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  1. Comments: 9. Jordan from Brooklyn, Ny My favorite song by him is "Show Me The Way" from the album Frampton Comes Alive. It just makes me giddy and lightheaded. Probably the best love song ever!!! Katie from Melbourne, Australia I'm a Frampton fan, I find him a fantastic -but kinda underrated- musician, though he seemed very popular in the '70s. I love his stuff, even the songs that arn't.
  2. Frampton is the fourth studio album by English rock musician Peter Frampton, released in before he went on tour and recorded Frampton Comes Alive! The most popular songs from the album are "Show Me the Way" and "Baby, I Love Your Way" which became big hits when released as singles from Frampton Comes Alive!The album peaked at #32 on the Billboard
  3. Peter Frampton is the eleventh studio album by English singer-songwriter Peter Frampton. Released in , the album, along with three unreleased tracks from 's compilation album, Shine On - A Collection, were the artist's only studio releases of the s. The album also features one of the last recordings made by Peter's former bandmate Steve Marriott on "Out of the Blue". An expanded .
  4. Off The Hook CD Two - limited edition bonus disc Show Me The Way Baby I Love Your Way Lines On My Face Do You Feel Like We Do. Peter Frampton Bob Mayo Jamie Oldaker John Regan John Robinson Producer: Guitar, Vocals, Talkbox Keyboards, Guitar, Vocals Drums (Track 11) Bass, Vocals Drums Peter Frampton.
  5. Nearly 20 years after the original Frampton Comes Alive!-- and two years after Meat Loaf proved that explicit sequels to '70s blockbusters were commercially viable -- Peter Frampton released Frampton Comes Alive nenctizapssindoymetfalarerapheden.coinfo years is a long time, and the Frampton showcased on FCA II -- originally released as a track album in and expanded into a double-disc deluxe edition in (an.
  6. Oct 07,  · Much better than the self-titled Frampton album from (IMO) is his similarly self-titled album called "Peter Frampton" from Prior to that album I was already a fan (in the 70's) but he kind of lost me with I'm In You and its embarrassingly bad cover art and image makeover as some kind of cringeworthy pop star (instead of the excellent musician, guitarist, and singer-songwriter that.
  7. Frampton Comes Alive II, an Album by Peter Frampton. Released 10 October on El Dorado (catalog no. 8 2 8; CD). Genres: Rock. Featured peformers: Bob Mayo (keyboards, guitar, vocals), John Regan (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, vocals), John Robinson (drums), Peter Frampton (guitar, vocals, producer), Guy Charbonneau (recording engineer), Chris Lord-Alge .
  8. Off the Hook This song is by Peter Frampton and appears on the album Peter Frampton () and on the live album Frampton Comes Alive II ().
  9. Peter Frampton live at the Midnight Special, - fraudiay / Youtube Peter Frampton has that cunning charm for a rockstar from the sixties. Primarily known for his efficiency on the guitar, Frampton is one of the few artists who became successful in his juvenile years.

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