Humble Pie Go For The Throat

Humble Pie - Go For The Throat (1981) [Japan Mini-CD]  Music

Posted by JET 1 at May 9, 2016
Humble Pie - Go For The Throat (1981) [Japan Mini-CD]

Humble Pie - Go For The Throat (1981) [Japan Mini-CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 411 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Rock | Label: Vivid Sound Coporation [Japan] | Catalog Number: VSCD4325

Go for the Throat is the tenth studio album recorded by the English rock band Humble Pie and the second with the new lineup including, guitarist and vocalist Steve Marriott, Drummer Jerry Shirley, American bassist Anthony "Sooty" Jones and vocalist and guitarist, Bobby Tench from The Jeff Beck Group. Marriott also brought in backing vocalists Marge Raymond, Dana Kral and Robin Beck, once again looking for a more authenthic and refined R&B sound and feel. Go For The Throat was released by Atco in 1981 and the new version of "Tin Soldier" reached #58 in the US single charts.
Humble Pie - On To Victory & Go For The Throat (1980 & 1981) [Re-Up]

Humble Pie - On To Victory & Go For The Throat (1980 & 1981)
Rock | 2LP on 1CD | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Collectables COL-CD-7810 | rel: 2005 | 490Mb

On to Victory is the eleventh studio album recorded by the English rock band Humble Pie and the first with a new lineup including, vocalist and guitarist Steve Marriott, Drummer Jerry Shirley, vocalist and guitarist Bobby Tench from The Jeff Beck Group, also the respected US East Coast bassist Anthony "Sooty" Jones. They recorded Fool for a Pretty Face, which Marriott had written earlier and the song proved good enough for them to secure a recording contract with Atco in 1980.
Humble Pie - Performance - Rockin' The Fillmore: The Complete Recordings (2013) [4CD BoxSet] {A&M Records}

Humble Pie - Performance - Rockin' The Fillmore: The Complete Recordings (2013) [4CD BoxSet] {A&M Records}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 1.61 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 497 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 127 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2013 A&M Records / Omnivore / UMG | 3751304
Rock / Blues Rock / Hard Rock

One of the world's greatest live albums is now four times greater! When Steve Marriott left the Small Faces (Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Class of 2012) to launch a new band in 1968, expectations were high. Marriott teamed with 18-year-old guitarist Peter Frampton, already a U.K. star through his work with The Herd, along with bassist Greg Ridley from Spooky Tooth, and 17-year-old drummer Jerry Shirley, who Steve Marriott had used as a session player for Andrew Loog Oldham s Immediate Record Label.
Humble Pie - Performance Rockin' The Fillmore (Japanese mini-LP) (1971) [Re-Up]

Humble Pie - Performance Rockin' The Fillmore (Japanese mini-LP) (1971)
Rock | 1cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
A&M, UICY-93221; 24-bit remaster | rem: 2007 | 480Mb

Recorded while Peter Frampton was still in the band, Performance: Rockin' the Fillmore captures an early performance by Humble Pie where Steve Marriot's lyricism and ideas where balanced by Frampton's searing lead guitar. This is hardly as engaging as As Safe Yesterday Is, which had studiocraft along with songcraft, but as a document of a band at a pivotal point in their existence, this is valuable and at times insightful.
Humble Pie - Performance Rockin' the Fillmore (1971)

Humble Pie - Performance Rockin' the Fillmore (1971)
rock | 1cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | HQ covers
A&M (75021 6008 2) | rel: 1990 | 450Mb

Recorded while Peter Frampton was still in the band, Performance: Rockin' the Fillmore captures an early performance by Humble Pie where Steve Marriot's lyricism and ideas where balanced by Frampton's searing lead guitar. This is hardly as engaging as As Safe Yesterday Is, which had studiocraft along with songcraft, but as a document of a band at a pivotal point in their existence, this is valuable and at times insightful.

Humble Pie - Live At The Whisky A-Go-Go (1969)  

Posted by uff at May 30, 2012
Humble Pie - Live At The Whisky A-Go-Go (1969)

Humble Pie - Live At The Whisky A-Go-Go (1969)
ISO | PPCM 24bit-96kHz 2.0; DD 24bit-48kHz 5.1 | 3400MB
Silverline 2001 | HQ covers

This audio DVD of music from Humble Pie's U.S. tour in 1969 constitutes a helpful addition to the band's early recording history, which had been limited to the pair of studio LPs cut for Immediate Records. The opening number is an all-acoustic reworking of Graham Gouldman's "For Your Love," a showcase for Peter Frampton's acoustic guitar and Steve Marriott's soul shouting, and about as different as one could imagine from the compact, punchy Yardbirds rendition. The drums and the harder playing kicks in for "Shakin' All Over," which is similarly bent out of its familiar shape and pushed – Frampton and Marriott's guitars and vocals are all over the map on the song, which is just about recognizable despite the absence of the familiar central guitar riff.
Humble Pie - Hot 'N' Nasty Rockin' The Winterland (2010) [Japan Mini-CD]

Humble Pie - Hot 'N' Nasty Rockin' The Winterland (2010) [Japan Mini-CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 515 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Rock | Label: Vivid Music [Japan] | Catalog Number: VSCD-4326

This concert was recorded while the band was promoting Eat It!, a double LP that featured three sides of studio songs and one side of live material. Though Eat It! went to the Top 15, and Humble Pie had firmly established themselves as a powerful live act, the band's powers (and their popularity) seemed to gradually decline following this tour. The band returned in 1974 with Thunderbox, but the constant focus by the media and the fans on Steve Marriott began taking its toll within the group. In 1975, Humble Pie reunited in the studio with ex-manager Andrew Oldham, and recorded Street Rats, a quirky collection of tracks, including three Beatles covers. The band embarked on a "Farewell" tour, and called it a day. Soon after the demise of Humble Pie, Marriott recruited Ridley for a solo album and tour, and in 1977 and 1978, participated in an unsuccessful Small Faces reunion. Clempson joined the Jack Bruce Band, and Shirley played with Natural Gas and Magnet, neither of which saw any real commercial success.
Humble Pie - Hot 'N' Nasty: The Anthology (1994) [2CD] Repost

Humble Pie - Hot 'N' Nasty: The Anthology (1994) [2CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 942 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 360 Mb | Scans | TTime: 02:27:41
Genre: Hard Rock, Blues Rock, R&B | Label: A&M Records | Cat.№: 31454 0164-2 (D 203260)

Hot 'N' Nasty takes 31 tracks and spreads them across two discs, competently representing Humble Pie's blues boogie sound through the span of nine albums. Not only does this set compile the most worthy material from the band, but it also demonstrates how their sound changed slightly as the 1970s progressed. "Hot 'n' Nasty" was the sixth single by English rock outfit Humble Pie, one of the first supergroups of the 1960s-'70s. Released in 1972, the song peaked at #52 on the US Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The B-side is "You're So Good for Me".

Humble Pie - Humble Pie (1970) REPOST  

Posted by uff at March 11, 2013
Humble Pie - Humble Pie (1970) REPOST

Humble Pie - Humble Pie (1970)
rock | 1cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Universal UICY-93219 | rel: 2007 | 300mb

Alternating hard-driving blues-rockers with country-folk numbers, Humble Pie neatly showcases the two sides of this band's personality on their first release for a major American label and third album overall. All of the elements are in place for the sound that would reach its studio peak with the next release, Rock On, and culminate with the classic Live at the Fillmore album. "Earth and Water Song" provides a blueprint for the acoustic guitar-based sound Peter Frampton would ride to multi-platinum success as a solo artist later in the decade. "One Eyed Trouser-Snake Rumba" and "Red Light Mama, Red Hot!" show the hard-rocking direction in which Steve Marriott would move the band after Frampton's departure the following year.

The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon  

Posted by Saunt at July 16, 2009
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon

The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon
Publisher: Pocket | ISBN: 0671042858 | edition 2000 | PDF | 74 pages | 1,64 mb

"The world had teeth and it could bite you with them anytime it wanted." King's new novelAwhich begins with that sentenceAhas teeth, too, and it bites hard. Readers will bite right back. Always one to go for the throat, King crafts a story that concerns not just anyone lost in the Maine-New Hampshire woods, but a plucky nine-year-old girl, and from a broken home, no less. This stacked deck is flush with aces, however. King has always excelled at writing about children, and Trisha McFarland, dressed in jeans and a Red Sox jersey and cap when she wanders off the forest path, away from her mother and brother and toward tremendous danger, is his strongest kid character yet, wholly believable and achingly empathetic in her vulnerability and resourcefulness.