forming in 1969 and 1971, when Peter Frampton left the group, the
original line-up of Humble Pie released four studio albums and the live
album “Performance: Rockin’ The Fillmore”.
After Clem Clempson replaced Frampton the Pie had continued success in the mid seventies before finally disbanding after 1975’s release Street Rats.
In 1980 Marriott revived the Pie with a new line-up, including Bobby Tench and Anthony Williams, and released the albums “On To Victory” and “Go For The Throat” before disbanding again in 1983.
Although Jerry Shirley obtained the rights to the name Humble Pie in 1988 and created a new incarnation of the band a new studio album was not forthcoming until 2002’s “Back On Track” was released on Sanctuary Records.
|As Safe As Yesterday Is||Immediate||1969|
|Town and Country||Immediate||1969|
|Performance: Rockin The Fillmore||A&M||1971|
|On To Victory||Atco||1980|
|Go For The Throat||Polydor||1981|
|Live At The Cleveland Agora Theatre||Pie & Mash Records||1990|
|Natural Born Boogie||Band Of Joy||1995|
|King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents: Humble Pie In Concert||King Biscuit Flower Hour Records||1995|
|Running With The Pack||Alchemy Entertainment||1999|
|Live At The Whiskey A-Go-Go ’69||Castle Music||2001|
|Back On Track||Sanctuary Records||2002|
|From The Front Row … Live!||Silverline||2003|
|Live In New York 1971||Deadline Music||2012|