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Hot N Nasty - Humble Pie - Smokin (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Tracks to originally released as album " Humble Pie " () Tracks to originally released as album " Rock On " () Tracks to originally released as double album " Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore " () Tracks to originally released as album " Smokin.
  2. There are other Humble Pie compilations in single disc format such as "The Best of" and "Classics Vol. 14" but both are small ("Best of" has 9 tracks!) and come no where near making the statement "Hot N Nasty" does. Bottom line: If you want to have one definitive collection of Humble Pie, this is it. Here are the albums covered by "Hot N Nasty"/5(16).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Smokin' on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - SP,A&M Records - SP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Club Edition • 4/5(19).
  4. "Hot 'N' Nasty," "You're So Good for Me," and the nine-minute "I Wonder" are all taken from Smokin', which became their most successful album, gaining a number six spot on the album charts. The last eight cuts speak for Humble Pie's most disappointing albums, as the band somehow lost their homespun grittiness and their talent for producing.
  5. Background. The album was Humble Pie's first following the departure of guitarist Peter Frampton, which placed singer and co-founder Steve Marriott as the band's de facto leader. Smokin' is the band's best-selling album, due in large part to the success of the single "30 Days in the Hole". Smokin' includes dramatically slowed down versions of Eddie Cochran's "C'mon Everybody", Junior Walker's.
  6. So hot 'n' nasty. Hey Joe, don't forget to shake it While you're sleepin' on that bed You know it really makes it Look at me shake a leg, no. I got my head in a cloud I'm gonna stand up and shout I wanna sing out loud Oh, got to do it with the feelin' Now you gonna hit the ceiling. (Do you get the message?) yeah (Do you get the message?).
  7. Jul 29,  · In that respect, Smokin’ delivered on all counts, like opening brace Hot ‘N’ Nasty and The Fixer. The high point, and best-remembered moment now on classic rock radio, is 30 Days In The Hole. Soulful and sleazy – name-checking cocaine, heroin, a ‘greasy whore’ and varieties of hash – this was not-so humble Marriott truly telling.
  8. After a couple of years of relentless touring, Humble Pie capitalized on their loyal U.S. following to capture the market with this, their fifth studio album. Although lead guitarist Peter Frampton was replaced by Clem Clemson-- an excellent player -- the band remained essentially the by singer/guitarist Steve Marriott's soulful wail, the group enjoyed a huge hit from this record, "

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