Don’t bother with this one, even though it is a very early recording of the band with Clem Clempson instead of Peter Frampton – the sound quality is extremely poor.
Live At The Whisky A-Go-Go ’69 is an early live recording of blues boogie rock band Humble Pie.
This features a very early version of the Steve Marriott and Peter Frampton version of the band before they’d found their identity.
In Concert or Live On The King Biscuit Flower Hour is a live album by Humble Pie.
It was recorded at the Winterland Theatre in San Francisco on 6/5/1973 and will have been broadcast on the radio.
By this time Clem Clempson had replaced Peter Frampton on guitar.
This live recording has also been released as:
- Hot ‘n’ Nasty Rockin’ The Fillmore with an extra song – Stone Cold Fever – which is available as an mp3 download.
- Up Your Sleeves
- Extended Versions
- Live At Winterland
The songs may have changed slightly or they are in a different order but it is the same basic recording.
Songs On Humble Pie In Concert aka Live On The King Biscuit Flower Hour
1. Up Your Sleeves
2. 4 Day Creep
3. C’mon Everybody
4. Honky Tonk Woman
5. Blues I Believe To My Soul
6. 30 Days In The Hole
7. Road Runner
8. Hallelujah, I Love You So
9. I Don’t Need No Doctor
10. Hot N’ Nasty
Playing on the album are:
Steve Marriott – vocals, guitar
Clem Clempson – guitar
Greg Ridley – bass
Jerry Shirley – drums
Backing vocals were provided by Billie Barnum, Blackberries, Clydie King and Venetta Fields
Buying Humble Pie In Concert aka Live On The King Biscuit Flower Hour
These links will help you get to the albums quickly and easily but I recommend that you still search for the best deal.
What do you think?
Is this the best live album by Humble Pie?
Is it good enough to be included in the poll to find the best blues rock live albums?
Performance Rockin’ The Fillmore is a live album by Humble Pie. It was recorded at the Fillmore East in New York on the 28th and 29th May 1971 and released in November 1971.
The group had released their Rock On studio album in March 1971.
Humble Pie performed four sets over the two days and they have been released in full on Performance – Rockin’ The Fillmore: The Complete Recordings in 2013. Since it is basically the same set list each time with minor variations, it’s not an album I recommend unless you are a big fan of Humble Pie.
Humble Pie gained a lot of attention after the fact because Peter Frampton of Frampton Comes Alive was a member at the time of this recording.