Humble Pie - Rock And Roll Music FLAC album
Title: Rock And Roll Music
Style: Classic Rock
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Humble Pie was an English rock band formed by Steve Marriott in Essex during 1969. They are known as one of the late 1960s' first supergroups and found success on both sides of the Atlantic with such songs as "Black Coffee", "30 Days in the Hole", "I Don't Need No Doctor" and "Natural Born Bugie".
Humble Pie. Album Street Rats. Rock And Roll Music Lyrics. That's why I got for that rock and roll music, any old way you choose it It's got a back beat, you can't lose it, any old time you use it It's gotta be rock and roll music if you wanna dance with me If you wanna dance with me. I took my loved one over 'cross the tracks, so she can hear my man await a sax I must admit they have a rockin' band, man they were goin' like a hurricane.
By: Humble Pie (1971, Rock). More albums from Humble Pie: Street Rats by Humble Pie. Running With The Pack by Humble Pie. As Safe As Yesterday Is by Humble Pie. Performance Rockin’ The Fillmore by Humble Pie. Thunderbox by Humble Pie. Eat It by Humble Pie. Live At The Whisky A-Go-Go ’69 by Humble Pie. King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents – Humble Pie In Concert by Humble Pie. View all albums . Rock On.
The rock band Humble Pie was in 1969 in Great Britain founded by Steve Marriott. Marriott was stopped shortly before The Small Faces and decided with The Herd's Peter Frampton, Spooky Tooth 's Greg Ridley and Jerry Shirley to set up the Humble Pie. The combination of these four musicians turned out to be unique and their first two albums "As Safe As Yesterday Is" and "Town And Country" were a great success.
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Rock On saw Humble Pie establishing the heavy blues/rock sound they became famous for, led in no small part by their new manager, Dee Anthony, after the collapse of Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records. But this was not where Frampton wanted to be and within a year he had quit the group to pursue his solo career and take his music in a more acoustic direction. Recorded and Mixed by Glyn Johns at Olympic Sound Studios, London, January 1971.
Humble Pie were introduced to the UK audience as a supergroup with a big hit single, but further down the line they would become album rock and concert favourites in America. Natural Born Bugie,’ a No. 4 hit in their own country in the summer of 1969, proved to be their only hit there, and by the early 1970s they were undeniably bigger across the Atlantic.
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