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Live in New York 1971
     

Live in New York 1971

by Humble Pie
 
Live in New York 1971 is an audience-recorded gig at the Academy of Music in New York. While the sound quality isn't great, it does feature the initial appearance of guitarist Clem Clempson, who took over after Peter Frampton left the band. This is typical Humble Pie boogie rock of the period, with

Overview

Live in New York 1971 is an audience-recorded gig at the Academy of Music in New York. While the sound quality isn't great, it does feature the initial appearance of guitarist Clem Clempson, who took over after Peter Frampton left the band. This is typical Humble Pie boogie rock of the period, with decent performances of "C'mon Everybody," "Four Day Creep," and "I Don't Need No Doctor." The only dud is the 18-minute cover of the Muddy Waters classic "Rollin' Stone," which gets tedious a lot sooner than it should. Humble Pie fans will want to pick up Live in New York 1971, but the best bet for casual listeners remains Rockin' the Fillmore, which has Frampton on lead guitar.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/30/2012
Label:
Cleopatra
UPC:
0741157943122
catalogNumber:
9431
Rank:
74842

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Performance Credits

Humble Pie   Primary Artist
Steve Marriott   Guitar,Vocals
Greg Ridley   Bass
Jerry Shirley   Drums
Clem Clempson   Guitar

Technical Credits

Ray Charles   Composer
Eddie Cochran   Composer
Ida Cox   Composer
Steve Marriott   Composer
Cecil Gant   Composer
Nick Ashford   Composer
Jerry Capehart   Composer
Muddy Waters   Composer
Greg Ridley   Composer
Jerry Shirley   Composer
Valerie Simpson   Composer
Clem Clempson   Composer
Jo Armstead   Composer
Dave Thompson   Liner Notes
R. Leveen   Composer

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