- Released: November 15, 1988
- Label: A&M
Rolling Stone - 12/23/71, p.65
"...a powerful live recording whose weak moments in no way mitigate its overall impact. The good music here is so good that once you hear it, you'll want to own it..."
- 1.Four Day Creep
- 2.I'm Ready
- 3.Stone Cold Fever
- 4.I Walk On Gilded Splinters
- 5.Rolling Stone
- 6.Hallelujah (I Love Her So)
- 7.I Don't Need No Doctor
Originally released on LP as a double album.
Recorded live at The Fillmore East, New York.
Personnel: Steve Marriott (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards); Peter Frampton (vocals, guitar); Jerry Shirley (drums).
Audio Remixer: Eddie Kramer.
Photographers: Joel Brodsky; Randy Alpert; Shepard Sherbell.
Arranger: Humble Pie.
Recorded in 1971, shortly before guitarist Peter Frampton left the band, ROCKIN' presents Humble Pie live at New York City's Fillmore East. The British blues-rock group charges through a sweaty, high-octane set (originally released as a double LP) that includes the blistering stompers "Four Day Creep," "Stone Cold Fever," and "I Don't Need No Doctor." Although the entire ensemble is in top form on this seven-song disc, the record is a showcase for the astoundingly powerful vocals of former Small Faces frontman Steve Marriott (who, in his hard-rock mode, prefigures AC/DC's Bon Scott) and the heavy-blues riffage of Frampton (surprisingly enough, the guy could wield an axe), who would, of course, go on to record his own wildly successful concert album later in the decade.