Top Humble Pie Albums
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I Don't Need No Doctor (Live) - Single
I Don't Need No Doctor (Live) - Single
[2021]
On Air 1969-1970 (Live)
On Air 1969-1970 (Live)
[2021]
Tourin': The Official Bootleg Box Set, Vol 4
Tourin': The Official Bootleg Box Set, Vol 4
[2019]
Up Our Sleeve: Official Bootleg Box Set, Vol. 3 (Live)
Up Our Sleeve: Official Bootleg Box Set, Vol. 3 (Live)
[2019]
Joint Effort
Joint Effort
[2019]
Official Bootleg Box Set, Vol. 2 (Live)
Official Bootleg Box Set, Vol. 2 (Live)
[2018]
Official Bootleg: Box Set, Vol. 1
Official Bootleg: Box Set, Vol. 1
[2017]
Performance - Rockin' the Fillmore: The Complete Recordings
Performance - Rockin' the Fillmore: The Complete Recordings
[2013]
Live in New York 1971
Live in New York 1971
[2012]
Live '81
Live '81
[2011]
Live At Winterland
Live At Winterland
[2010]
Live '73
Live '73
[2010]
The Immediate Years
The Immediate Years
[2007]
The Definitive Collection
The Definitive Collection
[2006]
Humble Pie Selected Hits
Humble Pie Selected Hits
[2006]
Town and Country
Town and Country
[2006]
The Atlanta Years
The Atlanta Years
[2005]
Live At the Whisky A-Go-Go
Live At the Whisky A-Go-Go
[2004]
Running with the Pack (Live)
Running with the Pack (Live)
[2004]
Natural Born Bugie
Natural Born Bugie
[1999]
Hot 'N' Nasty
Hot 'N' Nasty
[1994]
Classics, Vol. 14: Humble Pie
Classics, Vol. 14: Humble Pie
[1987]
Smokin'
Smokin'
[1987]
Go For The Throat
Go For The Throat
[1981]
On To Victory
On To Victory
[1980]
Street Rats
Street Rats
[1975]
Thunderbox
Thunderbox
[1974]
Eat It
Eat It
[1973]
Performance - Rockin' the Fillmore (Live)
Performance - Rockin' the Fillmore (Live)
[1971]
Rock On
Rock On
[1971]
Humble Pie
Humble Pie
[1970]
Town and Country (Bonus Track Version)
Town and Country (Bonus Track Version)
[1969]
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Hallelujah I Love Her So Sweet Peace And Time Road Hog 30 Days In The Hole Say No More Black Coffee Drugstore Cowboy One-Eyed Trouser-Snake Rumba Take Me Back Only You Can See All Shook Up Summer Song Shut Up And Don't Interrupt Me C'mon Everybody No Money Down (i'm A) Road Runner I Don't Need No Doctor Desperation That's How Strong My Love Is Every Mother's Son Fool For A Pretty Face Groovin' With Jesus Oh Bella (all That's Hers) Heartbeat I Believe To My Soul Drift Away Is It For Love Baby Don't You Do It (LP Version) I Walk On Gilded Splinters (Live) Smokin' For Your Love (Live) Driver Four Day Creep (live) Theme From Skint (see You Later Liquidator) Strange Days Teenage Anxiety Chip Away (The Stone) (LP Version) Over You (LP Version) Earth And Water Song Live With Me You're So Good For Me Street Rat Get Down To It My Lover's Prayer (LP Version) The Light Of Love Tin Soldier (LP Version) Natural Born Bugie Lottie And The Charcoal Queen A Nifty Little Number Like You Sour Grain I Wonder Old Time Feelin' The Sad Bag Of Shakey Jake The Fixer The Light No Way Wrist Job I'm Ready Natural Born Woman Stone Cold Fever 79th And Sunset Alabama '69 As Safe As Yesterday Is Bang Buttermilk Boy Growing Closer I'll Go Alone Stick Shift What You Will Big Black Dog Shine On Only A Roach Sucking On The Sweet Vine Cold Lady Anna (go To Him) Good Booze And Bad Women A Song For Jenny Don't Worry Be Happy I Can't Stand The Rain Hot 'n' Nasty Thunderbox Ninety-nine Pounds Home And Away Let Me Be Your Lovemaker Silver Tongue Honky Tonk Woman Rally With Ali Red Light Mama Red Hot! Every Single Day Oh La-de-da Rollin' Stone Beckton Dumps Down Home Again Red Neck Jump
Related Information for Humble Pie
Humble Pie was a British rock music band from 1969-82, best known for its hard-rocking recordings and concert performances during their peak period on A&M records from 1970-1975. The band initially consisted in 1969 of Steve Marriott (formerly of Small Faces; lead vocals, guitar, keyboards), Peter Frampton (from The Herd; lead guitar), Greg Ridley (from Spooky Tooth; bass) and Jerry Shirley (from The Apostolic Intervention; drums).The joining of all these fairly known players resulted in Humble Pie being considered a bit of a “supergroup”. Worried about great expectations, the group began working together in secret at Marriott's cottage in Moreton, Essex. Signed to Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records, their de... read more