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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Humble Pie 1972 Smokin'

Genre: Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:43:56
Size: 60,27 MB

United Kingdom

Review by Matthew Greenwald

After a couple of years of relentless touring, Humble Pie capitalized on their loyal U.S. following to capture the market with this, their third album. Although lead guitarist Peter Frampton was replaced by Clem Clemson -- an excellent player -- the band remained essentially the same. Led by singer/guitarist Steve Marriott's soulful wail, the group enjoyed a huge hit from this record, "30 Days in the Hole" -- the track which defined the Pie's not-so-subtle appeal. The rest of the record is equally funky and intriguing. Stephen Stills guests on "Road Runner 'G' Jam," playing some nasty Hammond organ fills. In the end, though, the group defined themselves as the undisputed leaders of the boogie movement in the early 1970s, as a band.


01 - Hot 'n' Nasty 03:22

02 - The Fixer 05:03

03 - You're So Good For Me 03:51

04 - C'mon Everybody 05:14

05 - Old Time Feelin' 04:01

06 - 30 Days In The Hole 03:58

07 - Road Runner - Road Runner's 'G' Jam 03:44

08 - I Wonder 08:54

09 - Sweet Peace And Time 05:49

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