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The Best Of The Frampton Years, '68-'71 (2008) (Size: 229.46 MB) (Files: 30)

 The Best Of The Frampton Years, '68-'71 (2008)

  17 - Humble Pie - For Your Love.mp3

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  18 - Humble Pie - Shine On.mp3

6.82 MB

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  Humble Pie - The Best Of The Frampton Years, '68-'71 (2008) Review.rtf

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  15 - Humble Pie - Road To Ride.mp3

5.67 MB

  16 - Humble Pie - I'm Ready.mp3

11.32 MB

  14 - Humble Pie - A Song For Jenny.mp3

5.88 MB

  13 - Humble Pie - The Light Of Love.mp3

6.83 MB

  12 - Humble Pie - Live With Me.mp3

17.97 MB

  11 - Humble Pie - 79th & Sunset.mp3

6.85 MB

  09 - Humble Pie - Four Day Creep - live @ the Beeb '70.mp3

7.79 MB

  08 - Humble Pie - The Sad Bag Of Shaky Jake.mp3

6.76 MB

  07 - Humble Pie - Strange Days (single edit).mp3

9.16 MB

  05 - Humble Pie - Red Light Mama - Red Hot.mp3

14.25 MB

  04 - Humble Pie - Stone Cold Fever.mp3

9.48 MB

  03 - Humble Pie - Buttermilk Boy.mp3

9.90 MB

  02 - Humble Pie - Natural Born Bugie (aka Natural Born Woman).mp3

9.73 MB

  01 - Humble Pie - I Don't Need No Doctor - live '71 (edit).mp3

10.87 MB

  06 - Humble Pie - I Walk On Guilded Splinters - live '71 (edit).mp3

18.62 MB

 I Walk On Guilded Splinters (2008)

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  Humble Pie - The Best Of The Frampton Years, '68-'71 (2008) Review.torrent.rtf

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  05 - Humble Pie - Mister Ring.mp3

4.82 MB

  04 - Humble Pie - The Earth & Water Song.mp3

14.45 MB

  03 - Humble Pie - Only A Roach (single version).mp3

6.31 MB

  02 - Humble Pie - The Light.mp3

7.58 MB

  01 - Humble Pie - I Walk On Guilded Splinters - live '71 (edit).mp3

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Recently in 2008, to celebrate 40 years since the reformation of the legendary super-group and pioneers of 'Heavy Metal' 'Humble Pie' this compilation and accompanying single were released. 'The Best Of The Frampton Years' truly captures the heart and soul of the origins of one of Rock Music's seldom heralded yet endearing bands, 'Humble Pie'. This classic line-up of the band, including Steve Marriott on lead vocals & rhythm guitar; Greg Ridley on lead vocals and bass guitar; Peter Frampton likewise adding lead vocals and blazing even trailblazing lead guitar solos and riffs; and, the young upstart, Jerry Shirley on drums and vocals released 4 studio albums, 5 singles and one spectacular live album that set the stage for Rock in concert for generations. Yes, 'Performance - Rockin' The Fillmore', ne'er a more aptly titled release, was the album to open the door to success for the members of The Pie albeit not as a single entity, because one Mr. Frampton had already been moved by his own winds of change to leave for greener pastures beyond the horizon. Still what he and the late, great, mighty midget, Steve Marriott, and recently departed multi-talent Greg Ridley accomplished together on those initial works - 'As Safe As Yesterday Is' & 'Town & Country' for Immediate Records, as well as the eponymous-titled, 'Humble Pie', which has proven to be the master work of the band, and not to forget the groundbreaking, Earth-shattering sounds of 'Rock On', their final studio album together, yes, what they accomplished together can and should not be forgotten. That is what this release dares to prove these 40 years later, that those records with Frampton were not throwaways nor were they anything approaching the Pop subtleties that Frampton became known for as a solo artist, nor the Rock 'n' Roll Soul of counterparts 'Grand Funk Railroad', whom Frampton, at the time, was rumoured to be joining, and yes, not the R&B / Blues of subsequent Pie releases featuring Dave 'Clem' Clempson a la '30 Days In The Hole'. No, what you will discover hear is that, indeed, without a shadow of a doubt, The Pie were loud, audacious, somewhat happy-go-lucky, riveting, bone-crunching, and downright great musicians who knew how to put on a show! So, check out this compilation, give it a spin or two, and check out the companion single, a slimmed-down edition of the concert-pleasing, 'I Walk On Guilded Splinters', with bonus tracks not on the album, as well as the rarity, 'Mister Ring', which until now had not been issued on CD ever before, and enjoy a heapin' helpin' of some freshly-baked, 'Humble Pie'. --- Rick Wilson, former longtime Rock Radio Journalist with Radio Canale Grande.

1) I Don't Need No Doctor: live '71 (single edit) - This was usually the concert closer, but occasionally opened later Pie shows, and in this edited single version, one truly can see why. This oozes power in 3 chords, and Steve Marriott really grabs you by the balls, literally (!) with some of his cravings as he wails away from the bottom of his heart. *****
2) Natural Born Bugie (aka Natural Born Woman) - Perhaps 'Get Back' influenced, but just slip into the groove that Greg and the boys do with such ease, and I am convinced that you will be doing the boogie for life! ****
3) Buttermilk Boy - This is the hardest Rocker on 'As Safe As Yesterday Is', and I'm sure after hearing this one if you aren't desiring any curdled milk products afterward that you will certainly agree that this is why The Pie were indeed the Forefathers of Heavy Rock! Crank it up! ***
4) Stone Cold Fever - One of the best riffs that Frampton has ever recorded, and yes, he has done many, but beyond that is the sonic spirituality of Steve's candid vocal and some pretty nifty Jazz elements to boot! I kind of liked this together with Carlos Santana's 'Jungle Strut'. ****
5) Red Light Mama, Red Hot - The 'Humble Pie' tour de force! Truly a classic gem from one of Rock's finest albums! Nice riff, and amazing vocals rapped around a bit of a conniving lyric that just leaves you numb! *****
6) I Walk On Guilded Splinters: live '71 (single edit) - The newly released single to commemorate 40 years since the super-group, 'Humble Pie' formed, and trimmed down to a much more listenable, if not thrilling version, that truly captures the spirit of what 'Humble Pie' were all about. This was in their live set for years before finally being released on 'Performance', but at 24-plus minutes on the 2LP, not easily consumable. This single version should right those, if any, wrongs, and encourage one to check out the other 15 minutes or so from the 'Rockin' The Fillmore' set. *****
7) Strange Days (single edit) - Not to be confused with the song of the same title from 'The Doors', this single version robs us of a bit of this mighty tune, but having never been released on CD before also gives in return. This was the song that proved to Steve and the gang that they could be more than just Heavy guitars, and still rip your lungs, heart and soul out with a passion that still stings to this day! Riveting! **** (single version), ***** (original album version)
8) The Sad Bag Of Shaky Jake - This was the band's second single, and kind of like the bridge between what Steve did in 'The Small Faces' to what 'Humble Pie' was becoming, a nifty little band with 3 great singers who could all be front men in separate bands, but together were passionate, victorious champions of Rock! *****
9) Four Day Creep: live @ BBC '70 - This rare jewel from the BBC archives once again spotlights The Pie rockin' out to a tune that wouldn't be released until a year later, yet had featured in their live set for already some time. My guess is that Steve was a bit under the influence on this one, but give it a listen to see if you can tell, for certain. In any case, the one-two punch of Frampton-Ridley was more than enough to cover for any absence of the miraculous midget. ***
10) One-Eyed Trouser-Snake Rumba - With a title like this, all this tune needed was a catchy riff, sly lyric and some nice musicianship to carry it into the annals of the likes of the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame! No, life, sadly, is not that simple, but this certainly is the epitome of '70's Rock, and is yet another reason why The Pie and their 1970 album, 'Humble Pie' should always be cited as one of the finest efforts in Rock music. This is what the likes of 'Kiss', 'Aerosmith' or any of their wannabes constantly strive to achieve - getting a rise out of the male listener, and those darned legs open of the female listener! That is what Rock 'n' Roll is all about, lest one should ever forget! I once heard a local Daytonian band called, 'Legend' do a nice cover of this with the guitar solo from 'Love Her All I Can' from the aforementioned painted-face ones, it was a nice combination. I wonder what happened to them? The original is always the best though, right? *****
11) 79th & Sunset - Steve Marriott had the knack. Yes, he had the knack for a great, catchy lyric. And, it was that knack that makes him forever endearing to millions around the world. Believe me, I'm still searching for that girl with the 'nut-crushing boobs, and genital lips'! lol ****
12) Live With Me - Before listening to this, crank up the speakers as loud as they can go, and then prepare yourself for The Chill. The Chill is what I call the blood-curdling, spine-tingling voice of Mr. Steve Marriott! This song showcases what he could accomplish given the proper atmosphere, groove, etc. This leaves the 'Stones', and their same-titled tune in the dust! Read 'em and weep, Mick! *****
13) The Light Of Love - Lest we forget, Greg Ridley occasionally sang lead alone, and not always in a supporting role with The Pie. Here is a nice little ditty featuring him with a slight touch of psychedelia that, if nothing else, leaves you craving more from the big guy. ***
14) A Song For Jenny - This was Steve at his solemn-most. The B-side to the 'I Don't Need No Doctor' single could have been the same thing 'Beth' was for 'Kiss' for The Pie, without all of the corniness. This certainly should have been Top 40 somewhere. Check it out! ****
15) Road To Ride - I still find it hard to believe that there are managers, or there were managers, in the seventies who heard something as amazing as this is, and told the band not to put it out! Maybe someone thought this was a bit too much lyrically like Johnny Cash, but this is certainly another point for the Old School in proving that even the throwaway songs of the '70's were ten times better than anything out there today! Sad commentary on life in 2008, but this speaks volumes about the quality of the outstanding music that was being delivered in those amazing years of our youth. ****
16) I'm Ready - Willie Dixon written, but this one has pure 'Humble Pie' written all over it! Listen, once again, for The Chill, and Frampton with his almighty, omnipotent power chords, and astound! *****
17) For Your Love - Yes, the band had a few covers, and yes, this is a lengthy one, but, once again, it fathoms the mind at why such a gem should have waited so long to be released! This again shows exactly what The Pie were all about - 3 great voices singing in harmony, wailing away, and setting right down into a groove to milk it for all that it was worth! Utterly amazing! *****
18) Shine On - The Hit that never was. Frampton's swan song with The Pie, and the omen of things to come. A nifty little number that has a deserved place among 'Humble Pie's best tunes. Written and sung by the man who had yet to come alive.

The single, 'I Walk On Guilded Splinters':

1) I Walk On Guilded Splinters: live '71 (single edit) ***** see above for comments
2) The Light - Peter Frampton written and sung, and a bit reminiscent of the songs he had recorded with 'The Herd'. Although the new compilation is referred to as 'The Best Of The Frampton Years, '68-'71', the CD contained only one Frampton tune, so to say. The single tries to rectify that, of sorts by adding another 2. Still, one should not forget that 'Humble Pie' was not just Peter Frampton, but 4 guys who were all equally qualified to carry the banner of Rock. ***
3) Only A Roach (single version) - This rare song sung by Jerry Shirley was the B-side to the 'Big, Black Dog' single, as well from the immaculate, 'Humble Pie' album from 1970. Like 'Mexican Blackbird' and other similar somewhat novelty tunes of the period from bands like 'ZZ Top', etc., this is simply a fun song with an interesting lyric that someone like Ringo Starr might have called a hit like his 'The No-No Song'. By the way, I don't hear any differences between the album or single versions. ***
4) The Earth & Water Song - When I first read the track-listing for the CD, this was the song that I missed the most, because this was one of my first personal favourites by The Pie. This lives and dies by the sword wielded from Peter Frampton, but I still cannot understand why he has never done this one solo, because it is all there - the Frampton charisma, balance and great penmanship. Still moving after all of these years. *****
5) Mister Ring - This is simply the instrumental portion of 'Strange Days' that was eliminated from that single and placed on the 'Shine On' single. Here it is released for the first time on CD, and should therefore satisfy the punters who have long sought after that somewhat forgotten single. ***
All-in-all, I am really glad that someone put this compilation together, because this band doesn't seem to get the appreciation that I feel they have long deserved. Maybe the folks in Cleveland will get their mitts on these tunes, and open their minds a bit. Then maybe not, but that's Rock 'n' Roll, and this was and is, forevermore, 'Humble Pie'! 'Rock On'!

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