Humble Pie

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Pop New - LP SP 9048 A&M
Sealed Canadian Compilation... more details
 
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Town And Country
Pop Used - LP IMSP027 Immediate
1969 Pink Label Original. LP Looks Unplayed... more details
 
Humble Pie - Thunderbox Thunderbox
Pop New - LP SP 3611 A&M
Beautiful 1974 Die-Cut Cover Original. Peering Through The Keyhole On The Front Cover Reveals A Beautiful, Partially Clad Young Female On A Toilet Seat. Rear Of Inner Sleeve Features Two Nudes In Bath Tub.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore Rockin' The Fillmore
Pop Audiophile - LP SP 6008 Classic Records
Factory Sealed 2002 2LP 200gm Quiex SV-P Reissue Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Humble Pie Humble Pie
Pop New - LP SP 3127 A&M
Sealed 1970 LP, Small Saw Notch. Label Variation Unknown. Hard Driving Blues-Rock Meets Country-Folk. .................(It' actually a 2nd issue original is SP 4270...............JT (09/22/11)... more details
 
Humble Pie - Town And Country Town And Country
Pop Used - LP IMSP 027 Immediate
1969 UK Pink Label Original, 1U/1U Matrixes. LP Appears Unplayed. Anyone Who Thinks Of Humble Pie Solely In Terms Of Their Latter-Day Boogie Rock Will Be Greatly Surprised With This, The Band's Second Release, For It Is Almost Entirely Acoustic. There Is A Gently Rocking Cover Of Buddy Holly's "Heartbeat," And A Couple Of Electrified Steve Marriott Numbers, But The Overall Feel Is Definitely More Of The Country Than The Town Or City. "The Sad Bag Of Shaky Jake" Is A Typical Marriott Country Ditty, Similar To Those He Would Include Almost As A Token On Each Of The Subsequent Studio Albums, And "Every Mother's Son" Is Structured As A Folk Tale. On "The Light Of Love," Marriott Even Plays Sitar. Peter Frampton's Contributions Here Foreshadow The Acoustic-Based Music He Would Make As A Solo Artist A Few Years Later. Recommended.... more details
 
Humble Pie - As Safe As Yesterday Is As Safe As Yesterday Is
Pop Used - LP IMOCS 101 Immediate
Stunning 1969 Deep Groove White Label Promo Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. “Humble Pie, Known As Boogie Hammerheads, At Least Once Achieved American Popularity In The Mid-'70s. Its Origins Were Quite Different, However, And Its Debut Album, As Safe As Yesterday Is, Is A Visionary Blend Of Hard Blues, Crushing Rock, Pastoral Folk, And Post-Mod Pop. It Would Be Even More Impressive If The Group Had Written Songs To Support Its Sound, But It Seemed To Have Overlooked That Element Of The Equation. Still, There's No Denying That The Sound Of The Band Isn't Just Good, It's Quite Engaging, As The Band Bring Disparate Elements Together, Letting Them Bump Up Against Each Other, Forming A Wildly Rich Blend Of Hippie Folk And Deeply Sexy Blues. Musically, This Set A Template For A Lot Of Bands That Followed Later -- Led Zeppelin Seemed To Directly Lift Parts Of This, And Paul Weller Would Later Rely Heavily On This For His '90s Comeback -- And It's Very Intriguing, Even Rewarding, On That Level. But It Falls Short Of A Genuine Classic, Even With Its Originality And Influence, Because The Songwriting Is Rarely More Than A Structure For The Playing And The Album Often Sounds More Like A Period Piece Than An Album That Defined Its Times.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Street Rats Street Rats
Pop Used - LP SP 4514 A&M
1975 White Label Promo. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Humble Pie - On To Victory On To Victory
Pop New - LP SD 38-122 Atco
Sealed 1980 Original. Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Humble Pie - The Best The Best
Pop Used - LP SP 3208 A&M
Hard To Find 1982 Compilation Featuring A Cheesecake Cover Photo (Kinda).... more details
 
Humble Pie - Lost And Found Lost And Found
Pop New - LP SP 3513 A&M
Factory Sealed 2LP Gatefold Original, Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. First U.S. Release Of "Town And Country" And "Safe As Yesterday." Small, Clean COH.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Back Home Again Back Home Again
Pop Used - LP IML 1005 Immediate
Beautiful 1976 UK Laminated Jacket Original. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore Rockin' The Fillmore
Pop Audiophile - LP SP 6008 Classic Records
2LP 200gm Quiex SV-P Vinyl. Gatefold Jacket Has Hint Of Wear, Top Right Corner Ding; Vinyl Is In Open, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Humble Pie - As Safe As Yesterday Is As Safe As Yesterday Is
Pop Used - LP IMOCS 101 Immediate
Stunning 1969 Deep Groove, White Label Promo Stereo. “Humble Pie, Known As Boogie Hammerheads, At Least Once Achieved American Popularity In The Mid-'70s. Its Origins Were Quite Different, However, And Its Debut Album, As Safe As Yesterday Is, Is A Visionary Blend Of Hard Blues, Crushing Rock, Pastoral Folk, And Post-Mod Pop. It Would Be Even More Impressive If The Group Had Written Songs To Support Its Sound, But It Seemed To Have Overlooked That Element Of The Equation. Still, There's No Denying That The Sound Of The Band Isn't Just Good, It's Quite Engaging, As The Band Bring Disparate Elements Together, Letting Them Bump Up Against Each Other, Forming A Wildly Rich Blend Of Hippie Folk And Deeply Sexy Blues. Musically, This Set A Template For A Lot Of Bands That Followed Later -- Led Zeppelin Seemed To Directly Lift Parts Of This, And Paul Weller Would Later Rely Heavily On This For His '90s Comeback -- And It's Very Intriguing, Even Rewarding, On That Level. But It Falls Short Of A Genuine Classic, Even With Its Originality And Influence, Because The Songwriting Is Rarely More Than A Structure For The Playing And The Album Often Sounds More Like A Period Piece Than An Album That Defined Its Times.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Eat It Eat It
Pop New - LP SP 3701 A&M
First Sealed Copy We Have Seen Of This 1973 2LP Gatefold Original With 20 Page Souvenir Booklet And Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. The Last Humble Pie Record To Capture The Rough And Tumble Spirit Of Their Heyday.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Eat It Eat It
Pop Used - LP SP 3701 A&M
Beautiful 1973 2LP Gatefold Original (Brown Labels) With 20 Page Souvenir Booklet And Custom Song Listing Insert. The Last Humble Pie Record To Capture The Rough And Tumble Spirit Of Their Heyday. Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Smokin' Smokin'
Pop New - LP SP 3132 A&M
1972 Tan Label Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. A Prime Slice Of Boogie Rock.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Go For The Throat Go For The Throat
Pop New - LP SD 38-131 Atco
Sealed 1981 Original.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Humble Pie Humble Pie
Pop Used - LP SP 4270 A&M
Stunning 1970 Brown Label Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed. M1/M1 Stampers. Extremely Hard To Find Without Ring Wear On The Back Cover. “Alternating Hard-Driving Blues-Rockers With Country-Folk Numbers, Humble Pie Neatly Showcases The Two Sides Of This Band's Personality On Their First Release For A Major American Label And Third Album Overall. All Of The Elements Are In Place For The Sound That Would Reach Its Studio Peak With The Next Release, Rock On, And Culminate With The Classic Live At The Fillmore Album. "Earth And Water Song" Provides A Blueprint For The Acoustic Guitar-Based Sound Peter Frampton Would Ride To Multi-Platinum Success As A Solo Artist Later In The Decade. "One Eyed Trouser-Snake Rumba" And "Red Light Mama, Red Hot!" Show The Hard-Rocking Direction In Which Steve Marriott Would Move The Band After Frampton's Departure The Following Year.” Jim Newsom, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Crust Of Humble Pie Crust Of Humble Pie
Pop Used - LP 5C 048-50720 Emidisc
Laminated Cover Dutch Pressing. Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Humble Pie - As Safe As Yesterday Is As Safe As Yesterday Is
Pop New - LP IMOCS 101 Immediate
Sealed 1969 Deep Groove Stereo Original. “Humble Pie, Known As Boogie Hammerheads, At Least Once Achieved American Popularity In The Mid-'70s. Its Origins Were Quite Different, However, And Its Debut Album, As Safe As Yesterday Is, Is A Visionary Blend Of Hard Blues, Crushing Rock, Pastoral Folk, And Post-Mod Pop. It Would Be Even More Impressive If The Group Had Written Songs To Support Its Sound, But It Seemed To Have Overlooked That Element Of The Equation. Still, There's No Denying That The Sound Of The Band Isn't Just Good, It's Quite Engaging, As The Band Bring Disparate Elements Together, Letting Them Bump Up Against Each Other, Forming A Wildly Rich Blend Of Hippie Folk And Deeply Sexy Blues. Musically, This Set A Template For A Lot Of Bands That Followed Later -- Led Zeppelin Seemed To Directly Lift Parts Of This, And Paul Weller Would Later Rely Heavily On This For His '90s Comeback -- And It's Very Intriguing, Even Rewarding, On That Level. But It Falls Short Of A Genuine Classic, Even With Its Originality And Influence, Because The Songwriting Is Rarely More Than A Structure For The Playing And The Album Often Sounds More Like A Period Piece Than An Album That Defined Its Times.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Humble Pie Humble Pie
Pop New - LP SP 4270 A&M
Sealed 1970 Brown Label Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Jacket. Extremely Hard To Find Without Ring Wear On The Back Cover. “Alternating Hard-Driving Blues-Rockers With Country-Folk Numbers, Humble Pie Neatly Showcases The Two Sides Of This Band's Personality On Their First Release For A Major American Label And Third Album Overall. All Of The Elements Are In Place For The Sound That Would Reach Its Studio Peak With The Next Release, Rock On, And Culminate With The Classic Live At The Fillmore Album. "Earth And Water Song" Provides A Blueprint For The Acoustic Guitar-Based Sound Peter Frampton Would Ride To Multi-Platinum Success As A Solo Artist Later In The Decade. "One Eyed Trouser-Snake Rumba" And "Red Light Mama, Red Hot!" Show The Hard-Rocking Direction In Which Steve Marriott Would Move The Band After Frampton's Departure The Following Year.” Jim Newsom, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Lost And Found Lost And Found
Pop New - LP SP 3513 A&M
Factory Sealed 2LP Gatefold Original, Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. First U.S. Release Of "Town And Country" And "Safe As Yesterday."... more details
 
Humble Pie - Humble Pie Humble Pie
Pop Used - LP SP 4270 A&M
Beautiful 1970 Brown Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. P1/P1 Stampers. Hint Of Ring Wear On The Back Cover. “Alternating Hard-Driving Blues-Rockers With Country-Folk Numbers, Humble Pie Neatly Showcases The Two Sides Of This Band's Personality On Their First Release For A Major American Label And Third Album Overall. All Of The Elements Are In Place For The Sound That Would Reach Its Studio Peak With The Next Release, Rock On, And Culminate With The Classic Live At The Fillmore Album. "Earth And Water Song" Provides A Blueprint For The Acoustic Guitar-Based Sound Peter Frampton Would Ride To Multi-Platinum Success As A Solo Artist Later In The Decade. "One Eyed Trouser-Snake Rumba" And "Red Light Mama, Red Hot!" Show The Hard-Rocking Direction In Which Steve Marriott Would Move The Band After Frampton's Departure The Following Year.” Jim Newsom, All Music Guide.... more details
 
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Rockin' The Fillmore
Pop Used - LP SP 6008 A&M
1971 2LP Gatefold. Hint Of Ring Wear And The Start Of Side 2 Has A Superficial Scuff Which Is Inaudible.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore Rockin' The Fillmore
Pop Used - LP SP 6008 A&M
1971 2LP Gatefold. Hint Of Ring Wear And The Start Of Side 2 Has A Superficial Scuff Which Is Inaudible.... more details
 
Humble Pie - As Safe As Yesterday Is As Safe As Yesterday Is
Pop Used - LP IMOCS 101 Immediate
1969 Deep Groove Stereo Original. Appears Unplayed. “Humble Pie, Known As Boogie Hammerheads, At Least Once Achieved American Popularity In The Mid-'70s. Its Origins Were Quite Different, However, And Its Debut Album, As Safe As Yesterday Is, Is A Visionary Blend Of Hard Blues, Crushing Rock, Pastoral Folk, And Post-Mod Pop. It Would Be Even More Impressive If The Group Had Written Songs To Support Its Sound, But It Seemed To Have Overlooked That Element Of The Equation. Still, There's No Denying That The Sound Of The Band Isn't Just Good, It's Quite Engaging, As The Band Bring Disparate Elements Together, Letting Them Bump Up Against Each Other, Forming A Wildly Rich Blend Of Hippie Folk And Deeply Sexy Blues. Musically, This Set A Template For A Lot Of Bands That Followed Later -- Led Zeppelin Seemed To Directly Lift Parts Of This, And Paul Weller Would Later Rely Heavily On This For His '90s Comeback -- And It's Very Intriguing, Even Rewarding, On That Level. But It Falls Short Of A Genuine Classic, Even With Its Originality And Influence, Because The Songwriting Is Rarely More Than A Structure For The Playing And The Album Often Sounds More Like A Period Piece Than An Album That Defined Its Times.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Smokin' Smokin'
Pop Audiophile - LP APP 4342 Analogue Productions
Sealed 2009 Limited Edition 200gm Reissue. When Peter Frampton Left Humble Pie, The Band He Co-Founded, The Group Replaced Him With Fireball Guitarist Clem Clemson. And Humble Pie Grew A Whole Lot More Raucous, More Freewheeling And Downright Greasy. Smokin', The First Album With Clemson, Is Unquestionably Their Greatest With Steve Marriott's Soulful Wail Totally Unleashed. Smokin' Yielded The Group's Most Memorable Anthem - "30 Days In The Hole." Cut By Kevin Gray At Acoustech Mastering With The Most Intense Attention Paid To Every Minute Detail, This Reissue Is Positively Smokin'!... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore Rockin' The Fillmore
Pop New - LP MELT 004 Wax Cathedral
Sealed 2012 2LP Gatefold Pressed At RTI. A Soulful, Bluesy Live Set Recorded When Peter Frampton Was Still In The Band. Features A 16 Minute Version Of Muddy Waters' "Rollin' Stone."... more details
 
Humble Pie - Eat It Eat It
Pop Used - LP SP 3701 A&M
Finest Copy We Have Seen Of This 1973 2LP White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover With 20 Page Souvenir Booklet And Custom Brown, Die-Cut A&M Inner Sleeves. The Last Humble Pie Record To Capture The Rough And Tumble Spirit Of Their Heyday. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Humble Pie - As Safe As Yesterday As Safe As Yesterday
Pop New - LP GET 549 Get Back
Sealed Gatefold Import Reissue.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rock On Rock On
Pop Used - LP 85 199 IT A&M
Beautiful 1971 German Brown Label Original Housed In A Fully Laminated Gatefold Cover. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rock On Rock On
Pop New - LP SP 4301 A&M
Factory Sealed 1971 Brown Label Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore Rockin' The Fillmore
Pop New - LP SP 3506 A&M
Sealed 1971 2LP Gatefold Original With Clean Cut Out Hole. A Soulful, Bluesy Live Set Recorded When Peter Frampton Was Still In The Band. Features A 16 Minute Version Of Muddy Waters' "Rollin' Stone."... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore Rockin' The Fillmore
Pop New - LP SP 3506 A&M
Factory Sealed 1971 2LP Gatefold Original. A Soulful, Bluesy Live Set Recorded When Peter Frampton Was Still In The Band. Features A 16 Minute Version Of Muddy Waters' "Rollin' Stone." Two Small Center Bottom Seam Splits, Hence Price.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Live At Winterland Live At Winterland
Pop Used - LP CLP 5128 Cleopatra
2011 2LP 180gm Gatefold. Recorded Live At San Francisco's Winterland Theater on May 6, 1973.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Town And Country Town And Country
Pop Used - LP CR 300016 (FC) Charly / Immediate
Tough To Find 1975 UK Reissue Of The Rare 1969 Immediate Label Original Featuring Entirely Different Cover Art.... more details
 
Humble Pie - California '81 California '81
Pop Used - LP CLP 7546 Cleopatra
Out Of Print 2012 180gm Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Lost And Found Lost And Found
Pop New - LP SP 3513 A&M
Factory Sealed 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. First U.S. Release Of "Town And Country" And "Safe As Yesterday." Crisp Corners.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore Rockin' The Fillmore
Pop Audiophile - LP SP 3506 Classic Records
Factory Sealed 2003 2LP 180gm HQ Test Pressing.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Town And Country Town And Country
Pop Used - LP IMSP-027 Immediate
Beautiful 1969 UK Pink Label Original With 1U/1U Stampers. LP Appears Unplayed. Jacket Has Light Shelf Wear, Hence Price. “Anyone Who Thinks Of Humble Pie Solely In Terms Of Their Latter-Day Boogie Rock Will Be Greatly Surprised With This, The Band's Second Release, For It Is Almost Entirely Acoustic. There Is A Gently Rocking Cover Of Buddy Holly's "Heartbeat," And A Couple Of Electrified Steve Marriott Numbers, But The Overall Feel Is Definitely More Of The Country Than The Town Or City. "The Sad Bag Of Shaky Jake" Is A Typical Marriott Country Ditty, Similar To Those He Would Include Almost As A Token On Each Of The Subsequent Studio Albums, And "Every Mother's Son" Is Structured As A Folk Tale. On "The Light Of Love," Marriott Even Plays Sitar. Peter Frampton's Contributions Here Foreshadow The Acoustic-Based Music He Would Make As A Solo Artist A Few Years Later. As A Whole, This Is A Crisp, Cleanly Recorded, Attractive-Sounding Album, Totally Atypical Of The Humble Pie Catalog, But Well Worth A Listen.” Jim Newsom, AMG.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore Rockin' The Fillmore
Pop Used - LP SP 3506 A&M
Beautiful 1971 2LP Brown Label Gatefold Original With Shrink Wrap Intact. A Soulful, Bluesy Live Set Recorded When Peter Frampton Was Still In The Band. Features A 16 Minute Version Of Muddy Waters' "Rollin' Stone."... more details
 
Humble Pie - Rock On Rock On
Pop Used - LP SP 4301 A&M
1971 Brown Label Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Eat It Eat It
Pop Used - LP SP 3701 A&M
Stunning 1973 2LP White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Fresh Humble Hype Sticker. Clean Cut Out Hole. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Town & Country Town & Country
Pop Used - LP SBA 16014 Daffodil
Rare 1973 Silver Foil Cover Canadian First Pressing. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Lost And Found Lost And Found
Pop Used - LP SP 3513 A&M
1972 2LP White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Clean Cut Out Hole. Bth LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Combines "Town And Country" And "As Safe As Yesterday."... more details
 
Humble Pie - Smokin' Smokin'
Pop New - LP SP 4342 A&M
First Sealed 1972 Original We Have Ever Had In Stock. “After A Couple Of Years Of Relentless Touring, Humble Pie Capitalized On Their Loyal U.S. Following To Capture The Market With This, Their Fifth Studio Album. Although Lead Guitarist Peter Frampton Was Replaced By Clem Clemson -- An Excellent Player -- The Band Remained Essentially The Same. Led By Singer/Guitarist Steve Marriott's Soulful Wail, The Group Enjoyed A Huge Hit From This Record, "30 Days In The Hole" -- The Track Which Defined The Pie's Not-So-Subtle Appeal. The Rest Of The Record Is Equally Funky And Intriguing. Stephen Stills Guests On "Road Runner 'G' Jam," Playing Some Nasty Hammond Organ Fills. In The End, Though, The Group Defined Themselves As The Undisputed Leaders Of The Boogie Movement In The Early 1970s, As A Band.” Matthew Greenwald, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Greatest Hits Greatest Hits
Pop Used - LP IML 2005 Immediate
1977 UK White Label First Pressing Of This Compilation. Shrink Wrap Intact With The Original Tower Records Price Tag And Peter Frampton Hype Sticker On The Cover.... more details
 
Humble Pie - Smokin' Smokin'
Pop Audiophile - LP APP 3432 Analogue Productions
Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2009 180gm Reissue Remastered By Kevin Gray. Appears Unplayed. “After A Couple Of Years Of Relentless Touring, Humble Pie Capitalized On Their Loyal U.S. Following To Capture The Market With This, Their Fifth Studio Album. Although Lead Guitarist Peter Frampton Was Replaced By Clem Clemson -- An Excellent Player -- The Band Remained Essentially The Same. Led By Singer/Guitarist Steve Marriott's Soulful Wail, The Group Enjoyed A Huge Hit From This Record, "30 Days In The Hole" -- The Track Which Defined The Pie's Not-So-Subtle Appeal. The Rest Of The Record Is Equally Funky And Intriguing. Stephen Stills Guests On "Road Runner 'G' Jam," Playing Some Nasty Hammond Organ Fills. In The End, Though, The Group Defined Themselves As The Undisputed Leaders Of The Boogie Movement In The Early 1970s, As A Band.” Matthew Greenwald, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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