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Humble Pie

Humble Pie

Humble Pie - I'm Ready - (Performance: Rocking the Fillmore ,November, 1971)

Humble Pie - I'm Ready - Performance: Rocking the Fillmore (November 1971) Steve Marriott : guitar, vocals, keyboards, harmonica Peter Frampton : guitar, vocals Greg Ridley : bass, vocals Jerry Shirley : drums I have an axe and pistol, my graveyard train Shoot tombstone bullets wearing balls and chain I'm drinking TNT, smoking dynamite I hope some screwball start a fight 'Cause I'm ready, yeah, ready as anybody can me Hey babe, listen I'm ready for you, I hope you're ready for me Oh, you pretty little chicks with your curly hair I know you ain't foolin' you think that I ain't, I ain't nowhere So stop what you're doing and come down here I'll prove to you mama, that I ain't no square I'm ready, ready as anybody can me Yeah I'm ready for you, I hope you're ready, ready for me Come on, take it I been drinking gin like never before Feeling good, I want you to know One more drink, I wish you would Take a whole lot of loving to make me feel good I'm ready, ready, yeah, ready as anybody can me Yeah, I'm ready for you, I hope you're ready for me I said, I'm ready for you, but I hope you're ready for me Oh yeah, yeah Oh yeah, yeah

Videos

Humble Pie - Rolling Stone - (Live 1971)

Humble Pie - I Don't Need No Doctor - 1971

A amazing Funk Show in 1971.

Humble Pie - Bang!

Rare 1970 film of the Humble Pie.

Humble Pie - Natural born boogie 1969

Humble Pie - Natural born boogie 1969 There she is again Steppin' out of her limousine Looking like the cover of a twenty-dollar magazine She's got it made a...

- Humble Pie - Honky Tonk Women - 1972 -

Humble Pie Black Coffee

Humble Pie sings Black Coffee.

Peter Frampton - Was it difficult to leave Humble Pie?

Humble Pie - I Walk on Gilded Splinters _ Live 1969

Humble Pie - I Walk on Gilded Splinters Bilzen Festival Belgium August 29th 1969 _ Steve Marriott, Peter Frampton, Greg Ridley, Jerry Shirley _.

Humble Pie The sad bag of Shaky Jake 1970 at Beat Club

It's hard to recognize P.Frampton...too young.