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    Posted 1 year ago

    Brunswick
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    Yesterday morning, Frampton sent out a message that he has a rare form of degenerative muscle disease and is going to embark on a farewell tour soon beginning here in the states starting with the state of Michigan. He is going to show us the way one more time....
    This is his fourth self titled studio LP.
    Released in 1975, it contains the airplay dittys 'Show Me The Way' and 'Baby I Love Your Way'.
    The album was recorded in a castle in the U.K., Pic #2.
    While on tour for this disc, Peter did alot of 'Live' recording for his acclaimed follow up, 'Frampton Comes Alive'.
    Frampton was born in 1950 in Bromley, Kent, U.K., he began in 1966 as a studio musician and soon had stints with the groups Humble Pie and The Herd.
    He went solo in 1972 releasing the Album. 'Wind Of Change'.
    In 1978, not long after the release of his fifth studio LP 'I'm In You', he was casted in the remake of the Beatles 'Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band' a Robert Stigwood production and during all of this he was involved in a serious motorcycle accident.
    Peter worked for many, including being a member of Ringo Starrs' All-Star Band.
    My actual favorite work by him is his disc 'Fingertips', a all instrumental LP.
    Good luck Frampton...We Feel Like You Do!!

    Thank You,
    Thomas.

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    1. MyCountry MyCountry, 1 year ago
      Saw him live in SD outside night show..great show...
    2. lugnuts, 1 year ago
      I always thought he was a one hit wonder. Amazing.
    3. Newfld Newfld, 1 year ago
      Great singer, lots of energy back then, really sorry about his health issues - thanks for this info T
    4. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Lugnuts, Hello..Back in the late 60s, when guitarist Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones passed away in his swimming pool, Frampton was considered a replacement..The job fell to Ron Wood who was the guitarist for Rod Stewart/Faces...Ron leaving the Faces abruptly caused a sore spot with Mr. Stewart for awhile. So no..Frampton was no one hit wonder...He actually is a genius guitarist....Thank You here..It has been a pleasure!!,
      Broochman, Hello! Thank you My Friend! Been enjoying your items!!

      Thomas.
    5. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 1 year ago
      Loved his live also, I don't have this one however. I have the one with the colour cover.
    6. jscott0363 jscott0363, 1 year ago
      I'm a big Frampton fan. I've owned Frampton Comes Alive on everything from 8-track, cassette, LP and CD.
    7. iggy iggy, 1 year ago
      Seen him a few times and hope to see him this last time here in Michigan!
    8. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      MyCountry, PhilDMorris, Vetraio, Officialfuel, Fortapache, Sean, Jscott, BB2, Justanovice, Jenni, Mani, Toyrebel And Aura, Thanks one and all here much for the Love and the comments!! Allways!!

      Thomas.
    9. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Iggy, Hello! You were the first I thought of my friend! Go rock out with him one more time!!!

      Thomas.
    10. iggy iggy, 1 year ago
      Hey Thomas! Yes July 25 at 'Pine Knob' with Jason Bonham's 'Led Zeppelin experience'
    11. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Iggy, Dude! It will be a Hell of a show!!!
      Check out the graphics on Framptons' web site when you get a chance??

      Thomas.
    12. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Officialfuel, Allways glad and appreciate when you come by! Thanks for your love for Frampton!!

      Thomas.
    13. rniederman rniederman, 1 year ago
      Loved Frampton with Humble Pie.
    14. Brunswick Brunswick, 4 months ago
      Rich, Thank You My Friend!!

      Thomas.
    15. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 month ago
      HAPPY 70TH. BIRTHDAY PETER FRAMPTON!!

      THOMAS.
    16. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 month ago
      I have always loved Frampton. Frampton Comes Alive must be in everyones musical library! He swung by my small town last Fall. I should of bought tickets. :(
      We have an open air venue, Vino Robles, where you can sit on the lawn, drink wine and enjoy!
      Just saw Ringo last August, sooo much fun. The 78 year old icon was doing jumping jacks on stage! Going to see The Beach Boys, ( yes, they are still playing) in July..praying it isn’t cancelled!!
    17. EJW-54 EJW-54, 1 month ago
      I have always admired his talent! Amazing guitarist, voice and song writer . Takes me back.. it's 1976, 12am, I'm sitting in my 68 Camaro in my driveway listening to "Frampton comes alive"

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