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Stone Cold Fever - Humble Pie - The Best (Cassette)

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  1. JoJom
    Humble Pie. Humble Pie was a rock band from England, finding success both in the UK and the US. They are remembered for songs such as "Black Coffee" "30 Days in the Hole", "I Don't Need No Doctor", and "Natural Born Bugie".
  2. Makazahn
    17 rows · Humble Pie: The Best ‎ (Cass, Comp, Cle) A&M Records, A&M Records: CS, /5(69).
  3. JoJoshicage
    Performance: Rockin' the Fillmore, an Album by Humble Pie. Released in November on A&M (catalog no. SP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock, Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Steve Marriott (guitar, vocals, keyboards, harmonica), Peter Frampton (guitar, vocals), Greg Ridley (bass, vocals), Jerry Shirley (drums), Eddie Kramer (engineer), Dave Palmer (assistant engineer), Humble Pie (producer).Missing: Stone Cold Fever.
  4. Tautilar
    Humble Pie specialized in metallic boogie (read: Foghat and Thin Lizzy) as typified by the lengthy live version of "I Don't Need No Doctor" that closes the album. Other decent cuts include the single "30 Days in the Hole," the title track, "Stone Cold Fever" and "Shine On."/5(6).
  5. Akinorisar
    2. Stone Cold Fever () “Stone Cold Fever” was included from the album “Rock On.” The track reached the th place on the Billboard A masterpiece of a great British band in their latest work with the original lineup, part of Peter Frampton. A must for lovers of .
  6. Targ
    rows · Watch the video for Stone Cold Fever from Humble Pie's Rock On for free, and see the .
  7. Kazikree
    One of the songs that sort of defines Humble Pie's appeal and fuses their influences together, "Stone Cold Fever" is one of the finer tracks on the Shine On album. Led by one of Peter Frampton's most powerful, descending electric guitar riffs (doubled by bassist Greg Ridley) and some amazing funk drumming by Jerry Shirley, the song has all the.
  8. Mezile
    Humble Pie - Stone Cold Fever - from the album, Rock On () This has two guitars (Marriott and Frampton). Most of the way they play the same thing together, or variations. This is how you can play it with one guitar and I've tried to include all the fills. I may work out the solo later.

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