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Four CD set. This ongoing series of Official Bootlegs now reaches it's fourth volume, allowing a glimpse of Humble Pie in their best setting - on stage. CD One was recorded at the Rhein-Neckar-Halle, Eppelheim in Germany on 27th September 1974, and kicks off with the title track from the album they were promoting at the time, 'Thunderbox'. Going back to 11th March 1974 at the Boston Music Hall, a similar set also kicks CD Two off with 'Thunderbox', as well as Chuck Berry's 'No Money Down' from the same album. After delivering 1975's Street Rats LP, Humble Pie split up for the remainder of the decade. Jumping forwards to 1980 when a reformed Pie were promoting their latest "On To Victory" album, the band could be found on 12th March at JB Scott's Theater, Albany, NY, USA. By this time, Humble Pie featured the vastly underrated line-up of Steve Marriott and Jerry Shirley, joined by Anthony Jones on bass, and the highly talented Bobby Tench on guitar and vocals. Featuring 'Infatuation' and 'Fool For A Pretty Face' from the aforementioned "On To Victory", unsurprisingly, the set features 'I Don't Need No Doctor' and 'Hallelujah (I Love Her So)' from "Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore" and finishes with a fan-pleasing rock 'n' roll medley of 'Route 66' / 'Be Bop A Lula' / 'Little Queenie' / 'Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On'. The following year, the band were promoting the "Go For The Throat" album when they hit Milwaukee's The Palms on 19th April 1981. "Go For The Throat" kicked off with a cover of Elvis Presley's 'All Shook Up', included here, as well as revisiting the Small Faces classic, 'Tin Soldier'. With a growing back catalogue, it made sense that tracks would appear in medley form, such as '30 Days in the Hole' / 'Hallelujah (I Love Her So)' / 'I Walk On Gilded Splinters' as well as 'Route 66' / 'Tulsa Time'.
Four CD set. This ongoing series of Official Bootlegs now reaches it's fourth volume, allowing a glimpse of Humble Pie in their best setting - on stage. CD One was recorded at the Rhein-Neckar-Halle, Eppelheim in Germany on 27th September 1974, and kicks off with the title track from the album they were promoting at the time, 'Thunderbox'. Going back to 11th March 1974 at the Boston Music Hall, a similar set also kicks CD Two off with 'Thunderbox', as well as Chuck Berry's 'No Money Down' from the same album. After delivering 1975's Street Rats LP, Humble Pie split up for the remainder of the decade. Jumping forwards to 1980 when a reformed Pie were promoting their latest "On To Victory" album, the band could be found on 12th March at JB Scott's Theater, Albany, NY, USA. By this time, Humble Pie featured the vastly underrated line-up of Steve Marriott and Jerry Shirley, joined by Anthony Jones on bass, and the highly talented Bobby Tench on guitar and vocals. Featuring 'Infatuation' and 'Fool For A Pretty Face' from the aforementioned "On To Victory", unsurprisingly, the set features 'I Don't Need No Doctor' and 'Hallelujah (I Love Her So)' from "Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore" and finishes with a fan-pleasing rock 'n' roll medley of 'Route 66' / 'Be Bop A Lula' / 'Little Queenie' / 'Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On'. The following year, the band were promoting the "Go For The Throat" album when they hit Milwaukee's The Palms on 19th April 1981. "Go For The Throat" kicked off with a cover of Elvis Presley's 'All Shook Up', included here, as well as revisiting the Small Faces classic, 'Tin Soldier'. With a growing back catalogue, it made sense that tracks would appear in medley form, such as '30 Days in the Hole' / 'Hallelujah (I Love Her So)' / 'I Walk On Gilded Splinters' as well as 'Route 66' / 'Tulsa Time'.
5013929922303

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Format: CD
Label: CRR
Rel. Date: 10/04/2019
UPC: 5013929922303

Tourin Vol 4: Official Bootleg Boxset
Artist: Humble Pie
Format: CD
New: Not currently available
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Thunderbox
2. Sweet Peace And Time
3. The Fixer
4. 30 Days In The Hole
5. Let Me Be Your Lovemaker
6. C'mon Everybody
7. I Don't Need No Doctor
8. Thunderbox
9. Sweet Peace And Time 1
10. 30 Days In The Hole 1
11. Four Day Creep 1
12. Medley: I Just Want To Make Love To You / No Money Down / Rollin' Stone 1
13. Let Me Be Your Lovemaker 1
14. C'mon Everybody 1
15. I Don't Need No Doctor 1
16. I Don't Need No Doctor 1
17. Infatuation 1
18. Hallelujah (I Love Her So) 1
19. 30 Days In The Hole 2
20. Fool For A Pretty Face 2
21. Medley: Route 66 / Be Bop A Lula / Little Queenie / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On 2
22. I Don't Need No Doctor 2
23. Infatuation 2
24. All Shook Up 2
25. Jerry's Drum Solo 2
26. 30 Days In The Hole / Hallelujah (I Love Her So) / I Walk On Gilded Splinters 2
27. Tune Up 2
28. Fool For A Pretty Face 2
29. Route 66 / Tulsa Time 3
30. Tin Soldier

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Four CD set. This ongoing series of Official Bootlegs now reaches it's fourth volume, allowing a glimpse of Humble Pie in their best setting - on stage. CD One was recorded at the Rhein-Neckar-Halle, Eppelheim in Germany on 27th September 1974, and kicks off with the title track from the album they were promoting at the time, 'Thunderbox'. Going back to 11th March 1974 at the Boston Music Hall, a similar set also kicks CD Two off with 'Thunderbox', as well as Chuck Berry's 'No Money Down' from the same album. After delivering 1975's Street Rats LP, Humble Pie split up for the remainder of the decade. Jumping forwards to 1980 when a reformed Pie were promoting their latest "On To Victory" album, the band could be found on 12th March at JB Scott's Theater, Albany, NY, USA. By this time, Humble Pie featured the vastly underrated line-up of Steve Marriott and Jerry Shirley, joined by Anthony Jones on bass, and the highly talented Bobby Tench on guitar and vocals. Featuring 'Infatuation' and 'Fool For A Pretty Face' from the aforementioned "On To Victory", unsurprisingly, the set features 'I Don't Need No Doctor' and 'Hallelujah (I Love Her So)' from "Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore" and finishes with a fan-pleasing rock 'n' roll medley of 'Route 66' / 'Be Bop A Lula' / 'Little Queenie' / 'Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On'. The following year, the band were promoting the "Go For The Throat" album when they hit Milwaukee's The Palms on 19th April 1981. "Go For The Throat" kicked off with a cover of Elvis Presley's 'All Shook Up', included here, as well as revisiting the Small Faces classic, 'Tin Soldier'. With a growing back catalogue, it made sense that tracks would appear in medley form, such as '30 Days in the Hole' / 'Hallelujah (I Love Her So)' / 'I Walk On Gilded Splinters' as well as 'Route 66' / 'Tulsa Time'.
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