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One of the undisputed best live releases of all time, Sam Cooke's 1963 "Live at the Harlem Square Club" was left unreleased by RCA Records for over 22 years... because it was too "loud, raw, artful and raucous".

Nuclear Pie '71 Tour Humble Pie Pullover Jacket 

SKU:APUHUMTOUR51
Price: 
$45.90
 
 
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Size Width Length
S 21" 28"
M 23" 29"
L 25" 30"
XL 27" 31"
2XL 29" 32"
3XL 31" 33"
Description
This is a Bluescentric Brand authentic Humble Pie Hooded Jacket, available in Small-3XL. Sizes run true. The material is quality Hanes 90% cotton / 10% poly high-density cotton jersey-lined pullover with dye-matched drawstring.

This is official Humble Pie merchandise -- every sale directly benefits the band. 

The design features a fun radioactive pie, and the words "Humble Pie Tour 1971".

1971 would be the last time Essex-based British invasion rockers Humble Pie would tour with their original lineup of Steve Marriott, Jerry Shirley, bassist Greg Ridley and Peter Frampton.

A&M had just released the widely popular "Humble Pie In Performance At The Fillmore", showcasing Pie's wild, high-energy live shows, and the crowds for the unnamed '71 tour were electric. 

Starting in London, Humble Pie quickly crossed the pond and ran a rollicking & debauched national tour from coast to American coast, ending just before Christmas at the famed venue The Warehouse in New Orleans. 

Frampton moved on to a successful solo career, replaced by Clem Clemson, and in his absence, the band would release their biggest hit album yet, 1972's SMOKIN', which peaked at #6 on the Billboard chart.