Details about HUMBLE PIE - On To Victory / Go For The Throat ( 2 Disc Set ) Bonus Disc Live 81HUMBLE PIE - On To Victory / Go For The Throat ( 2 Disc Set ) Bonus Disc Live 81 See original listing
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1. Fool For A Pretty Face
2. You Soppy Pratt
4. Take It From Here
5. Savin' It
6. Baby Don't You Do It
7. Get It In The End
8. My Lover's Prayer
9. Further Down The Road
10. Over You
11. All Shook Up
12. Teenage Anxiety
13. Tin Soldier
14. Keep It On The Island
16. Restless Blood
17. Go For The Throat
18. Lottie And The Charcoal Queen
19. Chip Away (The Stone)
DISC 2: LIVE 1981:
1. I Don't Need No Doctor - (live)
2. Infatuation - (live)
3. 30 Days In The Hole - (live)
4. Tin Soldier - (live)
5. Fool For A Pretty Face - (live)
6. (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 - (live)
7. Be Bop A Lula - (live)
8. Tulsa Time - (live)
Personnel: Steve Marriott (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards); Bob Tench (vocals, guitar); Jerry Shirley (drums).Liner Note Author: Dave Thompson .Recording information: Media Sound (05/17/1981); Reseda Country Club, Los Angeles, CA (05/17/1981); Soundworks Studio (05/17/1981); Villa Recorders, Modesto, CA (05/17/1981).Photographers: Bob Leafe; Chris Walter; Lisa Tanner; Bill Tracey.This two-for-one disc collects the pair of albums that Humble Pie recorded after frontman Steve Marriott and drummer Jerry Shirley resurrected the British group's name in 1980. By this time, of course, the ensemble's most famous alum, Peter Frampton, was long gone, and these outings--recorded with guitarist Bobby Tench and bassist Anthony "Sooty" Jones--stray from the band's original blues-rock template considerably, leaning towards a heavier sound that, at times, recalls AC/DC. ON TO VICTORY (1980) found a surprisingly large audience with its hard-rock edge, though that mood is tempered here by songs such as the reggae-like "Savin' It" and the funky "Over You." GO FOR THE THROAT (1981) begins with an amped-up, metallic take on Elvis Presley's "All Shook Up" and continues in the vein of the earlier album. Fans of Humble Pie's Frampton era will likely be perplexed by this release, but, for aficionados of early-'80s hard rock, these often-overlooked records may be a pleasant find.