Humble Pie: Rock On – Album Of The Week Club review

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Humble Pie: Rock On

Humble Pie: Rock On album cover

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Shine On
Sour Grain
79th and Sunset
Stone Cold Fever
Rollin’ Stone
A Song for Jenny
The Light
Big George
Strange Days
Red Neck Jump

In 1971 Humble Pie exploded into major stardom with not one but two best-sellers. 

First – and released two months before Humble Pie’s historic Fillmore shows (and the runaway success of the live Performance: Rockin’ The Fillmore) – the band’s fourth album Rock On established their heavyweight credentials, with Steve Marriott singing R&B over heavy riffs the others came up with. Their final studio album with guitarist Peter Frampton, it contained wonderfully fresh tracks like Shine On and The Light

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