Disc Condition- VG+ a few mild scratches but all plays perfectly/ Complete with Case, Original Insert & Booklet- Case is worn and has crack at front RARE AND OOP 1973 LIVE RECORDINGS- NEEDS A NEW CASE BUT OTHERWISE VG Tracklist 1 Four Day Creep 3:09 2 C'mon Everybody 6:10 3 Honky Tonk Women 3:52 4 I Believe To My Soul. 6:19 5 30 Days In A Hole 7:32 6 I Don't Need No Doctor 12:00. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
Eat It is the sixth album by English rock group Humble Pie, released in 1973.
Humble Pie was playing a run of shows at the Fillmore West in San Francisco in early December 1970, and during the first show Frampton was plagued by sound problems with his then-current guitar, a semi-acoustic Gibson 335, which was prone to unwanted feedback at higher volumes. The live album reached No. 21 on the US Billboard 200 and was certified gold by the RIAA. I Don't Need No Doctor" was a FM radio hit in the US peaking at No. 73 on the Billboard Hot 100, propelling the album up the charts. In 2000 Charlie Huhn continued on as Humble Pie without Shirley to fulfill live dates.
Recorded live Winterland Theatre, San Francisco 6/5/1973. Humble Pie. Winterland 1973 (2xLP, Album, RE, 180 + CD, Album, RE). Lilith, Lilith.
Live, Humble Pie was a different story. They rocked with a ferocity rivaled only by the mighty Zeppelin. This record, a concert recorded on the King Biscuit Flower Hour radio show, captured the Pie at their peak. Steve Marriot, the band's vocalist/guitarist, sang like a banshee and smashed power chords in the vein of Pete Townshend. Dave Clemson, the band's second guitarist, wailed like no other and was the epitome of the Les Paul-wielding guitar god. Combined with a thunderous rhythm section, the Pie had no peers during this tour in 1973. Recorded live at the Winterland Theater, San Francisco, California on May 6, 1973, this CD shows Humble Pie's tour in support of their Smokin' album, the first without founding member Peter Frampton. Steve Marriott's smokes all the way (his sung intros between songs are really amusing). The majority of the songs are from the SMOKIN' album.
Скачать все песни Humble Pie 1973 в хорошем качестве (320 кбит/с) на телефон (Android, Iphone) или слушать музыку онлайн: Humble Pie - 30 Days to My Soul, Humble Pie - Tokyo Jam, Humble Pie - I Don't Need No Doctor. Humble Pie 30 Days to My Soul. Humble Pie I Want You To Love Me (Live 1973-05-25). Humble Pie I Believe to My Soul Eat It, 1973. Humble Pie I Believe to My Soul (1973). Humble Pie 1973 That s How Strong My Love Is. 3:24. Humble Pie Get Down To It. 4:16. Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa Black Coffee (Humble Pie 1973). Humble Pie Stone Cold Fever (Winterland Theatre, Sa. :18. Humble Pie 1973 Good Booze And Bad Women.
From "Eat It" - the sixth album by "Humble Pie", released in 1973. Steve Marriott (Guitars, Harmonica, Keyboards, Remixing, Vocals), Dave "Clem" Clempson. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Black Coffee · Humble Pie Eat It ℗ 1973 A&M Records Released on: 1973-01-01 Producer: Steve Marriott. Humble Pie live at the LA Forum May 1973. A new transcode from "The Life And Times of Steve Marriott" doc. Better quality than the other one up. Dunno what's. Humble Pie - In Concert "Winterland San Francisco 1973. HUMBLE PIE were one of the first British Rock & Roll supergroups in the seventies, featuring STEVE MARRIOTT who started in 1972 with SMOKIN, one of the.
Recorded live at the Winterland Theatre, San Francisco, USA, 06/05/1973. Other productions from Humble Pie. Back on Track. King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Humble Pie in Concert.