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The album starts off with their single "Natural Born Bugie", which hit #4 in the U.K., great blues-rock number, too bad America never gave this one spin, classic rock radio of today have missed out on some great tracks from the 60's and 70's/5(53).
Humble Pie’s second album finds the band replacing much of their patented shambolic boogie with acoustic strums and autumnal hums: the sounds of Peter Frampton and Steve Marriott showing their obvious love of country, folk, and blues. “Every Mother’s Son” is darn near transcendent. Humble Pie's electric-acoustic version of Buddy.
Label: Charly Records - CD IMM BOX 3 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Compilation, Remastered Box Set • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Blues Rock, Folk Rock Humble Pie - The Immediate Years (, CD) | Discogs.
Label: Charly Records (3) - SNAP CD • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Acoustic, Classic Rock Humble Pie - Town And Country (, CD) | Discogs.
Jun 18, · The Immediate Years Humble Pie Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Natural Born Bugie 2 Home and Away 3 Desperation 4 What You Will 5 The Light of Love 6 Alabama '69 7 Every Mother's Son 8 Heartbeat 9 Wrist Job 10 A Nifty Little Number Like You.
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"Town and Country" was Humble Pie's second studio album, released in November in the UK only. Conceived at Steve Marriott's 16th-century rural cottage "Arkesden" in Moreton, Essex, England, "Town and Country" offered a different, more sensitive pastoral approach from the more straightforward "heavy" progressive sound prevalent on their.