Humble Pie Discography

Between 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 Humble PieAs Safe As Yesterday IsImmediate1969
Town And Country Humble PieTown and CountryImmediate1969
Humble PieA&M1970
Rock OnA&M1971
Performance: Rockin The FillmoreA&M1971
Smokin’A&M 1972
Eat ItA&M 1973
Humble Pie Thunderbox Cover ArtThunderboxA&M1974
Street Rats Humble PieStreet RatsA&M 1975
On To VictoryAtco1980
Go For The ThroatPolydor1981
Live At The Cleveland Agora TheatrePie & Mash Records1990
Natural Born BoogieBand Of Joy1995
King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents: Humble Pie In ConcertKing Biscuit Flower Hour Records1995
Running With The PackAlchemy Entertainment1999
Live At The Whiskey A-Go-Go ’69Castle Music2001
Back On TrackSanctuary Records2002
From The Front Row … Live!Silverline2003
Live In New York 1971Deadline Music2012
California ’81Cleopatra2012

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