Recorded live at the Academy of music, New York, december 3, 1971 Official bootleg.
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Rock On is the fourth album by the English rock group Humble Pie, released in 1971. It reached on the Billboard 200. It is the last Humble Pie studio album to feature guitarist/vocalist Peter Frampton, who embarked on a successful solo career. Rock On saw Humble Pie establishing the heavy blues/rock sound they became famous for, led in no small part by their new manager, Dee Anthony, after the collapse of Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records
Live in New York 1971 is an audience-recorded gig at the Academy of Music in New York. While the sound quality isn't great, it does feature the initial appearance of guitarist Clem Clempson, who took over after Peter Frampton left the band. This is typical Humble Pie boogie rock of the period, with decent performances of "C'mon Everybody," "Four Day Creep," and "I Don't Need No Doctor. The only dud is the 18-minute cover of the Muddy Waters classic "Rollin' Stone," which gets tedious a lot sooner than.
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Also in 1971 Humble Pie released their most successful record to date Rock On as well as a live album recorded at the Fillmore East in New York entitled Performance Rockin' the Fillmore. The live album reached No. 21 on the US Billboard 200 and was certified gold by the RIAA. I Don't Need No Doctor" was a FM radio hit in the US peaking at No. 73 on the Billboard Hot 100, propelling the album up the charts. But Frampton left the band by the time the album was released and went on to enjoy success as a solo artist. They recorded Humble Pie's thirteenth studio album, Back on Track (2002), which comprised new songs and was released by Sanctuary Records. Keyboard players Zoot Money and Victor Martin were brought in for recording sessions. A brief tour of UK and Germany with Company of Snakes followed with new keyboardist Dean Rees.
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