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Two CD edition. The late 1960s was the era of the "super-group", and with the dissolution of the Small Faces and the Herd, Steve Marriott and Peter Frampton joined forces in 1969 to record for Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label, joined by drummer Jerry Shirley and bassist Greg Ridley. Frampton moved on to huge solo acclaim following the obligatory double live LP, Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore, an album that would become Humble Pie's template on stage for the next decade. Their 11th studio album, Back On Track, has much to offer fans of classic Humble Pie as much as fans of classic, blues-based hard rock. Produced with Andy Jackson, famed for his work with Pink Floyd, the album also features guest appearances from Zoot Money on hammond organ. The album was recorded at Jacobs Studios near Farnham in Surrey, as well as David Gilmour's famed houseboat Astoria Studios, between December 2001 and January 2002, and released the following month. 16 years on, Back On Track remains a worthy addition to the Humble Pie catalog. Going back a further 12 years, Jerry Shirley and Humble Pie were touring with a line-up featuring Charlie Huhn, Wally Stocker and Sean Beavan, with a set heavily peppered with Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore classics including 'Four Day Creep', 'Stone Cold Fever', 'I Don't Need No Doctor' and 'Hallelujah (I Love Her So)', as well as a cover of The Babys' 'Head First' and 'Fool For A Pretty Face' from the Pie's On To Victory. Captured at the legendary Agora in Cleveland, Ohio on January 12, 1990, this mid-west venue is evidently a stronghold of Humble Pie fans, if the audience reaction is anything to go by. With plenty of rare pictures, and a new essay with Malcolm Dome based on interviews with Jerry Shirley, HNE are pleased to add this set by a legendary band to their extensive catalog.
Two CD edition. The late 1960s was the era of the "super-group", and with the dissolution of the Small Faces and the Herd, Steve Marriott and Peter Frampton joined forces in 1969 to record for Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label, joined by drummer Jerry Shirley and bassist Greg Ridley. Frampton moved on to huge solo acclaim following the obligatory double live LP, Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore, an album that would become Humble Pie's template on stage for the next decade. Their 11th studio album, Back On Track, has much to offer fans of classic Humble Pie as much as fans of classic, blues-based hard rock. Produced with Andy Jackson, famed for his work with Pink Floyd, the album also features guest appearances from Zoot Money on hammond organ. The album was recorded at Jacobs Studios near Farnham in Surrey, as well as David Gilmour's famed houseboat Astoria Studios, between December 2001 and January 2002, and released the following month. 16 years on, Back On Track remains a worthy addition to the Humble Pie catalog. Going back a further 12 years, Jerry Shirley and Humble Pie were touring with a line-up featuring Charlie Huhn, Wally Stocker and Sean Beavan, with a set heavily peppered with Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore classics including 'Four Day Creep', 'Stone Cold Fever', 'I Don't Need No Doctor' and 'Hallelujah (I Love Her So)', as well as a cover of The Babys' 'Head First' and 'Fool For A Pretty Face' from the Pie's On To Victory. Captured at the legendary Agora in Cleveland, Ohio on January 12, 1990, this mid-west venue is evidently a stronghold of Humble Pie fans, if the audience reaction is anything to go by. With plenty of rare pictures, and a new essay with Malcolm Dome based on interviews with Jerry Shirley, HNE are pleased to add this set by a legendary band to their extensive catalog.
5013929920224

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 04/27/2018
UPC: 5013929920224

Back On Track / Live In Cleveland
Artist: Humble Pie
Format: CD
New: In Stock $17.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Dignified
2. Real Thing
3. Trouble
4. Stay One More Night
5. Still Got a Story to Tell
6. All I Ever Needed
7. This Time
8. Flat Busted
9. Between Old Teddy and Your Mum 1
10. Intro / Four Day Creep 1
11. C'mon Everybody 1
12. Stone Cold Fever 1
13. Fool for a Pretty Face 1
14. Natural Born Bugie 1
15. Say What You Will 1
16. All Shook Up 1
17. Still Rockin' 1
18. Head First 1
19. Hallelujah I Love Her So 2
20. Midnight Rendezvous 2
21. 30 Days in the Hole 2
22. I Don't Need No Doctor

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Two CD edition. The late 1960s was the era of the "super-group", and with the dissolution of the Small Faces and the Herd, Steve Marriott and Peter Frampton joined forces in 1969 to record for Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label, joined by drummer Jerry Shirley and bassist Greg Ridley. Frampton moved on to huge solo acclaim following the obligatory double live LP, Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore, an album that would become Humble Pie's template on stage for the next decade. Their 11th studio album, Back On Track, has much to offer fans of classic Humble Pie as much as fans of classic, blues-based hard rock. Produced with Andy Jackson, famed for his work with Pink Floyd, the album also features guest appearances from Zoot Money on hammond organ. The album was recorded at Jacobs Studios near Farnham in Surrey, as well as David Gilmour's famed houseboat Astoria Studios, between December 2001 and January 2002, and released the following month. 16 years on, Back On Track remains a worthy addition to the Humble Pie catalog. Going back a further 12 years, Jerry Shirley and Humble Pie were touring with a line-up featuring Charlie Huhn, Wally Stocker and Sean Beavan, with a set heavily peppered with Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore classics including 'Four Day Creep', 'Stone Cold Fever', 'I Don't Need No Doctor' and 'Hallelujah (I Love Her So)', as well as a cover of The Babys' 'Head First' and 'Fool For A Pretty Face' from the Pie's On To Victory. Captured at the legendary Agora in Cleveland, Ohio on January 12, 1990, this mid-west venue is evidently a stronghold of Humble Pie fans, if the audience reaction is anything to go by. With plenty of rare pictures, and a new essay with Malcolm Dome based on interviews with Jerry Shirley, HNE are pleased to add this set by a legendary band to their extensive catalog.
        
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