IT ! ! ! !



making good use of these freekin intertubes


yes yes..wore this one out back in the day.. great line : " we go home on Monday..but its really been a gas this time..." Marriott

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: Pelle ()
Date: July 22, 2010 00:46

awsome band! I just heard em for the first time a few eeks ago when I found the double live LP on second hand for 10 SEK (ca 1 euro) smiling smiley

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: July 22, 2010 01:28

Rockin The Fillmore IS one of the best live rock albums ever.

Every rock fan should have this in their collection. I believe it was one of Peter Frampton's last live appearances with the band.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: roryfaninva ()
Date: July 22, 2010 01:43

Not forgetting that Steve Marriott was Keiths first choice to replace Mick Taylor- or that Brian Jones expressed interest in joining the newly formed Humble Pie but croaked before he could hook up. Never lost his ability to play and sing but drink and drugs stopped Marriott from writing top shelf material and consequently the Pie are remembered if at all as the poor mans Led Zeppelin.

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: July 22, 2010 02:11

Four Day Creep from Rockin The Fillmore and a later reunion concert I think for Steve Marriott tribute in 2001. One of my favorites from Fillmore.









Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: July 22, 2010 02:19

With one of the best live intro's ever, song two from Rockin The Fillmore, "I'm Ready"





Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: custom55 ()
Date: July 22, 2010 03:02

I played the crap out of that album when it first came out...still holds up today. I like it thumbs up

Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: Toru A ()
Date: July 22, 2010 05:26

Don't forget The Blackberries!
Those girls, Billie Barnum, Vanetta Fields and Clydie King, were dynamite.

Exile On Main Street would have had a different face without Clydie King's contribution.



Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: cirrhosis ()
Date: July 22, 2010 05:51




Re: o.t. Humble pie
Posted by: mckalk ()
Date: July 22, 2010 06:51

Love "The Pie"...they were very versatile in the Frampton days, and then came up with one of the quintessential British blues rock albums in "Smokin'"

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