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45 Years Ago: Humble Pie Break Through on the Live ‘Performance Rockin’ the Fillmore’

The popularity and proliferation of live albums was a distinct phenomenon of '70s rock 'n' roll.

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Monty Fresco / Hulton Archive, Getty Images

45 Years Ago: Bruce Springsteen Wows Humble Pie in Opening Slot

On July 11, 1971, Humble Pie had difficulty following their opening act, the Bruce Springsteen Band.

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Central Press, Hulton Archive, Getty Images

The Story of Steve Marriott’s Last Days With the Small Faces

By the beginning of 1969, Steve Marriott was really growing tired of what he saw as the limitations of the Small Faces.

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45 Years Ago: Humble Pie Show Off Their Diversity With Their Eponymous LP

Humble Pie's third album, released in July 1970, saw them expanding their sound in search of success.

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40 Years Ago: Humble Pie Implode With ‘Street Rats’

Humble Pie's last album, 'Street Rats,' was released in February 1975.

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Evening Standard, Getty Images

45 Years Ago: Humble Pie Release ‘As Safe As Yesterday Is’

In August 1969, an LP made to resemble a stamped, and rather worse-for-wear, post-office parcel began cropping up in record-store shelves across the U.K.

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Humble Pie Perform On 'Midnight Special'

40 Years Ago: Humble Pie Release ‘Thunderbox’

Released in February 1974, Humble Pie’s seventh studio album, ‘Thunderbox’ was pivotal for the seminal hard rock group led by legendary vocalist and guitarist Steve Marriott. But not in a good way, as it signaled their commercial fall from grace.

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Evening Standard, Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Humble Pie, ‘Performance – Rockin’ The Fillmore: The Complete Recordings’ – Album Review

In 1971, the concept of a hard-rock band achieving its big commercial breakthrough with a double live album was nothing new. But the experience had to be a particularly satisfying one for Humble Pie.

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Weekend Songs: Humble Pie, ‘Good Booze and Bad Women’

Classic rock is about heavy hooks, power chords and tight harmonies. But it’s also about letting loose and enjoying the good times. And there’s no better time for that than Friday evening, when we pick up our paycheck, punch out of work and enjoy a couple days of much-needed rest and relaxation.

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Evening Standard, Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Humble Pie’s ‘Rockin’ the Fillmore’ Gets Boxed

Humble Pie's 1971 double live album 'Performance: Rockin’ the Fillmore' finally broke the British rock band in the U.S. after a couple years of missing the charts. The record reached No. 21 and gave the band the shot it needed to push forward.

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