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Humble Pie - 1981-03-05

Artist  : Humble Pie
Date    : 1981-03-05
Venue   : New York, U.S.A
Lineage : AUD
Quality : VG+
Setlist  :

1. I Don't Need No Doctor
2. Infatuation
3. All Shook Up
4. Drum solo>
5. 30 Days In The Hole/ You Don't Know Like I Know/
     I Walk On Gilded Splinters medley (Part One)(Tape flip)
6. 30 Days In The Hole medley (Part Two)
7. Fool For A Pretty Face
8. Audience
9. Route 66/ Little Queenie/ Tulsa Time/ Be Bop A Lula medley


再結成Pieの全貌をつかむことができる最初の音源となります。

軽くドラムが鳴らされたあと、いきなり"I Don't Need No Doctor"が始まります。観客も大声援を送っています。途中、観客だけでサビを歌う箇所があるのですが、声が大きい!再結成Pieはアルバムチャート的には失敗したとみなされていますが、コンサートでは成功をしたのでは無いのでしょうか。

そして再結成Pieの新曲"Infatuation"。かなりの良曲だと思います。ファンキーさはあまりないですが、ハードなPieの魅力がたっぷりと詰まっています。続いて同じようなタイプなアレンジの"All Shook Up"。Steveのボーカルがひしゃげているので、なんとなくJeff Beck Groupのカバーを思い出します。そんなところが再結成Pieの限界だったのか、と感じるところでもあります。

Jerryのドラムソロに続いて、"30 Days In The Hole"ですが、やはりファンキーさがかなり薄まっています。私は全然知らなかったのですが、Bobby Tenchのギターのウマサには驚きました。Daveの代わりを見事に務めています。アドリブボーカルのところでは"snow cocain"と歌っている気がします…。そんな言葉で煽ったのちに、ギターソロ。そしてボーカル、ギターとの掛け合い、観客との掛け合いが始まります。これは盛り上がらないわけがありません。曲はいつの間にか"I Walk On Gilded Splinters"へ。あっと言う間に終わってしまい、Steveのスキャットが始まります、その歌メロに沿ってベース、ボーカルが重なり合い、"30 Days In The Hole"に戻ろうか!というところではでカットがあります。その後、"30 Days In The Holle"が盛り上がったところで終了してしまいます。これは残念でした。

再結成Pieの1作目、"On to Victory"のオープニングナンバーの"Fool For A Pretty Face"となります。ここでは3人のボーカルを楽しむことができます。なんだかんだ言ってSteveはバンドが好きなんだと思います。

アンコールを求める拍手に一部カットがあります。。

軽くギターがつま弾かれ、ロックンロールメドレーへ。登場は1981年。
このような選曲はファンから望まれたのでしょうか。ライブをメインとした活動であれば良かったのかもしれませんが、現在と違い、アルバムを売る為のライブ活動だったと思います。そう考えると、優秀なマネージャーの不在が再結成Pieの大きな失敗な気がします。

音源はライブほぼ全体を捉えています。音もモノラルですがオーディエンス録音に聞き慣れた人であれば、楽しめるくらいには高音質です。ただこのツアーはSBD音源がありますので、まずはそちらをオススメいたします。

----- Latest Information ----


Humble Pie .... March 5, 1981 (10:35 PM)
Painter's Mill Star Theatre, Owings Mills, Maryland, USA


Steve Marriott - lead vocals & guitar
Jerry Shirley - drums
Bobby Tench - guitar & vocals
Anthony "Sooty" Jones - bass & vocals


Taper: bpthree
Taping Gear: Sony TC-1100T with Sony ECM-16 condenser microphone
Lineage: Maxell UD master cassette> Teac A-550RX cassette playback> TASCAM CDRW-700> Trade CD-R> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: vg/vg+
Length: 69:14 minutes
Artwork: none.
Samples: none.


Set List:

1.  I Don't Need No Doctor
2.  Infatuation
3.  All Shook Up
4.  Drum solo>
5.  30 Days In The Hole/ You Don't Know Like I Know/
     I Walk On Gilded Splinters medley (Part One)(Tape flip)
6.  30 Days In The Hole medley (Part Two)
7.  Fool For A Pretty Face
8.  Audience
9.  Route 66/ Little Queenie/ Tulsa Time/ Be Bop A Lula medley


Taper's Comments:

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broadcasts than what's been posted here before, please share them. If you
know anybody who has shows that fit this category that aren't on DIME, please
dub off their stuff and share it. I'm trying to write a book on SPIRIT and need
all the information I can get. I have a database of over 1500 gigs 1967-1996, and
want to find as much information as I can to add to it. If you have any memories
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bands, etc.), I'd love to know that as well. Please leave that in the comments
section or PM me. Thank you!

2 - Show description & comments follow:


"Painter's Mill Star Theatre" was in the Baltimore suburbs. It was one of those theatre in
the round joints, that had a rotating stage in the middle, although it never rotated for any
of the shows I saw there. Being stationary likely made 20% - 25% of the seats unusable,
as they would have been behind the stage, and the view obstructed. It had previously
been known as "Painter's Mill Music Fair". I guess it held maybe a couple thousand folks.
It burned to the ground years later. It was rumored that it had been torched for the
insurance.

Sadly, this was the only time I ever got to see the great Steve Marriott. The weather was
horrible, and it was practically a blizzard. The place only had hundreds, when it could have
fit a lot more. I'm sure a lot of folks who had tickets just didn't come because of the
weather. This was the Mk. 3 version of the band, working off the success of "Fool For A
Pretty Face", the last Humble Pie hit, at least here in the States. As in a lot of the
"Painter's Mill" shows, the vocal mix could have been higher, but it's not horrible here. The
Baltimore News-American newspaper reviewed the show as "Humble Pie Serves Some
Glorious Noise", and that about summed it up! Steve made lots of drug and booze
related comments, and even hit up a hash pipe on stage before the encore. Too
bad he didn't learn not to smoke in bed, as we'd still have this great vocalist with us
today. Enjoy!

bpthree

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