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Humble Pie Studio album by Humble Pie Released July 1970 Recorded Olympic Studios, London, England, 1970 Genre Hard rock Blues-rock Folk rock Length 42:37 Label A&M Producer Glyn Johns Humble Pie chronology Town and Country (1969) Humble Pie (1970) Rock On (1971) Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic link Humble Pie was the third studio album released by English rock group Humble Pie (band) in 1970, and their first with A&M Records. Contents 1 Album profile 2 Track listing 2.1 Album cover art 3 Album credits 4 Notes 5 External links Album profile Humble Pie was a transitional album and a harbinger of the band's new, heavier direction. The material was darker than their previous two efforts, with striking contrasts in volume and style — Peter Frampton's gentle "Earth and Water Song" is buttressed between two of the heaviest tracks on the record, the band composed [1] "One Eyed Trouser Snake Rumba," and a cover of Willie Dixon's "I'm Ready". Drummer Jerry Shirley contributed a rare lead vocal on his song "Only a Roach," a country-twinged ode to cannabis that also appeared as the B-side of the summer 1970 single "Big Black Dog". This was their first release under the auspices of new American manager Dee Anthony — who'd pushed for a louder, tighter sound both live and in the studio — and for their new label, A&M Records. At the end of 1969, the Pie's old label, Immediate, owned by Andrew Loog Oldham, went bankrupt — a saga chronicled by Marriott on the satirical ballad "Theme from Skint (See You Later Liquidator)". Track listing "Live With Me" - (Marriott/Frampton/Ridley/Shirley) - 7:55 "Only a Roach" - (Shirley) - 2:49 "One Eyed Trouser Snake Rumba" - (Marriott/Frampton/Ridley/Shirley) - 2:51 "Earth and Water Song" - (Frampton) - 6:18 "I'm Ready" - (Dixon) - 4:59 "Theme from Skint (See You Later Liquidator)" - (Marriott) - 5:43 "Red Light Mama, Red Hot!" - (Humble Pie, Lyrics-Marriott) - 6:16 "Sucking on the Sweet Vine" (Ridley) - 5:46 Album cover art "Humble Pie" is often referred to by fans as "The Beardsley Album," because of the distinct cover artwork by artist Aubrey Beardsley, an influential English illustrator and author best known for his erotic illustrations. Album credits Steve Marriott - guitar, keyboards, vocals Greg Ridley - bass, guitar, vocals Jerry Shirley - drums, guitar, vocals Peter Frampton - guitar, keyboards, vocals John Wilson - drums on "Only a Roach" B.J. Cole - steel guitar Recorded by Glyn (The Man) Johns at Olympic Sound Studios, London Mutual Ideas by Glyn Johns / Humble Pie Notes External links Humble-Pie.net - Humble Pie Info. Site Billboard.com album discography v · d · eHumble Pie Steve Marriott • Peter Frampton • Clem Clempson • Greg Ridley • Jerry Shirley Bobby Tench • Cozy Powell • Anthony "Sooty" Jones• Dave "Bucket" Colwell Studio albums As Safe As Yesterday Is • Town and Country • Humble Pie • Rock On • Smokin' • Eat It • Thunderbox • Street Rats • On to Victory • Go for the Throat • Back On Track Live albums Performance Rockin' the Fillmore• King Biscuit (live 1973) • Live At The Whiskey A-Go-Go '69 Compilations Best of Humble Pie • Classics Volume 14 • Early Years (Humble Pie album) Hot n' Nasty: The Anthology • The Scrubbers Sessions Archive • The Immediate Years: Natural Born Boogie • Running with the Pack • Natural Born Boogie: The BBC Sessions • Extended Versions (Humble Pie album) Twentieth Century Masters: The Millennium Collection • The Atlanta Years • Definitive Collection (Best Of) Singles "Natural Born Bugie" • "The Sad Bag of Shaky Jake" • "Big Black Dog" • "Shine On" • "I Don't Need No Doctor" • "Hot 'n' Nasty" • "30 Days in the Hole" • "Get Down to It" • "Shut Up and Don't Interrupt Me" • "Black Coffee" • "Oh La De Da" • "Ninety-Nine Pounds" • "Rock and Roll Music"