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19 de nov de 2011

"Humble Pie" Recorded live at The Whiskey A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, California in December 1969

Estava passeando por aqui e por ali e encontrei no blog do Pirata esta capa fantástica que me fez viajar e fuçar nas minhas coisas, prq sempre gostei da "briga" entre Marriott e Frampton e o som do Pie sempre me foi muito mas muito bom de se ouvir.

Aliás uma das melhores bandas já surgidas na época e ainda hoje não tão cultuada prq teve o azar de surgir junto com a efervescência dos loucos anos, mas se houvesse um filtro melhor nunca eles ficariam como segunda linha, e por isso até se dissolveram.

Ok, brigas, drogas, gravadoras e a saída do Framptom pra carreira solo, deu no que deu, apesar deles continuarem gravando até 76, se esse time se mantivesse, seria um absurdo hoje serem apenas cult, basta ouvir com atenção a primeira música totalmente crua como eles gostavam pra ver que caberia em qqr acervo.

Aí encontrei vários links off por aí prq a gente vai cansando de repostar né?
Eu sei, eu mesmo me canso de olhar e acabar de subir um e detonarem 5, aí haja saco e saco lobo tem, mas paciência não.

Mas este aqui é tão emblemático até no estilo zep do visual e taz a tona aquela época fantástica que não resisti e postei do meu jeitão mesmo, com todas as capas e com um pouco de informação, o resto é som pra se ouvir direto prq é tão curtinho que tem de deixar rodando.As one of the premier British "boogie" bands of the late '60s/early '70s, it's widely agreed by classic rock enthusiasts that Humble Pie was best experienced in its natural habitat, the concert stage.HP was already the subject of several live albums from this era (most notably the classic 1971 release PERFORMANCE: ROCKIN' THE FILLMORE) when 2002 saw the release of an archival live recording, LIVE AT THE WHISKEY A-GO-GO '69.This early phase of the band is usually regarded as the group's finest, as singer/guitarist Steve Marriott had the perfect foil in the form of Peter Frampton, just prior to Frampton launching his solo career.While Marriott's bluesy and soulful voice was usually the talk of Humble Pie, Frampton proves to be a woefully underrated guitarist throughout, as he reels off countless tasty riffs and leads, especially on the album's two longest tracks, a 12-and-a-half minute take of "Shakin' All Over" and a jamfest version of "I Walk on Gilded Splinters" nearly twice that length.
Humble Pie includes:

Steve Marriott,
Peter Frampton (vocals, guitar);
Greg Ridley (bass);
Jerry Shirley (drums).
Uncut (12/01, p.106) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...A worthy addition to any Small Faces or Peter Frampton aficionado's collection..."

Humble pie album recorded live at whisky a-go-go in Los Angeles,California december 1969.Frampton's showing of his guitar skills with some great riffs on the two longest tracks of the album shakin' all over & I walk on gilded splinters.
Tracklist:

1.For your love
2.Shakin' all over
3.Hallelujah I love her so
4.The sad bag of shakey jake
5.I walk on gilded splinters

Enjoy!!!!!!!!

9 de ago de 2011

Humble Pie - The Atlanta Years - 2006

Há muito quero trazer algo do OGS pra cá e sempre vou fazendo outras coisas e vai ficando e ficando mas hoje não resisti prq ao ver o título lembrei das famosas "brigas" entre Marriot e Frampton e o que significava esta banda pra o mundo à época e ainda significa.

Me lembro de ter visto um clipe bem tosco no saudoso "Sábado Som" e nunca mais me esqueci; de lá pra cá tenho procurado juntar o que posso e aí está uma que vem como a "cereja do bolo.""review from classicrockmusicblog.....Humble Pie’s The Atlanta Years could just as well be called Steve Marriott, The Atlanta Years, as he is the driving force behind these recordings.

The singer/songwriter/guitarist had relocated to the Peach State in the 1980s and re-formed Humble Pie once again after the lineup (Marriott, guitarist Bobby Tench, bassist Anthony Jones and drummer Jerry Shirley) from an earlier re-formed Pie called it quits in 1981.

That said, The Atlanta Years is worth investigating. Nine studio cuts are appended with seven live performances from Marriott’s Atlanta days. The studio sides find Marriott still capable of delivering the bluesy rock that he built his name on. His voice is still full of raspy splendor on “Heartbreaker,” a funky organ-driven R&B shuffle, and laced with whiskey on “Ain’t You Glad (New York Can’t Talk).”

The Cockney swagger of “Poor Man’s Rich Man” is classic Marriott, and a bridge between his time with the Small Faces and Humble Pie. The songs have a work-in-progress feel, but are still developed enough to stand on their own. The live cuts are sweaty slices of Marriott in his element. Listen as he takes the crowd through the 15-minute assault of “I Don’t Need No Doctor” or the cranky “Hallelujah I Love Her So,” full of tight guitar licks and double entendres.


Though Marriott lived the rock star life, he was virtually destitute for years. A very personal interview with ex-wife Pam Stephens reveals the couple’s daily struggles of just having enough to eat, all the while being holed up in a Southern mansion. Marriott was a challenging but engaging personality, enough so to keep fans and hangers-on coming back for more until the larger-than-life musician’s life was cut down by a house fire in 1991.

Just as talk of a reunion with original Humble Pie mate Peter Frampton was surfacing, Marriott was taken away. In Atlanta, Marriott sang “Trouble You Can’t Fool Me,” and he was singing from experience
".Personnel:
Steve Marriott: guitar, harmonica, keyboards, vocals
Bob Tench: guitar, vocals
Anthony "Sooty" Jones: bass, vocals
Jerry Shirley: drums

Tracklist:

CD 1: In the studio, recorded at Pyramid Eye, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1982

01. Heartbreaker
02. Ain't You Glad (New York Can't Talk)
03. Sweet Nuthins
04. Trouble You Can't Fool Me
05. Poor Man’S Rich Man
06. Middle Age Anxiety
07. Lonely No More
08. I Need a Love
09. Happy Birthday, Birthday Girl
10. John Hellier interviews Steve's wife, Pam Stephens (July 2003)

CD 2: Live in concert, Annie’s club, Cincinatti, Ohio, 1983

01. Intro / Whatcha Gonna Do About It
02. Fool for a Pretty Face
03. Hallelujah I Love Her So
04. Five Long Years
05. Rude! / Drum solo / Thirty Days in the Hole
06. I Don't Need No Doctor
07. Big Train Stops at Memphis / Walking the Dog

N.B - Reforçando: Embora o título possa supor tratar-se de uma coletânea do Humble Pie, esse disco é na verdade um álbum de Steve Marriott lançado pela wappingwharf, com material inédito em estúdio e um show completo. A qualidade do áudio do disco ao vivo assemelha-se à de um excelente soundboard.

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!