Humble Pie: Steve Marriott (vocals); Peter Frampton (guitar); Greg Ridley (bass); Jerry Shirley (drums).
Includes liner notes by Sal Nunziato.
Arranger: Humble Pie.
A nicely programmed best-of, more or less split between Humble Pie's occasionally adventurous period with Peter Frampton (including the best cuts from the classic PERFORMANCE--ROCKIN' THE FILLMORE), and their more commercially successful incarnation as extremely loud purveyors of the most basic blues-tinged rock.
Highlights include their cover of Ashford and Simpson's "I Don't Need No Doctor" (a ubiquitous radio presence in the early '70s), "Natural Born Woman" (adapted from Chuck Berry's "Little Queenie"), and "Four Day Creep" (written, unbeknownst to most of the band's fans, by jazz singer Ida Cox).
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