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Road Runner - Humble Pie - Smokin (Cassette, Album)

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  1. (I’m a) Road Runner Lyrics: I'm a road-runner baby, can't stay in one place too long / Tell ya I'm a road-runner baby, got to keep on movin' on / And I'm gonna live like I love / 'Cause I love.
  2. May 07,  · Road Runner (Live) Artist Humble Pie; Album FM Broadcast: Humble Pie Live; Licensed to YouTube by SME, The Orchard Music (on behalf of Global Song Records); EMI Music Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, CMRRA, and 2 Music Rights Societies.
  3. Jun 28,  · Smokin’ is the fifth studio album by the English group Humble Pie, released in The album was first following the departure of guitarist Peter Frampton, which placed singer and co-founder Steve Marriott as the band’s de facto leader.
  4. After a couple of years of relentless touring, Humble Pie capitalized on their loyal U.S. following to capture the market with this, their fifth studio album.8/
  5. Smokin' This song is by Humble Pie and appears on the album Eat It (). I'm a road-runner baby, can't stay in one place too long Tell ya I'm a road-runner baby, got to keep on movin' on.
  6. 's Performance and 's Smokin' bookended Humble Pie's best album, Performance - Rockin' the Fillmore, and are as consistent as Humble Pie ever got on its studio albums. The latter has "30 Days in the Hole." * * * - Gary Graff, Musichound Rock: The Essential Album Guide, Buying Options.
  7. Road Runner: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review. Humble Pie have persevered. Their first record company (Immediate) went out of business, vile-tempered record reviewers slandered their early albums from here to Zanzibar, and their early tours were total duds. Smokin' is (save for the live album) their.
  8. All four members brought their "A" game to the studio to record this essential rock album. Both Rock On and Smokin' are testaments to the greatness of the individual members of Humble Pie as well as the band itself. Smokin' takes off where the previous album ended and continues to blast its listeners with straight-ahead rock and roll/5().
  9. Preview Editors’ Notes By Smokin’, Humble Pie no longer had Peter Frampton but still sounded much like a band conquering Middle America. This is their fifth and (arguably) last great album, and it brings to the front bandleader Steve Marriott’s penchant for dirty R&B .

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