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Humble Pie

Private's (New York, NY)

Mar 25, 1981

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  1. 1 soundcheck / stage banter 02:04
  2. 2 I Don't Need No Doctor 10:30
  3. 3 Song Intro 00:31
  4. 4 Infatuation 05:51
  5. 5 Song Intro 00:49
  6. 6 All Shook Up 02:31
  7. 7 Jerry Shirley introduction 00:09
  8. 8 Drum Solo 02:39
  9. 9 30 Days In The Hole / Jam / I Walk On Guilded Splinters / 30 Days In The Hole (reprise) 22:54
  10. 10 Song Intro 01:14
  11. 11 Tin Soldier 03:16
  12. 12 Song Intro 00:13
  13. 13 Fool For A Pretty Face 05:37
  14. 14 encore applause / stage banter / noodling 02:01
  15. 15 Medley: Route 66 / Tulsa Time / Be Bop A Lula 13:02
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Liner Notes

Steve Marriott - guitar, lead vocals
Bob Tench - guitar, vocals
Anthony "Sooty" Jones - bass, vocals
Jerry Shirley - drums

The final lineup of Humble Pie, featuring ex-Jeff Beck Group singer Bob Tench on second guitar and bassist Sooty Jones ably augmenting founding members Steve Marriott and Jerry Shirley. Using borrowed equipment (the bands equipment was stolen earlier that day), the group takes to the club stage of the short lived Private's in New York City. Recorded for the King Biscuit Flower Hour, here the performance is presented in it's unedited, profanity filled entirety.

This all too brief tour was essentially Humble Pie's last hurrah before calling it quits for good. Regardless, this is a high energy performance showcasing material from their soon-to-be-released "Go For The Throat" album, in addition to several classics from the bands' 1970s repertoire. Highlights include a seering "I Don't Need No Doctor" to open the set, the debut live Pie performance of the Small Faces classic, "Tin Soldier," and a highly extended jam on "30 Days In The Hole." The latter excursion clocks in at nearly 23 minutes and includes a brief diversion into Dr. John's "I Walk On Guilded Splinters."

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Steve Marriott - guitar, lead vocals
Bob Tench - guitar, vocals
Anthony "Sooty" Jones - bass, vocals
Jerry Shirley - drums

The final lineup of Humble Pie, featuring ex-Jeff Beck Group singer Bob Tench on second guitar and bassist Sooty Jones ably augmenting founding members Steve Marriott and Jerry Shirley. Using borrowed equipment (the bands equipment was stolen earlier that day), the group takes to the club stage of the short lived Private's in New York City. Recorded for the King Biscuit Flower Hour, here the performance is presented in it's unedited, profanity filled entirety.

This all too brief tour was essentially Humble Pie's last hurrah before calling it quits for good. Regardless, this is a high energy performance showcasing material from their soon-to-be-released "Go For The Throat" album, in addition to several classics from the bands' 1970s repertoire. Highlights include a seering "I Don't Need No Doctor" to open the set, the debut live Pie performance of the Small Faces classic, "Tin Soldier," and a highly extended jam on "30 Days In The Hole." The latter excursion clocks in at nearly 23 minutes and includes a brief diversion into Dr. John's "I Walk On Guilded Splinters."