11 Songs, 47 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
44 Ratings
44 Ratings

Excellent acoustic versions of the hits!


Have heard the new "do you feel like I do" and it is awesome. Nice fresh take on a classic. Can't wait for the entire album. Also can't wait to see you in Folsom in March!

......excellent guitarist !!!🎸


I can't wait to get my hands on this album based on the songs I've heard so far! These songs were made for this type of presentation, even though some were all out rockers! I've seen Peter many times! I can remember Humble Pie, then when he went solo, especially when Frampton Comes Alive came out! I remember seeing that show at Cobo Hall with my girlfriend Loretta 💞(Lala)😊, and a few times after that, and they were all great! Still have the picture of Peter signing autographs at the Harmony House in my school yearbook from 1976! What a blast! Thanks Peter for this album, can't wait for the tour here in Detroit! Hurry back soon!! Cheers, and take care!!!, much peace and love!, and yes, I still feel like you do!😊🎉🎊🌅

Classics an accurate title


Whether Acoustic or Electric his music is exceptional. Peter Frampton is a brilliant musician and these songs are solid anyway they are played. Why isn't he in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

About Peter Frampton

Though forever enshrined as the fair-haired boy of 1976’s Frampton Comes Alive!, English singer/guitarist Peter Frampton (born in Kent in 1950) had, by that point, already spent a decade putting in work. He started as a member of psychedelic journeymen The Herd at age 16, joined blues-rockers Humble Pie by 18, and played on sessions with the likes of George Harrison and Harry Nilsson. So maybe it shouldn't surprise anyone that Frampton Comes Alive! was the biggest-selling album ever at that time: Anchored by “Show Me the Way,” “Baby, I Love Your Way,” and “Do You Feel Like We Do” (featuring his memorable talk-box guitar solo), it's at once virtuosic and casual, exploratory and lived-in—a perfect synthesis of rock, pop, and technological innovation that also anthologizes his best songs. After a series of lulls during the late '70s, Frampton reinvigorated his career, playing alongside his childhood friend David Bowie on his 1987 album, Never Let Me Down, and its corresponding Glass Spider Tour. With a great sense of humor and perspective on his legacy—he quipped to CBS in 2012, “You know you’re on the radio too much when even you change the channel”—Frampton went on to play himself on The Simpsons and The Family Guy while continuing to bring his electrifying energy to the stage, touring in 2018 with fellow ’70s rock powerhouse Steve Miller.

Beckenham, England
April 22, 1950




Listeners Also Bought