Classic Rock Icons Humble Pie's Long Lost Vintage Album Joint Effort Finally Sees The Light Of Day!
Los Angeles, CA - In 1974, one of the biggest and best blues-rock bands of all-time, the great Humble Pie, began recording an album at their own home-built studio called Clear Sounds.
The result was a raw and fiery collection of originals and covers that was promptly and unceremoniously shelved by the band’s label, never to see the light of day…that is, until now!
Joint Effort, a title given to the project early on that reflected the collaboration between Humble Pie founders Steve Marriott and Greg Ridley, is a reunion album of sorts in that Marriott had recently walked out of the group.
But a near miss at taking Mick Taylor’s spot in The Rolling Stones plus renewed interest in the band Stateside coaxed Marriott back into the Pie alongside guitarist Dave Clempson and drummer Jerry Shirley.
With never before heard original compositions plus blazing covers of James Brown (“Think”), The Beatles (“Rain”) and soul icon Betty Wright (“Let Me Be Your Lovemaker”), Joint Effort is a must own for any self-respecting Humble Pie fan.
The album comes packaged with full liner notes and rare photos on both CD as well as vinyl in your choice of purple or white! Available everywhere February 8.
2. This Ol' World
3. Midnight Of My Life
4. Let Me Be Your Lovemaker
6. Snakes & Ladders
7. Good Thing
8. A Minute Of Your Time
10. Think 2
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