Humble Pie - John Peel's Sunday Show 1970 BBC Broadcast (Bootleg)

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Humble Pie were a rock, hard rock, and rhythm and blues band from England and were one of the first supergroups from the 1970s, finding success in America and UK. They are best remembered for their dynamic live concert performances and songs such as "30 Days in the Hole", "I Don't Need No Doctor", and "Natural Born Bugie". The original band lineup featured Steve Marriott from the Small Faces; Peter Frampton, lead singer and guitarist of The Herd; Greg Ridley, former bassist from Spooky Tooth; and seventeen-year-old drummer Jerry Shirley.

In late 1968 Steve Marriott formed Humble Pie with Greg Ridley, Peter Frampton and Jerry Shirley who had been the drummer for the mod band Apostolic Intervention. Because they had previously played in high-profile groups many viewed Humble Pie as a "supergroup and they were signed to Andrew Loog Oldham's record label Immediate Records. Their debut single "Natural Born Bugie" was released in July 1969 becoming a #4 hit in the UK Singles Chart and was quickly followed by the album As Safe As Yesterday Is, which peaked at #16 in the UK album charts. In the 2006 documentary Heavy: The Story of Metal, As Safe As Yesterday Is was recalled as the first album to have been described by the term "heavy metal".

Their second album, Town and Country released in the UK during 1969 while the band was away on its first tour of USA. This album featured a more acoustic sound and songs written by all four members. Humble Pie concerts at this time featured an acoustic set, with a radical re-working of Graham Gouldman's "For Your Love" as its centerpiece followed by an electric set. Recent tape archives show that the band recorded around 30 songs in its first nine months of existence, many of which remained unreleased for decades, including a cover of the Ray Charles classic Drown In My Own Tears.

During 1970 Humble Pie switched to A&M Records and Dee Anthony became their manager. Anthony was focused on the market in USA and discarded the acoustic set, instigating a more raucous sound with Marriott as the front man. The group's first album for A&M Humble Pie was released later that year and alternated between progressive rock and hard rock. A single Big Black Dog, which had a Stax feel, was released to coincide with the album and failed to chart, however the band was becoming known for popular live rock shows in USA.In 1971 Humble Pie released its most successful record to date Rock On as well as a simultaneous release of a Humble Pie concert recorded at the Fillmore East New York entitled Performance Rockin' the Fillmore. 

The live album reached #21 on the US Billboard 200 and both Rock On and Performance were certified gold by the RIAA. The loud-quiet-loud epic "I Don't Need No Doctor" was an FM radio hit in the United States peaking at #73 on the Billboard Hot 100, propelling the album up the charts. Frampton left the band by the time the album was released and went on to enjoy success as a platinum selling solo artist.

Humble Pie - "On Stage" 

September 9, 1970
A studio in London
BBC Peel's Sunday Show
(((BBC Broadcast)))

01. Four Day Creep
02. I'm Ready
03. Live With Me
04. Stone Cold Fever
05. Hallelujah (I Love Her So)
06. Walk On Gilded Splinters
07. The Sad Bag Of Shakey Jake
08. One Eyed Trouser Snake Rumba
09. Big Black Dog

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